Access the online Web Registration System, also known as “WebReg.”
Once students have completed these steps, courses added to schedule should appear on the right side of the WebReg screen.
Access the Rutgers Online Schedule of Classes:
What is a Credit Prefix (Pfx)?
Graduate degree students taking undergraduate courses at the 300-400 level must select a credit prefix ('Pfx' dropdown) to indicate whether the course counts toward the degree. Prefixes are not required for graduate courses and are not appropriate for non-degree students, so don't worry about them - this doesn't apply to you so you can leave them as they are.
The New Brunswick Registrar's Offices serve as the custodian of student academic records. We provide and maintain essential processes and answer inquiries with confidentiality and integrity for our students, faculty, and administrators while supporting our mission. We also provide and support registration, transcripts and verifications, posting of grades and degrees, changes in residency, calendars, name and address changes, Veteran's benefits, awarding of diplomas, as well as graduation and commencement information.
Rutgers students can visit the University Schedule of Classes to find available courses. This can help lead to building, comparing, reviewing, and registering schedules.
Student Unofficial Transcript and Grades System
Currently enrolled students can visit the Student Unofficial Transcript and Grades System to view class schedules, as well as semester grades, full transcripts, and transfer course credits. Transcript information is updated nightly. Transcripts are not available on Fridays from 6 to 8 p.m.
To request an official transcript, visit the Transcript/Enrollment Certification & Term Grade Report System