Enrolling in an Engineering Online course and admission to NC State University are two separate processes. Students who have not yet completed an NC State University application for admission should review this information.
To enroll in a course, use the Engineering Online’s enrollment process. You will be directed to create an account with your email address and a password of your choosing. Complete all of the requested profile information. You will then be able to sign in and select the course(s) in which you would like to enroll.
The enrollment process informs the Engineering Online office of your intent to be an EOL student. The EOL enrollment coordinator will review your enrollment request and make a final determination on your eligibility to enroll in your requested course(s). Throughout the registration process, the EOL enrollment coordinator will send you regular e-mails both updating you on the status of your request, and instructing you on any further steps you need to complete.
Students are not permitted to audit an online engineering class at either the undergraduate or graduate level.
Students wishing to drop a course prior to the last day to drop courses may do so by logging into MyPack portal, selecting ‘Enrollment’, selecting ‘Drop’ from the Menu, and clicking the ‘select’ box next to the course you want to drop. Once you have selected the class, click ‘Drop Selected Class’. Confirm your selection and click ‘finish dropping’.
Once you have completed this first step, please send an email to email@example.com so we may update our records.
Students who have paid tuition and fees for a term, and subsequently drop a course or withdraw from the university during that term, may be eligible for a full or partial refund. Review the university’s refund policies to determine if you are eligible to receive a refund, and how the repayment will be processed.
Students considering withdrawal should consult their major advisor or Director of Graduate Programs (DGP).
Review the procedures to change your student status.