|EARNED CREDIT HOURS/CLASS STANDING||2017 DATE(S)|
|Graduate students and veterans*||March 20, 2017|
|Second undergraduate degree students||March 21, 2017|
|Seniors with 121 credits or more||March 21, 2017|
|Seniors with 91 credits or more||March 22, 2017|
|Juniors with 73 credits or more||March 23, 2017|
|Juniors with 56 credits or more||March 24, 2017|
|Sophomores with 42 credits or more||March 27, 2017|
|Sophomores with 28 credits or more||March 28, 2017|
|Freshmen with 16 credits or more||March 29, 2017|
|Freshmen with fewer than 16 credits||March 30, 2017|
|Special graduate, non-matriculated, post-bachelor and guest students||March 31, 2017|
*Veteran students must be currently certified for VA benefits or contact the Office of the Registrar to receive priority registration.
Check your earned credit hours by logging into mysail.oakland.edu and clicking Check Your Registration Status. Select the term you are registering for and your earned credits, any registration permits/overrides and registration time will be displayed. Earned credit hours are the combination of total degree credit hours earned on an Oakland University transcript as of Friday, March 3, 2017. Enrolled credits will not be considered.
There is a new Registration system for searching the schedule of classes and registering for classes beginning December 2016. This option will be fully integrated before full-year registration in March 2017.
Some of the key features will be:
- a brand new, easier to navigate look
- better display of class information
- multiple registration errors displayed at the same time (currently current registration only displays one error at a time)
- conditional add drop, which allows you to simultaneously add and drop a class if both requests can be processed (currently the drop may be processed even if the add cannot be)
If you have questions about the new registration, please contact email@example.com or (248) 370-3450.
Tutorials for new registration
The Office of the Registrar recommends a strong relationship with your academic adviser. First-year students and undecided students are advised by the First Year Advising Center. Each school and the college at Oakland University house their own professional academic advising office. Use the "Find My Academic Adviser" tools on this website to determine which advising office you will be visiting. Faculty advisers within each academic department also are qualified to advise you and connect you with additional resources.
Please refer to your catalog for further information on policies.
If you believe you have circumstances that warrants any override, contact the department of the course or the office listed. You can view a full list of departments here.
If your error message is not listed below or if you need further assistance, please contact the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 370-3450.
Contact / Resources
Restricted by your class level e.g. freshman, sophomore, etc. See Level Restriction for undergraduate, graduate etc. restrictions.
Closed Section CRN
The class is full.
Department or Instructor
Corequisite CRN required
This class requires a corequisite which must be taken at the same time. You need to register for both requirements simultaneously.
Restricted by a college or school. You must have a major in a specific college or school.
Degree Restriction e.g. Bachelor of Arts
Duplicate Course with Section CRN
You are attempting to register for two or more of the same class with the same subject and course number. If special topics, you will need to request a duplicate override since the system interprets it to be the same course.
Field of Study Restriction: Restricted for specific majors or minors.
Restricted by specific majors. You must be in the specified major to register. If you recently changed your major, your major may not be effective until next semester.
Restricted by your student level restriction e.g. UG (Undergraduate), GR (Graduate), etc.
Link Course Required CRN: Requires 2 or more components
A linked course is required to be registered simultaneously. Typically a lab or workshop is required to be registered for in addition to the class/lecture.
Maximum hours exceeded
Your student level determines your maximum registration credit hours. UG may submit an exceed maximum hours form. GR should contact Graduate Study.
Registrar or Graduate Study
Permission or Approval or Contact message
A special approval (permission) is needed to register for the class. Any other restrictions must also be met, even with approval.
Before you can register for this course, you must meet the pre-requisite(s) listed. View Catalog or Section comments for more information.
A prerequisite is required to be completed or in-progress prior to registration for this course. If satisfied by an in-progress course, your academic history will be audited before the beginning of the semester. If you have failed to meet the prerequisite requirements, you will be deregistered from the class for failure to meet the prerequisite.
Restricted by specific programs.
Repeat hours exceed #
Certain courses only are allowed to be repeated up to a certain amount of credit hours.
Repeat count exceeds #
Certain courses only are allowed to be repeated a certain amount of times. Undergraduate courses may be repeated up to 3 times (original attempt and 2 additional times) per catalog policy. Graduate courses require approval to be repeated, please contact Graduate Study.
Reserve Open or Closed
Some seats are reserved for specific students, typically by major.
Time conflict with CRN
You are attempting to register for two or more classes at the same or conflicting times.
Waitlist Open or Closed
The class is full and has a waitlist. If seats are available on the waitlist, you may register for a waitlist seat. Like registration, waitlist is processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact the Office of the Registrar or see our waitlisting information.
Waitlist Notification Expired
Your waitlist seat has expired, you may re-register to the bottom of the waitlist.