On-line class registration is available for
the ease of our students. On-line registration can only be done
after the official registration start time.
Please read the following VERY IMPORTANT notices
before Web registering!
- Dropping below 6 credit hours can affect
your financial aid.
- Before dropping courses, we highly recommend
you consult with your advisor.
- By registering for courses at Geneva College,
you agree to pay all charges incurred in accordance with College
policy, including interest charges.
Prerequisites for Web
- You must be a current returning student to
be considered enrolled in the system.
You must have No HOLDS on your record, including, advisor, other
charges, accounts receivable.
IMPORTANT: Prior to the registration
period, every student will have an Advisor Hold.
This hold will be removed by the advisor after the student has met
with the advisor. You must make an appointment with your advisor.
Until he/she removes your advisor hold, you cannot web register.
- Click on the Web Registration link on the right side of this page.
- You will be prompted for a username and password.
- Your username is your Student ID Number (found
on your student ID card). Use the 9 digits before the dash.
- New Students: For the password,
enter the last 4 digits of your social security number. The system
will then require you to change that password to an 8-10 character
password. Record your password for future use, the school
does not have this information available.
- Returning Students: Use
the password you have already created
Note: passwords are case sensitive - be sure your caps lock key
is not on.
- After the 5th unsuccessful attempt, your
account will be disabled. You must email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to get it enabled.
If you forget your password, you must contact our office during
normal business hours. A staff member will have your password reset.
It is imperative for you to record your password for future use.
Web Registration Hours
Web Registration is allowed 24 hours daily, except between 4:00
a.m. - 6:00 a.m. Late night will be a good time to register - there
should be less competition at that time.
Where to Get Help
The online help for this program is very helpful. In the top right
corner of each page is a large "?". Click on it to get
context sensitive help.
To Report Problems
Normal business hours are between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Call (724) 847-6734 or (724) 847-6771
- Talk with your advisor to make sure that
you have proper prerequisites for courses
- Do not drop courses without talking to your
advisor (dropping below 6 credits can affect financial aid, eligibility).
- You cannot register for some courses
on the Web. These include independent studies, internships, student
teaching, courses allowed by permission only. We suggest you register
for as much as possible on the Web, then visit the registrar's
office for the rest.
- There is a limit to the number of people
signed onto the web module at any given time. If you receive a
"system busy" message, wait 10 minutes and try again.
Recommended method of
Click on the Web Register Now at the bottom of this page.
Enter your student ID number and password
(if this is your first login you will be required to change the
- Check the initial screen for any
If you are clear to register, there will be a green dot and "Registration
Open" in the upper right hand corner of your screen.
A yellow "Inquiry Only" dot means you are not clear
to register. Read the screen for the reason.
- Register - Course Search
- On your Registration Form,
list the courses you will take. Write the course request
number on your registration form beside each course.
Note: The course request number is listed on
the schedule booklet in the leftmost column for each course.
- Click on Course Search option
- Click on any of the three search boxes (do
not enter any information into box)
- Click Go
- When the section detail appears click on Add
- Click on View my schedule to check your schedule as it's being built.
- Verify that your schedule is correct and
print a copy for later use.