Self-Registration & Course Scheduling

Once you’ve met the criteria for class registration, you’ll be advised that registration is open to you. Among the tasks that must be completed before you may register are submitting your tuition deposit, completing course evaluations, and reviewing your ERNIE Student Center for any additional holds or To-do items.

This step-by-step guide to the process (Step 4 below) and tips, along with the related content, are designed to help you, so please review them carefully. If you have any questions or need advice throughout the process, we’re here to help you along the way.

If you have questions about your courses or need any help with your schedule, you can reach an advisor by calling the Office of Undergraduate AdvisingTo find the name and contact information of your Academic Advisor, log into ERNIE and go to your Student Center > Academic Advising > Advisor.

Tip! Use this handy planner to help manage your schedule (log-in required).

To find out more about the benefits of starting courses in July instead of August, see the Think Summer page.

Office of Undergraduate Advising

1. Find Your Typical First Semester Schedule by Degree Program

2. Complete Course Placement Evaluations

3. Other Factors to Consider When Choosing a Course

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), and A-Level Exam course equivalencies below. Reference your Academic Advising Report (AAR) to monitor credit that has been added to your academic record. Log into ERNIE and go to your Student Center > Academic Advising > Academic Progress > View ERAU Report. If you think you’ve earned credit that isn’t reflected on the AAR, please notify your advisor.

4. Register for Classes

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.

Learn more about the various modalities used to deliver courses at the Daytona Beach campus below:

Instructional Mode

Course Notes


In Person - This section will meet in the classroom as scheduled with a teaching assistant present. Instructor is using video conferencing technology for instruction.


Face to Face (F2F) - This section meets in the classroom, as scheduled.

Hybrid Format

Hybrid Format - This section combines online and face-to-face instruction.

Split Format

Split Format - This section combines online and face-to-face instruction, using social distancing guidelines. Contact your instructor for your specific class meeting times/days.

Online Format

Online Format-this section meets entirely online and asynchronously.

Online Synchronous

Online Synchronous - This section delivers all content and assessments online, with the option of engaging in videoconferencing on scheduled class days and times.

Mode determined by instructor

Instructional mode is determined by the instructor.

5. Review Financial Information

Once registered, your actual bill will appear in the "Finances" section of your “Student Center” in Campus Solutions. Payments are made through the Student Financial Services Office, 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 (6) 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).

Transfer Students, Graduate Students, and Summer Starts

  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.

Contact Us

Office of Undergraduate Advising