Admitted Students

Step 6: Choose Your Classes

Now that you have prepared for your advising appointment, you are ready to talk to your advisor!

Pick Your Classes

Before your advising appointment, make a list of classes that interest you. These links can provide you with lists of certain types of classes (Liberal Arts Core, Mathematics & Composition, Majors, Options and Minors, or Electives).

To look at a dynamic schedule of the availability of these courses, or to look at ALL the courses being offered this semester, follow these steps:

  • Go to theFort
  • Login to your account with your username and password
  • Choose "WebOPUS" from the left column
  • Choose "Student Services & Financial Aid"
  • Choose "Registration"
  • Choose "Class Search"
  • Select the appropriate term; Submit.
  • From this Search screen, you'll be able to search for classes by department, course number, professor, credit range, or time offering.

Class Schedule Editable Form

Your Advising Appointment

If you are having an on-campus appointment, bring your list of potential courses with you to the Office of Admission & Advising in Kroeger Hall. You may have your advising appointment with an advisor in the Native American Center, located in Room 020 of the Student Union Building, in the Tutoring Center located in Room 105B Jones Hall, or in Degree Completion, located in Room 101B Miller Student Services. See a campus map here if you don't know your way around campus yet. Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early.

If you are scheduled for a phone appointment, make sure you are seated at a computer (with internet access) during your appointment so that your advisor can walk you through the registration process.

By the end of your appointment, you'll be registered for classes for your first semester at Fort Lewis College.

Financial Commitment

Once you are registered for your classes, you will incur a financial commitment to Fort Lewis College.

If you decide not to attend Fort Lewis College, you must take action to cancel your schedule before the first day of classes to avoid being responsible for a portion of your tuition and fees. You may go to the Registrar’s Office for more information.

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New Student Advising & Registration Webinar

Make sure to be at a computer with internet access at the time of your New Student Advising & Registration (NSAR) appointment. You will be emailed an invitation to participate in a live webinar that will guide you through your appointment. Additionally, the webinar is available here.

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