Step 1: Sign in to your SE email.
Go to my.se.edu to sign in. This will activate all of your SE accounts. Important information goes to your SE email account, so check your student email at least once per day!
New students – Your admissions acceptance letter will give you your username and password.
Current students – Use your current username and password to sign in to your SE email.
Need help? If you are having trouble signing in, please contact the Help Desk at 580.745.4357 or email@example.com.
Step 2: Schedule an appointment with your Advisor.
All students have an assigned advisor. You must meet with your assigned advisor prior to registration. Follow the information below to identify your advisor and schedule an appointment.
Don’t know your advisor? Visit your Colleague Self-Service to find their name! If you can’t find it, fill out this FORM to have the information sent to you.
Know your advisor? Scroll down to the Advisor Contact Information section below and either reach out to your advisor to make an appointment or schedule an appointment online.
Take courses at an extension campus? Scroll down to the Advisor Contact Information section and schedule an appointment online with your specific extension campus advisor.
Step 2.5: Take your placement test(s) – if required.
New students may be required to take a placement test before registering for classes. Check your admissions letter to determine if you need to take a placement test(s). If you are required to take a placement test, follow the steps provided in the pdf below to take the test from home.
Take a Placement Test
Step 3: Find your degree plan.
Your degree plan is the list of classes you will take to graduate. When you meet with your Advisor, they will want to know what courses you would like to take. They will work with you to decide the courses that are best for you this semester. You can find the degree plans HERE.
Don’t know what you want to major in or what courses to take? That’s ok. Your Advisor will work with you to find a few possible major options and get you started taking your general education courses. You can also take assessment tests to determine which major is right for you.
Exploring Majors & Careers Resources
Step 4: Meet with your Advisor.
Your Advisor will help you choose your courses and answer questions you have about Southeastern. In your advising appointment, you will work together to plan your semester and learn how to use Colleague Self-Service.
Step 5: Register for courses.
Your Advisor will guide you through registration for your courses. At the end of your advisement session, your Advisor will guide you through using Colleague Self-Service to officially register your courses. Follow the steps provided in the video and pdf below to learn how to use the “Register for Classes” feature.
Plan & Register for Classes Video
Plan & Register for Classes PDF
You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule additional one-on-one help registering for courses after you have met with your Advisor.
Step 6: Verify your official schedule.
Access your official schedule in print view. You can have classes on your “plan” that you are not registered for. Confused? The easiest way to know which courses you are registered for is to ‘print’ your schedule. Clicking print will open your schedule in a new window that allows you to print or take a screenshot. The pdf below will show you step by step how to print your schedule in Colleague Self-Service.
How to Print Your Schedule and Verify Your Registration
View the links or contact us if you have any questions or problems. The Center for Student Success can be reached at 580.745.2370 or email@example.com. We will help you find answers to problems you are running into.
Resolve Common Registration Questions