School of Continuing Education Registration Procedures
Note: This page describes the registration process for School of Continuing Education certificates, online courses, and onsite workshops. For students wishing to pursue an undergraduate degree, graduate certificate or Master’s degree through HSU's School of Arts and Sciences, please go to the Arts and Sciences Application Procedures.
Step 1: Create an Account
You must create an account within HSU's registration system, even if you previously had an account with HSU. If you have an account in the School of Arts and Sciences, you will need to create a separate account for the School of Continuing Education.
Create an account here: https://hsu.maestrosis.com/?AFF=2
Step 2: Select Desired Courses
Once you have created an account, you will be able to register for courses or onsite workshops.
You can either search on the registration system for the desired course/workshop or you can use the Continuing Education Course List on this web site and click the “Register” link.
Our online courses are taken through our online learning system ANGEL. For the best results, please download the Mozilla Firefox Web Browser which is supported by the ANGEL website after registration.
Step 3: Pay the Bill
Once you've signed up for your desired courses, click the "Make a Payment" link on the left side of the registration system.
NOTE: Your registration will not be considered complete until you pay. The easiest and quickest way is to pay online (no debit cards). When your payment has gone through, you will receive a confirmation email titled “Enrollment Confirmed” and your registration will be considered complete.
Finding Foundation Support for Your Education
Here is a short two minute video that will walk you through the process of creating an account through our registration system.
Notice to Students with Disabilities
Humane Society University is committed to providing access to and inclusion in academic programs for students with disabilities by providing reasonable accommodations. Equal access for qualified students with disabilities is an obligation of the University under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act as amended in 1998. A student is not required to disclose his/her disability to the University unless accommodations are requested. Students wishing to request such accommodations should contact the School of Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org