Stephen F. Austin State University

Registration Process Information

The Registration Department of the Office of the Registrar provides assistance to the student in the use of the on-line system during the registration process. For questions regarding registration, call (936) 468-1370. For full instructions concerning registration, refer to the Registration Tutorials Registration Tutorials. For more information regarding when registration is open, refer to Important Deadlines.

New Course Numbers (Fall 2020)

Beginning Fall 2020, SFA courses are moving from 3 digit prefix and numbers to the Texas Common Course Number System of 4 digit prefixes and numbers. The documents below can be used to find the new course numbers.

SFA Core Curriculum New Course Numbers

Undergraduate New Course Numbers

Graduate New Course Numbers

If you are having issues finding a course, contact the department of the course or your advisor for assistance.

Steps to Register

1. Meet with your Advisor.

2. Clear all active registration HOLDS.

3. Register using Schedule Planner or Add/Drop Courses.

Tutorials for these registration methods can be found on the Registration Tutorials page.

Key Things to Remember

Important Registration Deadlines for the current semester can be viewed here.

Review the Electronic Class Schedule to obtain class meeting time, place and instructor information.

If you plan on taking any online classes, review the Online Classes listing.

Students with active registration holds will not be able to register. Information regarding common holds and how to address them can be found on the Holds page.

Failure to pay your bill could result in the loss of your classes. Students are encouraged to access account information over the Internet at mySFA. Students may also contact the Business Office at (936) 468-6960 concerning their financial obligation. It is the student's responsibility to contact the Business Office concerning billing information and payment deadlines.

Course Program of Study (CPOS)

For questions concerning Course Program of Study (CPOS) and how your financial aid is affected, click here.