The summer semester schedule is available online in mid-December and the fall semester schedule is available in February. Enrollment for both summer and fall semesters takes place during March and April. The spring semester schedule is available online in mid-September and enrollment for spring semester takes place in October and November.
Enrollment for Summer and Fall classes begins in March and enrollment for Spring classes begins in October. Enrollment access dates span a period of four weeks, with seniors enrolling first and freshmen enrolling last.
Enrollment access dates are determined by your hours earned (does not include those in progress). Earned hours can be found on your academic transcript (available in MyCentral in the “UCM Student Records” section of the "Student Services" tab). It is very important to enroll early on your enrollment access date. Your access will be open at 12 a.m. (midnight) that day. Approximately 700 students enroll each day. Waiting a few hours can make a big difference in your schedule.
If you are an undergraduate student, limit all of your searches to “Undergraduate” in the “Course Level.” That way you don’t have to see all of the graduate level classes (Graduate students, you can do the same)!
If you only wish to take courses on the Warrensburg campus, limit all of your searches to “At UCM in Warrensburg” in the “Campus” field. This will prevent you from accidentally signing up for a class that is in another town or state.
Try searching for all of your prefixes at the same time instead of one by one – this makes it easier to compare days/times of your classes. You can do this by holding down your Ctrl key while you choose different “Subjects.” For example, you can look up ENGL, HIST, MATH and SOC together to make your schedule.
If you are taking a class that has a separate laboratory component (either with or without credit hours), be sure to add both lecture and lab at the same time or you will get an enrollment error.
The computer will not let you sign up for two classes at the same time or with any time overlap– you will get an enrollment error.
Searching for a class at a particular day/time? You can choose all subject areas (choose the first subject, hold Shift, choose the last subject) and then limit your search to your particular day/time (be careful, times must be exact!). This is also a good way to search for first and second half semester classes.
For more information about a class, click on the CRN (highlighted 5-digit number) and then again on the title of the course (also highlighted). This will show you the course prerequisites, waitlist numbers, withdrawal and refund dates, and instructor credentials.
Want an online class? Find all online courses by selecting all Subject areas (choose the first subject, hold Shift, choose the last subject) and then limit the “Schedule Type” field to “Online.”