Registration for AY2019-20

2018-19 Schedule of Classes is available through Course Search and Course Finder on My Wartburg. Summer 2019 courses are in AY 2018-19.

2019-20 Schedule of Classes is available through Course Search and Course Finder on My Wartburg.

Online Registration for AY2019-20
Online registration is only available during the dates reserved for your classification. Online registration is now closed.

Third-Fourth Year: 12 a.m., March 11 - 11:30 p.m., March 12
Second Year: 12 a.m., March 18 - 11:30 p.m., March 19
First Year: 12 a.m., March 25 - 11:30 p.m., March 26

On-site Registration for AY2019-20Beginning with the registration dates reserved for your classification, onsite registration requires the submission of a registration form in the Registrar's Office during office hours.


Register Online Here 
Online registration is only available during classification registration dates noted above.  Schedule changes after the classification registration dates require the submission of a schedule change card signed by the academic advisor.

Registration: Instructions/Guidelines


Academic Deadlines:Select appropriate term for details.

2018-19 Academic Deadlines

Luther Hall 216 
Phone: (319) 352-8272
Office hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (4 p.m. summer)

Sheree Covert, Registrar
Joel Holthaus, Records Coordinator

Sabrina Hull, Registrar Support Specialist

Degree Checklists

The checklists below reflect the requirements for students entering under the 2018-19 academic catalog.  

Current Students: 
Your Advising Worksheet is designed to recognize the degree requirements for the academic catalog under which you entered.

Review your Advising Worksheet to track your degree requirements which includes the appropriate Essential Education checklist.

Essential Education Checklists:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.E.)
Office of the Registrar

RO Support Services

The Registrar's Office maintains the integrity and accuracy of academic records to support each student from enrollment to graduation and beyond, establishing the connection between students and faculty and the curriculum.  The RO works with an array of constituents within and outside the campus community which includes faculty, staff, and parents as well as federal organizations to monitor and administer college policies with respect for academic standards and requirements.  The items below represent some of the services offered by the RO within the following service areas: Academic Records, Compliance & Articulation, Registration, Classroom Scheduling, Technology Services, Curriculum & Catalog, Cross-functional Campus Programs.

Provides academic transcript services
Maintains student data to support academic records which includes processing name changes and address changes
Builds class schedules and assigns rooms
Verifies enrollment and degree completion
Monitors enrollment and works with students to maintain academic progress toward degree completion
Provides curriculum maintenance which includes management of the online academic tools and information to include the online academic catalog and the Advising Worksheet
Manages waitlists with respect for student enrollment needs and degree completion
Confirms completion of academic requirements for conferring of degrees
Generates and distributes diplomas
Maintains the Transfer Equivalency System (TES) to support the review of transfer credits for previous academic programs and requests for degree credit for matriculated students
Reviews and develops processes for implementation of articulation and consortium agreements
Certifies enrollment for students receiving Veteran benefits
Enrollment Status

Full-time students enroll in:

  • 3.00-4.50 course credits (cc) in Fall Term
  • 4.00 - 5.75 cc in Winter/May Term (3.00 - 4.50 in the Winter term and 1.0-1.25 in the May term).
Part-time students enroll in: 
  • 0.25- 2.75 course credits
Overload students enroll in:
  • 4.75 cc or more
For the Winter/May Term, enrollment status is determined by the course credits students have registered for in the Winter Term. Students must be enrolled in one May Term course per academic year. Overload for May Term is more than 1.25 cc.
Degree Verifications
Wartburg College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:

Web: www.degreeverify.org
Mail: National Student Clearinghouse
2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171