Registering for Classes

Note: Registration Code is only needed for Dual Credit courses that are located at the High School campuses.

How to register

  1. Log into Self Service with your TWU username and password
  2. Click "Registration To-Do List"; update anything under "Items for Completion"
     a screenshot of the registration to-do list link in the Pioneer Portal Web Advisor, with a red arrow pointing to the link
  3. Click "Student Planning: Plan Your Degree & Register for Classes"
    Plan Your Degree screenshot in Pioneer Portal Web Advisor
  4. Enter course name in search box in the top right corner (ex: ENG1013, MATH1313, GOV2013) Do not add a space between name and number; Press enter
    A screenshot of the search filter in Pioneer Portal Web Advisor
  5. Select "Off-Campus" under Locations and “Dual Credit” under Course Types on the filter results on the left side
    A screenshot of the

  6. Select "View Available Sections"
  7. Locate your correct course by the section number (Ex: ENG1013.70, MATH1313.72, GOV2013.25); Select "Add Section to Schedule"
  8. Confirm you’ve selected the correct course under the "Additional Information" section; Enter 5 digit course code, for your section, in the "Section Registration" box; Select "Add Section"
    A screenshot of the add section in Pioneer Portal Web Advisor with red arrows pointing to Additional Information section, registration code box and add section box
  9. Repeat steps 5–8 to add any additional courses
  10. Click on the "Home" button on the top left corner to return to main menu
  11. Make sure your calendar shows the intended semester you plan to register for on the top left corner
  12. To register for all planned courses at once, click on the "Register Now" button in the upper right corner
    screenshot showing the semester of chosen courses and the register now button
  13. You must see "Registered but not started" under the course name once you have completed the previous steps.

How to drop a course

To drop a TWU dual credit course, you must: 

Dropping a TWU dual credit course at your high school or rearranging your high school schedule does not drop or withdraw you from TWU. All charges and grades will still apply unless the course(s) have been dropped officially through TWU.

Page last updated 1:11 PM, March 31, 2021