For those who have been asking me to help them register their courses, here is a simple step that you can follow to register it by yourself.
Login to your portal at nouonline.net
After a successful Login, Click on Registration, there will be a drop down menu list, select Register Courses.
On the page that opens select your current semester and the level you are currently on e.g Semester = First Semester 2017 and Level = 100 and then click on Submit Button
There will be a message showing your current Wallet Balance, Matric Number and Name, Click on Proceed…
Now you should be in the course registration page, there are three sections in this page
- COURSE REGISTERED EARLIER Section: Here you will see list of courses you have register before for the semester, please note that this section might not be available if you have not registered any course for the semester
- Register Courses Section: Here you will see all the courses you are to offer for year, note that is a combination of first and second semester courses, the compulsory courses are marked “C” and the Elective courses are Marked “E”.
At the far left of each course you will see an Add Button click on it if you want to register the course. Immediately you click on the add button the course will be moved to the Selected Courses Section
- Selected Courses Section: all the courses you have selected by clicking on the Add button on the register courses section will be listed here. Total Credit Unit, Total Fee and Courses Count will also be shown to you for the courses you have added.
After you are done selecting your courses, click on the Submit Button under the Selected Courses section
You should get a success message if everything went well and you will see a list of all the new courses you registered, you can click on the print button if you have a printer if not you can just close the page, and you can print later.
So that is it, I just you understand, if you have any questions you can leave them on the comment box bellow and I will try to attend to them as soon as possible.