Course Registration Steps

Steps to Register for a Course
  1. Visit the UWI, Mona Website Homepage: www.mona.uwi.edu
  2. Click “Current Students”
  3. Scroll down to click on “Student Administration System” listed under (Online Systems) (to the left of the page)
  4. Click on “Enter Secure Area”
  5. Enter your user ID number and password in the space provided
  6. Click “Student”/“Student Services”
  7. Click “Registration”
  8. Click “Select Term” (select the correct academic year and semester) then click “Submit”
  9. Click “Lookup Classes to Add”
  10. Click “Class Search” (found at the bottom of the page)
  11. Click on the four-letter course code in the subject box (e.g. “ECON - Economics”)
  12. Click “Course Search”
  13. Click “View Section” beside the course you are searching for
  14. Click inside the select box for one of each section listed (e.g. select one lecture section, select one tutorial section, select one lab etc.)
  15. Click “Register” (found at the bottom of the page)
  16. Confirm your registration by clicking “Student”, then “Registration”, then “Registration Status and Financial Clearance”
 
Requesting an Override (for Registration Add Errors)
 
For course registration errors that would occur after completing step 15, (e.g. Lecturer Approval Required)
  1. Upon getting the “Lecturer Approval Required” Registration Add error message (reflecting with a red coloured error alert icon/symbol)
  2. Click the “Request Override” found at the bottom of the page
  3. When the (Course Overrides) page comes up, click the “Select Course” drop down box, click on the course, type a reason in the box to the right (if you wish) to help inform the lecturer, department or faculty staff attending to override requests
  4. Click the “Submit Request” button
  5. Observe the course with the error message listed across the screen which confirms that your override request was correctly made
  6. Follow up with the course lecturer, department or faculty (for Faculty Maximum Hours Exceeded errors) responsible for granting approvals for the course error received