Registration/Advisement Summer/Fall READ!

Registration for fall closed Tuesday April 21!

READ AND REFER BACK TO THIS POST. So when you are ready to think about registration all your answers are right here :-).  And if you ask me questions with answers that are contained in this post I will keep referring you back to this post 🙂
Important Dates:
  • Phase I Registration for Fall: April 8-April 21 
  • Phase II Registration for Summer: May 7-May 15

Your time ticket tells you exactly when you are allowed to register. Please pay attention to the ending date and time on your time ticket!

Registration Tools:

Overloads and Permits for many Tech courses:

Courses and OSCAR login:

Internship Database: It is not late at all to obtain summer internship!  Lot of opportunities on our database and on my bulletin board

New curriculum numbers go into effect:
Since 98% of you have already met with me to review the upcoming new vs current PUBP curriculum you should be all set with understanding which course numbers you need.  If not, refer to older posts with layout of the new curriculum numbers and detailed information Richard posted.

Advising Appointments:

Advising is mandatory for all freshman, students on contracts or probation, and any student that has not met with me to determine which curriculum they will follow. You can schedule an advising appointment using the on-line scheduler, .   PLEASE BRING YOUR CHECKLIST UPDATED TO THE MEETING or it may cause us to reschedule. Extra copies are always online at    Please keep your appointment or cancel with 24 hour notice so that other students have opportunity to make an appointment.

Permits and Overloads

Permits and overloads are requested on the SPP website.  To see how to request permits and overloads in other departments, please see the following website: Remember that if you need a course that is full before your registration time opens, don’t wait to request an overload!  The sooner the better.  Permits mean special permission and usually lists who to get them from, if not, always contact the instructor listed for assistance or the advisor associated with the course’s department.

I will continue to send you more information when I can.


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