SOLAR is the name for UW-P’s Student Information System. The system provides students with access to information related to admissions, records and registration, financial aid, and student financials. All students must register for classes using SOLAR.
SOLAR SYSTEM HOURS
24 hours a day, every day.
Winterim 2013 - Registration begins Thursday, November 8th.
Spring 2013 - Priority Registration for Degree-seeking students begins Thursday, November 8th.
Spring 2013 - Registration for Youth Options Program begins Monday, November 26th.
Spring 2013 - Registration for Non-degree-seeking students begins Monday, December 3rd.
Review the Academic Calendar for Important Dates and Deadlines for each semester.
For registration information or assistance call (262) 595-2284.
The SOLAR System is used to register for classes and to make schedule changes. Course Schedules, available on the menu at the left, contain a list of all classes available, along with the class numbers (Class Nbr) that can be used in SOLAR to select the classes to add. You can also search for classes while in SOLAR.There are some situations that cannot be processed using SOLAR and must be done in-person at the Office of the Registrar. They are:
Any questions about the process should be directed to the Office of the Registrar at (262) 595-2284.
During priority registration, students are assigned an earliest time to register based on the number of credits they have earned and in some cases based on the program they are in. Students can find their earliest time for registration on the SOLAR System in the Enrollment Dates section on the right side of their Student Center. After that earliest time is passed, they may register anytime until the registration period ends. Students must see their advisor before they can register for FALL and SPRING terms.
New freshmen must attend an orientation program. This day-long program includes advising and in-person registration. New freshmen should meet with their advisor for any class schedule changes during their first semester at UW-Parkside.