Enroll in courses aligned with your interests with the help of your faculty adviser. From considering your plans and interests to going over plans with your adviser, the course enrollment process is designed to keep you on track towards degree completion. Your faculty adviser is your partner as you vet your course options and plan to enroll. Begin to work with them early to ensure that you have time to fully consider your options–including those they can help you uncover. Enrollment Process Explore Course Offerings and Princeton departments with your academic interests in mind. Complete the Academic Planning Form in TigerHub, designating your potential major and certificates, and placing courses in your queue. Meet with your faculty adviser to discuss your courses and your academic plans. Once your faculty adviser has approved your choices, enroll using TigerHub (check the academic calendar for dates). Special Situations Auditing a Course Talk to the professor of the course you wish to audit (participate in a course on a non-credit basis). If the professor agrees to accept you as an auditor, see your dean or assistant dean for studies to change the course grading to audit (before the drop deadline in the ninth week of the semester). Audited courses do not carry a course credit and do not count as prerequisites, distribution requirements, departmental courses, or toward graduation. Graduate Courses Graduate courses are open to undergraduates with the permission of the instructor, departmental representative and residential college dean or assistant dean for studies. Complete the permission form to begin the process. Only consider enrolling in a graduate course if you have exhausted the curricular possibilities in a given area, or if there are no undergraduate course offerings that would allow you to study a given topic. Full Courses and Waitlists If the course you’re seeking to add is full, check the course description in Course Offerings or write to the instructor to inquire about a waitlist. A spot may become available as other students modify their schedules. If you can’t get into the course, don’t worry! It may be offered in a future semester and you now have a spot in your schedule open to try out something new or fill a missing requirement. Useful Information Course Changes and P/D/F Election Learn how the add/drop period works and understand how it can benefit you. Manage your schedule Academic Advising Define and progress on your academic path with the help of a community of academic advisers. Connect with advisers Course Placement Plan a course schedule that aligns with your goals and academic readiness. Build a strong foundation Choosing a Major Explore the curriculum before deciding on your major, which serves as your academic home. Find your fit Forms and Guides Course Enrollment Worksheet Use this form to manage course changes that require additional approval. APF Student Instructions Get help completing the Academic Planning Form (APF), which is located in TigerHub. Additional Resources Course Offerings Find complete information about undergraduate and graduate courses by term. Undergraduate Announcement Review academic regulations, programs of study, and undergraduate course offerings in this publication released each August. Academic Calendar Keep track of key dates and important deadlines. Your Path to Princeton Connect to a range of resources focused on learning and living at Princeton. First-Year Academic Guide Find answers to common questions and concerns that are likely to arise during your first year at Princeton.