A Guide to Your First Year at UW Bothell

Week 7 - Register for Winter Quarter

week 7 register for winter quarter

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IMPORTANT DATES

  • November 11th - deadline for changing a courses grading option to S/NS
    Make sure you see your Advisor before making this change!
  • November 20 – 21st Registration opens for first year students (Log into MyUW to find your exact registration date)
  • November 27-28th – Thanksgiving Holiday – NO CLASSES

*Registration opens at 6:00am! (remember to register early, classes fill up quickly)

The Registrar’s Office, Cashier, Financial Aid, and ISS are all located in Husky Hall. Husky Hall is located across from student housing off of Beardslee Blvd. Here is the most recent campus map.

It’s almost time to register for winter quarter! Let’s figure out when registration opens for you. If you haven’t already done so, consider making an appointment with an Advisor to talk about classes.


How your registration date is selected

While there are multiple factors that decide when your registration date will be, students who are closest to graduating will be able to register first. This ensures they get the necessary credits to graduate on time. You will love this rule later in your college career.


Quick Questions: 10 Minute Walk-In Appointments

Advisors often schedule drop-in advising before registration starts.

Monday & Tuesday

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Wednesday & Thursday

  • 1:00 PM -3:00 PM


How to Register:

  • Find your registration date. Have your student number handy and see where you fall on the schedule. You can register as early as 6:00am on your registration day, and most students set an alarm to register at this time. Courses fill up quickly, so consider signing up at 6:00am. (You can always go back to bed after.)
  • Pick out your schedule ahead of time. Consider writing down the SLN numbers of the courses you plan to take. The SLN number is on the Time Schedule, it is the 5 digit code on the left hand side, next to the title of the class. This way, you just have to type in the numbers and hit “register”. Also write down some alternate courses to use as backups, just in case a class you want is full.
  • If a course you want is full, keep an eye on it. There are no waitlists but students often change their schedules before the first day of the quarter. You can sign up for Notify.UW to receive alerts when a seat opens up in a specific course. Don’t forget, you can change your schedule around as much as you want before the quarter begins!
  • If you are asked for an add code while adding a course, this simply means you must first speak with the instructor and get their permission to be enrolled in the class. You can download an add code form for CUSP courses online, and once the professor has signed them, bring them to an Advisor.
  • Co-requisite: If a course you are trying to add says co-requisite, this means you must take an additional course in the same quarter. To add these types of courses, you must input both SLN numbers at the same time before hitting the register button.
  • Once you have your schedule, print a copy to carry around with you. This way, you will have easy access to the times and locations during your first week.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call the CUSP office and one of our Student Assistants would be more than glad to help you out. Our phone number is 425-352-3427. We are located in UW1-173 (It is not a room, but an open space).


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