Q1. How do I access student planning?
Log into the MUHUB. Select Student Planning.
Q2. What is the different between planning courses and scheduling sections?
Courses can be planned over multiple terms and years. This enables you to lay out your courses over the semesters you plan to attend to complete your program. Planning a course DOES NOT guarantee the course will be offered in the term you
Sections for the course, which are the dates and times the course is offered, are usually only available for the current and immediately upcoming terms. You must schedule sections of your planned courses before you can register for them.
Q3. How can I plan my courses?
Option 1: Use the Search for Courses field to search for specific courses by course name or course number. See your search results in the Course Catalog tab and Select Add Course to Plan.
Option 2: Use the Course Catalog tab to find a course by its subject. Then select Add Course to Plan.
Option 3: From the My Progress tab, scroll down to find courses based on your program’s specific requirements. Select a specific course number or select Search within a requirements section. See your search results
in the Course Catalog tab and select a course from the search results, then select Add Course to Plan.
Q4. How can I register for classes after my advisor/program director has “authorized” my plan?
Option 1: To register for all of your planned sections at once, select the Register Now button on the top right. This will register you for all available sections only. This does not include sections that are already full. If
you can’t register for a section because it is full, the register button will not be available.
Option 2: You can register for individual planned sections by selecting the Register button at the bottom of each section on the left. If a section is unavailable, you may be given the option to waitlist for the course.
NOTE: Watch for messages that may appear in the Notifications section at the top right corner.
Q5. Why am I unable to register for classes?
Here are a few things to check:
- Your registration date/time may not be open yet. Check the chart at the top of the Registration Resources page to verify that you are eligible to register.
- If you have a restriction on your account, you may be prevented from registering. You can review any active restrictions when you first log into the MUHUB under Student Planning. You will see these restrictions under the Notifications section
at the top right corner. You will need to resolve these restrictions before you can register for classes.
- If you have not confirmed your address, email, phone, or emergency contact within the last year, you will have to do this before you are able to register for classes. The system will notify you that this needs to take place
If you are still experiencing issues after checking these things, please contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 955-6050.
Q6. How can I drop a registered section of a class?
Select a section from your current schedule and select Drop and then Update to process the drop. The planned section will remain on your schedule in yellow, but it will no longer show that you’re registered for the course if
the drop was successful.
Students can freely drop courses through the first week of classes – until Sunday at midnight - using MUHUB (unless the course meets six days or fewer). Please view the Academic Calendar for the last date to drop courses. A “W” grade may apply - please see the University Withdrawal Refund Schedule for details.
Students can drop with a ‘W’ grade from a registered section via the MUHUB until six business days before the published end date of the class (unless the course meet less than six days). Select a section from your current schedule and select Drop and then Update to process the drop.
Q8. How do I add a course after the start date?
Students can add courses through MUHUB the first week after the course start date. Instructor approval is not needed if the course has open seats. If the course is closed (full/no seats) or had a prior wait list, the student must request approval to add from the instructor. If the instructor may grants permission, the student will see the “approved” status on the planned course in MUHUB or the instructor can email email@example.com to request the student be added. The approval by the instrcutor in MUHUB does not add the student. They student must follow up with the Registrar's Office to request the add to be completed on their behalf.
Q9. How do I get approval for a course that requires permission or a prerequisite?
Student should be seeking approval to register in courses that do not allow registration in MUHUB by emailing the instructor listed on the course. The instructor will grant permission via the MUHUB and the student will see an “approved” status on the planned course in the MUHUB. The student is responsible for registering for the course through the MUHUB once approval is granted by the faculty member. This must be done prior to the course start date. If the course does not have faculty member listed you can seek approval from the appropriate department chair via a signed scheduling form. Chairs do not have the ability to override through MUHUB on behalf of other instrcutors.
Q10. How do I get permission to add a course I am wait listed for?
Students may opt to put themselves on a wait list for a course that is closed. Wait listing for a course DOES NOT guarantee a spot in the class. Students can be only added off a wait list with emailed instructor permission. This permission must be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org for the add to be completed. This action cannot be done through the MUHUB.
Q11. How do I get permission to enroll in two courses that have conflicting times?
A time conflict cannot be overridden in MUHUB. The student must obtain the required approval from all instructors via email and forward the approvals to email@example.com. Course time conflicts require instructor approval from each course in conflict.
Q12. How do I register for a course as audit or pass/fail?
Restrictions on pass/fail and audit options are detailed in the Catalog of Programs and deadlines are outlined in the Academic Calendar. To take a course as audit or pass/fail, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further instruction.