Office of the Registrar

Registration for continuing students begins April 2nd! As a reminder, all of our courses have been renumbered beginning with the fall 2018 semester. Prepare now to register for classes!

Run your advising guide in OASIS to determine what courses you need to take (these courses will still have the old course numbers).

  1. Go to colum.edu/registrar and/or click on the new Course Number Look-up Tool.   Just plug in the old course numbers you want to take for fall, and the new course number will appear. Make a list of all the new course numbers you want to take.
  2. Go back to OASIS and click on the Fall 2018 course schedule. Find the courses you want to take. 

Your advising guide in OASIS has been programmed to accept the new course numbers in place of the old ones toward your degree requirements. In addition, the old course numbers you already completed will fulfill appropriate pre-requisites for the new course numbers. As a result, you shouldn’t experience any difficulties or interruptions while using your advising guide or registering for classes.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of the Registrar by phone at 312-369-7769 or by email at registrar@colum.edu, Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Your academic advisor is a great resource to help you prepare to register! Contact the College Advising Center for assistance.

Office of the Registrar:

600 S Michigan Ave, Suite 611
Chicago, IL 60605
312-369-7769 voice
312-369-8073 fax
registrar@colum.edu

Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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