First Semester Students
The Office of the Registrar
works closely with School Advising Services Coordinators,
Student Affairs and Admissions to prepare for Orientation 101, when
first semester students register for their classes and learn
about Salisbury University. Below you will find
important information about enrolling in classes.
New students will be invited to a Freshmen/Transfer
program in either January or June depending on their first
semester at Salisbury University. During Orientation 101 students
will enroll in their semester courses with the assistance of a
faculty and/or staff members. Students will also learn how
to navigate the online registration system, Gullnet, and will be
introduced to their email account. Please note that the
Registrar's Office handles all official communication over the
student email account. Orientation 101 information may be found in
detail on the
New Student Experience website.
- Open enrollment starts after Orientation 101 and is when all
current students have access to register and make changes to
their class schedule.
- Students are not required to meet with their advisor to participate in open
- Registration takes place starting at 12:01 am via GullNet during
- Students are encouraged to enroll in classes during
Orientation 101 and not to
wait for open enrollment as class availabilty is limited at this time.
O Pre-requisitesClass pre-requisites may be found in GullNet under the course description and in
the catalog. Students should review and know all pre-requisites before enrolling
into a class. If the student has questions about the pre-requisites, they should first
talk with their advisor and then the class instructor if needed. Successful
registration of a course with a pre-requisite in Gullnet does not mean that the
student meets the course pre-requisites. Students may be dropped by the
course instructor or department if they have not completed the appropriate
course pre-requisites prior to the star of the class.
Students with an account hold may be prevented from enrolling into a course.
To see if you have a hold, look for the negative service
indicator icon at the top right side of your
Student Center. If so please click it to see the type of hold on your
account or check the hold menu on the right side of your Student
Center. Below are possible holds that will prevent you
- Admissions Hold
- Cashier's Hold
- Judicial Hold
- Residency Hold
Each department handles request to enroll in closed classes differently.
Please contact the department of the class you wish to take directly for
Department Contact Information - How to contact
to discuss changing your major/minor or about a specific
- How to videos- GullNet videos that
show you to to enroll, drop, add classes as well as several