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On-Line Registration

(Step by step instructions on how to submit a schedule of classes to Advisor)

First, submit schedule of classes to academic advisor.

  1. On BPC Web home page, click on MyWeb (on the bottom navigation bar).
  2. Click on “Student Login.”
  3. Enter your ID number and PIN.
  4. Click on “My Registration.”
  5. Click on “Continue to Registration.”
  6. Click on the term for which you wish to register; then click on “Select.”
  7. Select your first class and click on the “Add” button to view the class.
  8. If correct, click on the “Add” button again to enter it on your schedule.
  9. Repeat the above two steps for all classes you want on your schedule.

NOTE: If you encounter problems imputing your schedule, please contact your advisor!

When you have completed your schedule, click on “Submit” to send it to your advisor. Click on “Logout” to exit MyWeb (upper right hand corner).

Then, your advisor reviews your schedule

It is very important that you check on the status of your schedule through MyWeb. When you submit your schedule to your advisor, it does NOT mean that you are automatically registered.

If your advisor has yet to review your schedule, your classes will be labeled “Add Pending” in the status column and you will find a message at the top of the page that reads, “This registration has been submitted for advisor approval!”

If your advisor finds a problem with your schedule, you will receive a message at the top of the page that reads “Please contact your advisor to discuss your registration data!” Your advisor will not be able to proceed with your registration without hearing from you first (by phone or email).

Finally, your advisor approves your schedule and registers you.

Once your advisor reviews and agrees with your schedule, he or she will approve it and you will be fully and officially registered. Your classes will be labeled as “Registered.”

If you later need to Drop/Add classes.

Once you register, you will be able to change your schedule on line at no charge before Drop/Add deadline. To drop and/or add classes, access MyWeb and change your schedule, clicking on the “Drop” and “Add” buttons as appropriate. Once you submit changes, your advisor will approve those changes that are in line with your program of study and return those changes that do not match your program of study. Once the deadline passes, drop/add will no longer be accessible online and a fee of $15.00 will be charged per card.

On-Line Registration- External Programs Advisors

Advisement Tools

As part of the registration process, the advisor will complete the standard paper copy of the registration card. The advisor will use a guide sheet that shows the student’s curriculum and access additional information on MyWeb. At the conclusion of registration, all registration cards should be sent to the Registrar’s Office.

All students will be asked to register on-line with the exception of those taking a Directed Independent Study course or courses. The registration for these students will be processed the traditional way.

If the Student Encounters a Problem

Students have been asked to contact their advisor if they encounter problems imputing their classes on line. When you are contacted by an advisee, please determine the nature of the problem and assist the student in resolving it.

If the student can not enter a course(s) in the computer because:

(1) There is a prerequisite that the student has not satisfied or

(2) The class is closed (due to reaching maximum capacity) or

(3) There is a time schedule overlap with another class or

(4) The class schedule is over the 18-hour limit

determine, first, if this is a situation where an override( that would permit the student to enter the course) might possibly be in order:

If you believe and override may be warranted, contact External Programs Office if the class carries any prefix except EDU and convey the details about the situation. If the class has an EDU prefix, contact Dr. Jossey, chair of the Education Division (800/342-1087, ext. 160).

If the student appears to be encountering a technical problem or one that you can not determine, contact the Registrar’s Office and convey the details.

Once you Receive a Schedule from a Student

Once the student is successful in entering his/her schedule into the computer, it will be conveyed to the advisor for “approval.” If the schedule matches the student’s curriculum, approve it. If the schedule is not correct, “return it to the student” and contact the student (by phone or email). The schedule will be “pending” until the matter is resolved.

Dropping and Adding Classes (after the registration has been approved)

Students will be able to change their schedule on line during the early registration period at no cost. At the beginning of the semester, students can change their schedule during the drop/add period with a fee assessed. You will follow the same process of approving changes that will be permitted and “returning to student” those that you can not permit.

External Sites
Brewton-Parker College | Located on U.S. 280 at 201 David-Eliza Fountain Circle, P. O. Box 197, Mount Vernon, GA 30445
with a site in Newnan
912-583-2241, 1-800-342-1087
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The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.
Brewton-Parker College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Brewton-Parker College.
Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM