Registration Information

New Students

Students must complete the enrollment process before being able to register as outlined in the steps below.

  1. Complete an admissions application form, which is available online or in Berks Hall, Room 111 (B111), by the posted deadline.
  2. Schedule placement testing by calling 610-607-6224 or by stopping by B111.
  3. Meet with an Enrollment Services Coordinator to review your placement test results and past academic records and register for classes. Most students will attend a group advising session immediately after taking placement test.
  4. After registering for classes, you can print your schedule and bill from WebAdvisor. If you would like to receive your schedule and a bill via mail, please contact the Records Office at 610-607-6243.

Currently Enrolled Students

  • We strongly recommend that you meet with your advisor, who will help you make decisions about which classes to take and how to best pursue your academic interests by engaging in volunteer activities, internships, student organizations, and other activities. Meeting with your advisor and registering early in the registration period (which begins mid-October for spring and summer and mid-March for fall) will give you the best chance of registering for the classes you need at the times you want. Registration dates and deadlines are posted on the college calendar (link to calendar with reg dates).
  • You can find your advisor's contact information and office hours through WebAdvisor.
  • After registering for classes, you can print your schedule and bill from WebAdvisor. If you would like to receive your schedule and a bill via mail, please contact the Records Office at 610-607-6243.

Readmitted Students

Students must complete the enrollment process before being able to register as outlined in the steps below.

  1. An admissions application form, which is available online or in Berks Hall, Room 111 (B111) by the posted deadline.
  2. Schedule placement testing, if required by calling 610-607-6224 or by stopping by B111. You will need to retest if your most recent test scores are over 2 years old and you have not completed the courses required by those test scores.
  3. Meet with an Enrollment Services Coordinator or your academic advisor to review your placement test results and past academic records and register for classes. We strongly recommend that you meet with an advisor, who will help you make decisions about which classes to take and how to best pursue your academic interests by engaging in volunteer activities, internships, student organizations, and other activities.
  4. After registering for classes, you can print your schedule and bill from WebAdvisor. If you would like to receive your schedule and a bill via mail, please contact the Records Office at 610-607-6243.