Registering for Classes

Contact Us

Contact Info


registrar.wfu.edu

registrar@nullwfu.edu

336.758.5207

 
Location

Location


Reynolda Hall 110

 
Hours

Hours


Monday—Friday
8:30 a.m.—5 p.m.

 
Mailing Address

Mailing Address


P.O. Box 7207
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

 
You need to register

It’s (almost) time to get registered.

Registration for fall classes will take place over the summer. In early July, the Office of the University Registrar will notify you via your WFU Google Mail to let you know when you can check WIN to find your assigned registration days and times. This section will introduce you to the process of registration.


What you need to know

Where to Start

Registration will occur over the week of July 6 in two phases. At your designated registration time on July 6, you will be permitted to log into WIN and access registration. You will be allowed to register for up to fifteen hours. This initial phase will remain accessible until 11:59 p.m. on July 8. On July 11, at your designated time, registration will reopen for you to complete the remainder of your fall schedule, up to a max of 17 hours. This second phase will remain open until 11:59 p.m. EDT on July 13.

You will receive a Guided Preregistration Survey on May 27 that will help you organize your thoughts regarding choices of courses for which you hope to register. You may submit this survey any time between May 27 and July 13, but it must be received no later than 11:59 P.M. EDT on July 13. Once submitted, this survey will help your lower-division adviser learn more about your academic plans. This survey is due July 13.

The following information and step-by-step guide above will prepare you for the process of registering for classes.


Wake Information Network (WIN)

WIN is a source for accessing many Wake Forest online services and resources. Most of your academic services are under VirtualCampus in WIN. You can use links in VirtualCampus to view your midterm and final grades, to access DegreeWorks where you can track how each of your credits is applied to your degree, and to access the Registration Portal where you can view the schedule of classes each term, make a plan of classes to take, register for classes, and view your class schedule.


Common Registration Add Errors


Class Restriction

Definition: Course or section is restricted to students in a particular classification (e.g., first-year, sophomore, junior).

What do I do?: Your classification level must be the same as the course at the time you take it. Restrictions are listed following the course description in the Undergraduate Bulletin.

Corequisite

Definition: Course has a corequisite; you must be registered for both courses simultaneously.

What do I do?: Corequisites are listed in the course description in the Undergraduate Bulletin (as indicated with a “C”). Select both corequisites simultaneously, and register for them at the same time.

Missing Prerequisite and/or Test Score

Definition: Prerequisite or placement test score is missing or insufficient to register for the course.

What do I do?: Prerequisites are listed in the course description in the Undergraduate Bulletin (as indicated with a “P”). Make sure all AP/IB and prior college credits have been received by WFU and are visible on your academic transcript.

Time Conflict

Definition: Course conflicts with another registered class.

What do I do?: Find another class that meets at a different time.

Duplicate Course

Definition: Course is the same as another registered course.

What do I do?: Register for a different course.

Maximum Hours Exceeded

Definition: Maximum hours for that registration round will be exceeded with addition of the class.

What do I do?: Make adjustments to schedule. Cannot exceed the limit established for the registration round.

Instructor Signature

Definition: Permission of instructor (POI) is required to register for class.

What do I do?: Seek permission of instructor. Contact department for more information.

Closed Section

Definition: Section is at maximum capacity.

What do I do?: Register for another course.

Reserved/Closed

Definition: Reserved seating for entry term is at maximum capacity.

What do I do?: Register for another course.


Registration FAQs

Don’t Forget!

You can register beginning at your assigned time, and you will be permitted to make changes until the end of self-registration — July 13 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.


Important Dates

July

  • Notification email from the Office of the University Registrar

July 6-13

  • Self-registration

July 13

  • Guided Preregistration Survey due

August 22

  • Drop/add begins

Registration FAQs

You probably have some questions. We have answers. Check out our FAQ section for more information.