1. Create a Degree Works Plan of Study

Develop a Degree Works plan of study and have it approved by your Academic Advisor. Your plan will aid in registration and provide you with a road map for your degree completion.

    Click here for more information on developing your degree work plan of study.


    2. Meet with your advisor and get your Registration PIN

    Each semester you will receive a new Registration PIN to register for classes. You must meet with your advisor to obtain your registration PIN. Your advisor will add your registration pin to your Degree Works plan of study.

    Graduates and non-degree students do not require a registration PIN to register.


    3. Build a Schedule using Schedule Planner

    Are you ready to build your next schedule? The Schedule Planner is a great tool that assists in finding the classes you need in a way that fits your life. After you are done creating the perfect schedule you can ‘Send to Cart’ and save for when you are ready to register. You can access Schedule Planner by signing into Banner Self-Service and clicking the Student tab.

    Click here for more information on using Schedule Planner.


    4. Verify Holds

    Before registering verify that you do not have any holds on your record. To see if you have any holds on your record, access your Degree Works audit and click the Student Holds link or log into Banner Self Service through Pirate Port and click the Student Records link.


    5. Register for Courses

    Currently enrolled students may use Banner Self Service through Pirate Port to register for courses.

    Your schedule should contain no more than 18 hours of primary courses and a list of alternate courses. (each summer session cannot exceed seven hours of courses). To register for more than 18 s.h.

    Please email to get approval.

    All special permissions (e.g., extra hours, majors only courses, Dean/Chairperson’s permissions, etc.) for course registration must be secured in writing or via ECU e-mail and may only be entered by the Office of the Registrar or the Academic Department.


    Registration Add Error Messages

    If you are unable to register for a course contact your academic advisor or complete the contact form below.