Important Registration Info for 2022



The Office of Records and Registration works to ensure that scheduling of courses is handled in a fair and convenient manner for all students, and it is here to help with any issues or questions.

Time Tickets

All active students have time tickets assigned for both summer and fall terms. Students are able to see their registration time ticket through their Student Profile via, by clicking Registration and then Prepare for Registration in Student Self-Service.

Registration Dates

Registration begins at 8 a.m. on the dates below based on your class standing.  Summer semester courses begin as early as May 9.

The Fall semester begins on August 22.

Summer Registration

April 4 – Graduate students and students with Priority*

April 6 – Senior standing (90 + earned hours)

April 8 – Junior standing (60-89 earned hours)

April 11 – Sophomore standing (30-59 earned hours)

April 13 – Freshman (0-29 earned hours)

Fall Registration

April 4 – Students with Priority*

April 6 – Senior standing (90 + earned hours)

April 8 – Junior standing (60-89 earned hours)

April 11 – Sophomore standing (30-59 earned hours)

April 11 – Graduate students

April 13 – Freshman (0-29 earned hours)

Advising Holds

All undergraduate students have an advising hold on their accounts.  Students must reach out to their academic advisor to be advised ahead of registration.  Students can review their advising hold, and any other hold, on their Student Profile via

 Other Holds

If a student has any other hold, (i.e.: financial, judicial, bookstore, etc.) the student should reach out to the office that placed the hold at their home campus for additional information.   

Schedule Searching

 There have been a number of changes to the method that students will use to locate courses in the class schedule.  The schedule can be accessed through  Click on Student Self-Service, Student Profile, Registration and then “Browse Class Schedule” to begin. 

All searches should begin with selecting your home campus.  For online courses only, select the Online campus.

Subject prefixes for all courses have a leading A – California, C – Clarion or E – Edinboro to help students identify the location.  Additionally, each subject has a trailing – CAL, CLA or EDI to ensure that students are selecting the appropriate version of the subject. 

Section numbers appearing after the course number also represent the location of the course.   

Students who are wishing to register for a course at another campus may require a permit override from the department to be able to register for the course.  Some courses have space restrictions based on campuses.  Permit overrides for restricted courses may be requested to the department offering the course. 

Degree Works Audit

Students should continue to use their Degree Works Audit found in myEdinboro at

Until the migrated version of Degree Works is available after the spring term.

*Priority registration

Not all groups that received priority registration in the past will continue to have priority registration in Penn West.

Please check your “Prepare for Registration” link in the Registration section to determine your Time Ticket registration window. 

If you encounter any registration problems please contact