Multiple term registration allows on-campus, undergraduate students to register for an entire academic year at one time. Starting with priority registration on April 22, 2019, degree-seeking students are able to register for Summer 2019, Fall 2019, January 2020 and Spring 2020 simultaneously.
Keuka College's multi-term registration process gives students an advantage and the opportunity to:
- Plan ahead for the classes they need for the entire academic year
- Secure their schedule for Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring at the same time.
- Register Now, Pay later - tuition for future terms will not be due any earlier!
New this year: Online classes available all 4 terms!
Students can request to be registered in up to 2 online classes each term. See more information in the Online Courses FAQ section below.
Registration Appointment Times
Students will be invited to register for upcoming courses based on the number of credits they have earned as of the end of the Fall and/or January term, using the schedule below. Registration opens at 7 a.m. on each day:
|Registration Opens||Eligible Group||Description|
|Monday, April 22||Undergraduate Seniors||or Students with at least 85 completed credits|
|Tuesday, April 23||Undergraduate Juniors||or Students with at least 55 completed credits|
|Wed., April 24||Undergraduate Sophomores||or Students with at least 26 completed credits|
|Thurs., April 25||Undergraduate Freshmen||or Students with less than 26 completed credits|
Do I have to register for all the terms at one time?
No, you are not required to register for all terms. You can register for any of the open terms you choose, although we recommend you take advantage of multi-term registration.
Can students register for any term or do I have to register for summer first, fall second, and so on?
Though not required, registering for the terms in order is highly recommended as it will allow you to meet any pre- requisite requirements needed for a later term.
When is the last day to change my schedule for each term?
The last day to add or drop classes will vary depending on the term. Please see our academic calendar for exact dates for each term. You are strongly advised to consult with your academic advisor prior to making adjustments to your schedule.
- Summer 2019 - Drop by 1 day after the class begins
- Fall 2019 - Add/Drop by Tuesday, Sept 3, 2019
- January 2020 - Drop by 1 day after the class begins
- Spring 2020 - Add/Drop by Monday, February 3, 2020
What happens if I drop a class that is a pre-requisite for a course for which I registered for a future term?
Students will be dropped from all courses for which they do not meet the pre-requisites automatically by the Registrar's Office.
Can I place myself on a course waitlist for any term?
No, students are not able to place themselves on a course waitlist.
Review the course requirements in our Keuka College Record needed for your major and for successful completion of a Keuka College degree. Make sure you have a good understanding of the courses you need to take so that you will successfully achieve a minimum of 120 completed credit hours by graduation.
Check out the My Progress module in KC Self-Service to plan out your coursework by term and to be prepared when registration officially opens.
Make an appointment with your Academic Advisor, and/or Student Success Advisor to chart your plan for the entire upcoming academic year. If you're not sure who your advisors are, check KC Self-Service | Student Planning | Plan & Schedule | Advising.
Check on any holds you may have on your account which might prevent you from registering for classes. The Student Accounts office can inform you of any holds you have, or you will see any holds on your account once you begin the registration process.
What are my course options?
There are several course options to choose from, including face-to-face and online classes. Students can register for face-to-face and online classes via on KC Self-Service.
Where do I find a list of courses that are available by term?
Course schedules by term are located on the Schedule section on the Registrar’s website.
How do I find the course requirements of my major?
The Keuka College Course Catalog chronicles course descriptions, major and minor requirements, faculty and staff credentials, and a variety of academic policies. By clicking on the current academic year, you'll be able to navigate to your academic division, and academic major to view all the coursework required of you as a Keuka College student.
Having a solid understanding of these requirements will help you during the multi-term registration process and knowing which courses to register for.
Online courses can help you fulfill General Education requirements in less time. Classes are generally 5-7 weeks long.
NOTE: January online classes overlap with the Spring 2020 term. Be sure to check the end date of the class before registering. You will need to be able to manage a full term load in the Spring while finishing the January online classes.
Can I register for online classes in Webadvisor?
You can request to be registered for an online course using this form. You will be contacted via your Keuka College email when the registration is complete.
Is the cost structure different for an online class?
Yes. For on-campus students who register for online classes during the Summer and January terms, you will be charged a per credit tuition rate. Books are not included in the cost.
- Summer and January online classes: $493 per credit hour
- Fall and Spring term online classes: Included in your regular tuition (12-18 credits)
What if my online class has a lab?
If you are taking an online class that has a lab, you will need to come to campus during select dates when the lab is held.
What's the last day I can register for an online class?
Course registrations for online classes are due up to 2 weeks before the online class begins.
What is the drop date for online classes?
Courses can be dropped with a W grade 1 day after the class begins.
Do I have to pay for all the terms I've registered for at once?
No, our billing cycle for future terms remains unchanged. Payments will be due in the week's prior to an upcoming term.
When will I have to pay for each term?
Each term has a separate fee payment deadline, using the timeline below:
- Summer 2019 - Payment Due by August 1, 2019
- Fall 2019 - Payment Due by August 1, 2019
- January 2020 - Payment Due by January 20, 2020
- Spring 2020 - Payment Due by January 20, 2020
When will I receive my financial aid?
Financial aid disbursement will begin 10 days prior to the official start date of each term. Please visit the Financial Aid tab in WebAdvisor to see specific details for your account.
I have a hold on my account. How will this affect my ability to register for terms?
Students with holds on their account will be blocked from registering for any term until the hold is resolved.
What types of holds exist?
- Student Account Hold - The student has a monetary balance which needs to be addressed with the Student Accounts Office.
- Advising Hold - The student needs to meet with their Academic Advisor to review their course selections and have this hold removed.
- Financial Aid Hold - The student has not completed some portion of the Financial Aid paperwork to receive aid.