Coronavirus Information

March 18, 2020: Update on Advising and Course Registration

Dear students,

As we all continue to navigate the unchartered waters of the COVID-19 outbreak, the University of Montevallo wants you to know we are still here to help you with advising and registration for the summer and fall 2020 semesters.

In light of recent developments, we are moving to an online advising format for students advising and registration for the summer and fall 2020 terms. The course schedule is now available online. All students must meet virtually with their advisors in order to register for classes.

To find out who your academic advisor is or to access your degree evaluation, simply follow these instructions and email your advisor to request a virtual advising session with them:

How to find your advisor: 

1. Login to Banner Self Service

2. Click on the “Student” tab

3. Select “Student Records”

4. Select “View Student Information”

5. Select “Term” and then select “OK.” Your advisor is listed here.

6. You can use the UM Directory to find their contact information: 

To access your degree self-evaluation to determine which classes you still need to take to complete the requirements for your degree, follow these steps:

How to access your Degree Evaluation: 

1. Login to Banner Self-Service

2. Click on the “Student Tab”

3. Select “Student Records”

4. Select “Degree Evaluation”

  • Here, you will see your major information listed. You have three options on the bottom of this screen: “Previous Evaluations,” “Generate New Evaluation,” “What-if Analysis,” and “View Holds.”
  • “Previous Evaluations” lets you see any evaluations you may have completed previously and will show the date they were done.
  • “Generate New Evaluation” allows you to run a degree evaluation at that time. It will show you where you currently stand academically, as well as classes you have completed, are registered for, or still need to complete.
  • “What-If-Analysis” gives you the opportunity to see how your completed classes would transfer over to another major. This does not change your major, but it does allow you to see what requirements you would still need if you were to change your major.
  • “View Holds” shows you any holds you have on your student account. These holds will have to be addressed before you are allowed to register for classes.

More details can be found here: CAPP Degree Evaluation (Student Handbook)

After you have completed your academic advising session, you’ll be eligible to register for upcoming classes. Below is the list of undergraduate registration dates each opening at 7 a.m.


Start Date

Start Time

Graduate students

Monday, April 6

7:00 AM

Seniors (90 or more earned hours), second bachelor’s and priority registrants*

Wednesday, April 8

7:00 AM

Juniors (60-89 earned hours) and athletes

Friday, April 10

7:00 AM

Sophomores (30-59 earned hours)

Tuesday, April 14

7:00 AM

Freshmen (less than 30 earned hours)

Thursday, April 16

7:00 AM

* – Priority registrants, after advising, should follow the instructions from DSS, Honors or SSS to obtain priority clearance.

To view the course schedule:

  • Log on to Banner Self Service
  • Click on the “Student” > click on “Registration” > click on “Look Up Classes and Book Information.”
  • Search by Term: Fall 2020

While in Banner, check for any holds on your account that could hinder you from registering for classes.

To check for holds:

  • Click on “Student” > click on “Student Records” > click on “View Holds” to check for registration holds and office contact information.

Before your advising session, look through the course schedule and create or write down a schedule you would like for the fall semester. Include all the class information, including the CRN (Course Number). Also, always make sure to have a back-up plan in case a class is already full when you try to register.

The UM Cashier’s Office staff will continue to work remotely to answer and assist in any inquiries in regards to student accounts, utilizing electronic methods and University email to communicate with students. To contact the Cashier’s office, email or visit the office’s webpage at

Feel free to contact the Falcon Success Center with any questions or concerns you may have by calling 205-665-6092, texting 205-900-4668 or emailing The UM Registrar’s Office is also available to answer questions about registration by emailing