How to Register

Students who meet admission criteria can register for Andrews University classes by following these steps:

Choose course(s) from the list of courses approved for high school registrations, if attending main campus. Consult the course schedule to locate the course registration number (CRN) for a class that fits your schedule and has seats available still.  (If seeking online courses for high schoolers, this page lists courses available for the next two semesters.

  1. Click Undergraduate Guest Student at
  2. Create an account.
  3. Fill in a New Guest Form, selecting high school student.
  4. Follow directions. Your entry will be saved if you need to leave before you're done.
  5. Watch for an email within 2-3 business days confirming admission or prompting you for missing information. 
  6. Once admitted, you can enroll at any time for classes in the term admitted.  Payment is due with the high school deadline, a week before class starts usually.

Print and complete  the registration form.  If the school is unaccredited (including homeschools), or the student is registering for courses with prerequisite math scores, attach a copy of the student's most recent standardized test scores:

  • Scores must be at or above the 50th percentile for admission
  • Math scores above specific minimums fulfill prerequisites for each math course.
  • Students from accredited schools without standardized test scores may take the Andrews University Math Placement Exam.  See resources to review or set an appointment to take an exam at the next date on campus.  Email to request the exam form, if you live away from Berrien Springs.  

Check that all signatures are included:

  • Student signature is required, and initials through the student agreement section.
  • Parent signature is required when students are younger than 18 years, and recommended on all forms.
  • A school registrar signature verifies that the student meets the minimum required GPA of 3.0, has consulted with his/her school counselor, and is deemed ready to succeed in college level learning
  • A financial responsibility signature confirms who will be paying. Registration forms cannot be processed until payment is received or the school signs that they will pay upon receipt of an Andrews invoice.

Use any of the following ways to the submit the forms:

Fax: (269) 471-2670
Mail: 4150 Administration Drive, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI 49104-0740

The school registrar or parent and the student will receive an email confirming registration, or actions needed to complete the registration. The message will include the student's Andrews identification number, how to activate his or her Andrews University username (which is the email handle too), and how to purchase textbooks. Students, here's where college begins: you must read for detail, and check your Andrews email every day you study.

If you chose to pay Andrews University directly, your registration confirmation email will include the steps to pay online through Registration Central's Touchnet payment tool.  You will log in with your Andrews username (which is your email handle, left of @) and password to your FINVUE page. There, click on make a payment. Follow directions, including who to call or email if help is needed.  

If your school accepted billing, pay your part (if any) to your school.  Even if you are paying through the school, it is your responsibility to check your Andrews statement, so it will be mailed to the address entered in the application process.  Third party billing begins in the 2nd month of a term, so you can ignore the first bill. As only tuition and registration fee are billed, any additional fees will be yours to pay directly.  As transcripts are held until bills are paid, check and pay by the end of the term.

Note that payment is due by the first day of class; but you want to enroll before July 15 for Fall and November 15 for Spring, to secure a place in the class. Registrations will be dropped if payment in full (or third party billing) is not in place by the term drop/add date (see the Academic Calendar for the exact dates in the current Bulletin, usually 10 days after the term start date).