ONLINE & BLENDED COURSES

Shippensburg University is committed providing you access to quality, educational opportunities through online learning experiences.

To learn more about online course availability and to see when you can register for your courses, please check your myShip account. In your myShip account, you'll be able to view your registration time ticket, that will provide specific dates and information to help you successfully register for courses.

For more information on enrollment periods for undergraduates, graduates, and all other students, see Course Registration section below.

Upcoming Course Offerings

Courses Withdraw Form

Tuition & Fees

Current SU Students

Currently enrolled Shippensburg University undergraduate and graduate students should register for online classes by logging into their MyShip portal (You will use your SU email and password). In your MyShip account, you'll be able to view registration times, dates, and information to that will help you successfully register for courses. If you have concerns about academic requirements, prerequisite coursework for a course you would like to take, please view the Undergraduate or Graduate catalogs. 

Undergraduate and Graduate students can register for no more than 11 credits per each term for a maximum off 22 credits during the summer or winter term.

  • Undergraduates (degree seeking and non-degree) must have successfully completed 12 credits before registering for an online class and must have a 2.0 GPA before registering for an online class.
  • Graduates (degree seeking and non-degree) Registration begins on March 21 through the end of the schedule adjustment period for the course(s) which you are registering for.

Non-Degree Students

Ship offers educational learning opportunities for individuals who wish to take courses for personal, scholarly, or professional growth, without pursuing a degree (bachelor's, master's or doctorate). For successful enrollment and registration for online course, non-degree students must:

  • Check to see if the class permits non-degree students,  
  • Have successfully completed the prerequisite coursework for the particular course (View the Undergraduate or Graduate catalogs for details)
  • Follow directions and complete Non-degree application

Unable to get into the class that you want? That's okay. See below and follow instructions get placed on waiting list for summer online course. Please note, the only way a student can sign-up on the waitlist for an online class is through myShip account. Students can not sign-up on the waitlist for a summer online class through the department, college, or the Office of Professional, Continuing, and Distance Education (PCDE).

To be placed on online class waitlist, please follow Banner directions:

  1. Login to the myShip portal https://my.ship.edu.
  2. Click on Student
  3. Click on Register
  4. Click on Add or Drop a Class
  5. Select Summer Term
  6. Select or search for the class you would like to register for
  7. If the class you would like to take is closed, it will be indicated by “C”. Take note of the CRN of that class.
  8. Manually enter this CRN in the Add Classes Worksheet
  9. Click on Submit Changes
  10. In the Action drop-down menu, select Waitlist
  11. Click on Submit Changes. You must click on the Submit Changes button to successfully submit your waitlist request.
  12. You will be notified by email if space becomes available in the class and you are being moved from the waitlist in to the class. 

It is a student's responsibility to officially withdraw from a course for which they have registered, whether or not they have ever attended that class. If a student does not attend class and does not officially withdraw, their name will remain on the class roll until the final grading period, they will receive a grade of "F" for the course, and they will be charged for the course. This applies to online and face-to-face classes alike.

Information on the refund and withdraw policies for dropping a course can be found on Student Accounts site.

Students Who Are Registered for 1 Online Course: 
Students who are registered for one summer class during summer term can drop this class by completing the Withdraw Request Form

Students Who Are Registered for 2 Online Courses: 
Students who are registered for two summer classes during summer term can drop all but their last class through MyShip account. To drop their last summer class, students should complete the Withdraw Request Form.