ATTENTION: Fall 2021 Registration Week will take place June 7-11 for all Pittsburgh-campus undergraduate and graduate students. Student Information Online (SIO) is currently displaying registration start times as 28 Jun 2021 12:00 AM EDT (Pittsburgh) for all students; however, fall 2021 registration start dates and times have not yet been finalized.
The University Registrar's Office manages the registration process and related activities for all CMU students. Our goal is that our online services make these processes easy and secure. The registration process may be completed in Student Information Online (SIO) in 4 easy steps.
Departments and faculty seeking registration, course and classroom scheduling, or grading information may visit the Enrollment Services for Faculty & Staff website.
Class Level & Enrollment Status
Undergraduate students are considered full time if registered for 36 or more units. Students should be sure to confirm their class level and enrollment status in SIO prior to registering.
Students must be registered for courses by the tenth day of classes or they will be administratively withdrawn for the semester. Any student who has been administratively withdrawn in error should immediately contact their academic advisor.
Students must meet course pre- and co-requisites when registering, and are subject to course space availability. The university is committed to ensuring that each degree candidate has access to a normal course load before permitting other students to register for a greater than normal number of units.
Course Time Conflicts
Students are discouraged from planning schedules in which course time conflicts exist. For exceptional circumstances, however, students may register for, or add, courses with time conflicts. Information about managing course time conflicts is available on the 4 Easy Steps to Registration webpage.
Visiting/Non-Degree Course Registration
Students enrolled as visiting/non-degree (VND) do not have registration start time assignments. View detailed information about enrolling as a VND student and registration.
Pre-College Programs & Summer Courses
Carnegie Mellon offers a variety of summer pre-college programs for high school students and courses and programs during the summer for current, visiting or high school students. View detailed information about enrolling in these programs or courses.
Study Abroad Registration
There are several processes that the University Registrar's Office and The HUB assist students with related to Study Abroad registration; however, students interested in studying abroad should visit the Office of International Education's Study Abroad for detailed information.