OFFICE OF RECORDS AND REGISTRATION
Rev. John Goings
Note: Please refer to the following website for additional information about Selma University that is on file with the National Center for Education Statistics:
Registration begins during the week prior to the start of classes. A Schedule of Classes is produced by the Registrar’s Office that details the available courses and semester calendar. A late registration period will occur during the first week of classes.
To register for classes, students must be admitted to the university. Once students are admitted, they must take the placement exams unless they have achieved a 17 or better on the ACT English, Math or Reading or have taken a college level English or Math class and achieved a “C” or better in the course.
After taking the placement exams, students are directed to their advisor based on the major they choose on their application for admission.
The initial advisor will be the department chairperson who then will assign a permanent advisor for the student.
Once the students have met with their advisor, they may then proceed to the Office of Records and Registration to register their classes.
After registering, students must receive clearance from the Office of Financial Aid, The Office of Student Affairs, and the Office of Fiscal Affairs to be validated for registration. A student ID card must be acquired to finalize the student’s registration.
At the end of the registration period, the students’ class registrations will be verified with the business office for validation. Any students who have or have not validated classes by the end of the ADD/DROP period will be removed from classes.
During the registration period, all pertinent dates will be posted throughout the campus.
To request more information:
OFFICE OF REGISTRAR
Rev. John Goings
Mon-Fri 8:30am - 2:30pm