Register for Classes

Before registering for classes for the first time, you must apply to Saint Paul College, complete the admissions process, and attend Orientation.

You can register using the dates listed below if you have already applied and completed the admissions process. 

Current and returning students.

Current and returning students can register for classes in eServices according to the dates listed below. 

Summer Term 2024 Registration

Registration is NOW OPEN.
Mandatory orientation is required for the new students, course registration will take place at orientation.

Fall Semester 2024 Registration

Registration is NOW OPEN.
Mandatory orientation is required for the new students, course registration will take place at orientation.

Spring Semester 2025 Registration

Spring Semester 2024 Course Schedule will be available February 19, 2024. Priority Registration begins October 8, 2024 for current students. Registration begins October 28, 2024, for new and returning students.
Mandatory orientation is required for the new students, course registration will take place at orientation.

Summer Term 2025 Registration

Summer Term 2025 Course Schedule will be available February 19, 2024. Priority Registration begins October 8, 2024 for current students. Registration begins October 28, 2024, for new and returning students.
Mandatory orientation is required for the new students, course registration will take place at orientation.

Additional registration information.

Registration

To register for classes, you will need your StarID and StarID password. If you do not recall your StarID and StarID password, you can retrieve it at eServices.

Mandatory orientation is required for new students for the Fall 2022 semester, students will register at orientation.

How to Determine How Many Classes to Take

Your work schedule, your other outside responsibilities and your individual strengths and/or weaknesses as a student should be factored into determining the number of classes you enroll in each semester.

Remember that for each hour you spend IN class you will have up to 2-3 hours of preparation work OUT of class. These are recommended course loads.

  • If you work 30 – 40 hours or more/week, consider taking no more than one or two classes, or up to 5 credits per semester.
  • If you work 20 – 30 hours/week, consider taking no more than 2-3 classes, or up to 6-9 credits per semester.
  • If you work 10 – 20 hours/week, consider taking no more than 3-4 classes, or up to 9-12 credits per semester.
  • If you work less than 10 hours/week, consider taking 4 or more classes, or up to 12-15 credits per semester.

Understanding the Catalog

The Catalog is designed to assist students in academic and career plans. Our Degree Planners provide the following information:

  • Minimum Program Entry Requirements
  • Recommended Course Sequence and
  • Program Outcomes.

On each program page, you will find vital information regarding your program information about who the Program Advisors are, and the courses required to complete the program. Some programs require students to complete all minimum entry requirements before beginning the program courses, while others allow students to take program courses while completing the entry requirements.

Students are strongly encouraged to work closely with their Pathway Advisors and Program Faculty to determine which courses to register for and when. Associate in Arts (AA) degree students, Health Broad Field AS degree students, and students who intend to transfer are strongly encouraged to work with the Advising Center to plan for registration.

Tuition and Payment Information

Textbooks

Student Account Inquiries

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Satisfactory Academic Progress Guidelines Standards for All Students

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Students bear primary responsibility for their own academic progress and for seeking assistance when experiencing academic difficulty. Students are encouraged to keep a file of their grades and transcripts.

Saint Paul College has a Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy which requires students who have attempted one or more credits (including transfer credits) to maintain:

  1. a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 and
  2. a completion rate of at least 66.67% of the cumulative credits attempted with earned grades of A, B, C, D, P or AU.

If these requirements are not met, students will be put on academic warning or in some cases suspended. If the cumulative GPA or completion rate falls below minimum standards for a second term, the student may be suspended from the College. A 2.0 GPA in program required courses is a requisite for graduation.

Exception: A letter grade of “D” is considered to be a failure in the following programs: Practical Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technician, Respiratory Care Practitioner and Sign Language Interpreter/Transliterator AAS (language and interpreting skill classes), and all ESOL/EAPP classes.

Students seeking admission to Saint Paul College who have attended another college or university and do not meet Saint Paul College’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards must appeal for admission.

Academic Warning
The first time academic standards are not met, the student will be placed on academic warning for the next term of enrollment. Once the warning is issued, a hold is placed on the student’s account. The student must fill out the online Academic Warning Agreement Form to have the registration hold removed.

While on academic warning, a student is required to earn the following:

  1. A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher and
  2. Maintain a minimum cumulative completion rate of 66.67%

Students will be suspended unless a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher and a cumulative completion rate of 66.67% or higher is achieved.

Academic Suspension
Students who fail to meet satisfactory academic progress standards while on academic warning will be placed on academic suspension for two terms. All students placed on suspension must appeal to be reinstated.

Using DARS or Degree Audit Portal (uAchieve Self-Service) to help plan for registration

Degree Audit Reporting System

There are a couple of useful tools available to students via eServices that allow them to track their coursework and progression toward completing degree requirements and graduation. The first option is DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System) which allows students to review program requirements and track courses that they have already completed or still need to complete to fulfill all degree requirements.

Accessing eServices to view your Degree Audit Report (DARS)

  • Click on eServices
  • Log in with Star ID and password
  • Select Academic Records from the left side menu
  • Select Degree Audit Portal from the left side menu
  • Select Click here to access Degree Audit Self-Service
  • Log in with Star ID and password to view your DARS for degree progression and completion
  • How to read your degree audit

The second option is a new platform called uAchieve Self-Service, which students can access by clicking on the Degree Audit Portal link in eServices. By accessing their audit through the Portal, students can:

  • View their degree audits to determine which classes are required for their declared major, keep track of what they have already completed, and to help select appropriate courses to register for each semester
  • Run “what if” audits to determine how completed coursework would apply to a different major
  • Understand how previous college coursework transferred in, as well as how AP and CLEP credits apply to their major

For more information on how to use uAchieve Self-Service, review these tutorials: