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New Student Course Registration

New student registration for Fall 2014 is now open. See the Registration Inventory section below for more details.

If you’re preparing for your first semester at North Park as an undergraduate—whether it’s your first college semester, you’re a transfer student, or you’re an international student—we’ll walk you through the course registration process so you are set up for success. New-student registration for the fall semester begins each April, but you can start preparing well in advance. 

Here are some helpful resources to get you started thinking about your coursework at North Park University:

Registration Inventory

When you’re ready to start the process of registering for courses, you will complete an online course registration inventory and submit it to North Park. Review the details at the bottom of this page for first-year, transfer, and international students so that you'll be ready to complete your online registration inventory.

Registration Inventories:

If you have questions or would like to schedule a registration appointment (in-person or over the phone), please contact the Office of Student Enrichment Services and Support via email or at (773) 244-5737.

We will generate your first-semester schedule. Here’s what you need to know to get started:

Degree-Seeking Students (First-Year and Transfer)

  • You must set up your North Park network account before submitting your registration form.
  • Your tuition deposit must be paid before you will be permitted to register for classes.
  • We advise new students to take 14 to 16 credits per semester, which is between 4 and 6 classes. This credit load will keep you on track for reaching the 120 credits required for graduation.
  • You must take 12 credits each semester to be considered a full-time student. If you take less than 12 credits you may lose financial aid and any scholarships.
  • North Park allows all students to register for only one semester at a time, and we will register you for your first semester based on the new-student registration form you submit.
  • You may be placed in a prerequisite course for a subject area based on your ACT/SAT score or because it is needed for your major.
  • Your schedule will be based on the information you submit, course availability, and your intended major.
  • Transfer students should review additional information before starting the registration process.

International and Exchange Students

  • You must set up your North Park network account before submitting your registration form.
  • If applicable, your tuition deposit must be paid before you will be permitted to register for classes. Talk with your admission representative if you have any questions about your tuition deposit requirement.
  • You must take 12 credits each semester to be considered a full time student.
  • It is up to you to confirm that the courses you take at North Park University will transfer to the institution at which you plan to complete your degree.
  • Review more details for all international students.