Registration by MyBlue

Students register for classes using MyBLUE, the interactive web interface. This system allows students to register, drop and add classes, check an existing class schedule and obtain information on registration holds and grades. MyBLUE also offers access to address information, the complete schedule of classes, account balance, transcripts, degree audit and financial aid. To access MyBLUE go to See the Office of the University Registrar website at for upcoming registration dates and complete registration instructions.

Early Registration

Currently enrolled UNK students can register early for the upcoming semester. All students must meet with their assigned academic advisor prior to registering for classes during the early registration period. The registration system will NOT allow these students to register until they have consulted with their advisor. The Office of the University Registrar website at contains specific registration procedures and appointment times. Students are encouraged to use MyBLUE to check for any "holds" (fines, outstanding fees, other obligations) that might prevent them from accessing the registration option.

Open Registration

Open Registration precedes the beginning of classes for the semester. Any admitted student can register during this time. A new student or a former student who has not attended University of Nebraska at Kearney for two years or more (for both undergraduate and graduate students), must complete the online application available at prior to registration.

For specific details regarding dates, locations, and procedures, students should refer directly to the Office of the University Registrar  website at

Late Registration

Initial registration after the first week of the semester (Fall or Spring) or after the first class day (Summer) is considered late, and a $15 late fee will be charged. To process a late registration, students must have written permission from the instructor of each course they wish to register. They must complete their registration at the Office of the University Registrar, Warner Hall, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Tuition and all fees are due at the time of registration, and failure to pay will result in late charges and prepayment for future terms.

Beginning the third week of the semester or the third day of a summer class, students wishing to register must have permission from the course instructor and department chair for each class they plan to enroll. Students cannot register for full semester classes following the fourth week of the term.