“Add a class” and “enroll in a class” follow the same steps. “Add” is often used to describe picking up another class after you have already enrolled in the majority of your classes for a term.
- Log in to Course Search & Enroll.
- Choose a term.
Search for the class.
- Choose the section(s) that fit your schedule.
- Follow instructions for choosing number of credits (if this is a variable-credit class).
- Save the course to your cart.
- Resolve any validation errors (which explain why you may not be eligible for the class).
- In the cart, select the class.
Select the “Enroll” button.
- Review your enrolled classes in the “Enrolled” list on the “My Courses” tab to confirm that you have successfully enrolled in the correct section.
Log in to Course Search & Enroll
Log in at my.wisc.edu. Select the Academic Navigator widget, then select the Course Search & Enroll widget.
Choose a term
Course Search & Enroll may display the Schedule of Classes for more than one term, so be sure to select the correct one.
- You can either search for a class and add to cart or, if you have a five-digit class number, you can add by class number.
Search for the class
Read about searching for classes in Course Search & Enroll here.
Use one of the “Save Course” buttons to select your class.
You can “Save Course” before choosing your sections (for example, if you want to use the Scheduler to try some different weekly class schedules) or after you have chosen your preferred sections.
Go to your cart
Select the “My Courses” tab at the top of the screen.
icon will show how many classes are in your cart for the selected term.
As you added courses to your Cart (from the Search tab), the campus’s enrollment system has checked that you are eligible to take these courses. An
alert icon will show if any classes in your cart have validation errors.
“Problems with course” and “Sections not chosen” validation messages
When there is a reason why you can’t go forward with enrollment, you’ll see a validation message to help you make a change. Common situations include not meeting the requisites for the class, needing permission to take the class, or exceeding the number of credits allowed in the term.
The cart will also remind you to choose your section(s) for the course.
Remove class from cart
In the cart, select the checkbox for the class. Select the
Remove button that appears above it.
When you have resolved any validation messages and chosen sections for your classes, and your enrollment appointment time has arrived, you are ready to enroll.
Enroll in all classes in the cart. Select the three-dot menu in the cart. Select the “Enroll all” button that appears.
Or, enroll in one class. Select the checkbox for the class. Select the “Enroll” button that appears above it.
In the pop-up window, review any options for classes, like opting to get on a wait list if the class is full, or taking the class for Honors. When ready, select the “Enroll” button.
“Enrollment failed” messages
When there is a reason why enrollment failed, you’ll see a validation message to explain the problem. Common situations include trying to enroll in a course in which you had already enrolled, or exceeding the number of credits allowed in a term.
View your enrolled classes
View your successfully enrolled classes in your Enrolled list in the My Courses tab.