What Courses Are Being Offered?
Check for space availability in the course — Schedule of Courses
View detailed course information — Course Catalog
When Can I Schedule My Course?
The first day that you may schedule World Campus course(s) is based on the total credits earned to date (including transfer credits). You can find this information on the Registrar’s registration timetable, or you can view your registration date on your degree audit in eLion.
How Do I Schedule My Course?
Current World Campus students with an active Access Account can register on eLion.
New World Campus students or students with no active Access Account must submit an access account and registration form to schedule their first course(s). Learn more about registering for your first course or activating your Access Account.
Eight weeks prior to your course start date, you will receive your course welcome letter and an email notification that you have been scheduled for your course, which will provide you with information on accessing your course and obtaining course materials.
Important: After your courses are scheduled, you must complete your registration by paying your student bill. If you do not complete your registration, there could be academic and financial implications.
Graduate students in the following degree or certificate programs should use this form: course registration form (nonstandard). Please note that for these degree and certificate programs, payment is due at the time of registration. (Graduate Students Only)
How Do I Complete My Registration?
To complete your course registration, you must pay your student bill — which moves you from "scheduled" status to "registered" status. Even if you do not owe money (because financial aid or a third party covered all your tuition and fees), you must complete your registration. Follow these instructions about how to complete your registration by paying your bill.
Tip: You can find out when your bill is due each semester on the University Office of the Registrar’s website.
You will become "registered" upon payment of tuition and fees, or confirmation of registration electronically (i.e., when all charges will be covered by financial aid).
Electronic Bills Only
Important: Penn State only uses electronic bills (eBills), so you will not receive a paper bill in the mail. Check your official Penn State email account for a notification that your eBill is available. You can view and/or pay eBills via eLion.