Register for Classes
Plan Your Schedule
Tyler’s college catalog outlines all the courses required in your major and includes a printable degree planner you can use to track your progress toward graduation. If you are using financial aid, this information is critical. Financial aid will only pay for courses that are part of your major.
For assistance with your first semester schedule, speak with Advising Center staff. In future semesters, the advisor assigned to you based on your major can help you plan your schedule and guide you through college and career decisions.
View Your Class Options
Our searchable class schedule allows you to filter your options allows you to filter current class offerings based on class length, class type, campus, meeting day and more. We recommend writing down your preferred class numbers from the schedule so you can search for them directly in the myTyler Student Information System to register.
Register Online for Classes
Once you’re ready to make your choices, log in to myTyler.
In order to be able to register online, you’ll need to make sure your myTyler account is set up; we’ve created a video tutorial if you need assistance. For help with resetting your password, contact our Help Hub.
If it’s your first time registering, we have created a video tutorial to walk you through the process of using our Student Information System in myTyler.
If you know what classes you’d like to take but need assistance with registration, contact the Admissions and Records Office.
Non-degree seeking students who want to enroll in a class and transfer it back to their home college or university may need to provide a Transient Form before enrolling.
Pay for Your Classes
Once you have registered, you will need to pay for your classes. You do not have to pay immediately when registering, but it is important to note that if you do not pay for your classes by the listed payment deadlines, you may be dropped from your classes. Tyler does not send tuition bills or reminders of payments due.
Get Your Books
Students who have their textbooks on the first day of class are more likely to get better grades and complete their courses. So be prepared! Take a copy of your class schedule to the bookstore, or order online.
Using financial aid? You’ll need a photo ID and student ID number for your financial aid purchase. See when you can charge books and supplies to financial aid.
Concerned about costs? Options like used books, rented books, digital textbooks and open educational resources (OER) courses, if available, can save you money.