Search and Register for Courses

How to Register

PSR students register for all courses through their student portal (Sonis).

To assist you in choosing your courses, please consult the Academic Catalog in the most recent version of your manual.

For registration, you need:

  • access to the internet
  • a PSR student email address and PIN provided by the Office of Academic Affairs
  • the list of courses provided by your advisor (recommended)

Registration Instructions

Cross Registration

The University of California at Berkeley is one of the premier research institutions in the country. After completion of one semester at PSR, degree students are allowed to cross-register for one graduate level course each semester at UCB, assuming that you can gain entry to the course. The only exception to the UCB graduate-level requirement is language courses, which may be taken at the undergraduate level. Cross-registration is handled through the GTU registrar. Cross-registration privileges apply only to the Fall and Spring terms there is no cross-registration agreement between UCB and GTU in the Summer and Intersession terms.

Take special note that instruction at UCB usually begins earlier than at the GTU each semester. Cross registration may also be available at Holy Names College and Mills College in Oakland. Cross registration at UCB, Holy Names, and Mills is open to degree students only and not to certificate students.

Cross registration instructions for Dominican, Holy Names, Mills.

Cross Registration information for GTU students taking UCB courses.

Special Reading Courses

Special Reading Courses & forms »
Step 1: register in Sonis (skip Step 1 and go on to Step 2 for summer SRC’s)
Students should register for SRC 9999 01 for specially directed courses/independent study
Students should register for SRC 8888 01 for upgrading the level of an existing course
(usually for DMin and MA students)
Step 2: submit an SRC form to the Registrar.
In both cases, a Special Reading Course form is required to complete registration.