This page will answer:
- WHAT IS MY REGISTRATION PIN NUMBER?
- Where do I go to register?
- How do I search for courses?
- What days can I register?
- Should I sign up for a waitlist?
- How many hours should I sign up for?
- What is a CRN number?
- Who is teaching the class I am taking?
- How can I see my schedule including buildings and times?
SeaNet & Registration
- For Parents (click here)
- For Student Athletes (click here)
- For Early College Students (click here)
- For Honors Students (click here)
- SOME CLASSES WILL BE UNAVAILABLE DURING EARLY REGISTRATION, BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE AT ORIENTATION.
- If you do not get 10 hours of classes, you can always add or change classes at Orientation.
- The REGISTRATION PIN for Early-Registration is located in the video above. Please watch the video for more information.
- PLEASE DO NOT JOIN A WAITLIST FOR A CLASS DURING EARLY REGISTRATION. WAITLISTS WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY DURING THE EARLY REGISTRATION TIME.
- Students who signed up for their orientation session by May 12, 2015 , will be eligible for early course registration. You will be able to register for courses starting May 18, 2015 at 3:00pm until May 22, 2015 at 5:00pm.
- Students are encouraged to sign up for at least First Year Seminar. This may or may not include a Learning Link course or additional Learning Community courses.
- Even though students must register for at least 12 credit hours to be full-time, students will only be able to sign up for 10 hours during Early Registration. Students will complete their schedules at Orientation.
- Take note of the times and days of classes as you register; the system will not allow you to register for classes with time conflicts.
- Some students like to schedule classes back-to-back or close to one another in time so they can optimize their studying during other parts of the day.
- Most students like to take courses all 5 days of the week to maintain a consistent work load.
- Remember, you might not get your first choice of classes or times, so be flexible when choosing classes.
- Campus Map with Building Names and Abbreviations
When signing up for courses, athletes should sign up for UNI 101 as well University Studies courses. Questions regarding practice schedules, travel dates, or class registration should be directed to your athletic Academic Coordinator.
Shannon Pease-910-962-7530 (Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis) email@example.com
Shauna Baker-Karl—910-962-4179 (Men’s Swimming, Women’s Swimming, Baseball, Softball, Men’s Soccer) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristal Studer—910-962-2775 (Men’s Track & Cross Country, Women’s Track & Cross Country, Volleyball) email@example.com
Drew Scales –910-962-3001 (Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf) firstname.lastname@example.org
Honors students should NOT sign up for UNI 101; they will take HON 110 instead.
Students can learn how to apply at the Honors College website:http://www.uncw.edu/honors/admissions/application.html
Honors students should NOT sign up for UNI 101. Please contact Dr.Bruce at email@example.com or 910-962-4181. If you have been accepted to the Honors College to begin in the fall, please consult the orientation mailing from Dr. Bruce concerning suggested courses.