Registration: Search function, CRNs, waitlisting
From Alexa Gordon on March 13th, 2019
Today we want to show you how to register for classes on FoxLink.
First, log in to FoxLink and click on your Student tab and select “Registration and Student Records”.
We’ve made some changes to this page recently so be sure to take a look around. You can access links related to your academics, such as DegreeWorks and your unofficial transcript here. Or you can review any holds that may be on your student account here.
Today we’ll focus on registering for classes. You will see the Registration channel in the middle of your profile. Now select, “Add/Drop/Register for Classes.”
This takes us to another new screen that gives you easy access to registration information and the course catalog. For registration, click on “Register for Classes” and select the appropriate registration term from the drop-down menu. If you are a College of Liberal Arts or Holt student, select the term marked CLA/Holt.
You can search for courses by subject or level here. I’ll search for a course in Art History as an example.
I’d like to take Dr. Libby’s ARH 120 course so I’ll click “Add”.
You can also register using CRNs. Course Reference Numbers, or CRNs, are the five digit codes associated with each class at Rollins. I’ve already met with my faculty advisor and know the CRNs for 2 other courses I’d like to register for.
You’ll notice my course choices appear both in my summary and in my class calendar here.
My status in these courses is “pending” so I need to click the Submit button.
If your save is successful, you’ll see your status change to “registered”.
I’d like to add one more course that I know is full so I can add myself to the Waitlist.
After I click Submit, you’ll see that I receive an Error message here in my Status Column and above. I want to be on the waitlist for this course, so I will select “Add to Waitlist” from the drop down menu and submit my change.
My save was successful and my status has changed to “Waitlisted”.
Remember, getting on a waitlist for a course does not guarantee enrollment, so it would be a good idea to register for a backup course. Most students at Rollins take between 16 and 20 credit hours per semester in order to graduate on time. Work closely with your faculty advisor to create a plan that works for you.
Finally, if you have any questions about the registration process, please visit the Office of the Registrar on the 2nd floor of the Carnegie building during our normal business hours. You can also email your questions to email@example.com.