Course Registration & Webtree

Registering can be a little intimidating. Let's take it step-by-step.

Step 1: Make a Plan

All students must register for four academic courses. (You'll add non-credit courses-physical education, applied music, military science-later.)

Before registration, choose the four courses you want to take. For suggestions, look at information about course options.

You probably won't get all four of your first picks. Don't panic! Be flexible (there will be other semesters). Choose several alternates for each course. Be aware of time conflicts.

There isn't a set schedule for students interested in a particular major. The first two years emphasize general requirements. A variety of course selections are appropriate and desirable.

Advisers will be available in June for email or phone questions if you need more help.

Step 2: Use the "WebTree" to Submit Your Class Preferences

New students can submit their course preferences on the WebTree site any time between June 1 and June 30. The WebTree is where you'll fill in the courses and alternates you've decided on.

Step 3: Meet with Your Academic Adviser

You'll be assigned an academic adviser when you arrive for orientation. Your adviser will go over your schedule with you and together you'll decide if you need to make any changes.

Step 4: Make Changes to Your Schedule (if needed)

You'll be able to make changes to your course schedule on the Friday of orientation using Banner Self Service online.

Step 5: Late Changes (if needed)

During your first week of class, you are allowed to add or drop classes using Banner Self-Service online unless there are permissions or exceptions for the class. For those classes you'll need to go to the Registrar's Office.

During your second week of class, you are allowed to add or drop a class, but you must go to the Registrar's Office and pay an add/drop fee. You can't use the Banner Self-Service site.

If you didn't find what you were looking for and have additional questions please email registrar@davidson.edu.