On Registration Day
When to log in
Wait until your designated registration time - do not log in to my.laboure.edu to register before your designated registration time.
If you are logged in before your registration time opens, you will have to log out and log back in once your registration time opens. Refreshing the page will not work.
Remember to use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to navigate to my.laboure.edu. We recommend using your desktop or laptop versus a mobile phone whenever possible.
Adding or dropping a course
Courses can be added or dropped online until the first day of classes for that semester. After the first day of classes, you can contact an Advisor in the Student Success Center to add or drop a course during the Course Adjustment Period.
Watch a tutorial video on how to register and drop courses.
Tip: If you see that the system is processing after you click “add” or “register”, do not click the button again. Clicking the button again will cause you to lose your space in the queue, and you will have to start the process over again.
All courses have waitlists if the course becomes full. If you are trying to register for a course that is full, you will be able to add yourself to the waitlist. You will be able to see the waitlisted course in your student schedule.
If an opening becomes available, the Registrar’s Office will place the next student on the waitlist into the course, and will email a confirmation to the student.
Waitlist criteria for nursing professional courses in the associate degree are determined by the Nursing Division. An explanation of waitlist criteria for these courses is available in the Registration Newsletter.
Registering for clinical
Clinical rotations are assigned by your program, and you will be contacted by a representative from your program with your clinical assignment. You will not need to register for clinical yourself.
If you attempt to register for two courses that overlap, you will receive an error message with a time conflict and will need to select different courses or sections. Time conflicts cannot be overridden.