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Use the Registration Road Map to make enrolling as easy as 1, 2, 3. See you in class!

Course-based Registration

​Course-based registration means you are required to build your own timetable and register for each individual course. We recommend getting ready by checking the scheduled times available for each course and building your ideal timetable before registration begins.

  • Log in to MyHumber
  • Select Student
  • Select Academic Progress
  • See courses with Still Needed requirement​
  • Click on the Course Code hyperlink to see the scheduled times for each course. You will be registering with the CRN (Course Reference Number) which is unique to each course section

Degree students, please view the Degree Elective Requirements section at the bottom of Academic Progress. Remember to also review the important Degree Breadth Elective information.​

You’ll have three options to add your courses: entering individual CRNs noted from your Academic Progress, finding your classes with the search function, or adding from a plan you built ahead of time.​

  • Log in to MyHumber
  • Select Student
  • Select Registration​
  • Select Register for Classes 
  • Select Term ​
  • Select the tab for how you’d like to register

Option 1 – Find Classes​​

  • Type in Subject and Course Number (e.g. Subject BISM, Course Number 100) or Course and Elective Attributes and Search ​​
  • Select Add​​

​Option 2 – Enter CRNS​​

  • Enter the CRN you noted from your Academic Progress
  • Select Add to Summary​​
  • To add a new CRN line, click on + Add Another CRN or use Tab key​​

Option 3 – Plans​ (check out the Build a Course-based Plan section for how to use Plan Ahead)

  • Select Add All

The Schedule and Summary tab will show your added course(s). Verify you have the necessary pre-requisites and the matrix is conflict free, then Submit to register. ​

​Ensure you see Registered status next to each course. ​

​Congratulations - you’ve successfully registered for the term!​

​Rather watch a video to learn how to register for course-based courses? We got you.