Have you completed your Early Course Registration Process? If you haven't, follow these easy Steps!

Follow the following steps to register for classes:

1) Submit your major declaration here. You can also declare a minor on the same page. If you are unsure of what your major should be, or if you should declare a minor, please contact one of the following advisors:


Summer 2024 Academic Advisors

College of Liberal Arts 

College of Business and Professional Studies

               Department of Business Administration and Public Leadership:

               Department of Health and Human Performance:

               Social Work:

College of STEM



               Computer Engineering/Information Systems Engineering/Computer Science and Information Systems/Mathematics:

University College


Fall 2024-Spring 2025 Academic Advisors

College of Liberal Arts

College of Business and Professional Studies 

       Department of Business Administration and Public Leadership: 

               Department of Health and Human Performance:  

              Social Work:  

              Master of Social Work (MSW): 

College of STEM



             Biology/Chemistry (Double Major):


             Computer Engineering/Information Systems Engineering/Computer Science and Information Systems:


2) Placement exams: These exams will be used by your advisor to place you in the correct courses. Click on this link to get started!  

  • Math Placement Exam: This exam will determine which math class is right for you. This exam is Mandatory for all incoming students to the university unless you are transferring in with math credit or are bringing in AP or IB credit.
  • Chemistry Placement Exam: This exam is required for students who are interested in majoring in Biology, Chemistry, or Computer Engineering. Again, if you are transferring in with chemistry credit from another school or have AP or IB credit, you may not need this exam. Please check in with your assigned advisor before taking the exam. 
  • Foreign Language Placement Exams: These exams are for those who have some proficiency in either French or Spanish and desire to place out of one or both required courses. If you would like an assessment for a language other than French or Spanish, please contact your advisor. They will help you contact the correct people.

Please note that these exams require time for grading. You are encouraged to take your Placement Exams prior to your attendance at Golden Bull Academy (JCSU’s New Student Orientation program). Scores can take up to two (2) business days to be processed and available to your advisor. (NOTE: You must take your Placement Exams before your course schedule can be created!) 

3) Once you have declared your major (if applicable) and taken your Placement Exams, you are ready to contact your advisor to make your schedule. Please contact the advisor listed above.

If you're accepted into the Biddle Institute, you will need to complete the following step(s) to prepare for advising:

1) Complete your Placement Exams by visiting this link.

2) Set an appointment for a one-on-one Pre-Strengths Advising session with one of the following Biddle Institute staff members: 

George Buggs III                                                                                 Antonio Brown

Director                                                                                               Program Coordinator                                                                       

Schedule advising appointment here:                                                     Schedule advising appointment here: 


Course Information: 


Sit Lux Scholars 

  • Bridge to Biddle Summer course schedules are provided upon your arrival in June. Fall schedules are reviewed and created during your summer program.

Biddle Freshman Scholars 

  • Fall schedules are created and discussed during your one-on-one appointment.


*NOTE: Biddle Institute students are not able to declare their major until after the first semester and requirements have been met; however, advising sessions are geared to prepare you for this decision. 


Coming to JCSU as an Adult Learner? Read More Here!


As an Adult Learner, you have access to a Student Success Manager named Mr. Damon Miller. Mr. Miller assists Adult Learners with making a smooth academic and social transition to JCSU. He can be reached at