Student registration occurs during the following timeframes:
March – for Summer Classes
April – for Fall Classes
November – for Winter and Spring Classes
Prior to registration, students should run a degree audit through Degree Works and meet with an advisor in order to select the appropriate classes needed to stay on track for degree completion. Students should also review class availability in My Slice and create a few preliminary schedules in order to quickly register during their designated time period.
Registration information, dates and deadlines will be announced shortly.
- Law Registration Information Dates and Deadlines
- Summer – University College Registration Information Dates and Deadlines
- Winterlude – University College Registration Information Dates and Deadlines
Returning students are notified by email of their registration appointment for the upcoming semester. Once notified, view your appointment via MySlice, under Student Services. That’s also where you’ll enroll for classes, view your enrollment profile, retrieve your class schedule and find other information and services.
Note: To login to MySlice you will need to use your NetID and Password. For assistance with your NetID or if you have forgotten your password go to NetID Self-Service .
Official Registration Required for Attending Classes
You must be officially registered in order to attend classes. You may not attend, audit, be evaluated or otherwise participate in courses without being officially enrolled. An instructor may not allow you to attend classes and/or submit work unless your name appears on the official class list or unless you are attending with the instructor’s approval for the purpose of making up an Incomplete. Registration may be prevented for financial, academic, or other reasons.
Adding of classes or entire schedules after the Late Registration and Add deadlines may be done by petition only.
You must register for classes in the semester in which you begin work for those classes. You may not attend a class without officially registering, and then register for the class as if it were taken in a subsequent term, either for financial reasons or for scheduling convenience. Advisors and faculty should not advise such actions, and students are held to the policy even if such advice or permission is given. If you do not register appropriately and grades are later reported for recording on your transcript, you’ll be dropped from the later course registration and retroactively registered in the term during which you actually took the course. The Bursar’s Office will adjust tuition and fees to those in effect at that time.