Registering for Classes - Incoming Summer/Fall 2017 Students

Prior to registering for classes, you first need to complete placement exams in English composition and/or math. Refer to your Admissions Certificate, which indicates if either of these exams have been waived, or click on the links below for more information.

Following completion of the exams, your next step will be one of the following:
1) First-time college students and transfer students with LESS than 18 credit hours will register for classes at New Student Orientation. Orientation is a full-day program and reservations are required (no walk-ins allowed).

2) Transfer students with 18 credit hours or more and students age 21 or older will meet with an academic advisor to register for classes and then attend a half-day Transfer Student Orientation. Advising and registration are not part of the Transfer Student Orientation. Refer to the information below to set up an appointment with an advisor prior to attending Transfer Student Orientation.

Academic Advising Contact Information (for students with 18 or more credit hours):

Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics
(574) 520-4450
Accounting, Advertising, Banking, Economics, Finance, General Business, Human Resource Management, Health Care Management, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Undecided Business.

Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences
(574) 520-4571
Clinical Laboratory Science, Dental Hygiene, Health Promotion, Medical Imaging, Nursing, Radiography, Sport and Exercise Science.

Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts   
(574) 520-4134
Art Education, Communication Studies, Fine Arts, Music, Music Education, New Media, Theatre and Dance.

School of Education   
(574) 520-4845
Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education.

School of Social Work   
(574) 520-4880
Social Work.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
(574) 520-4537
Biologicial Sciences
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Exploratory (Undecided)
Mathematical Sciences
Political Science
Pre-Dentistry (for Dental Hygiene, see Dwyer College of Health Sciences)
Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Women's and Gender Studies
World Language Studies