Step 1: Apply for Admission
To register for courses, you must first apply and be admitted to the university.
Step 2: Check your Application Status
Use the username and password provided in an email from Embry-Riddle to log in to our student portal, ERNIE
, then watch the video below.
Step 3: Follow Directions BelowOnce you've been accepted to the university, follow the instructions for Returning and New Students to learn how to register for courses.
Returning and New Students (recommended)
Contact your Advisor
Embry-Riddle strongly recommends that students register for courses with the help of an academic advisor. Your advisor's name and contact information can be found on the lower left side of the ERNIE homepage on the My Advisors tab.
Your advisor will:
- Work with you to create a degree map that lays out what courses you will take and when based on your academic and lifestyle needs.
- Register you for courses based on that degree map.
- Check to see that you have the correct courses prerequisites and that you have no academic holds that would prevent you from registering.
Returning and New Students (self-register)
Step 1: Access the Student Center
Use the username and password provided in an email from Embry-Riddle to log in to our student portal, ERNIE. On the right side of the ERNIE homepage, go to Campus Solutions Student Center under Tools, or use the button below.
Step 2: Register for Classes
Watch the videos below to learn how to use the Student Center.
- Learn how to View my Academic Information
- To view your schedule, major, grades, course history, transfer credit, unofficial transcript, and to request an official transcript
- Learn how to Add/Drop/Swap Classes
- To add a new course or to remove or switch a course you have previously registered for
- Learn how to Use my Academic Planner
- To map future courses you wish to take from the catalog or your degree requirements
- Learn how to View my Academic Requirements
- To track your progress toward an academic program
Choose the Enroll link in the Academics section of your Student Center to start the enrollment process.
Step 3: Note on Prerequisites and Holds
The Campus Solutions Student Center may allow you to register for a course that you do not have prerequisites for, or if you have an academic or financial hold. If either of these occurs, your academic advisor will contact you — usually the next day — to let you know.
Step 4: Pay for Courses
Enrollment is not secured until courses are paid for. Students will be dropped from a course if payment is not received by the term start date.
Third party payments – such tuition assistance, financial aid, veteran’s benefits, and employer invoicing – should be confirmed with your advisor by the term start date.
If You Need Help
Contact your campus advisor. Your advisor's name and contact information can be found on the lower left side of the ERNIE homepage on the My Advisors tab.