Online registration is available if you are a currently enrolled degree or certificate/certification seeking student and do not have a HOLD on your account.
Registration Holds and Warnings
There are certain Holds that will stop you from being able to enroll in, add or drop any courses.
You can check on Holds by navigating to the face icon in the upper right hand corner of MyAU. In the Personal Info section of MyAU (click "My profile & settings" link near top right of screen on the face icon and go to Academic Information). Contact the office noted if you are unsure why you have a Hold.
Registration Warnings will not prevent enrolling, adding or dropping. You do need to pay attention to the warning, however, in the case that there is something on your record that needs to be resolved.
Traditional undergraduate students must meet with their advisor/s prior to registration. Your advisor will process your clearance to enroll during your advising session. Student Athletes must also meet with Associate Director for Athletic Compliance for all Drop or Add course changes.
Graduate and all Professional & Graduate Studies students should check with their advisor or program office for advising information, registration requirements and last date to enroll information.
Online Registration begins at 12:01am on the following dates:
Traditional Undergraduate for Spring 2024:
November 6 - Seniors who have earned 85 or more credit hours and Post Baccalaureate
November 7 - Juniors who have earned 55 - 84 credit hours
November 8 - Sophomores who have earned 25 - 54 credit hours
November 9 - Freshmen who have earned 0 - 24 credit hours
To verify your class year, click "My profile & settings" link near top right corner of screen and go to Academic Information.
All Graduate & Professional Studies students:
Avila Professional & Graduate Studies- Enrollment Open NOW
Traditional Graduate Programs for Spring 2024:
Graduate Counseling Psychology - Starts November 3.
For all students, paper registration begins the same dates as shown above. Check with your advisor or department for additional information and questions.