Spring Registration Information for Enrolled Students


Graduate Nursing Students Registering for the Spring semester:

The following is important information for you to have in order to register for the SPRING 2018 semester. Please read this thoroughly and follow the directions carefully.

Registration for Spring 2018 online registration begins Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 9 AM and ends on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 5 PM.

Spring 2018 semester at Villanova University begins on Tuesday, January 16, 2017.  

Registration Procedure

1.  Review your program plan and identify those courses you plan to take in the Spring.

2.  Review the Spring course schedule and select those courses you plan to take.

    Review the Spring electives available:

  • NUR 7084 – Principles of Epidemiology
  • NUR 7088 – Human Trafficking
  • NUR 8976 – Health Care and the Law
  • NUR 8980 – Creative teaching Strategies in Nursing: Using the Humanities

       More information is available on the attached pdf.

3. Contact your advisor and discuss your selections.

4. Obtain your registration pin number from your advisor and register online via Novasis.

5. Review the directions for online registration.


To view course schedules and to check for open sections of courses, you may access the Master Schedule on the web via NOVASIS, Villanova’s student information system.


  • Please remember that if you plan to graduate in May 2018, your graduation application must be submitted by February 1.
  • August 2018 graduates must submit applications by July 15.
  • Application for Summer and Fall practicum and Independent Study are due February 1.
  • All Applications are available on our College of Nursing Student Materials site.

Questions about Registration?

If you have questions about the registration process, contact the Graduate Nursing Program Office at 610-519-4934 or nursing.graduate@villanova.edu.

Summer and Fall Registration

Summer and Fall 2018 registration begins in March. Information will be available in the future for Summer and Fall.