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1. Registration and Schedule Planning View Table of Contents (click here)

Note:

Although advisors attempt to provide students with the best available information, the student ultimately selects the courses and constructs his or her program to his or her own satisfaction. It is the student's responsibility to see that program requirements are met and that the proper course for the intended major are taken in the proper sequence.

Now that you've been admitted to Hampton University, it is time to start thinking about the classes you will take this fall. Because we want you to start your college career off right, this information packet will guide you through the process of selecting and registering for courses. Early registration is encouraged since some classes will close due to the number of students attempting to register.

Registration is the process of setting up a class schedule and reserving a place for you in each of those classes. The attached Curriculum Guide identifies the courses that are required for your major during your first year at Hampton University. You must register for one section for each of the course designated for the first year at Hampton University. You MAY NOT deviate from the courses that are outlined for you. By doing this, you could delay your progress in your selected degree program.

Plan your schedule carefully. A Schedule Planning Worksheet is enclosed for your use. Record information about each section in which you would like to register.

  • Make sure you have the proper Course Reference Number (CRN) for each of your courses. This is a five-digit (5) number and is required to identify the department, course and section you are selecting when registering. Each course will have a unique five-digit CRN. Course Reference Numbers change with each semester.
  • Make sure there are no time conflicts among the classes you select. Check the days and times on which selections are offered.
  • Prepare a list of alternate sections for each course by listing the alternate CRNs, in case your first choice(s) is not available.

1.1 Registration Process

Once you have selected courses and planned your schedule, it is time to register for those courses. Hampton University uses an automated system called HUNet for registration. HUNet allows students to register for classes and to adjust their schedule by using a computer with internet access.

You will need two numbers to identify yourself - your HUID number and your Personal Information Number (PIN). Please keep both of these numbers confidential - the combination of the two will allow access to your personal records, and knowledge of these two numbers could allow unauthorized persons to add or delete classes in your schedule. The web system will ask for these two numbers each time you log-on.

A guide for accessing the HUNet web system is enclosed. Please remember your PIN. If you need technical assistance logging-in, please contact the Registrar Office by email registrar@hamptonu.edu. Once connected, you must check for holds and, then register for courses.

  1. Check for Holds. All holds must be cleared before any registration activity can occur. Holds arise from your failure to meet academic requirements; submit important paperwork, like your immunization record or physical exam report; or from a need for you to make arrangements regarding your financial matters. If you have holds on your account, you will be prevented from registering.
  2. Register for Courses. To register for a course, use the 5-digit Course Reference Number (CRN) listed beside each course section. The system will prompt you for each entry and will respond to tell if you have been registered in the class. Any special conditions will also be noted at the time you request the class. If the class is closed, you will be given assistance in finding another section. Be sure to write down alternative choices of class sections before you access the system.

Once you have registered for one section of every first semester course listed on your Curriculum Guide, you have successfully completed the registration process! You are halfway through enrolling at Hampton University for the fall.

1.2 Choosing a Math Course

You will be permitted to enroll in the math course required by your major if you meet the following criteria. Otherwise, you must begin at a lower level math course to prepare for the required entry-level course. Your course selections will be monitored by the University, and you will be required to change your schedule if you do not meet the requirements outlined below. Pay close attention to the majors designed for each math course.

Math Course Determining SAT/ACT Required Prerequisites Math GPA Other
MAT 100 Less than 400 math SAT or less than 17 math ACT Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry Less than a "C" All majors
MAT 105 At least 400 math SAT
or at least 17 math ACT
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry At least a "C" For Science, Business, and Engineering major
MAT 109 At least 400 math SAT
or at least 17 math ACT
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry At least a "C" For Liberal Arts majors
MAT 110 At least 450 math SAT
or at least 20 math ACT
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry At least a "C" For Liberal Arts majors
MAT 117 At least 450 math SAT
or at least 20 math ACT
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Pre-calculus or Math Analysis or Elementary Functions At least a "B" in PreCalculus/Math analysis/Elementary Function For Science, Business, and Engineering majors. You must have had "Pre-calculus" within last 2 years
MAT 118 At least 470 math SAT
or at least 22 math ACT
Calculus At least a "B" For Science, and Business majors. You must have had "Calculus" within last 2 years
MAT 130 At least 490 math SAT
or at least 23 math ACT
Calculus At least a "B" For Science, Business and Engineering majors. You must have had "Calculus" within last 2 years
MAT 151 At least 500 math SAT
or at least 26 math ACT
Calculus At least a "B" or better For Science, Business and Engineering majors. You must have had "Calculus" within last 2 years

1.3 Choosing an English Course

If you have taken the Advance Placement test in English and earned a score of  at least 3your AP test will give you credit for ENG 101. Therefore, your English Placement coming into Hampton University will be ENG 102. Please note that no credits are granted until official AP scores have been received in the Office of the registrar. Be advised that taking AP classes without taking the AP exam will not give you credits.

If you have verbal SAT score of 580 or higher, and have a verbal ACT score of 25 or higher, please register for ENG 102H. You will automatically be given credit for ENG 101 if you earn a grade of "C" or better in ENG 102H.

If your verbal SAT score is less than 580 or your verbal ACT score is less than 25 and no AP or IB credits are forthcoming, please register for ENG 101.

