Enrollment Services - Office of the Registrar


Bloomsburg University's Enrollment Services Office of the Registrar is the central office for student scheduling and registration, as well as commencement, college transcripts, undergraduate degree clearance, enrollment verifications, transfer credits, changing of a major, or declaring a minor.

Withdrawal Spring 2020

At the conclusion of the drop/add period, students will withdraw from a course through MyHusky. The withdrawal period for every term begins at the conclusion of drop/add and ends the last day of classes. Please refer to Enrollment Dates to identify that time period each term. You will sign into your MyHusky account, go to Enrollment Drop, select the course you want to withdraw from and then follow the instructions on the screens.

Once the process is complete, you will see a “W” grade next to the course in MyHusky. You will be able to withdraw from one or all of your courses through MyHusky. If you have a hold that will prevent you from dropping (withdrawing you from a course), you will need to go to the Office of the Registrar for further assistance. Please see the links below to log into MyHusky or for further instructions.

 

Summer 2020 Scheduling Information

March 30: Open enrollment begins to schedule Summer courses; for ALL Students.
There will be an accelerated 4 week ONLINE ONLY group of course offerings in both Session 2 and Session 3, in addition to the other 6 week courses. These 4 week classes will run from 05/18/2020 – 06/12/2020 in Session 2 and 6/29/2020 – 7/24/2020 in Session 3.

Enrollment Services Office

150 Student Services Center
570-389-4263

Office Hours
Fall — M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Spring — M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer — M-F, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

CEEB 2646
Federal School Code 003315

Course Offerings | Transcripts Request

 

Course Equivalency Tool: Always meet with your Academic Advisor for specific information concerning transfer courses and their application to your degree requirements.

Fall 2020 Scheduling Information

  •   March 30, Beginning 6:00 am and ending March 31 at Midnight - priority scheduling for ACT101, Athletes, Honors, Students with Accommodations, Trio, Veterans & BOG will be able to schedule for Fall classes. After March 31st, any further scheduling adjustments needed can be made during your assigned enrollment appointment time - based upon your EARNED credits.
       During this scheduling period students may schedule a maximum of 17 credits to allow for labs.
  •   March 30: open enrollment for Graduate Students.
  •   April 1– April 10: Scheduling for Fall 2020 according to EARNED credits based on the scheduling table.
        During this scheduling period, students may ONLY schedule up to 17 credits.
  •   Beginning April 11: Open enrollment; ALL STUDENTS can schedule up to 18 credits. Scheduling will continue until the end of add/drop for Fall 2020.

SCHEDULING TIMETABLE for Fall 2020 COURSES

Credits Earned Date
Priority Scheduling (Act101, Athletes, Honors, The Students with Accommodations, Trio, Veterans & BOG) Beginning 6:00 a.m. 3/30/2020; Ending Midnight on 3/31/2020
     
105 - 999 4/1/2020, 6:00 am
90 - 999 4/1/2020, 7:00 am
75 - 999 4/3/2020, 6:00 am
60 - 999 4/3/2020, 7:00 am
45 - 999 4/7/2020, 6:00 am
30 - 999 4/7/2020, 7:00 am
15 - 999 4/9/2020, 6:00 am
00 - 999 4/9/2020, 7:00 am

 
Open enrollment for scheduling is 4/11/2020 and continues through Add/Drop for Fall 2020

HOLDS

  •   Some academic departments and advisors may require advisees to seek advice before scheduling. If so, Advisement HOLDS may be placed on the students’ records.
  •   This hold requires you to make an appointment with your advisor, at that time the advisor would need to remove the hold in order to begin scheduling.
  •   All financial holds must be removed before you will be permitted to schedule, please see the Bursars Office in regards to removing those holds.

Below are links to assist you with logging in and scheduling in MyHusky:
Log into MyHusky/PeopleSoft
How to Swap a course
How to Add a course
How to Drop a course

Have you met your degree requirements?

There is a tool available online, which can assist in ensuring you are on track to meet all requirements for graduation. The Degree Audit is broken down line by line, and outlines all courses required for your major, all general education requirements, required electives, etc. Each section of the audit lists the units required, as well as the courses required to satisfy that section. Once the section has been satisfied, it will appear collapsed in the audit. You can utilize this tool throughout your entire college career. This includes those in graduate studies.

Access degree audit tutorials at MyHusky Tutorials.

Electronic Forms

The Office of the Registrar has implemented electronic forms for Prior Approvals, Major/Minor Change and Graduation Applications. These forms can be accessed via the MyHusky Student Center. Instructions on the uses of the new eForm and how to submit one can be found on MyHusky under E-Form Tutorials

New Electronic 509 Internship Application

We are pleased to announce the 509 Internship Application is now an E-Form. This form can accessed via the MyHusky Student Center. Instructions on how to complete the new form can be found on the MyHusky tutorial page