Basic Steps to Registration

1. Obtain your registration appointment time on myUSC, on Web Registration or on OASIS by clicking “Permit to Register.”

2. Before attempting to register for classes, please confirm that your address is correct and make any necessary changes. You can access your address record through OASIS. (Log in to and click on the OASIS button. Once in OASIS, select the “Other Services” link and click on “Address Update.”)

3. Meet with your academic adviser to plan your schedule, if necessary.

4. Contact your department and arrange for “D” clearance and/or prerequisite waivers.

5. Clear any restrictions indicated on your registration permit, including any mandatory advisement requirement. You will not be allowed to register until advisement requirements are cleared.

6. Log in to myUSC and click on Web Registration or log in to Web Registration ( to enroll in classes or make changes to your schedule.

7. Purchase USCard credits, parking permit and any other services to be charged to your student account.

8. Obtain waiver of health insurance, if necessary.

9. Review your Financial Aid Status Check Page to determine the status of your Financial Aid summary.

10. To e-sign your Promissory Note for Federal Perkins Loans, HPSL and/or Institutional Loans, visit the Student Financial Services Website.

11. If your financial aid eligibility includes Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, you must complete the application steps detailed at

12. Graduate students: To apply for the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan, complete the steps listed at

13. Undergraduates: If your parents would like to borrow a Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan, have them complete the steps listed at

14. Apply for the USC Payment Plan or Tuition Reimbursement Deferment at Student Financial Services. Visit

15. Settle your bill with the Cashier’s Office. All students must register and settle their bills entirely by the settlement deadline to avoid late fees.

Note: Planning your schedule but failing to register for any courses before the tuition and fees payment deadline is not a valid reason to request a waiver of the late registration fee.