You may register in person at the Student Business Center,
University Center 2nd Floor, or via the web using your MySSU account.
Registration in Person
Obtain a registration form from the Office of the Registrar and
complete the form with the courses you want to register for. The
registration form should be submitted for processing. Your
registration will be processed immediately with your course schedule
prepared while you wait. The approval of the Registrar is required
if you are attempting to schedule more than 18 credit hours.
MySSU Registration Instructions
Login to MySSU
Click on “My SSU”
Enter the following:
(Student ID#) Your ID number is on
your ID card,
your bill, etc.
(Birthdate – YYYYMMDD, Example:
Once you have logged in,
click on “Student” at the top of the page.
Under “Course Schedules”
click “Add/Drop Courses”
It is very important that you
select the correct academic term for
which you are
registering. Make sure the
term is correct. (Ex. SM 2008)
You may register only during your
assigned time – see
below. You may not register if you have a registration hold. Your
advisor should clear you to register when you meet for advising (if
required). Advising is mandatory for some academic majors, for all
freshmen (fewer than 30 cumulative earned hours), sophomores with
fewer than 60 cumulative hours earned but moving to junior status at
the end of the semester, and juniors with fewer than 90 cumulative
hours earned but moving to senior status at the end of the semester.
– Please see priority registration schedule in the current course
offerings bulletin. Course Offerings
add a course:
Enter the full Course
Code (i.e., ENGL1101) with no spaces.
Enter Section (i.e.,
Click “Add Course(s).”
note any messages that appear at the top of the screen. These will
explain why you cannot add a class (i.e., no open seats, you do not
meet the prerequisites, etc.). If you do not meet the requisite for
a course, you must see the professor to get permission to be added.
drop a course:
Select the course by
clicking the box to the left of it.
Click “Drop Selected
is your responsibility as a student to check the accuracy of your
After processing changes to your schedule, examine your schedule and
bill to ensure that the changes were successful. You are encouraged
to print a copy of your updated schedule for your records.