Fall 2022 Registration Information for Students
*Times are all Pacific Daylight Time (Walla Walla time).
Pre-registration will take place in your Portal (my.whitman.edu) under the Registration tab. You will receive an email with instructions and your appointment time will appear on your MyWhitman registration page.
When Is Your Appointment Time?
Class of 2022/2023
Friday, April 22, 4:30–8 p.m.
Remaining open until 8 a.m., Monday, April 25
Class of 2024
Monday, April 25, 4:30–7:45 p.m.
Remaining open until 8 a.m., Tuesday, April 26
Class of 2025
Tuesday, April 26, 4:30–9:15 p.m.
Remaining open until 8 a.m., Wednesday, April 27
Wednesday, April 27, 8 a.m. through Tuesday, May 17
Assistance During Registration
The Registrar’s Office will be staffed online only during all Registration appointment times. For assistance, you may use the “Live Chat” link on your Registration page, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Be Prepared
You MUST have your adviser’s electronic clearance to pre-register. Contact your adviser to request a phone or online meeting and request clearance. Those who do not have adviser clearance, will NOT be able to register (this is scary – don’t put yourself in that position).
Where to go
Pre-registration will be accessed in the Portal (my.whitman.edu) under the Registration tab. The Portal is where you will also find your wishlist and search for classes.
Other Key Information
You will need electronic instructor consent for closed courses. Once you receive consent, you get an automated email on how to accept the consent. Once you accept the consent the Registrar’s Office will register you for the course. Instructor consent does NOT automatically register you in the course.
Capacities will be updated by noon each day for classes reserving seats by class year.
You may register for up to 18 academic credits and unlimited activity credits during Pre-registration. Students wishing to enroll in an academic overload (19-21 academic credits) must wait until the start of the Spring semester to add credits upon approval of an Academic Overload form.
To register for a class conflict, you must complete a Course Conflict Resolution form (or in the Registrar’s Office). You will register for the conflicting class in the Registrar’s Office (MEM 212) as you will not be able to add the conflicting classes online.
You can view your Academic Evaluation online through the portal to confirm degree requirements.
You can add yourself on up to four class waitlists. Add the class to your wishlist and click the “Add to Waitlist” link. You will have the opportunity to provide information on why you need/wish to take this course. There is no need to email the instructor once you have added your name to the waitlist.