Please note: Before you register you must complete your evaluations exams and submit your tuition deposit.

Once you’ve met the criteria for class registration, you’ll be advised via email that registration is open to you. If you have any questions or need advice throughout the process, the advisors and student assistants in Office of Undergraduate Advisors are here to help you along the way.

Please follow Steps 1-3 below prior to using the step-by-step instructions in Step 4 to register for classes.

  • While Step 2 gives typical suggestions for first semester classes based on your major, please also consider other factors as outlined in Step 3.
  • If registering for UNIV 101 College Success, please see this list of themed and special population sections.
  • Tip: Use this handy schedule planner to help manage your schedule (log-in required).
  • Learn more about the various modalities used to deliver courses at the Daytona Beach Campus.

Office of Undergrad Advising

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Engineering







Athletes, ROTC students, flight students and Honors students will have special scheduling considerations. Please reference related content below.

Learn more about Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), CLEP and AS/A-Level Exam course equivalencies below.

Follow the step-by-step instructions for self-registering.

Note: The system will allow you to register for courses that you are eligible to take. Be sure to sign up for courses that are required by your particular degree program.

Once registered, your actual bill will appear in the "Finances" section of your “Student Center” in Campus Solutions. Payments are made through the Bursar’s Office, and aid is awarded by the Financial Aid Office.

Full-Time Status

In order to be considered a full-time student, you will have to maintain an enrollment of no less than 12 credit hours in the fall and spring or six credit hours in Summer A or B.

Tuition Block

For the fall and spring terms only, tuition is charged at a block rate for those taking 12 to 16 credit hours (17 hours if you are in a College Success course).

Note: It is critical that flight students are prepared to fund their training when registering for a flight course. Read more about flight costs.

  1. Your academic advisor will contact you directly to discuss what courses you need to take, so please check your voice mail and ERAU email regularly for any University communications.

  2. You will not be able to self-register until your academic advisor removes your advising hold.

  3. Contact your academic advisor (they will be listed in the “Advisor” box on the right side of your “Student Center” in Campus Solutions) with any questions you may have throughout the process.

  4. Once you’re contacted by your academic advisor, you can register for classes.

For more information, see our Transfer Student page.

Contact Us

Office of Undergraduate Advising

If you have questions about your courses or need any help with your schedule, you can reach an advisor by emailing or calling:

COA (Tomcat Annex, Bldg. 260, Suite 115)

  • 386-226-2917

COAS (Rooms 112/113/114)

  • 386-226-2957 for Teri Deardorff
  • 386-241-1463 for Erin Dickey
  • 386-226-2975 for Jayne Nazario

COB (Room 284)

  • 386-226-6729

COE (Lehman Room 171)

  • 386-226-7073


  • Monday-Friday Appointments: 8:20-11:40 a.m. and 2-4 p.m.