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Course Registration Procedures
Meet with your advisor (undergraduate students only) as early as possible to plan your schedule and get cleared for registration--new freshmen and graduate students do not need to be cleared for registration.
2. Accessing the System
Once your time ticket opens, register on iROAR — please note that iROAR is not compatible with Internet Explorer 11. You will need the following:
Username--Your username is a unique combination of your first and last name, e.g., jdoe. Not sure? You can look yourself up in the University Directory.
Password--If you have forgotten your password, present a picture ID at the CCIT Help Desk located directly below Harcombe Dining Hall. If you are away from Clemson, call 864.656.3494. New freshmen and transfer students' passwords are created after deposits are paid. Please read information regarding strong passwords.
Be cleared for registration--Continuing undergraduates will need to be cleared for registration before access to drop/add activity is permitted. Students must be cleared for registration by their advisor. Registration Services does NOT clear students for registration under any circumstances.
A video is available for help on registering in iROAR — registration training videos. iROAR will notify you immediately whether you have been added to the class.
Undergraduates' class loads must be approved by their advisors. During fall and spring semester registration, students on academic probation are limited to 16 credit hours, and all other undergraduates 19;
and graduate students, 13-16 (depending on the major). On the second day of late registration, all undergraduates,
except those on probation, may request to have their hours increased to 21 at Registration Services (864)656-2305.
Enrollment in summer is limited to ten credit hours in the Summer I terms, and ten credits in the Summer II terms. Enrollment in additional credit hours must be approved by your academic advisor.
iROAR will generate an error if you fail to register for corequisite courses at the same time — an example of corequisite courses are lecture-lab combinations. You must enter the CRN (course registration number) for both the lecture and the lab at the same time in the worksheet.
You are not permitted to enroll in courses with overlapping class times.
5. Holds and Blocks
When you login, you may receive notification of a hold on your account that requires action on your part. Contact the office initiating the hold promptly for resolution. Unresolved holds may block further access to the registration system.
6. Closed Courses
If you cannot register for a closed course, you may add yourself to the waitlist if a space is available. Department use of the waitlist is optional and the wait list is not intended for new freshmen use. If a space opens in the class and you are the next student on the wait list, you will receive an email giving you a specified amount of time to register for the course. Credit hours on the wait list are included in your maximum credit limit. You may not wait list a class if you are enrolled in another section of that class.
Read more about waitlists.
7. Dropping Courses
After classes begin, if you wish to drop all your courses, you must withdraw from the University. Undergraduates should contact
Undergraduate Academic Services in E-103 Martin Hall. Graduate students should contact Enrolled Student Services in 104-D Sikes Hall.