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1 “How to Register for Classes” Presentation

2 AGENDA 1. Locating Course Schedule 2. Class Selection 3. Register in GENYSIS 4. Enrollment Status 5. Class Attendance

3 Step One: Locating the Course Schedule Open Internet Browser my.regent.edu Type in MyRegent ID and password Enter portal

4 MyRegent Login

5 MyRegent Portal

6 Locate Blackboard

7 Click on FAQs

8 Enter FAQs Module

9 Course Schedule

10 Locate Course Schedule

11 Click on Current Schedule

12 Schedule Example

13 Review Course Offerings Schedules are color coded First half of schedule (Blue) lists the first 8-weeks of each session and 16-week semester classes. Session ‘A’ in the fall and ‘C’ in the spring Second half of schedule (Yellow) lists the second 8-weeks of the session Session ‘B’ in the fall and session ‘D’ in spring. The summer session is a one 8-week session with no colored background.

14 Reviewing Schedule

15 Online vs. On Campus Check class location before registering On campus classes “Virginia Beach” Online classes “Online” Review course meeting time if class is on campus

16 AGENDA 1. Locating course schedule 2. Class selection 3. Register in GENYSIS 4. Enrollment Status 5. Class Attendance

17 Step Two: Class Selection for Incoming Students Register for “KEYS” Online Orientation listed on the schedule as GENE OL-OR Take GENE 101 “Contemporary Problems for Christian Leaders” first semester Enroll in 100 and 200 level classes

18 KEYS Online Orientation Provides resources for academic success Two-week, asynchronous online class Take before semester begins Mandatory for all students Pass or fail course Special note: Course dates for KEYS will be wrong in GENISYS. Pay special attention to the dates on the Course Schedule, because they are the correct ones.

19 KEYS Dates and CRN

20 Class Selection for Returning Students Complete 100 and 200 level classes before enrolling in upper level classes Take all pre-requisite classes Complete 100 and 200 level major classes

21 16 week classes vs 8 week classes 16 week classes: Operate throughout the entire semester Offered on campus only Must be a local student Located on the first (Blue) section of the course schedule

22 16 week classes vs. 8 week classes 8 week classes: Offered online and on campus Refer to the current course schedule found here for exact dates and times of class meetingshere

23 Class Selection Full-time students enroll in 12 credits per semester Full-time schedule example: On campus students: Four, 16-week classes Online students: Two, first session classes and Two, second session classes Half-time enroll in 6 credits per semester (one in each session)

24 CRN Numbers Write down desired CRN Always have a backup CRN

25 AGENDA 1. Locating course schedule 2. Class selection 3. Register in GENYSIS 4. Enrollment Status 5. Class Attendance

26 Step Three: Register for Classes in GENYSIS Congratulations you are ready to register!

27 Re-Open MyRegent Portal

28 Click on GENISYS

29 GENISYS

30 Registration

31 Register and Add/Drop Classes

32 Registering Scroll toward the bottom of the page Enter CRN numbers Click on submit Scroll back up Review results

33 Registration Screen Step 1 Step 2 Web Registered

34 Registration Completion Tuition is due on or before the first day of classes Online students order textbooks at Local students pick-up books at Regent University bookstore or have books delivered

35 Financial Aid Complete FASFA (Immediately, if you haven’t already!) Finalize financial aid package before classes New students: Review Financial Information on the Current Students websiteFinancial InformationCurrent Students Incoming students click on this link and apply for school- based scholarshipslink

36 Military Members Click on this link if you are planning to use Tuition Assistance and complete the Military Scholarship formlink

37 Second Session Starts (Sessions B and D) Separate registration period for these sessions Review the academic calendar for registration datesacademic calendar Last day to make changes to registration without an add/drop form is the day before second session classes begin

38 AGENDA 1. Locating course schedule 2. Class selection 3. Register in GENYSIS 4. Enrollment Status 5. Class Attendance

39 Step Four: Enrollment Status Registered classes appear in GENISYS Changes to registration can be made in Genisys until the day before classes begin Professors open classes in Blackboard one week prior to the start

40 AGENDA 1. Locating course schedule 2. Class selection 3. Register in GENYSIS 4. Enrollment Status 5. Class Attendance

41 Step Five: Class Attendance Participation at Regent University is defined by logging into your Blackboard course Class participation during week 1 is critical; failure to do so may lead to academic dismissal Attend all on campus meetings

42 Key Contacts DepartmentsPhone Number Financial Aid Registrar’s Office Business Office Admissions Office of Advising

43 Questions? Please contact your advisor at


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