The Alternate PIN is your registration code and allows you to enroll in classes during the upcoming semester. To obtain your PIN, you need to meet with your academic advisor during the advising week. Advising week during the Fall semester typically occurs in the third week of October and in the third week of March for the Spring semester (consult the Office of the Registrar's "Registration Handbooks" (www.montana.edu/registrar/Handbooks.php) for exact dates during the current semester).

You will not be able to obtain your PIN from anyone other than your assigned academic advisor. Prior to advising week, you will receive an email from your academic advisor regarding scheduling a meeting. Please ensure that the email associated with your DegreeWorks profile is current and that you check that account regularly. If you don't see an email from your advisor, then email the professor to request an advising appointment. Failure to schedule a meeting with your academic advisor during advising week can result in a lengthy delay in acquiring your PIN and registering for classes.

After receiving your PIN, you will be able to register for classes beginning on your assigned registration date. You can check your registration date on the Office of the Registrar's Registration page (www.montana.edu/registrar/registration.html).

If you are a returning student who has not been enrolled during the most recent semester, you must submit an "Intent to Register" form to the Registrar's Office . You will receive your registration code (Alternate PIN#) once the form is processed. The Intent to Register form must be completed online using MyInfo .

If you are new to the department, you will need to determine your academic advisor by either logging your DegreeWorks account or looking under "Student Services" in MyInfo . Once you have located this information, contact your academic advisor to set up an appointment to retrieve your registration code.

You will not be able to obtain your PIN from anyone other than your assigned academic advisor. Prior to advising week, you will receive an email from your academic advisor regarding scheduling a meeting. Please ensure that the email associated with your DegreeWorks profile is current and that you check that account regularly. If you don't see an email received from your advisor, then email the professor to request an advising appointment. Failure to schedule a meeting with your academic advisor during advising week can result in a lengthy delay in acquiring your PIN and registering for classes.