To Register Online
Important Reminders: There are two very important points to keep in mind. First, your registration is not official until your advisor approves your schedule. Second, you are strongly urged to consult your academic advisor before registering. The College is not responsible for delays in a student’s academic progress if the student registers without consulting an academic advisor to make sure that the student’s choice of courses is appropriate.
To register log on to your Self Service account. Click the Login button on the upper left of the window. Logon with your network username, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org, and your network password.
- Select the Register tab.
- Select the Traditional Courses menu item.
- Select the Period for which you want to register.
- If the status for the period is OK to register, select the Period and continue with the registration process.
- If the status for the period is NOT OK to register, you are not authorized to register for this Period at this time. You can contact your advisor for more information.
- Follow the registration process.
After your on-line registration is submitted, your schedule will be forwarded to your advisor for approval. While pending approval, your seat is saved in the class, but your registration is not complete until your advisor approves the class(es). Not all on-line registered courses will be approved. Please check your Self- Service account to see your registration approval status.
Viewing Your Class Schedule
You can view a schedule of the classes for which you have registered, have been put on the waitlist, or have added to your shopping cart.
- Select the Classes tab.
- Select the Schedule menu item.
- Choose to view your schedule in a Text list, or within a calendar Grid.
- Choose the time Period for the schedule you want to view.
- Specify which courses you want to include in your schedule.
- Courses in your shopping Cart
- Waitlisted Courses
For instructions on how to use Self-Service, go to self-service on the Hilbert website and click the link for the Student User Guide.
Text Book Information
Textbook costs and book rental options for individual courses can be found at the Hilbert College Bookstore.
General Education Courses
Students who enroll at Hilbert for the first time in Fall 2009 or after must fulfill new General Education requirements. There are 5 specifically required classes: ENG 101, ENG 102, COM 151, GS 101, and PS 402. In addition, students must take one class each in 9 modules. Please see your advisor if you have questions.
Service-learning is a form of experiential learning, allowing students to combine their classroom lessons with projects or activities that meet a community need. Service-learning provides students with the opportunity to see the relevance of what they are learning, build their resumes, expand career possibilities, and make meaningful connections in the community. The exact requirements for service-learning activities are at the discretion of the professor. Courses not listed below may also offer service-learning.
Students may drop/add courses until the dates indicated in the Academic Calendar. To drop/add a course, a student may submit the request online and wait for advisor approval. Any course dropped within the published drop/add deadlines is removed from the student’s record.
Official withdrawal from Hilbert maintains a student's good standing and eligibility for readmission. To officially withdraw, a student must secure a withdrawal form from the Student Records Office, complete and return the form, and fulfill all financial obligations with the business/finance and student finance offices.
Refund Policy for Withdraw from College
Refund of all tuition and fee payments other than non-refundable deposits, is only allowed for those students officially notifying the registrar of the college of their non-attendance prior to the first day of classes. On or after the first day of the semester, refunds or credit will be issued on cancellations, withdrawals or changes that have been properly filed in writing in the Office of the Registrar. The effective date of cancellations, withdrawals or changes will be the date on which the completed form is received by the registrar. If done by letter, it must be sent certified return receipt. Refunds or credit amounts will be based on that date. The calculation of amounts of refund and credit due will be based on a refund schedule published in the college catalog.