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PeopleSoft Self-Service Registration

If you need assistance with registration, please contact the Office of the Registrar at
(914) 633-2497 or email

  • Accessing PeopleSoft

    PeopleSoft is accessible via the MyIona Single Sign-On System (SSO). To access PeopleSoft:
    1. Open your web browser. 
    2. From the Iona College homepage, go to Quick Links and select Online Services. You will see the MyIona SSO login page.
    3. Enter your computer ID and computer password and click on the 'Sign in' button. You will now see the MyIona SSO Landing Page.
    4. Click on the PeopleSoft icon to access the application. No need to log in again.
    Please log out of the SSO system from the drop-down menu located at the top right of the page.

    Forgotten Password Help

    You can manage your computer password through the Password Station system. As long as you have set up your "forgotten password help" questions, you can change your password by clicking on the Forgot Your Password link on the Single Sign On System login page.

    *If you have not set up your help questions for Password Station, contact the Help Desk to reset your password (914) 633-2635.
  • View Your Enrollment Appointment

    The enrollment appointment is the earliest date and time that you can register.

    View Your Enrollment Appointment - Download video transcript here.

    Click on each of the following steps:
    1. Self Service
    2. Student Center
    3. Enrollment Dates
    4. Details
    5. Select the term for which you would like to register and click the 'CHANGE' button in order to view your enrollment appointment start/end dates and times.
  • Check for Holds

    Check for Holds - Download video transcript here.

    Holds are placed on student records to indicate a specific action that needs to be taken (e.g. submit a health form, meet with an advisor, pay an outstanding balance, etc.) prior to registration. Click on each of the following steps:
    1. Self Service
    2. Student Center
    3. Holds
    4. Details
    If you have a Hold on your account, click on the Hold Item. Your Holds detail will let you know why you have a hold and provide information about who to contact and what you need to do to remove it. Once it is removed, you will be eligible to enroll if you have an enrollment appointment.
  • Learning Community Courses (Undergraduates)

    Learning Community Courses - Download video transcript here.

    As part of the college core, all incoming degree-seeking students are required to take COL 150-Columba Cornerstone, which is linked with another class. Please be sure to register for both classes or your registration will not go through. The linked classes are designated and identified by section, i.e. F1, F2 and so on.
  • Registration (referred to as “Enrollment”)

    Click “Enrollment” in your PeopleSoft Self-Service account. You will see the navigation tabs
    Below. Use these tabs to navigate to various Self-Service processes.
    PeopleSoft enrollment navigation tabs screenshot

    To add, drop, swap, or view your schedule of classes, use the menu item 'Enroll'.
    Click on the following steps:

    1. Self Service
    2. Student Center
    3. Enroll

    To Add Classes

    Registration (referred to as 'Enrollment')  - Download video transcript here.
    1. Select the term Fall 2017 and then click the 'CONTINUE' button.
      Select the term Fall 2017 and then click the continue button
    2. Click the 'search' button to search for available classes.  Search only by Class Search, not my requirements.  Enter the Course Subject and Number, and the Course Career if necessary. Then click 'search':
      Click the search button.
      Click the search button.
    3. Click on class section link to view the details of the course.  This is where you will be able to view the corresponding class for learning communities.
      Select the class section link you would like to view from the search results.
    4. The course information screen will indicate the learning community course that you must register for with the Columba Cornerstone (COL 150) as well as other important course information.  Click 'VIEW SEARCH RESULTS'.
      Learning community information is in the Enrollment Information section of the course details page. Select View Search Results
    5. Review the days and times for each class section.  Then click 'select' to choose your desired section.
      Click the select button for the section you wish to choose.
    6. Review the class information and click 'NEXT'.
      Learning community information is available in the Enrollment Information section of the page. Click next when done reviewing the information.
    7. The class is now in the shopping cart.
      Click 'search' to add additional classes to the shopping cart. 
      Repeat steps 2-8 for each class you wish to enroll in. 
      Once the classes you wish to register for are in the shopping cart, click 'PROCEED TO STEP 2 OF 3'.
      Use the search button to add additional courses. When ready click proceed to step 2 of 3.
    8. Confirm that these are your requested classes and click 'Finish Enrolling'.
      Click the Finish Enrolling button.
    9. Review the contact information page to ensure that your contact information is correct and click 'Contact Information is Correct'.
      Click contact information is correct once you have reviewed it.
    10. Read and accept the terms:

      I understand that when I register for any class or any service from Iona College, I accept full responsibility to pay all tuition, fees and other associated costs assessed as a result of my registration and/or receipt of services. I promise to pay Iona College the sum of the amounts incurred by my student account, including but not limited to tuition, room and board, student fees, bookstore charges, and parking fees and fines.

