Fall 2018 Semester Registration 

Continuing Students

Part-time students register on Friday, May 18th and Full-time students register on Monday, May 21st and Tuesday, May 22nd. Registration times are available on SUOnline.

Download a Fall 2018 Registration Newsletter
Full-Time 1L Students (2L in Fall 2018)
Full-Time 2L-3L Students (3L - 4L in Fall 2018)
Part-Time 1L-3L Students (2L - 4L in Fall 2018)
LLM and MLS Students

Review the Fall 2018 Course Schedule
View the full Fall 2018 Registration Calendar

Entering Students

Admitted first-year students will be automatically registered for their Fall 2018 classes. Class schedules will be emailed in mid-July. Admitted transfer students should contact the Office of the Registrar at or 206-398-4150 for registration help. 

Upcoming Registration Dates

Spring 2019 Semester and January 2019 Intersession Registration
Part-time students may begin to register on Friday, November 3, 2018. Full-time students may begin to register on Monday, November 5, 2018. Registration appointments will be available on SUOnline by October 3, 2018. 1L students are automatically registered for their Spring 2019 classes. 

Registration Help

If you are having difficulty registering: During business hours - Call the Office of the Registrar at 206-398-4150. We can generally solve your problem more quickly if we can talk to you on the phone. On weekends or after business hours - Send an email describing the problem to

If you are unable to log into SUOnline: Use the password reset option (see the link at the top right on SUOnline). If this doesn't work contact the helpdesk at 206-296-5571 or Resolving a login issue can take several hours. If you are unable to login during your appointment time call us at 206-398-4150 before contacting the helpdesk. We can manually register you for your courses.

Questions regarding the schedule, degree progress or appointment times: Email us at or call 206-398-4150.

We cannot send student information to non-Seattle University email accounts. If you have a question, or are having difficulty with SUOnline, please be sure to email us from your Seattle University email account.