Frequently Asked Questions
This FAQ is intended for general registration questions.
- I tried to login and received the error message: "(0019) There is a flag on your records that blocks registration." What do I do?
Please visit the Registration front counter in room BE1104B or call Registration at 206.587.6918 to find out which department has placed a block on your account.
- Do I need a signature to register for a specific class?
Try registering for the class at Student Online Services. If you receive the error message "(1005) Invalid registration appointment date or time." You do not need a signature; you simply need to wait for your appointment time.
If you receive the message "(0021) You have not met the prerequisite for this class." You will need to obtain a signature from an academic advisor, a counselor or the class instructor. If you receive the following message "(1020) Permission is required to register for this class." You will need to obtain a signature directly from the class instructor. Some courses will request an entry code, which can be obtained from the class instructor or the department. Please note: Not all classes use an entry code to register online.
- When is tuition due?
Tuition and fees are due within seven business days from the date you first registered or by the first day of the quarter, whichever comes first. If you have applied for Financial Aid, the Financial Aid office will place a hold on your classes. In that case, tuition and fees must be paid by the end of the second week of the quarter.
- I'm going to take next quarter off, but I would like to return the quarter after that. What should I do?
Please visit the Registration front counter in room BE1104B or call Registration at 206.587.6918 and let us know of your plans, so we can accommodate you for future quarters.
- Variable Credit Courses
If a class is being offered for a range of credit, for example one to 15 credits, web registration will register you for the maximum amount of credits offered. To change the credit amount click "Change Credits" after registering.
- Enrollment Verification
Students can get enrollment verification in room BE1104 for academic, Social Security, insurance, or other purposes. Twelve or more credits per quarter are considered full time. In order to be verified as enrolled, tuition and fees must be paid. Students can leave their forms or request a letter at the front counter in Registration, which will be available for pickup after 48 hours.