Schedule Classes

STAY ON TRACK! Take 30 credits a year, register early, ask your advisor, choose your major, and keep up your grades.

Are you on track to register? 

If you are a returning former student*, don't forget to re-enroll first! Learn more about re-enrollment.

If you are a student on academic probation, you will have to meet with a professional academic advisor before you can schedule your classes.  Please make an advising appointment

STEP 1: Ready...

Meet with your advisor to review your audit, confirm your degree plans and get course recommendations for next semester: 

  1. Confirm your faculty advisor (see instructions to the left)
  2. Make an advising appointment
  3. Prepare for your remote advising appointment

Run and review your degree audit before meeting with your advisor: 

  1. Log into myMiami and access BannerWeb.

  2. Go to One Stop for more information.

STEP 2: Get Set...

Your Time Ticket is a window of registration time in which you are able to add courses to your schedule. Time Tickets are designated by completed hours; juniors and seniors have earlier Time Tickets than sophomores or freshmen. To find your Time Ticket, follow these instructions: 

  1. Log in to myMiami and access BannerWeb.

  2. Click Student Services & Financial Aid.

  3. Click Registration.

  4. Click Check your Registration Status and Your Registration Dates & Times.

If you note any holds, contact the One Stop for information on how to clear them.

STEP 3: Go!

Schedule your classes according to your degree audit and time ticket: 

  1. Access BannerWeb.

  2. Click the Student Services & Financial Aid tab.

  3. Click Registration.

  4. Click Look-up Classes to Add.

  5. Select the semester for which you want to search.

  6. Click Submit to start searching and registering!

You can hold the CTRL key down to select multiple options in any search field. Remember that you can search by Attribute Type to find courses that meet specific Global Miami Plan Foundation areas, or online/hybrid courses.  Also, you can search by day of week/time of day, to find courses that fit your schedule.  

Need More Information about Registration?

Find more information about registration at the One Stop website.

Read through these Registration Tips to help you register for classes effectively

*If you have previously completed coursework as a degree-seeking student at any of the three Miami campuses, you are a returning former student. You should complete the reenrollment form before registering for courses.

If you never enrolled in classes but have applied to Miami Regionals before, contact the Office of Admission in Hamilton or Middletown to complete an application.