The Online Registration Process is being developed as a function of the MyENC student portal. Instructions on this process will be posted prior to the Registration period. Please check back on this page for information about registering for classes online.
Your Schedule is Online at MyENC!
Login to your MyENC account at my.enc.edu using your NetID. Your NetID is the same login that you use for your OWA email account. At MyENC you can view your class schedule, your student account balance, financial aid information and your chapel attendance among other things. This is a valuable tool, so take advantage of this site.
Please note that if you do not see a course in your online schedule that you had registered to take, this means you have been put on a waitlist or you did not meet the pre-requisites. In these cases you will be notified by the Registrar's Office to pick another course and see your advisor.
Please make sure you check your ENC email account regularly - you are held accountable for information the Registrar's Office sends to you.
If you have been put on a waitlist and later receive notification that you have been enrolled in the course - this means you are on the official class roster and will be billed accordingly. You MUST drop this course if you have decided to take another course.
Students are expected to register for 12-15 credit hours (4 courses) each semester. Twelve credits is the minimum number of hours to attain full time enrollment status and be eligible for campus housing, financial aid, and to participate in intercollegiate athletics.
Students may register for up to 17 credit hours without paying additional tuition. Each credit hour over 17 credits will be charged per credit. This is considered a course overload and must be petitioned by the student for approval. Students who are not in good academic standing are not allowed to register for a course overload.
Academic Standing and Classification Information
Are you in good academic standing? Are you wondering if you are a freshmen, sophomore, junior or senior - do you know your official classification? Your classification can affect your financial aid and even whether you will get invitations to senior graduation events! Know your classification and when and how it changes!