Classes are filling up quickly. Please try to register as soon as possible. If you aren’t able to register for classes, you will have to defer your attendance and may possibly have to return to your home country. If you need any help registering, please contact the staff at the Center for International Studies & Programs at 909-537-5193.
You may register on line by logging in to your MyCoyote account. Visit MyCoyote for information on how to active youraccount . You don’t need to pay any fees or tuition to be able to register. Tuition may be paid on the day of orientation by visiting the Bursars Office located in University Hall 035. Very likely, you will need some help in choosing your classes; you may contact an advisor in your department for assistance.
Activating MyCoyote Account (Student Account)
You will need to activate your student account on MyCoyote for class enrollment, class withdraw, checking grades, etc. For first time users to go CSUSB HOME and select “MyCoyote Login” and follow the instructions given. For assistance you may call the Technology Support Center at (909) 537-7677, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Support website.
Register For Your Classes
Once you have activated your MyCoyote account, please register for your classes. Last day to pay for tuition and fees in on mandatory orientation day. Please remember that you must have 12 units as an Undergraduate and/or Graduate taking prerequisites and 8 units as a Grading taking program courses. You can see a list of classes available through your MyCoyote account. For a complete list of classes visit the CSUSB class section search website. For a description of the class or classes review the CSUSB course catalog.
Obtaining Your Coyote One Card
You may request your “Coyote One” student identification card after you have registered for classes and paid for fees. To obtain your “Coyote One” card, you will need to visit the Technology Support Center located in PL-1108 (library attachment). Card fee is included in your tuition. It is importation for you to have your ID card at all times, since you will be required to show it for every transaction at the university.
Note: Classes fill up quickly. Please try to register as soon as possible. If you aren’t able to register for classes, you will have to defer your attendance and may possibly have to return to your home country. If you need any help registering, please contact the staff at the Center for International Studies & Programs.
*J-1 exchange students should bring an unofficial transcript and course description to help with advising. These documents will be used to waive the prerequisites of certain classes.