The Course Schedule is published before advising and registration begin for each semester and summer session. It lists each class being offered, its time, location, instructor (if available), and its unique number—which students must know in order to register. The course schedule also lets you know when to register and pay tuition. It is updated with the latest changes, and shows if seats are available in each class.
The academic calendar is the main resource for important dates and deadlines for course registration, add/drop, financial aid, withdrawing, tuition due dates, and more. The registrar publishes the official academic calendar about a year before the start of an academic year.
The General Information Catalog contains the full, official details of the university’s policies and procedures. Students are responsible for knowing and following these rules. The General Information Catalog is where you’ll find information on what to do in unusual circumstances, as well as policy details that are not included on a topic’s main page or the official academic calendar.
Additional university catalogs include Undergraduate, Graduate, Law, and Medical School.
Fostering inclusion and diversity is among our highest priorities and essential to our success. The diversity of our staff strengthens our work and enhances our ability to accomplish our mission. The diversity of the student body enriches the holistic educational experience of all students, and it prepares our graduates to thrive and lead in an increasingly global society.