NOTE: PLEASE BE SURE TO USE INTERNET EXPLORER OR FIREFOX AS YOUR BROWSER TO ACCESS HSF ONLINE
STEP 1: Go to https://hsfonline.tufts.edu/ (don’t forget the "s" after http!). Click on Registration and then the SIS OnLine logo on the right hand side of the page.
STEP 2: Identify yourself as a student by clicking SIS Web Student.
STEP 3: You are prompted to enter your ID number and PIN (personal identification number). Enter your 6-digit birth date (mmddyy) as your PIN. You will be prompted to reset your PIN to a 4-digit number after your initial log in and then asked to log in properly using your ID number and newly assigned PIN. Please remember this newly created PIN for future access.
In HSF Online, you can access information regarding your grades/transcript, address, finances, as well as register for classes during the Registration Period.
HSF Online at Fletcher Information Sheet
TO ACCESS YOUR ADDRESS INFORMATION
STEP 1: Click ADDRESS/PIN on the blue navigation bar at the bottom of your screen.
STEP 2: Click ADDRESSES on the blue navigation bar at the bottom of your screen if you wish to update your local (non-Blakeley address) or your permanent address. Follow the directions on the screen to view either all of your listed addresses or only some selected addresses that you wish to view. You can change your addresses after viewing your selected addresses.
Please note, we require that all Fletcher students use their Tufts assigned e-mail addresses. This is the address that we will have in the system. Students are not able to change their e-mail address on SIS online.
TO ACCESS OTHER PARTS OF YOUR RECORD (E.G., GRADES)
Click back button (triangle) on the left side of the blue navigation bar at the bottom of your screen.
TO ACCESS SCHEDULE, GRADES AND TRANSCRIPTS
STEP 1: Click RECORDS on the blue navigation bar at the bottom of your screen.
STEP 2: Click on either SCHEDULE (to view your course schedule), FINAL GRADES (to view your grades for one term), or TRANSCRIPT (to view your complete academic record).
STEP 3: Once you have made your selection, follow the directions on the screen.
TO ACCESS REGISTRATION INFORMATION
STEP 1: Click REGISTRATION on the blue navigation bar at the bottom of your screen.
STEP 2: Click REG STATUS to see if you are eligible to register. (The system will automatically default to the Fall Semester 2010.) If you are not eligible to register for Fall you probably have holds have been put on your record. For any other holds, you will need to resolve these issues quickly.
IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO REGISTER (e.g., financially cleared and health services cleared)
STEP 3: Click REGISTER. The system will default to Fall Semester. Click SUBMIT.
STEP 4: You have two options to register for courses. (Remember, you may only register for courses during the registration period.)
OPTION 1: You may register for a course by providing the subject (from the drop down list), course number and section (e.g., 01 or 02, etc.). You may submit multiple courses.
The system will tell you if your requested course(s) have been processed successfully. If your requests have not been processed successfully (a course may be closed) you will be given clear instructions as to how to resolve the problem.
OPTION 2: If you are unfamiliar with course numbers and sections use the POWER SEARCH option from the blue navigation bar at the bottom of the screen.
You will need to provide a course subject (from the drop down list) and a course level (Graduate). You may further refine your search criteria by providing preferences for course meeting days and times.
The left hand column will allow you to add a course.
The system will tell you if your requested course(s) has been processed successfully. If your requests have not been processed successfully (a course may be closed) you will be given clear instructions as to how to resolve the problem.
Your schedule will be updated as you progress through the registration process. You will not be allowed to register for additional courses once you have met your credit limit.
Once you are satisfied with your schedule click EXIT to exit the system. It is imperative that you exit the web browser if you are using a computer shared by more than one user.
Note: Web registration is for only FLETCHER courses and is not for Independent Study (300 Level courses) and cross-registered courses. In order to register for these courses you will need to either fully complete an Independent Study form or a cross-registration Petition. Once these forms are submitted to the Registrar's Office with all required signatures, the Registrar's Office will enroll you in these courses.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I need technical help?
The first screen of SIS Online provides you with information regarding system requirements. If your pc does not meet the minimum requirements you can register at one of the Tufts Computer Labs or seek help in the Registrar's office, Goddard 212.
What if I cannot log in?
Call the Registrar's office at 627-3055 or receive personal assistance in the Registrar's Office.
What if the registration system seems to be "down?"
During the hours of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. you should keep trying to access the web site. (The system will not respond before or after these times.) In the event of technical problems, information will be posted to the web. You can also call the Registrar's Office at 627-3055. You are encouraged to regularly check your email as this is how you will receive any updates about web registration.
Should I waitlist for a course?
There is no waitlisting with courses. With the exception of DHP D220, you are able to take any course at Fletcher as long as you have met any stated prerequisites.