The University of West Florida offers on-line registration and schedule changes. Students and applicants will access the system using MyUWF. Web Registration is available 24 hours a day, with the exception of Mondays - Fridays from 5:00 to 5:30 AM.
These steps will guide you through the process
n from academic advising
n to building your schedule
n to registering
n to printing your schedule
n to viewing your tuition, fees, and account balance
Step 1 - Academic Advising
It is recommended that students review their SASS audit (available on MyUWF in the Student Records folder) and discuss academic plans with an advisor prior to registration. Students ultimately are responsible for knowing and fulfilling all university, college, and major requirements for graduation.
In order to process your registration, you will be required to acknowledge responsibility for your course selection and verify that you have reviewed the academic policies and procedures for registration as stated in the CATALOG ).
Step 2 - Preparation
During the second month of the semester, you can log on to MyUWF and utilize the Registration, Drop/Add and Trial Schedule app in the Registration folder
A screen will be displayed giving you a list of links to transactions that you can perform as of that day and time.
|The following are available for FALL 20XX
Display FALL 20XX Registration Checklist
Display FALL 20XX Trial Schedule/Course Search
Registration and Drop/Add for FALL 20XX
Inclusion of the Registration and Drop/Add for FALL 20XX link indicates that the registration period is open and that you may register based upon your current classification.
If information for multiple semesters is available, you will also get tabs to select those semesters.
Follow the link to your Registration Checklist.
Step 3 - Registration Checklist
The Registration Checklist
n summarizes your registration status
n gives you an opportunity to verify that your address is correct and if not, gives
you a link to the Address Change form
n alerts you to items (such as HOLDs) which may prevent your registration
There will be a check by each item that is OK.
Items without checks must be resolved prior to registration.
You may review this screen any time prior to and during your registration to ensure you are cleared to register.
Step 4 - Trial Schedule
The Trial Schedule consists of Course Searches (basic and comprehensive), the Trial Schedule Worksheet, and a Course Matrix.
The Basic Course Search will search by courses and the Comprehensive Search allows you to do a specific search by days, times, instructor, etc.
The Trial Schedule is a tool that allows you to plan your schedule, then, if desired, prefill your registration form with the courses you select. You can prefill the registration form with up to 12 sections selected from the Trial Schedule Worksheet.
The Trial Schedule DOES NOT reserve any seats in a course or register you for classes. It is a worksheet only and is there to assist you in planning and developing a schedule.
You may select courses through the Course Searches to add to your Trial Schedule Worksheet. Your worksheet will remain as you have it until you make further changes.
You can get an overview of your planned schedule using the Course Matrix. Courses on the matrix are listed "term: course#" and courses for which you are registered begin with an asterisk (*).
Step 5 - Registration
On the day you are eligible to register, you can
n prefill your registration form by checking courses on your worksheet and pressing
the "Prefill Registration Form" button
n follow the Registration and Drop/Add link.
Prior to linking to the registration screen, the system will display a page of important information. Included is a statement indicating that you take full responsibility for your course selections and you will be required to acknowledge this before you can continue to the registration screen.
Either method will take you to the registration form which looks similar to this:
|If you are registering for a course that requires special permission, contact the offering department to get a Permission Authorization Code and enter that code in the box provided. Skip over the box if course does not require special permission.|
|Action||Ref #||Permission Authorization
|Grade Option - You will receive a letter grade (A - F) unless you select an available option.|
|Add|| Letter Grade (A - F)
|Add|| Letter Grade (A - F)
If the section requires permission of the department offering the section, contact that department for a "Permission Authorization Code" and enter that four-digit code in the box in the "Permission Authorization Code" column.
If you wish to take the section under a grading option other than "Letter Grade (A-F)", select the Audit option. If you wish to take a course Pass/Fail, contact your academic advisor or the Office of the Registrar.
You will then press the "Submit" button to process your registration.
Step 6 - Finalize Registration
When you "submit" your registration for processing, the results will be displayed in a table like this. If you cannot be registered for a section (i.e., closed, cancelled, etc.), it will tell you if and how the situation can be resolved. If you receive an error message, like the illustrated below, you have not been registered for the section.
It will also include information on required prerequisites and students should be sure that they meet the appropriate prerequisite. Questions should be directed to the department offering the course.
|Drop||1234||Letter Grade (A - F)
|ENGLISH COMP II||3.0|
|ERROR||1233 ENC1116 Poetry
CLOSED - you may contact the department/instructor to request permission to enter a closed section.
If you cannot be registered for a section (i.e., closed, cancelled, etc.), it will tell you if and how the situation can be resolved.
You can then
n make changes
n print your schedule
n print your fee assessment
n review your account balance (includes fee payment deadlines)
n pay your fees.