Self-Service is replacing WebAdvisor. Self-Service helps students plan class schedules while avoiding time conflicts and register for courses. Advisors no longer can enroll students. Self-Service works in all browsers.
Learn more about Self-Service with the informative videos below.
Students can use WebAdvisor to:
Students use Self-Service to register for courses. Students can also view schedules for those terms. If students have any holds preventing registration, they can view those in the "Plan for Registration" section in Self-Service.
Download the instructions for how to enter grades using Self-Service.
As with Colleague, required consent for a course (or a section) requires approval. Department staff or advisors will enter the permit in Banner Forms on the SFASRPO screen (after receiving appropriate departmental permission).
In Self-Service (registration), students should search for the university and location that is appropriate for them.
As with Colleague, departments establish the section caps on the semester sections draft. Banner will technologically enforce those caps.
As with Colleague, only administrative departments assign registration restricting holds.
Advisors must remove advising holds before a student can register. Students must resolve any registration restricting holds prior to registering.
As with Colleague, current students can register on the first day of their time ticket (priority registration) and continue registration until the last date of add/drop.
On Self-Service, find the advisee’s student profile card and look in the upper right section.
Self-Service registration is web-based and mobile-friendly, allowing students to search/register for classes anytime and anywhere on their device of choice. (Registration permitted after their time ticket date and advisor hold has been removed.)
Students with technical concerns can contact the USD HelpDesk at (605)677-5028.
University CBT’s are created for students and can be found at the videos above.
Yes – by using the delete function in Banner SFASRPO screen.
Note: The preferred method to email the class list is using Coyote Connections; this is expected to be available in July 2019