If you miss the open registration deadline, you can still use One.IU to register during the first week of classes. This is known as the late registration period.
Note that if you register during this time, you’ll be charged a late registration fee. We’ll consider waiving the late registration fee only if you can clearly demonstrate that the university, through one of its offices or officials, is directly responsible for your late registration.Learn how to register via One.IU
Registering after the late registration deadline
If you register after the first week of classes, you’ll be charged a late registration fee. You’ll also be required to get departmental authorization for each class you want to register for. And you can’t register online.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Get a late registration form from your school recorder’s office.
- Check for any registration holds in One.IU.
- Review and update your addresses.
- Follow your school or department’s advising procedure.
- On the program planning sheet on the back of your late registration form, write down the courses you want to take. Make sure to include alternates in case you’re unable to get into a class you want.
- Check the final exam schedule to make sure you won’t have any conflicts.
- Get authorization signatures on your program planning sheet. You’ll need a departmental signature for each class you want to enroll in. Your class requests won’t be processed without the proper signatures.
- Visit Student Central in person, where a service representative will use your late registration form to process your enrollment. You’re responsible for making sure that all your desired class sections have been requested and scheduled.