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Course Registration

Registration Process

Returning students are required to register prior to the start of each semester or term. Students may register through their Academic Advisor or Academic Success Counselor or online through the student portal The Student Portal login is at the top of post.edu. Whether students register in person or online, they must communicate with their Academic Advisor or Academic Success Counselor prior to registration. No credit will be given for a course unless the student is officially registered in that course prior to the close of the Add/Drop period.

Main Campus students who wish to take Accelerated Degree Program classes must maintain a cumulative grade point average of no less than a 2.75 and must complete the request form with their advisor and gain the approval from an Academic Dean.

Main Campus and Accelerated Degree Program Registration Process

Post University has updated the web registration system. Students can log in to the Student Portal by clicking the Student Login link which is also on post.edu in the top banner. After students log in to the Student Portal they are then able to visit My Academics on the left side and view their course schedule as well as reserve courses for future terms.

Currently reserving courses is a limited function that only students from the Accelerated Degree Program are permitted.

Students should consult with their Academic Success Counselor before reviewing the registration site. They can provide a quick walk through and confirm that the reservation has gone through. Academic Success Counselors are also happy to work with students to register or change their schedules. Currently they work closely with each student and keep them registered ahead for courses and confirm their schedules as the term gets closer. If at any time you have questions on your courses, or your degree progress please call 203.591.7101 or email asc@post.edu

American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Science Registration Process

American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences students register through the online registration system found on their student site. Once students are enrolled, they must register for their courses within the stated registration period for any given term as provided in the Academic Calendar on the public website. Courses are offered to provide students with convenience and flexibility to complete their studies. Concurrent course registration occurs when a student registers for more than one course in an 8-week term and registers for one or more courses in a subsequent month. For term-based programs, at no time may a student be registered for more than four courses concurrently in a 16-week period. Concurrent course registration cannot violate progression or prerequisite requirements. Concurrent course registration is subject to course availability. In unique cases and with prior approval of the Dean, a student may register for more than four courses in a 16-week period.

However, students should note the requirements and prerequisites for each class when reviewing the academic catalog for each course in order to be very clear on specific faculty expectations. When students log in through the student site at my.americansentinel.edu, they can select “Register Now” on the “I want to” drop-down menu. If a student is confused about the course, they need next, he or she should consult with their Student Success Advisor before registering. They can provide course guidance, a quick walk through of how to register, and confirm that the registration has been processed. If at any time you have questions on your courses, or your degree progress please call 303-557-9830 or e-mail asc-services@post.edu.

Registration Deadline

Students must register for courses by the end of the current term/semesters ADD/DROP period.


Schedule of Course Offerings

The Office of the Registrar, with approval from the Deans, are responsible for developing schedules of course offerings each term and working with faculty leadership to ensure classes are available to all necessary parties. Not all courses may be offered every term. Last-minute changes to schedules are avoided whenever possible but may be necessary to accommodate staffing and class size. The dean or designee is responsible for making the final decision to add, cancel, combine or split courses based on enrollment, academic effectiveness and other factors. Students will be given prompt notification of schedule changes.

2021-2023 ADP Course Schedules for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Evening & Weekends (Regional)*

*Excel file last updated 12/10/21.


Add/Drop Policy and Schedule Changes

The Office of the Registrar has available a schedule of classes prior to the beginning of each term. The schedule includes the courses that will be offered, the days and times at which they meet, and the name of the instructor. It also contains instructions for registration as well as other information, including the University Calendar. The University reserves the right to withdraw a course from the schedule up to and including the first week of classes. The University also sets limits on the number of students who may enroll in a class.

Students may make changes to their schedule during the “add/drop” period at the start of a term. A schedule change consists of adding or dropping a course or changing from one course section to another. Learn more about our Add/Drop Policy and Schedule Changes or other Academic Policies and Procedures like schedule changes, add/drop policies and course loads.