Registration for all students not yet registered.
Add/drop for registered students.
Pay by your deadline. If you don't, your registered and waitlisted classes will be canceled. If you're paying with financial aid, or if your bill is zero because someone else is paying, you must still confirm your registration by the deadline -- or lose your classes.
You won't be mailed a bill. After you register or adjust your classes, get your tuition/fee bill at My Tuition Bill. If your changes increase your tuition or fees, pay via My Tuition Bill, or by check or money order. Refunds are issued beginning the twelfth class day. See fee adjustments for details.
WHO Any students who have not yet registered for spring may do so in this registration period.
All students who have completed registration by paying tuition and fees may add/drop during this open access time.
Graduate and professional students may continue their registration.
WHEN All eligible students may access the registration system at any time during this access period.
You can determine your access times by consulting the table below or you may view your specific access times on your registration information sheet (RIS).
REGISTRATION You may register or add/drop online.
PAYMENT Tuition/fee bills will not be mailed. Payment must be received by 5:00pm 11 Jan for undergraduate students registering for the first time. Graduate students’ first payment must be received by 5:00pm 17 Jan.
Payment for added classes must be received by 5:00pm 30 Jan.
If paying with financial aid – If you are deferring payment to financial aid, you still need to confirm your registration online.
If tuition/fee bill indicates zero amount due (zero bill) – If you have a “zero bill,” meaning that a grant or a third party pays tuition, you still need to confirm your registration online.
Fri 11 Jan