Be a Goal-Getter: Register Early

Students who register early can take the classes that count towards their major and best fit their schedules.

Registration Season: Now Open

Register early and customize a semester that will maximize your goal-getting time. You don't have to pay now (unless you want to). There's really no reason to wait. Check this one off your to-do list today! Please note that freshmen and new transfer students will register at New Maverick Orientation.

Multi-Term Registration: Frequently Asked Questions

The multi-term registration process provides you with the opportunity to plan ahead and secure your schedule for summer, fall, and spring at the same time.

Do I have to register for all the terms at one time?

No, you are not required to register for all terms. You can register for any of the open terms you choose.

Can I change my class schedule?

Yes, you can change your schedule through late registration for each term for that term’s courses. Please check the Academic Calendar for exact dates.

When will I have to pay for each term?

Each term will have a separate fee payment deadline. You can view payment due dates on the Student Accounts website.

When will I receive my financial aid?

Financial aid disbursement will continue to begin 10 days prior to the official start date of each term. Please visit the Financial Aid website for specific details.

Take 15 to Finish

Make an appointment with your advisor today so you can register for classes on time. Ask your advisor about enrolling in 15 credit hours to stay on track for graduation.

Important Deadlines

Jan. 18: Registration ends for spring

Jan. 19, 2021: First day of spring classes, regular session

Jan. 19-22: Late registration for spring

Feb. 3: Census date for spring

Apr. 2: Last day to drop spring classes; submit requests to advisor prior to 4:00pm

Apr. 5: Registration begins for summer 2021, fall 2021 & spring 2022 terms

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Reasons to Register Early

  1. Pick the class times you want.
  2. Secure the classes you need to graduate.
  3. You can pay tuition later.