About four weeks before registration begins for a new semester,
continuing students should check their registration appointment
time posted on My.Butler.edu. For help
getting started, please visit: MyButler Student
- Plan - You have access at any time to look at
your current transcript and advising audit through My.Butler.edu. For details on signing into
the Student Center, please visit: MyButler
Portal Introduction. Review your core requirements and the course
requirements for your major.
- Prepare - Check to see if you have any holds
by logging into My.Butler.edu and going to the Student
Center. Holds are shown in the upper right of the page. You can
take care of many holds right in My.Butler.edu.
- Get Advice - Set up an appointment with your
advisor and discuss your schedule for the next semester. Your
advisor will clear your Advising Hold.
- Try Options - As you plan the classes you
would like to take, you can use the Shopping Cart function in
My.Butler.edu to build a
possible schedule and check for prerequisites, conflicts, and open
classes. For more information, please visit: Shopping
Cart Instructions. Your shopping cart does not actually
reserve a seat for you in the class.
- Register - You will be able to register for
classes using My.Butler.edu when your
registration appointment opens. For more information on using
MyButler to complete registration, please visit: MyButler Student
Help. To register from the Shopping cart, select each course
you want and click "Enroll". Or skip the Shopping Cart by using the
"Add a class" option from your Student Center.
Registration appointments are set according to the number of
credit hours you have completed, and begin after advising for the
semester is complete. We recognize that this may be a new process
for you; help will be available to you. Check the Student Help
instructions available from the My.Butler home page. For
questions about your classes, call Registration and Records at
940-9203 during business hours. For technical problems such as
passwords and browser requirements, call the Help Desk at 4357;
hours of the help desk will be posted on My.Butler.edu.
A student, with the approval of his or her advisor, may repeat a
course one time that is not otherwise repeatable for
credit. Upon completion of the subsequent attempt, only the
second attempt will count in his or her grade point
average. When repeating a course, a student may not withdraw
from the course or change the course credit registration to
non-credit unless the student withdraws from the
University. This policy shall apply only to courses taken at
Butler. You need the approval of your advisor and the dean of
the college offering the course to override this limit. The
same policy applies to graduate students.
Applied Music Classes
All registrations in Applied Music must have the approval of the
dean of the Jordan College of Fine
Arts. If your schedule includes an arranged course, you may
secure a Permission Number from the department head or dean. You
will use this Permission Number to register for Applied Music
New student procedures for early registration
Freshmen will be assigned an advising/registration appointment
by the Learning Resource Center.
Transfer students will be assigned an advising/registration time by
their college of enrollment. Graduate students may register during
any published registration period; they will receive a final
schedule with their billing statement. Non-degree students may
register following the last group of freshmen.
Summer Guest Registration
People who are not Butler students but wish to take summer
undergraduate classes may register as a Guest. For more
information, please visit: Summer Guest
Whenever the enrollment in a course is deemed insufficient, the
university reserves the right to withdraw that course. When small
classes are continued, full payment of fees is required at the time
of registration. In such cases no refund will be permitted.
If you are a former Butler student in good standing and wish to
return to the same program you were in before, you do not have to
apply for admission again. For more information, please visit: Returning
Butler University is a member of a consortium of area colleges
and universities. The purpose of the consortium is to offer a wider
range of courses to students. For more information, please visit:
Audit for Enrichment
The Audit for Enrichment program is designed for adults who have
achieved at least a high school diploma to participate in some
courses. University credit is not earned. For more information,
please visit: Audit for Enrichment.