Registration Information for Grand Island, Lincoln, Omaha and Online Students

Registration Information for Grand Island, Lincoln, Omaha and Online Students

College of Professional Studies

Meet with our Enrollment Team or your Advisor to help you select courses and plan your way to graduation!

19/SUMM Term : May 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019



19/SUMM FLEX : July 21, 2019 - July 27, 2019




Registration Begins: April 22, 2019



Last Day to Add: May 10, 2019


Last Day to Drop: May 28, 2019 (Census Day)

When you register for your courses in Academic Planning, your registration will be COMPLETE and you will be responsible for the tuition due.  The last day to withdraw from a 19/SUMM course and receive a "W" grade is June 14, 2019.

Find New Student Orientation HERE        Find student resources here.

Find your campus course schedules here.

Find your syllabi here.

find your catalog & calendar here.

  • 19/SUMM Registration will be done in WebAdvisor Academic Planning!  Academic Planning is a 3 step process:
    1. Plan your courses.  Planning can be done anytime, well into the future
    2. Once the Schedule is released on April 8, plan your sections and request Advisor approval.
    3. Register for you sections starting April 22.
      • Priority Registration (Students finishing by December 2019) begins April 15.
Video 1: Plan Your Courses Video 2: Pick Sections & Request Advisor Approval Video 3: Register
Video for Master of Arts in Management majors Video for to Master of Arts in Counseling majors 10 Steps to Register Handout

Problems Using Webadvisor-Academic Planning?

If you are unsuccessful using WebAdvisor, go to to submit the courses you wish to register for. 

If you are doing this from an off campus computer, some browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox) require a crete\ before your name when you log-in (ex:crete\john.smith). Upon hitting submit on this form, an email will be sent to your advisor who can help you to enroll. You will need to state why you were unsuccessful using WebAdvisor (ex: you got a pre-requisite warning, you need a directed study, etc.)

Students without technology can come to campus to enroll in a computer lab.