Detailed Explanation of the Columns on the Main Registration Page
Course Registration / Course Additional Registration
Day / Period
This is the day and period the course is held. If a course is held on several days or over several class periods, it will be displayed for each respective day and period. To display courses without designated days or class periods (e.g. exit examinations), please select "Other" from the drop-down menu.
This is a checkbox to be used when you wish to delete the courses you have chosen. Check the box and proceed to the Confirmation Page, then to the Registration Complete Page, where the courses will be deleted. Courses without checkboxes mean that the registration has been finalized and it is no longer possible to delete them.
The semester in which the lecture is held is given here.
Yr/SF: Year-round courses (Spring and Fall). Set of courses held in both Spring and Fall Semesters.
Sp/SI: Spring Semester course, Spring Semester intensive course or a set of Spring Semester courses
Fa/FI: Fall Semester course, Fall Semester intensive course or a set of Fall Semester courses
Non-regular courses will be shown below.
Intensive: A course which holds classes intensively during a specific period.
1st half: A course that is held in the first half of that semester only.
2nd half: A course that is held in the second half of that semester only.
Every other week: A course that is held every other week (fortnightly).
Course Reg. No.
This is a unique course registration number for each class, as printed on your timetable.
Column A: Regular courses are shown with Column A.
Column B: Column B is shown when used to register for a course offered by other faculty/graduate school than yours, or to register a course for another field. You may need to select one of the Column B options from the drop-down list. You must select the appropriate number for Column B in the "Field" column.
Please take note that the appropriate designation for Column B differs depending on the course (many mistakes have been noted in the past), so please refer to your course registration guide and select one of the applicable Column B numbers for each course.
For the classes shown with Column B, there is a designated Column B number.
The name of the campus will be shown for the course.
The name of the faculty, graduate school, and research center or institute will be shown for each course.
The name of the course will be shown.
The day and period held are given before the name of the course. Two courses that must be taken together as a set are indicated by a slash (/) conjoining the two course names.
The instructor for the course is given here (no more than one person).
The field number for the course is shown here (only for courses where the registration has completed). For the meaning of each number, please refer to your course registration guide.
The amount of credits for the course is shown here.
For courses that are held over multiple periods per week(e.g., a class held over first and second periods on Monday), the amount of credits will be shown in the first period while a hyphen (-) will be shown for the second period.
The current course registration status is shown here.
Registration complete: You have registered for this course.
*However, this online registration is treated as an application and has not yet been finalized. There is a possibility that the number of students may be adjusted for a particular course, or there may be other problems with your registration.Not registered: You have selected this course, but it has not been registered.Pending: Due to an error, your registration has been put on hold. Please find out what the error is and work to solve it. Finalized: Registration has been finalized, and it is no longer possible to delete the course.
Please refer to the links below.
Explanation of Registration Status/Error Messages
Cancel / Restore
These columns are displayed on the Course Cancellation page only.
There is a check box in the "Cancel" column for courses that can be cancelled. Check the courses you would like to cancel. The check box will not be displayed for courses that cannot be cancelled during the designated period.
If you have cancelled courses but wish to restore them, place a check in the check box in the "Restore" column.