Registration for Spring 2024 opens Wednesday, November 8.
How do I use the Prepare for Registration page?
Meeting with your Advisor
You will need to meet with your advisor to discuss your upcoming semester registration. Your advisor will need to end your Registration Advising Hold - UG in Banner before you will be able to go into Banner and enter your classes.. If your advisor is not available, you may try to schedule an appointment with the department chair for your major or reach out to the Constantin Dean’s Office in Braniff.
Early registration clearance
Office of Finance (Business Office) clearance is required for early registration. Please check for any holds from other offices that may prevent registration. These holds could be from Financial Aid, Library, Student Life, and Registrar.
What if there is a hold on my account?
A Hold can be put on a student’s account by various departments for different reasons. Some of the most common causes of a hold being placed on a student’s account are:
A hold can limit interactions within BannerWeb-Student. These holds can limit Enrollment Verification, Transcript Requests, Applying for Graduation, Registering for Classes, Reviewing Grades, and Accounts Receivable transactions.
It's easy to view if your account has a hold prior to registration. Follow the steps below to check if you have a hold. If you do have a hold, you will need to contact the appropriate department to have the hold released.
Please use the link for contact information to other offices at University of Dallas https://udallas.edu/offices/index.php
How do I get to the Registration landing page?
How do I view the Course Catalog?
The course catalog can be found in BannerWeb:
How do I view current Class Sections being offered?
How do I view the dates and meeting times of a course?
How do I register for classes?
What is a CRN?
A CRN, or Course Reference Number, is the unique 5-digit number that is assigned to each course. This number is used when registering for each of your courses and can be found in the Schedule of Classes. The starting numbers within the CRN are configured based upon term structure. CRN numbers will change each semester.
1XXXX - Spring
4XXXX - Summer
7XXXX - Fall
How do I register for classes using Course Reference Numbers (CRNs)?
I have a registration error, what does it mean?
Duplicate Course – This error message means you are already successfully registered for another a section/meeting time of the same course or you have already successfully completed the course in a different term. You will need to remove the duplicate course before adding new sections.
College Restriction – This error message means that you have tried to register for a section that is only available to students admitted into a specific college/school (Braniff, College of Business).
Student Attribute Restriction – This error message means the class section is restricted to students with a specific student attribute (such as honors).
Program Restriction – This error message means the class section is restricted to students in a particular program. If you receive this message it means you are not associated with the program.
Cohort Restriction – A cohort restriction means that the class section is specifically for a cohort.
Class Restriction - This means that you have tried to register for a class that is only available to students in specific classes (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior).
Closed Section – This means that the section/meeting time is full. There is no space available in the section. You will need to search for another class section.
Co-requisite is Required - This error message means that the major requires another course or courses be taken during the same semester.
Degree Restriction – A degree restriction error means the class section is restricted to students in a particular degree.
Level Restriction – A level restriction error means that you have tried to register for a class that is only available to students with a specific level (Undergraduate, Graduate).
Major Restriction - A major restriction error means that you have tried to register for a class that is only available to students with specific majors.
Field of Study Restriction – Major departments place restrictions on some of sections of their courses. As a result, certain sections of a course are reserved for a particular major. Although the course may be required for your major, the section/meeting time you are trying to register for is reserved for students in another major. If you get this message you will need to search and register for another section that has no restrictions.
Prerequisite and Test Score Error – Major departments may place prerequisite or test scores on their sections. What this means is you need to successfully complete a lower level course or test prior to registering for this section.
Time conflict with CRN XXXXX – You are registered for another course that means at the same time as one you are now trying to add. You may not register for courses with conflicting times.
Time tickets prevent registration at this time – You cannot register at this time as outlined by the Registrar's office. Remember registration times are dependent on the number of credits you have completed with a final grade. Courses you are currently enrolled in do not count in the number of credits required to register in an earlier time slot. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact the Registrar's office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I check course restrictions prior to registering?
How do I check the grade mode(s) for the course?
Why can't I drop my last course?
University of Dallas' information systems are configured to limit dropping of all courses. In the event you are trying to drop a class during the registration process you inadvertently registered for and you have not registered for any other classes by hitting the submit button, you will need to add another class and then go back and drop the prior class.
What do I do if I get a Co-Requisite is Required Error?
This error message means that the class requires another course or courses to be taken during the same semester. This message usually shows up when you are trying to register for a class that has a lab associated with it like Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Math. You must enter both the class and lab at the same time in order to be able to register for the class. If you only need to to be enrolled in either the class or the lab and not both, please go to the Registrar’s Office for assistance.
What is my username and password for BannerWeb-Student?
Your username will be the first part of your student university email address before the "@", and your password will be the same as signing into a computer on campus. If you have not logged into a computer on campus or have not changed your password, it will be your student ID number.
Who do I contact for Registration, Academic History, and Program Changes?
If you have questions about registration, changing majors, grades, academic history, etc please contact the Office of the Registrar at:
Office of the Registrar
Cardinal Farrell Hall, Ste. 180
1845 E Northgate Dr
Irving, TX 75062
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
How do I bookmark BannerWeb-Student for Registration?
BannerWeb utilizes single sign on. Each time the link is accessed a new Security Assertions Markup Language (SAML) token is generated. If you want to bookmark the BannerWeb link you will need to perform the following steps to successfully copy the URL for bookmarking:
If you do not directly copy the link address from above, you may receive a message stating “Authentication Error! Something went wrong during the authentication process. Please try signing in again.”
I get a blue screen with SAML logout successful. What does that mean?
There could be two reasons that you are receiving this error. The first reason is that you have timed out of the session you were previously logged into. BannerWeb has a timeout set at 120 minutes. After 120 minutes of inactivity you will be automatically signed out.
The second reason could be that you have an active session that is trying to use a different SAML token competing against the current login. Only one BannerWeb session should be logged into at once if you are on a mobile device. Please follow the steps below to assist with resolving the login issue.
How do I clear my web browser cache?
If you are unable to sign into Banner Web and receive an error message, try clearing
your browsing history. Directions are below. When troubleshooting issues with any
site, always exit your browser completely after clearing your cache before attempting
to access the site again. In Windows, close all your browser windows; in Mac OS X,
quit your browser.
Mobile Safari for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad)
To clear cache and cookies:
To clear history:
Adding a new phone number in BannerWeb-Student
The following steps outline how to add new phone numbers within BannerWeb. Please note if your address, phone, and email address appear correct within BannerWeb you do not need to update the information.
How do I view my grades?
How do I view my financial aid information?
How do I upload financial aid documentation?
To view a list of previously uploaded documents, click the My Documents tab along the top. To view the document, click the eye icon next to the corresponding document.
Different classifications of students register at 7:00am on different days. Look to Banner to see your classification, which is determined by the number of hours you have already earned and does not include the hours you are currently enrolled in.
Wednesday, November 8
|Friday, November 10|
|Monday, November 13|
|Wednesday, November 15|
Students must meet with their academic advisors so they can assist with choosing the right courses. Your primary advisor is listed on your Banner profile. After this meeting, your advisor can remove your Advising Registration Hold.
If you have any questions about your advisor or need to change your major please contact the Registrar's Office immediately so they can make the necessary updates prior to the start of registration.
Note: ALT pins are only required for underclassmen (FR, SO, JR) who are in the ROTC program. You can contact your advisor or the Registrar's Office to receive your PIN.
Make sure to check your Banner account regularly to ensure that you have no holds. Most holds will prevent you from registering for classes.
All the information on academic programs and policies, including degree plans for
undergraduate majors, are in the University Bulletin (https://udallas.edu/bulletin)