• Registration & Degree Planning

    Academic advisors can help students with course selection and the registration process, and discuss any questions or concerns. Current students are required to meet with their assigned advisor before their advisor will lift a registration hold.

    You may find the following resources helpful as you plan for registration. CASA advisors are also available for registration support.

    New first-year students starting in the fall term will register at Summer Orientation and Registration (SOAR).

    New first-year students starting in the spring term should schedule an appointment with a CASA advisor, and will register during that meeting.

    New transfer students should schedule an appointment with a CASA advisor and will register during that meeting.

    Continuing students are required to meet with your assigned advisor during Advising Weeks, the two weeks prior to Registration Week, to discuss your plans for the upcoming semester and your overall academic plans. Following that meeting, your advisor will lift a hold that will allow you to register.

    Registration Week is after Advising Weeks. Students register by class starting with seniors. Registration begins at 7 a.m. each day and remains open until the first day of the upcoming semester. Once classes begin, you may drop and add classes via an Add/Drop/Withdraw form available on the Registration and Records Forms page. Adding and dropping classes is permitted through the 10th day of classes.

  • Registration Resources

    • Academic Advising Worksheet - Advising planning worksheet to track Hamline Plan curriculum requirements.
    • Academic Calendar - Important dates and deadlines throughout the semester.
    • ACTC - Information about requirements and the procedure for taking a course at one of the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities.
    • Add/Drop/Withdraw - The Add/Drop/Withdraw form is required when registration changes cannot be made in Workday. See the Undergraduate Bulletin for Add/Drop/Withdraw policy information.
    • Hamline Plan - Information about Hamline degree requirements.
    • Registration Information - View information about registering for classes, meeting with advisors, and planning for important deadlines in your schedule.
    • Workday Student Resources - information on signing into Workday, on-boarding, creating a schedule, and registering for classes. For instructors, you can check information here

    Degree Planning

    CASA can help you make plans to keep you on track for graduation. We can help you determine how long it will take you to graduate, discuss graduating early, or create a year-by-year graduation plan. The following resources may help you with your degree planning: