Online registration for matriculated undergraduate students.

After you log in to CLASS, click on My Registration to begin.

Prepare for Registration


Open Planning

Open planning begins approximately three to four weeks before registration begins. In consultation with your adviser, you’ll select the courses appropriate for your major, indicate the special grading option available (normal, pass/fail, audit), and even select alternates (in case a course you’ve selected isn’t available). Check back before your registration appointment to make sure your adviser has reviewed your registration. You will not be permitted to register without this approval.


Registration for Fall and Spring Semesters

Once you receive your adviser’s approval, you will login at your appointed time (or anytime thereafter) and submit your registration to the system. Be sure to click SUBMIT to complete your registration. You’ll immediately be able to see your course confirmation listing your courses and their location.

Note: Classroom assignments periodically change, so please look at your confirmation again, right before classes begin.

Eligible post-baccalaureate students may begin to register by mail as of April 2, 2020. Registration forms should be mailed to: Office of the University Registrar, Adelphi University, One South Avenue, P.O. Box 701, Garden City, NY 11530. Registrations postmarked after August 1, 2020 must include a minimum payment of one-half of the tuition and fee charges, plus a $60 two payment fee.

Registration for Intersession

Registration begins for Intersession in Fall Semester. Dates to be announced.

Registration Limit
Only one course may be taken during Intersession.

Registration Requirements
All students registering for courses must meet all financial obligations relating to the registration, be in compliance with the New York State Immunization Law, and meet all the course requirements (prerequisites and other conditions stated in the course schedule) before registering. The University reserves the rights to enforce all regulations related to registration at any time.

Students who have holds on their registration must have them cleared by the registration deadline date in order to register. Course availability will be determined as of the day the block is cleared, not the day the registration was received (unless received after the block is cleared). This includes immunization, admissions, academic, and financial blocks. No exceptions will be made.


Summer Registration

Registration Limit
Students may register for a maximum of 6 credits during each five-week session or a total of 12 credits during the entire summer semester. Requests to exceed this maximum must be approved by the student’s advisor and the Office of Academic Services.

Registration Requirements
All students registering for courses must meet all financial obligations relating to the registration, be in compliance with the New York State Immunization Law, and meet all the course requirements (prerequisites and other conditions stated in the course schedule) before registering. The University reserves the right to enforce all regulations related to registration at any time.

Students who have holds on their registration must have them cleared by the registration deadline date in order to register. Course availability will be determined as of the day the hold is cleared, not the day the registration was received (unless received after the hold is cleared). This includes immunization, admissions, academic, and financial holds. No exceptions will be made.

Please Note: New York State Immunization Law requires all students registered for 6 or more credits, born after 1956, to prove immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella. Course registration and attendance at Adelphi University will not be possible without clearance by the Health Services Center.
Summer II Student Services - Office of the Registrar:  All customer interactions occur remotely.  Customers can visit the Registrar web site and can contact us at registrar@adelphi.edu.  We have six essential employees who visit campus on a rotating basis to perform certain functions that cannot be performed remotely, but the office remains closed to the public.

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