UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Student Information

Advising and Registration

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Important Dates


September 23 - Last day to drop a Regular Session class without a "W" 

October 18 - J-Term Registration Begins

November 5 - Spring 2022 Registration Begins

November 12 - Last day to drop Regular Session class for academic reasons

December 13 - Last day of fall classes

December 15-17, 20 - Final exams

 

Getting Started

In order to register for classes, you must consult your academic advisor first. During your meeting, you and your advisor will discuss your proposed schedule and you will receive a PIN (Personal Identification Number) to enter into eSIS, allowing you to register for your classes. Your PIN will change every semester, so old PINs will not work for the current registration period. Your advisor's name is available to see on your DAR (Degree Audit Report).

More Information on Registration 

Scheduling an Appointment

Most advisors will reach out to their advisees via email. If you have not received any communications regarding registration, please reach out to your advisor (their name is visible on your DAR). Advisor contact information is available on the right-hand side of this webpage or here.

What to Bring to a Meeting With Your Advisor

Unless otherwise specified by your advisor, you should have a:

  • A physical or digital copy of your DAR
  • A physical or digital copy of your tentative class schedule

What to Do After Your Advising Appointment

After meeting with your advisor, make sure to enter your registration PIN on eSIS. There is a hold placed on your account that can be resolved by submitting the PIN, allowing you to register for your classes. More information regarding registration PINs can be located here.

If you lose or misplace your registration PIN, contact your advisor.

Make sure that you know when your appointment is and register as early as possible. You are able to register after your specified time, but classes have a higher chance of being full (closed) the longer you wait. 

If you are having trouble registering for your core course requirements, please reach out to your advisor or the Psychological Sciences Department Office. Sometimes seats for these classes are reserved for students within the Psychological Sciences department. 

Questions?

Please feel free to contact the Psychological Sciences Department Office or your advisor with any specific questions.

Additional information is available on the Registrar's website here.