- Quick Tips for Registering
- Priority Registration for Current Students
- Search Schedule of Classes
- Search the Catalog
- Online Learning
- Online and In-Person Registration Process
- Closed Courses and Other Registration Errors
- Class Withdrawal
- Other Registration Conditions
- Course Fees and Additional Costs
- Courses at Other Institutions
- Adult and Professional Education at Xavier (APEX)
- Summer Sessions
Priority Registration is for currently enrolled students only. All other students can participate in Open Registration. Students participating in Priority Registration will receive a scheduled registration time several weeks in advance to the beginning of Priority Registration.
Students are required to meet all financial obligations prior to registration.
Students can find their Priority Registration appointment by checking their Registration Status on the on the Student Hub. Student Hub > Self-Service > Student Services > Registration > Prepare for Registration
Currently enrolled graduate students may begin to register for classes any time after registrations opens
Undergraduate students eligible to participate in Priority Registration may register for classes anytime after their assigned registration time slot through the close of all registration at the beginning of the semester. Priority Registration appointments are determined based on the number of earned hours as of the end of the previous semester.
- Undergraduate students are required to have an advisor's signature to register for classes
- Registration may be conducted online through the Student Hub or in person in the Registrar's Office.
Online registration is conducted through the Student Hub under "Self-Service".
Course registration (i.e. course add/drop) functionality is now available. Add and drop courses anytime, anywhere via your mobile device. For more information, visit the Mobile Application website.
All undergraduates conducting registration In-Person require an advisor's signature on a completed Registration Form.
Are You Ready for Online Learning?
Extensive research shows that students succeed in online and blended courses when they possess certain capabilities and attributes. Before registering for an online course, please complete a self-assessment to find out if online learning is right for you.
Additional Online Learning Information
For additional Online Learning information please visit the Xavier Online Learning website.
Information regarding registration can be found through the Student Hub under "Self-Service". Click on "Student Services" then "Registration" to check your Registration Status.
Registration cannot occur prior to a student's assigned time slot.
A class override form allows a student to register for a class while overriding a major restriction, pre-requisite, co-requisite, time conflict, or closed class error. The override form must be approved and signed by the appropriate department chair to allow registration. Alternatively, the department chair can also issue an electronic override, which would then allow the student to register via web registration. All overrides are subject to the authority and approval of the department chair.
Pre-Requisite/Test Score Error
A pre-requisite or test score error indicates the course you are attempting to register for has one or more course pre-requisites and/or a placement test score that must first be met in order to register for that particular course. You can view course pre-requisites by clicking on the course in the schedule of classes, or in the course descriptions in the University Catalog.
Following the 7th calendar day of the
Beginning with Spring 2016, students may withdraw from a course online through the Student Hub instead of using a paper form.
Open Registration begins after the conclusion of Priority Registration. This is open to all students who did not participate in Priority Registration.
Late registration begins on the first day of the semester and continues through the 7th calendar day of the semester.
Adding and Dropping Classes
Classes can be added and dropped from a student's schedule through the 7th calendar day of the semester with adviser's approval. Classes dropped during this period will have no repercussions on a student's academic record and will receive a 100% refund.
A drop/add form is required for course credit to be changed from credit to audit, or vice versa. Course taken as audit do not count toward full-time status for financial aid purposes. Refer to the University Catalog for academic policies regarding courses taken for audit.
A course can only be repeated 3 times including withdrawals. The previous course grade is excluded from the student's grade point average and the most recent course is included in the student’s grade point average, even if it is the occurance with the lowest grade. Refer to the University Catalog for academic policies regarding repetition of courses.
There are some specific types of courses that may be repeatable for credit. Examples of these courses include music and theatre performance courses, topics courses (where specific section topics/titles vary widely), independent studies/tutorials, and some internships. Any questions about the repeatability of courses should be directed to a student’s Dean Office or the Office of the Registrar.
Undergraduate Students: 18 hours maximum
Graduate Students: 15 hours maximum
Permission to exceed maximum course load limits, even if additional hours are being taken for audit, must be obtained from the college dean in writing and can be requested in advance. When written approval is submitted to the office of the registrar in advance of priority registration, the adjustment to the course load will be made by the beginning of priority registration.
Students desiring to take courses at an accredited non-consortium university must receive prior approval from their academic adviser and dean. To start this process the student must take the Off-Campus Approval Form and a copy of the other institution's description for the course to their academic advisor and dean to receive permission and verify that the credit will transfer. Credit will only be granted if a grade of "C" or better was earned. This grade will not be placed on the student's Xavier record and is not computed into their Xavier GPA. Once the course has been completed, the student must request a transcript be sent to the Office of the Registrar at the following address:
Office of the Registrar
Attn: Transfer Credit
3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45207-3351
Please view our University Catalog for more information.
Through the Greater Cincinnati Collegiate Connection (GC3), any degree-seeking student registered at least half-time may register at other schools in the area for courses not available at Xavier, subject to the approval of their college dean and the host institution. For details about cross-registration, check with the Office of the Registrar.
The member institutions include:
- Art Academy of Cincinnati
- Athenaeum of Ohio
- Chatfield College
- The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences
- Cincinnati State Technical and Community College
- College of Mount St. Joseph
- Gateway Community and Technical College
- God's Bible School and College
- Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science
- Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
- Miami University
- Northern Kentucky University
- Thomas More College
- Union Institute and University
- University of Cincinnati *UC has very limited course options. Please check with UC for their GC3 guidelines and restrictions.
- Wilmington College
- Xavier University
Please note that some GC3 member institutions have more limitations on course availability than others. To start the process students must complete the GCS Consortium Approval Form.
Xavier University has an articulation agreement with Chatfield College signed in December of 2015. Contact the Office of the Registrar for more information.