CE Students may begin registering for classes, on a space-available basis beginning on the following days:
Spring Semester 2013: December 5, 2012
Continuing Education students who have been actively taking classes have the ability to register themselves online by going to the UMD Student Self-Service page.
You will need your Internet ID (also called User ID or X.500) to use the web-based registration system.
You are officially enrolled only in those courses for which you are properly registered. Faculty will record a grade for each course listed on the official grade report even if you do not attend. No grades will be recorded in courses for which you are not properly registered. By registering for classes, you enter into a legally binding contract to pay all tuition and fees, including any nonrefundable fees.
Having trouble registering?
Once you have your UMD ID number (this was initially sent to you via U.S. mail by Continuing Education staff on a study list when you were first registered for a class at UMD) you can activate your UMD email account by going to Services You May Need.
If there is a hold on your record, you may not be able to register or obtain a transcript until that hold is cleared. Holds may be imposed for financial indebtedness to the University (e.g. unpaid tuition or library fines), or for disciplinary, scholastic or procedural reasons. You can view any holds on your record on the Student Self-Serivce page under "Check for Holds."
Courses that have course requisites will have this information listed within the course text. A permission number will be necessary if you have met the pre-requisite at another institution, as transfer credits can't be checked by the registration system. You must contact the collegiate student affairs office or department to obtain a permission number.
To check, please review the Add/Waitlist/Cancel information.