Loyola University Maryland

Records Office

Fall 2014 Registration

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Course Offerings

Students may review course offerings beginning February 14, 2014 using either of the following methods:

  • Go to inside.loyola.edu and login, then click Course Listings under Quick Links. You may use Course Listings to save to a preferred sections list prior to or during the open registration period; however, you must use WebAdvisor to actually register for those courses.

  • Go to inside.loyola.edu and login, then click WebAdvisor for Students > Registration > Search for Sections under WebAdvisor. Click section name and course title hyperlinks for more information, including prerequisites, corequisites, restrictions, and course descriptions.

Web Registration Dates

WebAdvisor Registration is open until 4 p.m., as follows:

Class of 2015: March 19, 2014

Class of 2016: March 26, 2014

Class of 2017: April 2, 2014

Registration assistance will be available on the dates specified above. Visit the Academic Advising and Support Center (MH 138), 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Completed and signed specialized study forms and any special permissions may be submitted to the Academic Advising and Support Center by 4 p.m., on the dates specified above. Otherwise, specialized study forms must be submitted to the Records Office (MH 141) by the close of the registration period, September 5, 2014. Special permission forms must be submitted to the Academic Advising and Support Center (MH 138) no later than September 5, 2014.

Making Alternative Arrangements for Registration

Students who cannot be present at their assigned registration time must contact the Academic Advising and Support Center no later than the day prior to the assigned registration time to make alternative arrangements. Students will be required to present a written statement explaining the reason for the absence and indicating their desired registration option, as listed below:

Option 1: Submit the completed registration form with alternative course selections and all necessary signatures to the Academic Advising and Support Center prior to the assigned registration date.

The registration will be entered at the designated registration appointment time. It is important to list alternative courses in the event that the courses or sections chosen are closed. The data entry operator will make every effort to process the registration as submitted; however, if all choices and reasonable options are exhausted, the student's registration will not be complete. It is the student's responsibility to contact the Academic Advising and Support Center to verify that the registration is complete and to make any necessary adjustments after the initial registration has been processed.

Option 2: Register on the assigned day any time after the scheduled appointment time. Students may use WebAdvisor any time after their assigned start time until 4 p.m., on the dates specified above. After 4 p.m., students should take the paper form to the Academic Advising and Support Center (MH138) for advising assistance and to the Records Office for registration processing.

Students who do not have the necessary criteria such as course permission forms or electronic permission, required prerequisites, incorrect major/minor/specialization, etc., will not be registered for course(s) requiring this criteria. All other course requests will be processed. Students will be expected to complete the necessary paperwork or contact the Academic Advising and Support Center. Priority in course selection will be lost.

Web Registration Procedures

Classes of 2015, 2016, and 2017: Use WebAdvisor from any computer with web access

  1. You should receive Web Registration access information and WebAdvisor user instructions via Loyola e-mail. If you do not receive this information within one week of your registration date, please contact the Records Office, 410-617-2659 or 2256.

  2. To access information regarding your registration appointment time and any financial restrictions that may prevent you from registering, click WebAdvisor for Students > Registration > Reg Appointment/Permission under WebAdvisor. If you have any questions, contact the Records Office, 410-617-2659 or 2256.

  3. It is important to check your Degree Audit (under WebAdvisor for Students > Academic Profile) prior to registration to make certain that your academic program information is accurate. Check your major and minor information, as some courses are restricted accordingly. Course prerequisites and restrictions are available via Course Listings or Search for Sections (click course title hyperlink).

  4. Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor prior to your assigned registration day to plan your schedule and select alternate course options. Use Course Listings or Search for Sections or consult with your advisor to select only open courses.

  5. Students are responsible for making certain that all degree course requirements are completed, including courses in the core, the major, the minor, and the total number of courses and credits. Refer to your Degree Audit (under WebAdvisor for Students > Academic Profile) and confer with your advisor.

  6. Make certain that your academic advisor has given you electronic permission to register prior to leaving the advising session; otherwise, you will not be able to web register. If your advisor signed your registration form but did not give you electronic permission to register, bring the signed form to the Records Office to receive electronic permission prior to your registration time.

    DO NOT wait until the day of registration to get your advisor's electronic or written signature. He/she may not have scheduled office hours on that day. Registrations cannot be processed without the advisor's electronic or written signature.

  7. Know your inside.loyola.edu Username and Password. For assistance with password resets, contact the Student Technology Center prior to registration using one of the following options:

    Telephone Support: Call 410-617-5555. Students must have their Loyola ID number.

    Walk-in Support: Knott Hall 108. Students must have their Loyola ID card.

    For information about recovering a forgotten password, visit the Student Technology Center website.

  8. Have all of your materials ready so you can promptly begin the registration process. Be sure to have your advisor's signature or electronic permission and any necessary forms and signatures before registering.

  9. On your assigned registration day and time, go to inside.loyola.edu and login, then click WebAdvisor for Students > Registration > Undergraduate Registration under WebAdvisor. Do not try to access WebAdvisor earlier, or you may face delays in being able to access the system at the appropriate time.

    Note: WebAdvisor operates effectively with the following internet browsers:

    - PCs: Internet Explorer 7–10; Firefox 8, 14, 19
    - Macs: Firefox 8, 14, 19; Safari 4, 5, 5.1, 6

    When working within WebAdvisor, it is best not to use the browser Back button. Also, do not keep a number of tabs open, as it will slow the registration process. More than six open tabs will result in an error message: You cannot open more than 6 tabs at one time. Please close any you are finished with.

  10. Once you have finished web registering, be certain to check My Class Schedule (under WebAdvisor for Students > Registration) to confirm accurate registration processing. This schedule will display finalized classroom assignments approximately two weeks prior to the start of classes.

Late Registration

Students who do not web register must go to the Academic Advising and Support Center (MH 138) to register in person, April 3, 2014 – September 5, 2014. Priority in course selection will be lost.


Students are responsible for knowing the regulations governing registration, withdrawal, and payment of tuition as summarized on this website and given in detail in the undergraduate catalogue. The University reserves the right to make any changes to scheduled course offerings and to cancel any class for which there is insufficient enrollment.