Finding the Courses You'll Register for on MyRIC
While the schedule of classes gives you a sense of what is being offered and when, MyRIC will provide you with course descriptions to help you decide what to register for:
- Go to MyRIC and access your account by entering your user ID and password (all lowercase). Students who require assistance with accessing online registration should contact the Disability Services Center at 401-456-2776. If you forgot your ID or password or have trouble accessing your account, contact the Records Office at 401-456-8213.
- To locate and look through course(s) navigate from the RIC Announcements page to the RIC Student Homepage (using the top, left drop-down menu). Then click on Student Center > Search for Classes button. (Just ensure that the "Term" drop-down menu has "Spring 2024" selected.)
Please Note: When you select "Spring 2024" and run a search you will be shown courses for both Early Spring and Spring semesters. Please know that only courses with "12/26/2023 - 01/13/2024" in the Meeting Dates column are Early Spring courses. And please be sure to avoid course meeting times that conflict with each other.
Call/class numbers are the five-digit number preceding each course and are very important for these reasons:
- this is the number you will need in order to register for, add, or drop a given course
- clicking on a call number will provide you with the course description
Also, if a course has multiple sections, please note the unique section number. You may not register for more than one section of a course.
Some courses require departmental consent to enroll. These courses are identified in Class Search on the Class Details page with the phrase "Department Consent Required." A course may have this designation for reasons such as: minimum grade point average, earned credits, major, or permission of department chair. Contact the offering department for registration information.
The college catalog contains degree requirements for all undergraduate programs of study, rules that affect students, descriptions of courses, and a list of the faculty and administration of the college. You must know the rules given in the catalog for your degree program. The catalog is the document of authority for all students.