Info Graphic - Student timelineFollow the student timeline each semester.

  1. Semester Begins
    • Attend Department Welcome Meeting for Freshmen & Transfer students.
  2. Add/Drop Week
    • You may add or drop classes within the first week of the semester: Check the Academic Calendar and learn the dates for the current semester's add-drop period.
    • If you are in your final semester, check in with your adviser to make sure you don't have any outstanding requirements. Remember to submit the Intent to Graduate form.
  3. Registration Dates Available (Week 6)
    • Your registration date appears on MyESU portal.
  4. Create a tentative schedule one to two weeks before your upcoming enrollment date.
    • Many advisers will not meet with you until this is complete.
  5. Make an appointment to meet with your adviser one to two weeks before registration.
    • Meet with your adviser. Your adviser will give you a pin number which will allow you to register.
  6. On your registration date, you can choose your classes.
    • Check your registration date on your MyESU account.
    • You may change your schedule through the end of next semester’s add-drop week.

You should follow the four-year plans available in the undergraduate catalog. If you are not able to follow the plan, discuss this with your adviser so that you can make substitutions that will keep you on track.

If you are approaching graduation, meet with your adviser before or during add-drop week to make sure you have scheduled all the classes you need to fulfill requirements.

Contact Us

Please contact your college office with any questions about student advising:

  • College of Arts & Sciences: (570) 422-3494
  • College of Business & Management: (570) 422-3589
  • College of Education: (570) 422-3377
  • College of Health Sciences: (570) 422-3425
  • If you are undeclared, please call our Department of Academic Success: (570) 422-3383

Contact Information

Campus Address
Rosenkrans West Room 107
(570) 422-3494
(570) 422-3949 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Dean, College of Arts & Sciences