Enrollment Process Baldwin City Campus

Advising Period | Monday, Oct. 16 – Friday, Oct. 27

You will not be released to enroll online or in person at the registrar’s office without first having met with your academic advisor.

Spring & Interterm Enrollment Opens Monday, Oct. 30

Before online enrollment starts, be sure to check whether or not you have a registration hold.

How to Check for Registration Hold

Steps for Enrollment

1. Meet with your academic advisor.

Please remember that you will not be cleared to enroll through your student portal without first having a virtual meeting with your academic advisor during the advising period.

2. Check for a registration hold.

Before online enrollment starts, be sure to check to see whether you are on an online registration hold.

 How to Check for Registration Hold

3. Plan your course schedule.

After meeting with your academic advisor, make a plan for what classes you will take during the semester using the timetables. Online enrollment is a real-time system in which your selections are immediately confirmed or a closed course is indicated, so identify alternative courses in case a first-choice course closes before your designated enrollment time.

4. Enroll!

Students will be allowed to self-enroll through MyBaker.

How to Enroll Online

Because of the real-time system, it is to your advantage to enroll near the beginning of your designated enrollment period.

Real-time enrollment through MyBaker will occur according to the following seniority system based on cumulative hours earned (does not include current semester hours):

Hours Earned
First Day to Enroll
90 or more (senior standing) Monday, Oct. 30
60-89 (junior standing) Wednesday, Nov. 1
30-59 (sophomore standing) Monday, Nov. 6
0-29 (freshman standing) Wednesday, Nov. 8


Online enrollment opens at 8 a.m. on each of the above dates.

Note: Teacher-certification candidates who already hold a bachelor’s degree may also enroll from the first day of enrollment.

5. Confirm your schedule.

At the conclusion of online enrollment, the administration will review course enrollments for areas of concern. Changes to course offerings as a result of this review will be communicated to you and you will have an opportunity to make schedule adjustments.

NOTE: It is important that you double-check your online schedule to make certain you are actually enrolled in what you think you are enrolled in, and that you are enrolled as a full-time student (12 hours or more) for financial aid, scholarship, or athletic participation eligibility. Students not registered for 12 or more credit hours need to correct this deficiency through the add/drop process before the end of the semester.

6. Confirm enrollment.

Confirm enrollment in your courses by attending class. If you do not attend class by the end of the add period, your enrollment may be deleted.

If you are planning an internship, consult with Career Services for deadlines surrounding completion of paperwork and internship approvals.

Interterm & Spring Session Dates

Interterm | January 8 – 24

Spring | January 29 – May 17