To make this process as easy as possible, these steps are outlined in detail below.
Fully completing each step in order will simplify the registration process. NOTE: Non-degree seeking students
(Post-Bacs, Post-Grads, Audit, &
should seek advising support
in the department(s) offering the course(s) in which they wish to enroll.
Step 1: Selecting Classes
Before their registration date and time, students should check with their
advising department to determine specific advising procedures.
The student should regularly review educational plans, academic progress, and
course selection with his/her Advisor.
The student must clear all holds or fines and satisfy any special conditions before registration.
Students should check for any registration holds on-line in Pipeline (department
can check current holds on BANNER).
If a student needs an instructor's permission to take a specific course, to by-pass a prerequisites, or to take a closed
class, the student must obtain that instructor's permision on BANNER and then register for that course.
Complete a schedule work sheet as follows:
Select both primary and alternate courses using the upcoming term's "Course Schedule".
For each course, list the CRN (Course Request Number) and note course name, section letter, days and times.
Be sure to check for time conflicts. Also, courses may have "prerequisites" or "corequisites" which must be met; refer
to the catalog at http://www.aug.edu/faculty_secretary/catalog/cover.htm.
Note “Audit” if class is to be taken for noncredit; "Normal" if class is to be taken for credit.
List several alternate courses to use if primary courses are closed.
Obtain all necessary signatures (and, if applicable, an Alternate/Term PIN).
Step 2: Registering For Classes
Students may register, add or drop any time after that indicated for their class/type and first letter of their last name according
to the published schedule (see Registration Help). If a desired course is closed, a student may try for another section of that same course or try for one of
the alternates selected with the advisor.
FOR WEB REGISTRATION: if a student is eligible to register by web then, with completed schedule/worksheet and pencil in hand, he/she should, via the internet, access the ASU home page
http://www.aug.edu/.and click Pipeline (left side menu), log into his/her Pipeline account and click the "ELROY" tab.
Follow the instructions and select appropriate menu choices.
FOR ON-CAMPUS REGISTRATION: If a student has holds preventing online registration, the student takes the completed schedule work sheet to the registration site (see Registration Help). The student
should proceed as directed and wait until the next registration station is free. The student will then give the schedule sheet to the
operator who will enter the schedule. If any of the classes are closed, the student may try for a different section of that class, or
use one of the alternates previously selected with the advisor. When the schedule is completed, the student then proceeds
to the pick up station to receive the schedule.
The student should check the schedule and bill for errors or scheduling conflicts. If there is a problem, he/she should seek
assistance at the registration area or the Registrar’s Office (Payne Hall).
FINANCIAL AID: Students should login to Pipeline to check for awarded financial aid.
If a financial award (grant, scholarship, or any other officially awarded financial assistance) does not show on Pipeline or is not preprinted
on a bill printed at on-campus registration, the student must go to the Financial Aid Office (Payne Hall)
to have any award verified and entered on the bill before Step 3.
Step 3: Paying For Classes
The student should follow the online instructions to check the amount due for registered classes.
Students may print detailed schedule and billing information from Pipeline (or may request such from Student Records).
Payment in full by the due date is required for registration. Fees cannot be deferred.
When paying by credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover) or check on Pipeline, remember to have your credit card/check in hand, note the amount due and
follow instructions. To pay by cash, or money order, see the Business Office (Fanning Hall).
FINANCIAL AID: If you have any questions about your financial aid (grant, scholarship, or any other officially
awarded financial assistance), consult with the Financial Aid Office (Payne Hall, 2nd floor) well before the fees due date.
If you need a printed receipt, see the Business Office (Fanning Hall).
ID CARDS: NEW STUDENT (or out for more than a year) - after fee payment, must bring an official photo identification to
the Student Activities Office (JSAC) to have JagCard student ID made and validated. RETURNING STUDENT -
after fee payment, take your JagCard to Student Activities or the Library for current term validation. (To REPLACE a JagCard, pay a replacement fee at the Business Office and bring the receipt to Student Activities.)
PARKING PERMITS: Students may pay for a parking permit when paying tuition in the Business Office (save receipt) or
by check/cash at the Public Safety Office. Permits, valid through Summer term, are obtained from the Public Safety Office,
in the southwest corner of campus. Students must provide proof of payment and description of vehicle (i.e. make, year, tag