New Student Course Registration
Step 1: Tuition Deposit
Once you have been accepted into Northwestern Health Sciences University, you must pay a non-refundable tuition deposit to secure your enrollment in your individual program and be allowed to register. Your deposit is applied your first trimester tuition. If you have not completed this step, you may do so by going to the Student Application Portal to pay online.
Step 2: Review Program Schedule
Step 3: Meet with our Academic Advisor, if needed
Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Massage Therapy Students – Please read before completing Registration Request Form
- If you do not plan to register for the full course load (this is called a split), please schedule a meeting with our academic advisor Kristin Howell to develop your schedule.
- Please contact the Kristin Howell at 952-885-5472 or email@example.com to schedule an appointment prior to registering for classes.
- If you are also seeking the Bachelor of Science in Human Biology degree in addition to your primary program, please view the Undergraduate Class Schedules as well.
Undergraduate/Post-bac Pre-Health Students:
- You will register with Dr. Don Deal. Please contact Dr. Deal at 952-887-1380 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to begin the registration process.
Radiation Therapy, Radiologic Technology, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Medical Assisting Students, Master of Health Science in Integrative Care and Master of Health Science in Functional and Integrative Nutrition:
- You will register with the program chair. Please watch for an email from Admissions with instructions on how to contact the program chair to begin the registration process. Contact your admissions counselor with any questions.
Step 4: Complete the Registration Request Form
You will register for your classes online. Watch for an email from the Admissions Office once registration has opened, if you have submitted a tuition deposit. Students will not receive an email from Admissions with instructions for accessing Moodle and the course registration lesson until they have submitted a tuition deposit. The email will contain instructions for accessing Moodle, a course management system that you will use throughout your time as a student here. In Moodle, you will find a course called New Student Resources and within it, a lesson called New Student Course Registration. This lesson will provide the steps to register for classes through your Colleague Self Service account.
Your class schedule will be available to view on Colleague Self Service immediately upon completion of your registration.