ECE Registration Information
- Registration Process for Current ECE Students
- Registration Process for Transition to Major (T2M) Students
- Wait list for ECE courses
- Entering Transfer Students
- Frequently Asked Questions
All students are now required to meet with their academic advisor regarding their registration process.
Prior to meeting with your advisor, all ECE students must create/update their Student Educational Planner (SEP) in MyPurduePlan from the current semester forward to the completion of their degree. Once their SEP is complete, students will submit a Student Registration Profile (SRP) to signal completion of the process. Designated weeks have been pre-assigned for completion of this process based on a student's classification as listed in MyPurdue; however, priority students do not fit this policy so please know your status. Students who do not complete their SEP and submit their SRP during the time period specified will have their plan reviewed as time allows which could delay their registration process and risk not getting into the needed class(es).
When to complete SEP & SRP:
Priority & Seniors: January 20 -31
Juniors: February 3 - 14
Sophomores: February 17 - 28
Once a student's SEP is approved, they will receive an email directing them to schedule an appointment with their primary advisor during the specified times listed below. To guarantee a student is prepared for their registration process, their SEP must be completed during their designated time listed above and allow no less than 5 business days to be reviewed.
Meeting the above deadline will make you eligible to set up an appointment during the following weeks to receive your PIN:
When to meet with your advisor:
Priority & Seniors: February 3 - 14
Juniors: February 17 - 28
Sophomores: March 2 - 13
Students who do not meet with their academic advisor during the above specified times will be fit it as time allows which could lead to delaying their registration process and risk not getting into the needed class(es).
Identify your classification in myPurdue and know when you must complete the ECE pre-registration process (including completion of SEP, SRP and assigned meeting weeks with advisor
Determine the remaining courses you need to take to fulfill degree requirements by utilizing the degree audit sent to you from your academic advisor. Please do not reference the myPurduePlan worksheet, audit, or still needed tools as these are currently not 100% correct.
Review some Common Plan of Study Issues to help ensure you are creating a viable plan. Failure to address these items typically will result in a request to resubmit your SEP.
Use the SEP Instructions to create/update your SEP (note: Google Chrome may not work properly).
All students who plan to fulfill all degree requirements in the fall and will be graduating in December 2020, must complete the survey under Destination: Graduation located on MyPurdue.
Once your Student Educational Planner is complete and ready for review, you must submit a Student Registration Profile. This step will alert your advisor hat your SEP is ready for review.
Your academic advisor needs a minimum of 5 business days to review your plan prior to you scheduling your appointment. This is important to keep in mind as you could run out of time so plan ahead!
Once your advisor reviews your SEP, you will receive an email with a link to schedule your required meeting during your pre-determined weeks.
During your registration meeting you will discuss future workloads, possible experiential learning opportunities, preparation for post-graduation and any issues/concerns you want to talk about. Immediately following your meeting, your advisor will send an email with either your Registration PIN or notification of your Course Request Form being opened. If you do not receive this email by 5 p.m. on the day of your meeting, please reach out to them.
Check MyPurdue as well as watch for communication from the Office of the Registrar regarding your registration process. You will either use your registration PIN to go in to the MyPurdue system and register for courses during your assigned Time Ticket, or you will complete a Course Request Form to enter your planned courses and wait for those to be ran at a date later in the semester. Should you miss the deadline for your process, you risk not getting the courses you need so be vigilant on this process. Students who use the Course Request Form for their registration process will receive a Registration PIN for future use after they receive a schedule and wish to make changes. Should you lose or misplace your registration PIN prior to your Time Ticket, check the notes in BoilerConnect and/or your email. After you use your PIN one time, you will be able to retrieve it from myPurdue.
All students planning to transition to the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the end of the current semester are required to attend a group registration meeting. In some circumstances, a student may need to hold an individual meeting with and advisor which will be determined as they go through the registration process. T2M students will be sent an email to register for a group meeting where they will complete the pre-registration process so they must come prepared with a laptop. At this meeting, students will create a Student Education Planner (SEP) in myPurduePlan for the upcoming semester only. The rest of the SEP will be completed through graduation in the sophomore seminar next semester. Students who do not attend a meeting will be seen by an ECE academic advisor as time permits which could lead to a delay in their registration process and not getting into the needed class(es).
Attend a registration meeting. Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, students who did not attend a meeting prior to spring break must watch the presentation before proceeding.
Use the steps outlined in the meeting or in the presentation to complete the Student Educational Plan (SEP). Use the SEP Instructions to create/update your SEP (note: Google Chrome may not work properly).
Once your Student Educational Planner is complete and ready for review, you must submit a Student Registration Profile. T2M students use this SRP link. This step will alert your advisor know that your SEP is ready for review.
An academic advisor needs a minimum of 5 business days to review your plan so keep this in mind as you could run out of time before your registration process deadline.
Once your advisor reviews your SEP, you will receive an email with further instructions on entering courses into the Course Request Form (non-Priority Registration Students) or using your registration PIN during your Time Ticket (Priority Registration Students).
Priority Registration Students will use a Registration PIN to register for classes during their Time Ticket. This is a one-week window that cannot be reopened once it is past so be sure to know when you register. Your Time Ticket is available in myPurdue under the Registration tab. During this time, you will use your Registration PIN to register for the courses approved on your SEP using the Schedule Assistant.
Non-Priority Registration Students will use a Course Request Form (CRF) and must be completed no later than April 16, 2020. A batch registration will occur and provide you a schedule. If you need to make changes to your schedule, consult your academic advisor prior to making the changes and use your Registration PIN in the Schedule Assistant once approved by your advisor.
Check MyPurdue as well as watch for communication from the Office of the Registrar regarding your assigned Time Ticket/Batch Registration dates and processes. Should you lose or misplace your registration PIN prior to your Time Ticket, check the notes in BoilerConnect and/or your email. After you use your PIN one time, you will be able to retrieve it from myPurdue.
If you need in an ECE course or section that is currently closed or if there is a conflict with another required course, please complete the ECE Wait List request and you will be contacted by our office as soon as information is available.
The wait list should be utilized only when you are unable to fit a course into your schedule, either due to it being full or because of a time-conflict. Every attempt should be made to work out a schedule, even if you have to choose a section that is not your first choice; you can always make changes later should a space appear in your preferred section. You should not fill out the wait list to try to get into a more ‘desirable’ section of a course. If you need further assistance, please contact the ECE Undergraduate Advising Office at 494-3390 or stop by MSEE 140.
If you are an ECE student or non-ECE student who is getting an error when adding a course to your schedule, please complete the override request in Scheduling Assistant and your request will be reviewed by the ECE staff. Once your request has been processed, you will be notified via email with the results.
Foreign Language Courses
- Students planning on enrolling for the first time in a foreign language course who have taken 2 years or more of that language in high school must take the language placement exam. Students who have no previous courses in a language or who have less than 2 years of language study may fill out the override request through Scheduling Assistant to request to start at the 10100 level if departmental permission is required for enrollment.
Wine Appreciation (FS 47000)
- Students can request the override through Unitime once their time ticket is open. Students must bring a driver's license or passport to the Food Science Department (NLSN Rm 2203) to verify that the student will be 21 years old by the date specified by the FS Department. If a student brings his or her ID prior to the opening of the time ticket, the override will be placed in Banner.
Entering transfer students should have been working with ECE and have all their transfer credits reviewed before registering for courses. Once it has been determined if and how these credits will be used toward one of the ECE degrees, the student will be provided with a schedule recommendation and their Registration PIN number. Detailed instructions for registration can be found here for using myPurdue or here for using the Scheduling Assistant.