Current Students

It is highly recommended to set up an appointment with your advisor or CoAdvisor before you register for courses.

Add a course: 

  1. Choose "Register for Classes" (on the left column)
  2. Choose the appropriate term
  3. Search for courses
  4. Check the box to select the course
  5. Click "Add courses"

Drop a course:

  1. Choose "Register for Classes" (on the left column)
  2. Choose the appropriate term
  3. At the bottom you will see your current courses.
  4. Check the box in front of the course to drop
  5. Click "Drop Course"

Withdraw from a course:

Please see the Withdrawing from a course tab, found here.

links

Please review and use these important academic dates to plan your semester.

Click here and then select My Academic Advisor Report to find out who your advisors are.

This links to our course catalog on Baycollege.edu

Registration Timeline

Bay College has Priority Registration

Different groups of students are allowed to register for courses on certain days at certain times. Unless you have a hold, you may register yourself through myBay. Below is the schedule for our next registration process for Winter 2023:

 

Monday, October 17, 2022: 8:30am EST

- Degree seeking students who have completed 30 college-level Bay College credits
- All Student Athletes
- All Veteran Students

Tuesday, October 18, 2022: 8:30am EST

- Degree seeking students who have completed 6 college-level Bay College credits

Wednesday, October 19, 2022: 8:30am EST

- All current Bay College students, including Transfer, Guest, Non-Degree & Dual-Enrolled Students

Thursday, October 20, 2022: 8:30am EST

- Open Registration for all currently accepted Bay College students

Holds you may have

Bay College may place a warning message or hold on a student’s record for a variety of reasons. A warning message does not prevent registration but indicate that a student must resolve a concern related to their record.  A hold indicates that records cannot be released or a registration cannot be processed until the reason for the hold is resolved.

 

Types of "holds" include:

  1. Academic Warning/Hold: a warning message or hold may be placed at the request of the Registrar blocking registration of a student for failure to maintain the standards outlined in the standards of academic progress.
  2. Financial Hold: a hold may be placed at the request of the Student Accounts Office blocking registration of a student or the release of transcripts when the student has failed to discharge their financial obligations to the college.
  3. Library Resource Hold: a hold may be placed by the library blocking registration of a student who has failed to return a library resource or who has failed to pay fines or charges owed to the library.
  4. Registration Hold: a hold may be placed on a student’s record for a variety of reasons. Students must contact the Records & Registration Office to resolve the cause for the hold.
  5. Declare Major Warning: A warning message is placed on records for students who have graduated and are continuing to take classes but have not declared a new major. Students may register for classes, but they cannot be assigned an academic advisor and their financial aid may be affected. Students must contact the Registrar to resolve the issue.