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New Student Course Registration

First-Year Students

Once first-year admitted students submit their tuition deposit, they are eligible to attend and register at a Registration Day event in April, May, June, or July. Learn more.

Transfer and International Students

Transfer students who have submitted their tuition deposit are encourage to attend Registration Day on either April or July. Learn more.

All transfer students need to complete the Transfer Advising Form prior to registering for classes.

Spring 2017 Registration

For students planning to begin courses in January 2017, admitted first year, transfer, and international students are eligible to register after their tuition deposit is submitted.  Course registration for the Spring 2017 semester will be available by appointment beginning in November 2016.  To schedule your registration appointment, please contact our Division of Student Engagement at 773-244-5737.

Helpful Tools for Registration

No matter how you will be registering for your first semester, here are some helpful resources to get you started thinking about your coursework at North Park University:

Course Registration Process

When the registration period for new students is open, North Park staff will register you for your first semester of classes based on information you provide. Review the helpful details below.

Degree-Seeking Students

  • 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.
  • First-year students: You do not need to complete a course registration request form before attending Registration Day, but if you are unable to attend the event, please fill out the request form after paying your tuition deposit.
  • 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.
  • 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 submitting the Transfer Advising Form.

Exchange/Study Abroad 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.
  • To register for classes, fill out the Exchange Student Registration Form.
  • 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.