No matter what kind of student you are at Gateway, you will need to register for courses. Discover everything you need to register for your courses whether you're a new student, returning student, a single-course taker, or working towards your degree, diploma or certificate. Our Registrar's Office is here to help! You can find either quick links to your right or postcards with information to help you.

Register for Courses

Not sure how to register? Whether you’re a single-course-taker or a student enrolled in a diploma or degree program, after you find open classes, we have easy-to-follow instructions for registering for courses using My Gateway. 

Register as a Program Student | Register as a Single-Course Taker

Registration Dates and Priority Registration

Don’t wait to register for classes you need. Make sure you’re ready by knowing your upcoming registration dates and eligibility for Priority Registration.

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Registration Guidelines and Information

Be prepared to register for classes by equipping yourself with important information on adding or dropping a class and more. 

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Waitlists are offered for a majority of Gateway’s postsecondary course sections. If a class you wish to register for is full, you can join a waitlist via My Gateway | Register and Schedule | Register and Drop Courses. Remember, the best way to avoid a waitlist is to register as soon as you can!

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Student Records and Graduation

Whether you’re about to graduate or need your transcripts or records as a Gateway student, the Registrar’s Office can help you find the information you need.

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Add/Drop/Withdrawal Policies

Since official registration allows you to both attend and earn credit, it’s important to understand the deadlines and requirements for registration, as well as how you can petition for late registration. 

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Withdrawals and Title IV Funds

If you accept federal funds through any Financial Aid, please be aware of attendance and withdrawal policies and deadlines that affect how Gateway determines how much financial aid students must return.

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