Registering For Courses . . . and More
Keys to Registration - Fall, 2014
Everything you need to know to get registered!
Obtain an ID card —
ID cards are
provided during the semester registration period in the Student Accounts/Cashier¡¦s Office
across from the Surbeck Center Information Desk.
Obtain your network login information —
to the ITS Help Desk in the lower level of the Library or go to the
following URL: http://www.sdsmt.edu/its for resources and information.
Pay your tuition/fees —
for tuition and fees can be made via Web Advisor from your home
computer or from a campus computer lab. Cashiers will be available in the Student
Accounts/Cashiers Office, across from the Surbeck Center Information
Desk, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm during the semester registration period for paper check payments or for answering on-line
payment questions. (Photo ID required.) Failure to make financial
arrangements by deadline may result in
cancellation of your classes and/or a late payment fee.
Register for classes —
you have not yet been accepted for admission/readmission, report to the
Admissions Office in the O'Harra Building, Room 200. Please bring your
immunization records with you.
If you are a new or continuing
student, report to your mentor/advisor to discuss your course schedule.
Once you have done this, you may then register online via WebAdvisor
from home or from one of the campus computer labs. Your mentor/advisor
information is available on WebAdvisor for Students, under My Profile.
If you need help registering on Registration Day, report to the 3rd
floor of the Devereaux Library.
General Education Courses Offered - Fall 2014 (doc)
Make a change on Registration Day —
you are a returning or transfer student - consult with your advisor and
make the necessary changes to your class schedule online via
If you are an incoming first-time freshman, you will
need to see Kathy Crawford, registration officer, to make changes to
your schedule. On Registration Day she will be on the third floor of the
To change tuition classification, report directly to Toni Schauer in the Academic Services Office in the O'Harra Building.
change or add a Dining Services contract, report to the Student
Accounts/Cashier's Office in the Surbeck Center, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
To change or add a Residence Hall room, report to Residence Life in the Surbeck Center, next to the Information Desk.
Complete Stafford and/or Perkins Entrance Loan Counseling —
Stafford and/or Perkins Entrance Loan Counseling - All first time
borrowers at SDSM&T must complete the on-line loan counseling. If
you have borrowed a Stafford and/or a Perkins loan at another
university, contact the Financial Aid Office in the O’Harra
Administration Building, room 216 (go through Admissions Office entrance
and down hallway) or by calling toll free 877/877-6044, locally call
394-2274 or by email at email@example.com for further instructions.
Online counseling is available at the SDSM&T Financial Aid website: http://sdmines.sdsmt.edu/finaid
Click on the link for Loan Counseling (Entrance & Exit)
Set up your "Mines" e-mail account —
official SDSM&T e-mail will be sent to your "Mines" account - it
will NOT be forwarded by SDSM&T to any other account, so you will
need to get in the habit of checking this account regularly until you
make the forward yourself from inside your Mines account. Faculty
members will also use this account for class work. Your e-mail address
will look like: firstname.lastname@example.org
To login and set up your e-mail, use the following URL: http://its.sdsmt.edu/email/
Know your student rights -
Educational Rights and Privacy Act, (FERPA), affords students certain
rights, with respect to their education records. Find more details about FERPA.