      I further understand and agree that my registration and acceptance of these terms constitutes a promissory note agreement, a financial obligation in the form of an educational loan as defined by the U.S. Bankruptcy Code at 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(8), in which Iona College is providing me educational services, deferring some or all of my payment obligation for those services, and I promise to pay for all assessed tuition, fees and other associated costs by the published or assigned due date.

      I understand and agree that if I drop or withdraw from some or all of the classes for which I register, I will be responsible for paying all or a portion of tuition and fees in accordance with the published tuition refund schedule which can be accessed here:  When dropping classes, I acknowledge that my change in this term’s credit load may affect my enrollment status and eligibility for financial aid awards, loans, and other aid.  I will consult with Student Financial Services and/or other lenders to determine the impact.

      A non-refundable monthly late fee of $105 will be assessed for any past due balance.
      Payment for all summer and winter intersession classes is due at the time of registration and in any event no later than the day web registration closes.
      E-bills are issued monthly, and students are responsible for monitoring their student account and making payments for charges incurred that are due, but not yet billed.

      Collection Agency Fees:  I understand and accept that if I fail to pay my student account bill or any monies due Iona College by the scheduled due date, and fail to make acceptable payment arrangements to bring my account current, Iona College may refer my delinquent account to a collection agency. I further understand that by law, Iona College must disclose that I am responsible for paying the collection agency fee which may be based on a maximum of 33 percent of my delinquent account, together with all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, necessary for the collection of my delinquent account. Finally, I understand that my delinquent account may be reported to one or more of the national credit bureaus.

    11. Review the results screen to confirm that your classes were successfully added:
      Review the results page.
  • Error messages you may receive

    Enrollment hold

    You have a hold on your account. You can view your hold by logging in to PeopleSoft then click on the following steps:
    1. Self Service
    2. Student Center
    3. Holds
    4. Details

    Requisites not met

    You have not completed the required pre-requisite course(s).
    Error message reads: Unable to add this class - requisites have not been met.

    Attempting to register for upper level courses

    You are attempting to register for a class that is reserved for sophomores, juniors and seniors. Please choose another section of the course.
    Error message reads: You are unable to enroll in this class at this time. Available seats are reserved and you do not meet the reserve capacity requirements.

    Time scheduling conflict

    You are attempting to schedule more than one course at the same time.
    Error message reads: You cannot add this class due to a time conflict with class. Select another class.

    Learning Community Errors

    If you attempt to register for one course in the learning community and not the other, the registration will error. You have to register BOTH Learning Community classes at the same time.
    Error message reads: Unable to add this class - requisites have not been met.
    PeopleSoft will also prompt you if the learning community courses you are attempting to register for are not linked.
    Error message reads: Unable to add this class - requisites have not been met. Learning Community 1: Must enroll in COL 150 F1 and BIO 101 F1 to successfully enroll.
  • Drop Classes

    Drop Classes - Download video transcript here.

    You may wish to drop classes from your schedule to make room for new selections. Click on the Drop tab at the top of the page.
    1. Select the class(es) you want to drop and then click 'DROP SELECTED CLASSES'.
    2. Confirm your selection and then click 'FINISH DROPPING'.
    3. Review the results page to verify your classes were dropped successfully.
    Important Note: Undergraduate degree-seeking students may drop courses from their registration but cannot remove the last remaining course (a course with minimum of 3.0 credits). If you chose to completely drop your schedule, new students must contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
  • Swap Classes

    Swap Classes - Download video transcript here.

    The Swap feature allows you to replace one course already on your schedule with another without having to drop the first one. This is especially helpful when you only have one course on your registration that you want to replace. Click on the 'Swap' tab at the top of the page:
    1. Select the class you want to swap from your schedule and search for the replacement class.
    2. Confirm your selection and then click 'FINISH SWAPPING'.
    3. Review the results page to verify your classes were swapped successfully.
    Caution: The Swap function cannot be used to replace a 2-course COL 150 learning community already on your schedule with a new one. This is because the Swap function can only process one course swap request at a time – and learning community pairs must be registered together from your shopping cart. Please Drop your existing 2-course learning community first and then register for a new 2-course pair.
  • View & Print Class Schedule

    View & Print Class Schedule - Download video transcript here.

    To view your class schedule do the following:

    • Log into PeopleSoft.
    • Choose 'Self Service' from the PeopleSoft main screen.
    • Choose 'Student Center'.
    • Under Academics use the drop down menu to select Class Schedule.
    • Select the double arrow button to the right of the drop down menu.
    • If you were registered for a prior term, choose the appropriate term and click on Continue.

    To print your class schedule, follow the steps above and then:

    • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Printer Friendly Page.
    • Print. (Holding the ctrl/cmd + p keys will open your browsers print dialog.)
    Note: Each browser handles printing differently. If you are running into difficulty printing your class schedule, it is recommended to try the above process in a different browser.

    If you need assistance with enrollment, contact the Registrar’s Office (914) 633-2497 or email