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Registration Information

View the online Course Schedule here

For a two-week period, beginning on the first day of the university-defined term or the start of each 8-week session, students may add or drop classes and receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees.  This two-week period is defined as the university's authorized add/drop period.


Students may change their class schedules online via GENISYS until the day before the start of the term. Once the term begins, students must complete the online Add/Drop Request Form to request schedule changes. Student registration changes made after the add/drop period are subject to the following refund provisions:


  • No refunds after the start of the third week of the university-defined term or 8-week session
  • Courses dropped after week one will appear on the student's transcript with a "W" or "WF" grade


Textbook Information:


To access the Blackboard store, log in to the MyRegent portal to access your Blackboard account. Then, select Blackboard Store from the main page:


Manual Add/Drop Requests:


You will need your Student ID and the following information located in the semester course schedule to complete the online add/drop form:

  • Course Reference Number (CRN - a 5 digit number)
  • Subject (e.g., ENGL)
  • Course Number (e.g., 101)
  • Section (e.g., 01)
  • Number of Credits (normally 3)


We recommend saving or printing the dated and timed receipt that you receive when you submit your registration request.  The receipt is confirmation that you have successfully submitted the add request for further processing.


Auditing a Course
Students who wish to enroll for a credit course on a noncredit basis are classified as auditors. Auditors must enroll to Regent University through regular admission procedures. Audited courses appear on transcripts without credit. Students taking courses for credit shall be given enrollment priority over auditors. Students auditing a course will pay half of the tuition fees. Financial aid will not be applied to audited courses.

Wait Listing
Any eligible student wishing to enroll in a course that has reached its authorized capacity may add him/herself to the waitlist for one or more sections of that course via the Genisys registration module. Students with administrative or academic holds should contact their Academic Advisor for registration assistance.