Check your WashU email account regularly, at least twice a week all summer, as your academic division will send you important updates about course registration and other timely to do items.

First-Year Student Course Registration

Register online between July 9, 2019 and July 11, 2019. You will receive information from your academic division regarding your assigned time . Those attending the Summer Start program will register for classes for before first-year registration officially begins. 

Beyond Boundaries Program

If you are an incoming first-year student in the Beyond Boundaries Program, you register for courses using a combination of two methods: 1) Course registration for Beyond Boundaries classes only happens via a pre-enrollment form on the BB Student Portal of the Beyond Boundaries website in early May for pre-registration of students in those courses by mid-May. 2) For all other courses, you will be assigned one undergraduate adviser in one of the 4 divisions identified on your WashU application. Please make sure to connect with your designated undergraduate adviser to discuss your academic interests and fall course options before general registration opens for everyone in July. You will register for those remaining courses during your assigned time between July 9-11, 2019. 

For questions and/or additional program information, visit the Beyond Boundaries Program website. 

College of Arts & Sciences

If you are an Arts & Sciences student who is unable to attend Summer Start, you will be emailed the name and contact information of your four-year advisor in mid-June. Information on pre-registration steps will be provided for you and you will contact your advisor to arrange a time to discuss your academic interests and fall course options. After this discussion, your advisor will approve you to register for classes online during your assigned time between July 9, 2019 and July 11, 2019.

Arts & Sciences students will have an opportunity to preregister for some classes. Look out for the Getting Started booklet in the mail for domestic students and on the Arts & Sciences first-year student resource page for more information.

Additional information can be found via the College of Arts & Sciences.

Olin Business School

All incoming business students will be assigned an academic advisor and an Olin Peer Ambassador (OPA).

You will receive registration materials mid-June from your academic advisor. You will be contacted by your advisor to discuss how to choose and register for your classes online. If you are not able to attend FSAP over the summer, you will register for classes online during your assigned time between July 9, 2019 and July 11, 2019.

All students will submit an online bio form and we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the Olin Business School.

For questions about advising or registration issues, contact Lanna Skadden, and feel free to ask your OPA for more information.

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts: Architecture and Art

As an incoming student in the Sam Fox School, you are assigned an academic advisor and a peer advisor. You can expect to receive a registration packet in the mail in early June. If you are unable to attend Summer Start, you will create a tentative schedule using either the Registration Worksheet in WebSTAC or by returning the “Course Request Form” included in the packet.

Course selections are due by the beginning of July. We will create a schedule with your input and, whenever possible, register you for your desired classes and/or sections. We will be in contact with you by telephone or email if we have questions or concerns about your selections.

Once registration is complete, you may view your schedule in WebSTAC. Some course adjustments may be made prior to the beginning of classes if Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or Washington University Placement Exams require changes.

For questions about registration, contact your academic advisor, Georgia Binnington.

McKelvey School of Engineering

The Engineering First Year Registration Guide will be available in early June. The online registration information covers much of what you will need to know as an incoming engineering student. Information includes descriptions of student groups, communication within the School, AP/IB and transfer credits, as well as what courses are suggested for the different areas of interest within the McKelvey School of Engineering.

In mid-June, you will receive an email with the name of your four-year advisor in Engineering Undergraduate Student Services and specific information about your registration process. If you are not able to attend Summer Start, you will review the online registration information thoroughly and contact your four-year advisor for more information or help with questions about course registration for your first semester. You will then register for courses online during your assigned time in July 2019.

For any further questions, students should contact Melanie Osborn or your four-year advisor who will be happy to answer your questions.

 

Transfer Students Course Registration

Registration varies depending on the academic division in which you are enrolled. Below is a list of contacts.

College of Architecture

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

Georgia Binnington
314-935-6532
gbinning@wustl.edu

College of Art

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

Georgia Binnington
314-935-6532
gbinning@wustl.edu

College of Arts & Sciences

Warren Davis
314-935-6800
wjdavis@wustl.edu

Olin Business School

Lanna Skadden
314-935-6315
skadden@wustl.edu

McKelvey School of Engineering

Melanie Osborn
314-935-8013
osborn@wustl.edu

 

Exchange Students 

Course registration varies depending on the academic division in which you are enrolled. A list of contacts is below.

College of Architecture

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

Georgia Binnington
314-935-6532
gbinning@wustl.edu

College of Art

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

Georgia Binnington
314-935-6532
gbinning@wustl.edu

College of Arts & Sciences

Amy Suelzer
314-935-8372
acsuelze@wustl.edu

Olin Business School

Liz Shabani
314-935-9237
e.shabani@wustl.edu​

McKelvey School of Engineering

Melanie Osborn
314-935-8013
osborn@wustl.edu