• Piperline Registration Instructions for Graduate Students 

    Use the following instructions to register for all graduate courses that do not require special permissions (see Special Registrations).  MBA students registering for Modules 1-4 should follow the MBA instructions below.

    1. Find course numbers for the courses you want by searching the Piperline Class Schedule
    2. Using your Hamline ID and Piperline PIN, login to the secure area in Piperline
    3. Select Student Services from the welcome page menu
    4. Select Registration from the Student Services menu
    5. Select Register/Add/Drop Classes from the Registration menu
    6. Choose the appropriate term and click Submit
    7. Enter the CRNs for each of your courses click Submit

     

    MBA Module Registration

    If you are registering for an MBA module, follow the steps below.  If you are registering for your MBA electives, follow the instructions above.

    1. Using your Hamline ID and Piperline PIN, login to the secure area in Piperline
    2. Select Student Services from the welcome page menu
    3. Select Registration from the Student Services menu
    4. Select Look-Up Classes to Add from the Registration menu
    5. Select the appropriate term of registration from the Search by Term drop-down menu and click Submit
    6. Select your MBA Cohort code (e.g. M7, S8, etc.) from the Block drop-down menu near the bottom of the Look-up Classes to Add page and click Class/Block Search
    7. A list of the four courses in your MBA module for that term of registration will display
    8. Click Submit Registration to complete your registration.

    You can verify your registration by clicking on Student Detail Schedule.

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