Center for Advising & Student Achievement
How do you register for classes?
Must attend a New Hounds Day/Transfer Day orientation or schedule an appointment with their CASA advisor to register for their first semester of courses.
Register for classes using UIndy’s online registration system. To access the registration system, a registration code is required. All students are required to meet with an advisor each semester to receive their registration code. Your registration code is a 6-digit number specifically assigned to you and will change each semester.
Look up your advisor. (Your Primary Advisor will provide you your registration code.)
Registration and Degree Planning Resources
CASA has prepared a series of video tutorials to assist students in academic planning. See these YouTube videos for step-by-step instructions on how to use these great resources.
- DegreeWorks Tutorial: Learn how to access and use DegreeWorks to track progress toward your degree.
- Course Search Tutorial: Learn how to access the UIndy schedule of classes and search for offerings in a specific academic term.
- Plan Ahead Tutorial: Learn how to develop a Plan Ahead academic schedule in the MyUIndy registration system.
- Registration Tutorial: See how to access the MyUIndy registration system and register for classes at UIndy.
- Register from Plan Ahead Tutorial: See how to register for classes using a Plan Ahead in MyUIndy.
Preparing for your advising appointment
We recommend students have plans created in Plan Ahead prior to their registration appointment. Up to 3 draft plans can be created in My UIndy’s registration system.
Students should refer to their major/minor/concentration curriculum guide(s) and General Education Core guides to know what their remaining requirements are and to include in their plans.
Students who began at UIndy in Fall 2017 or later can access Degree Works for an unofficial audit of their degree, and to view outstanding degree requirements.
Set an appointment with your academic or faculty advisor early, and be sure to check your account for any holds that may delay registration.
Registration opens at 7:00 a.m. ET on the dates listed below.
|Class Designation||Semester II 2022-2023 & Summer 2023||Spring Term 2023||Semester I 2023-2024|
|Monday, November 7||Monday, January 30||Monday, March 27|
|Juniors||Tuesday, November 9||Tuesday, January 31||Wednesday, March 29|
|Sophomores||Monday, November 14||Wednesday, February 1||Monday, April 3|
|Freshmen||Wednesday, November 16||Thursday, February 2||Wednesday, April 5|
Note: Class designations above included enrolled+earned credit hours.
Registering as A(n)…
Registration codes are required for students in the Adult Exploration (AEXP) program. A registration code is not needed for other students for registration and you are not required to meet with an advisor. Should you choose to do meet with an advisor, you can contact the Adult Learning Programs Office.
At this time, Student Athletes are advised by the Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Advising, Andrea Walker. Schedule an appointment through Handshake.
Students enrolled in graduate or professional programs should contact their graduate program advisor for assistance in registration.
Reasons you may not be able to register
Check to see if holds are listed, the office listed in the first column is the office which has issued the hold. You must contact that office to find out what is required to have the hold removed.
The last column of the hold lists which processes are impacted by the hold (i.e. Registration, Transcripts, Graduation, etc). If Registration is listed, then you will not be able to register for next semester until the hold has been removed. Contact the relevant campus office regarding any hold that prevents registration. Admissions materials and Student Billing & Payment holds often prevent access to the registration system.
Have a hold that prevents registration? No problem! Academic and faculty advisors are available to meet with you to discuss your academic plan and set you up for success.
If you need an override code, contact your academic advisor. Students may need overrides submitted to repeat a course, or for other reasons. Your advisor is listed on your student profile under Advisor near the bottom of the page. Not listed yet? Students are welcome to call us at 317-788-2057 or email email@example.com with requests for a course override.