Spring 2014 priority registration begins on Monday November 4, 2013. Web registration will be available to continuing graduate and undergraduate students currently enrolled for the Fall 2013 term. Web Registration is available from 8AM to 9PM. You may access course information and register through Webadvisor on https://webadvisor.fdu.edu
You are required to meet with an academic advisor to prepare your schedule and to obtain access to register on the web. Academic Advising begins on Monday October 28, 2013. During Priority Registration students must register on the days designated for them based on the number of credits they have completed up to but not including the Fall 2013 term. Students will receive the date that they may begin to register via the US mail, approximately two weeks prior to the Priority Registration Period. The information is also available on the FDU website (click here). Please note: the Priority Registration period is from November 4, 2013 through November 19, 2013. Thereafter, a student may register on the web at any time up to January 26, 2014.
You are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor before registering on the web. The period of eligibility to register on the web begins on the first day of Priority Registration, which is November 4, 2013 for the Spring 2014 term. Many graduate courses have variable start dates; therefore, you may register for a course up to the day before a class begins.
Please note: If you are registering for 3-4-5-6 week module courses and they are pre-requisites to one another, you must register for the courses in sequential order and you must register for one course at a time and finalize each transaction.
When selecting courses, if you select a course for which you are not eligible to enroll, your entire schedule will not be processed. Please delete this course in order to proceed and finalize your registration. You must check your schedule for accuracy when you complete the registration process.
In order to register on the web, a student must have a Webmail account and a Webadvisor account. To create a Webmail account, students should go to: webmail.fdu.edu. To request a Webadvisor account, email firstname.lastname@example.org from your newly created Webmail account. State that you are a graduate student requesting access to WebAdvisor and be sure to include your student ID number. Webadvisor is the program that gives you access to register, view your academic record, billing and financial aid awards.