The University will monitor your English course selections and will require that you adjust your schedule if your selections are not appropriate. A course change may affect your entire schedule, so please choose courses carefully.

1.4 Choosing a University 101 Course

All Freshmen are required to take University 101. When registering for University 101 please be advised, you must register for both the Lab and Lecture at the same time. This is done by clicking on both Course Registration Numbers (CRNs) and then clicking the "register" button at the bottom of the page. Please be advised that University 101 Honors is not major/school specific and is open to anyone who is interested in taking the honors version of the course. It is recommended that all students who are receiving a Hampton University awarded academic scholarship (Achievement Scholars, Hampton Scholars, Merit Scholars, Presidential Scholars, or Trustee Scholars - and those interested in applying to the Honors College), register for University 101 Honors. Please note that the University 101 content is consistent across all majors/schools. Note also those students who are on "Room" scholarships are not required to take University 101 Honors.

1.5 The Honors Program

Students who have been awarded university academic scholarships -Achievement Scholars, Hampton Scholars, Merit Scholars, Presidential Scholars, or Trustee Scholars - and those interested in applying to the HonorsCollege, in addition to the above must do the following:

  1. Register for an honors section of University 101. Honors sections are designated with an "H" or a "Q".
  2. Register for one honors class from the list of honors courses offered. Those classes include but are not limited to BIO 101HR, 103Hr, 105HR, 106HR, COM103 HR, ENG 102HR, FRE101H, FRE 201H, HEA 200H, HIS 106HR, HIS 107H, MAT 151H, MAT 152H, MSC 201H, POL 202HR, SOC 205 H, 210 HR, SPA 101 H, 102 H, SPA 201H, 202H.
 

2. How to Register for Classes Online View Table of Contents (click here)

Please read these directions completely.

You will not be able to register prior to your scheduled day or outside of the scheduled days of registration for your term. All students must register. You can only register if you have paid the advanced deposit. Make sure you register for the courses listed on the form titled Curriculum Guide.

Plan your schedule carefully. A Schedule Planning Worksheet is enclosed for your use.
Record information about each section in which you would like to register.

  • Make sure you have the proper Course Reference Number (CRN) for each of your courses. This is a five-digit (5) number and is required to identify the department, course and section you are selecting when registering. Each course will have a unique five-digit CRN. Course Reference Numbers change with each semester.
  • Make sure there are no time conflicts among the courses you select. Check the days and times on which sections are offered.
  • Prepare a list of alternate sections for each course by listing the alternate CRN's, in case your first choice(s) is not available.

Use the Curriculum Guide to assist in your preparations.

3. Accessing HUNet View Table of Contents (click here) - Registration Process

The online registration process is a function of the Hampton University student portal (HUNet). This system will prompt you through the registration process.

  • All registered courses will appear on the screen;
  • All open and closed sections will be displayed, and;
  • All holds will be identified.

Click here to view / download the HUNet Registration Process walk-through.

Once you have completed your changes, you should print your schedule. To print your schedule:

  • Select the "Student and Financial" tab;
  • Select "Registration;"
  • Select "Student Detailed Schedule;"
  • Select the print icon.

Review the Frequently Asked Questions section to gain valuable registration information prior to clicking on the link below to begin the registration process.

4. Frequently Asked Questions View Table of Contents (click here)

What is Registration?
Registration is the process of setting up a class schedule and reserving a place for you in each of those classes. You must pay the advance deposit in order to pre-register for classes.
What is HUNet/HamptonYou?
HUNet/HamptonYou is the Hampton University Intranet Communication Portal. Designed as a "one stop shop" solution, you can register for classes, check grades, view your account, manage your email and more.
Who is my academic advisor?
Counselors in the office of Freshman Studies academically advise freshman who are undecided majors. All other students should contact their major departments if they have any questions or concerns. If you haven't yet chosen a major; (which is perfectly normal!); a counselor in Freshman Studies will remain your advisor throughout your freshman year.
Will Hampton University accept my Advanced Placement credit?
Students who enter Hampton University with Advanced Placement (AP) scores 3, 4, or 5 in areas equivalent to General Courses will be given credit. The credit will appear on your transcript and be treated the same as transfer credit. You must send your scores directly to the Registration Office.
Does Hampton University accept CLEP credit?
Yes. The University recognizes acceptable College Level Examination Program (CLEP) scores from their General Examinations and Subject Examinations as the basis for academic credit.
Does Hampton University accept my dual-enrollment classes?
Many community colleges have programs through which students can take college level classes at their high school. Hampton University will accept the credit as long as the course appears on an official transcript is sent to the Admissions Office. We will treat the class as transfer credits.
Does Hampton University accept IB Credits?
Yes. Hampton University recognizes the rigorous academic preparation, The IB credit and placement chart provides guidance to students who have taken IB examinations. Please contact the Office of Testing Services for score interpretation at 757-727-5493.

If you have additional questions or simply need help, please contact the Office of Freshman Studies by calling 757.727.5243 or by sending an email message to patra.johnson@hamptonu.edu.

If you have additional registration related questions, please contact the Office of the University Registrar by sending an email message to registrar@hamptonu.edu.

You are now ready to begin the registration process. Visit https://mycampus.hamptonu.edu (This link will open in a new window.)