Register for Courses

Step 1 – Log into My Charlotte

Step 2 – Click on ‘Registration, Add/ Drop’

Step 3 – Select ‘Register for Classes’

Step 4 – Select the term that is open for registration and click ‘continue’

Step 5 – Search for classes by using the tabs labeled ‘Find Classes’ or ‘Enter CRN’

Searching for classes through ‘Find classes’

  • Click on the ‘Find Classes’ tab
  • Use the search fields (subject, course number, and course level) to find classes and click ‘search’
  • Once the course is selected click ‘Add’

Searching for Classes with CRN

  • Click on the ‘Enter CRN’ tab
  • In the search bar enter the CRN (if you would like to search for more CRNs click ‘Add Another CRN’)
  • Click Summary

Step 6 – When all classes have been added to the Summary, click submit to save the schedule.

Note: Classes will be pending until ‘Submit’ is clicked. Once submit is clicked classes will be officially registered.

Note: If any of the courses that you were enrolling in do not appear in the Current Schedule area, scroll to the bottom of the page to view the error message(s). The error message(s) will provide the reason why you were not able to enroll in the course(s).

Most Common Error Messages

  • Class Restriction – This error indicates that you are trying to register for a course that has a class standing requirement. Example: If you are a first-year student with 29 or fewer earned credits attempting to register for a sophmore level course, you will receive this error.
    • Class Standing: First-Year 0-29 earned credits; Sophomore 30-59 earned credits; Junior 60-89 earned credits; Senior 90 or more earn credits
  • Department Approval – This error indicates that the academic department requires that the student has permission to join the course.
  • Field of Study Restriction – This error indicates that the student is attempting to enroll in a course that is for majors only. This means that the course does not match the student’s current major.
  • Prerequisite and Test Score error – This error indicates that the student does not have the required prerequisite course(s) or placement test score to enroll in the course. Example: If you are attempting to enroll in MATH 1241, but you have not completed the prerequisite of MATH 1103 (or higher) or you have not taken or scored high enough on the Math Placement Exam, you will receive this error.