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Registration for on-campus students occurs twice per year: once in the fall semester and once in the spring semester. On-campus students work with their faculty advisor and academic specialist to register for classes through Student Planning. Instructions for Student Planning are found below.
Registration for Champlain College Online and Graduate students occurs multiple times throughout the year, depending on which term a student is registering for. Online students will work with their academic advisor to plan and register for classes.
Students can refer to the College's Academic Calendars for registration dates.
The courses available for Spring 2021 registration are now viewable in Student Planning. See, "Accessing and Using Student Planning" below.
Meet with your Faculty Advisor to discuss your fall courses. All students are strongly encouraged to meet (virtually) with their Faculty Advisor to discuss fall course planning. You can find your Faculty Advisor's contact information in Student Planning.
Still unsure about your major or what classes to take? No problem at all—you're not alone! Just fill out this quick form to tell us a little bit about your major/career exploration questions and we can direct you to people who can help.
Some students will encounter registration holds on their records. These holds will prevent you from registering and could be because you need to contact Student Accounts or haven't provided us with your immunization records. You will see a notice in Student Planning if you have a registration hold. All holds will be placed on records by Thursday, October 14, 2021.
Your registration window is the date and time when registration is open to you. In WebAdvisor, click on "My Registration Window" under Registration to see when your window opens. In Student Planning, you will see your registration window displayed as a banner under the schedule tab.
Student Planning is a tool that allows you to plan out your courses for your entire Champlain College career; to review your plans with your Faculty Advisor and have them approved; and to register for your courses. It can also be used to plan courses in a weekly schedule format. If you are considering changing your major, you may "view a new major" and see the degree requirements for the program you are interested in. Your Academic Specialist in the Registrar's Office is available to review the Student Planning module with you and answer any questions you have.
Detailed instructions for using Student Planning are provided below. To see a visual representation of each step, review the How to Use Student Planning to Register Guide.
Student Planning is a tool that allows students to plan courses for their entire Champlain College career, and to review those plans with their Faculty Advisor and have them approved. We've provided instructions below for accessing Student Planning. To see a visual representation of each step, review the How to Use Student Planning as a Faculty Advisor Guide.