Preparing for Registration

Dave will e-mail the registration forms for the upcoming quarter to the all-PMP student e-mail list usually on a Monday approximately five weeks before the quarter begins. (Make sure you are connected to this e-mail list by reviewing the CSE computer account instructions from your orientation slides.)   All PMP students can begin registration on the day the form is sent.  Register as soon as possible to ensure that you will find a seat in your first course choice. 

All students should be registered by the Friday prior to the first week of classes.  To register, you will need both: 

  1. Your UW student number
  2. The registration numbers for the courses for which you wish to enroll

Course registration numbers and additional registration and course details can be found on the e-mailed registration form.  You should remedy any university holds on your account before trying to register. (Visit your MyUW account to find out what holds you may have, if any.)

Registration & Payment Instructions

To register, just call the (206) 543-2310 UWEO registration number (Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) after the registration period opens.  Happily, instead of phone trees, live operators will answer your call to process your registration.  While the registration form provides options for registration via fax and US mail, telephone registration is by far the most efficient and effective way to register.

Fees and Policies

Payment via credit or debit card is required at the time of registration. Late fees, refund and withdrawal policies, and procedures are detailed on the quarterly registration forms and the UW policies and procedures page.  It is helpful to become familiar with these policies.


You can use MyUW to check your schedule once registered or to check your balances and holds.  Most PMP students also use their printed MyUW screens for employer tuition reimbursement.  However, MyUW cannot be used for PMP student registration or course drops.