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Enrolling for Courses

As an incoming student you can create your first-semester schedule of classes as soon as you have deposited and set up your online access!

You will self-enroll through our enrollment management system, PeopleSoft, and work with the advisers of the Center for Advising and Academic Services if any questions arise or assistance is needed.

You must have your schedule in place before your scheduled June Orientation program.

So, let's get started on building your schedule!

Creating Your First Class Schedule

You are going to select up to five courses total, though you can select as few as four, for 13 to 18 credits. Students in the Sciences, Math or Computer Science may enroll in up to 18 credits with permission from the Advising Center.

  • Course 1: COL 150 (Freshman Cornerstone)
  • Course 2: Paired subject for COL 150
  • Course 3, 4 & 5: Choice of courses from the General Core, related to a planned major

The first two courses you choose must be a COL 150 course (freshman cornerstone) and its paired subject. Choose the pair where course #2 works best for your schedule or major. These two courses must be in your official schedule, before selecting your remaining courses.

When selecting your COL 150 pair, you must pick the course paired with the same section number. Below, all of the pairs have been matched already and are listed together. When you are registering be sure to make sure the section numbers match up.

Example: If you are registering for 1. BIO 101, General Biology, section F10, you must also register for 2. COL 150, section F10 HY.

Choose one COL 150 Course Pair from the list below:

COL 150 Course Pairings
Course and COL 150 Pair Section Days Hours
1. BIO 101 - General Biology I (prerequisite assessment applies)
2. COL 150
F10
F10 HY
T/Th/F
M/W
11 - 11:52 AM
11 AM - 12:18 PM
1. BUS 100 - Introduction to Business
2. COL 150
F1
F1 HY
T/Th
M/W
2 - 3:18 PM
8 - 9:18 AM
1. BUS 100
2. COL 150
F2
F2 HY
M/W
M/W
2 - 3:18 PM
8 - 9:18 AM
1. BUS 100
2. COL 150
F4
F4 HY
M/W
M/W
3:30 - 4:48 PM
9:30 - 10:48 AM
1. BUS 100
2. COL 150
F20
F20 HY
T/Th
T/TH
3:30 - 4:48 PM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. BUS 100
2. COL 150
F30
F30 HY
T/Th/F
T/TH/F
9 - 9:52 AM
1 - 1:52 PM
1. CHM 109 - General Chemistry I (prerequisite assessment applies)
2. COL 150
F9
F9 HY
T/Th/F
M/W
11 - 11:52 AM
11 AM - 12:18 PM
1. CS 140 -Computers, Tech, & Society
2. COL 150
F16
F16 HY
T/Th
M/W
2 - 3:18 PM
3:30 - 4:48 PM
1. CS 140
2. COL 150
F18
F18 HY
M/W
T/TH
9:30 - 10:48 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. CS 142 - Website Design
2. COL 150
F24
F24 HY
M/W
T/TH
11 AM - 12:18 AM
5 - 6:18 PM
1. CRJ 205 - Intro. to Criminal Justice
2. COL 150
F28
F28 HY
T/Th/F
T/TH/F
9 - 9:52 AM
11 - 11:52 AM
1. ECO 202 - Macroeconomic Analysis
2. COL 150
F11
F11 HY
M/W
M/W
9:30 - 10:48 AM
11 AM - 12:18 PM
1. ENG 212 - Self and Society
2. COL 150
F13
F13 HY
M/W
M/W
11AM - 12:18 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. ENG 212
2. COL 150
F17
F17 HY
M/W
T/TH
9:30 - 10:48 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. ENG 214 - New Worlds
2. COL 150
F26
F26 HY
T/TH/F
T/TH/F
11 - 11:52 AM
10 - 10:52 AM
1. ENT 200 - Intro. to Entrepreneurship
2. COL 150
F27
F27 HY
M/W
T/TH/F
9:30 - 10:48 AM
10 - 10:52 AM
1. ENT 200
2. COL 150
F5
F5 HY
M/W
M/W
2 - 3:18 PM
9:30AM - 10:48 AM
1. ENT 200
2. COL 150
F3
F3 HY
T/Th
M/W
2 - 3:18 PM
9:30 - 10:48 AM
1. FPA 205 - Theatre Foundations
2. COL 150
F21
F21 HY
M/W
T/TH
9:30 - 10:48 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. FPA 220 - Dance Appreciation
2. COL 150
F6
F6 HY
M/W
M/W
11AM - 12:18 AM
9:30 - 10:48 AM
1. MTH 125 - Demystifying Numbers
2. COL 150
F29
F29 HY
T/Th
T/TH/F
2 - 3:18 PM
1 - 1:52 PM
1. PHL 210 - Moral Philosophy
2. COL 150
F8
F8 HY
T/Th/F
M/W
1 - 1:52 PM
11 AM - 12:18 PM
1. PHL 215 - Matters of Life and Death
2. COL 150
F19
F19 HY
M/W
T/TH
11AM - 12:18 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. PHL 216 - Freedom and Morality
2. COL 150
F31
F31 HY
M/W
T/TH/F
9:30 - 10:48 AM
1 - 1:52 PM
1. PSY 201 - Psychology I
2. COL 150
F7
F7 HY
M/W
M/W
2 - 3:18 PM
11 AM - 12:18 PM
1. RST 215 - Islam: History/Belief/Practice
2. COL 150
F15
F15 HY
M/W
M/W
11AM - 12:18 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. SOC 101 - Intro. to Sociology
2. COL 150
F12
F12 HY
M/W
M/W
11 AM - 12:18 AM
2 - 3:18 PM
1. SOC 101
2. COL 150
F22
F22 HY
M/W
T/TH
9:30 - 10:48 AM
3:30 - 4:48 PM
1. SOC 202 Science, Society, and Self
2. COL 150
F25
F25 HY
TU/TH/F
TU/TH/F
11 - 11:52 AM
10 - 10:52 AM

The 2-3 remaining courses you choose will be courses that fulfill the General Core that all freshmen take, and may also be related to your planned major.

These may include:

  • Humanities (15 credits): Subjects in this area include English (ENG), History (HST), Philosophy (PHL), Religious Studies (RST), and Fine and Performing Arts (FPA).
  • Social Science and Business (6 credits): Subjects in this area include Economics (ECO), Psychology (PSY), Political Science (POL), Sociology (SOC), and Business (BUS).
  • Computer Science, Science, and Math (9-13 credits): Subjects in this area include Computer Science (CS), Math (MTH), Biology (BIO), Chemistry (CHM), and Physics (PHY).
  • Diversity, Cross-Cultural and Global Perspectives (6 credits): Subjects in this area include all foreign languages and courses that cover all subjects that examine topics related to this area; too many to note here.

Review our Course Placement and Recommendations for guidance.