Registration is closed for now! Here is a summary of what you can do next and when:
-Add/drop period ONLINE if you’ve already registered for summer courses
Through 2nd class day: (June 4-7th first session, July 12-16th for second session)
-Add yourself to classes and waitlists ONLINE until 5:00pm. See RIS for access times.
2nd-4th class day: (June 10-11th for first, July 17-18th for second)
-To add a class: must go through department offering the class.
-To drop or change a class to or from pass/fail: can be done ONLINE until 5:00pm.
After 4th class day:
-Change a class to or from pass/fail: must go to Liberal Arts Dean’s Office in GEB 2.200 by 5:00pm on the mid-session deadline (June 26th for first and August 2nd for second).
-Q drop: must go to the Liberal Arts Dean’s Office in GEB 2.200 by 5:00pm on the last class day (July 11th for first, August 16th for second).
June 13th-July 19th & August 26th-September 3rd:
-Add yourself to classes and waitlists ONLINE. See RIS for access times.
-Paper waitlist period for select ECO classes! First come, first served list available at 8:00am on Wednesday, September 4th in BRB 1.114.
-To add a class: must go through department offering the class
-To drop and change a class to or from pass/fail: can be done ONLINE until 5:00pm Friday, September 13th.
September 16th-November 5th:
-To Q drop and change a class to or from pass/fail: must go to the Liberal Arts Dean’s Office in GEB 2.200 by 5:00pm on November 5th.
See the academic calendar for more details!
May 24, 2013
Summer and fall registration will be here before you know it! Here is a timeline and some tips to make this process less stressful for you:
April 15th-26th: Registration! Initial access times are determined by classification and last name (seniors 4/16-17, juniors 4/18-19, sophomores 4/22-23, freshmen 4/24-25, everyone 4/26). Check Registration Information Sheet in early April for access times and registration bars.
- Online waitlists for all ECO courses will be turned on between 8:00-8:15am. Make sure you have space in your schedule and select appropriate swap classes to avoid waitlist errors.
- Registration will close at the end of the day (midnight) and will re-open during add/drop periods throughout the summer and again in August.
How to Prepare
Registration advising is NOT required for economics majors. If you would like to talk to an advisor about your summer and/or fall schedule, you can call us anytime at 512-471-2973 to set up a registration advising appointment. Appointments will be available between March 25th – April 25th.
Juniors and Seniors: please call soon if you want an appointment because we are booking up quickly.
1. Request TEMPORARY Pre-requisite Waivers: Come to the advising office IN PERSON to request a temporary waiver if:
- You are currently taking or will be taking a course outside of UT over the summer that is a pre-requisite for an economics course you want to register for. Example- taking introductory economics or calculus courses at community college and wanting to register for ECO 420K and/or ECO 329.
- You have an odd calculus sequence and want to register for ECO 420K and/or ECO 329. An odd calculus sequence would be M 408 C & L, M 408 N & S or M 408N & L, etc.
Credit for the pre-requisite course(s) must be posted to your record by the 4th class day in August. See more about pre-requisite waivers here.
2. Review Degree Audit: See your Degree Audit for remaining requirements. If you need help accessing/reading your audit, someone at the front desk of the advising office can help you!
*December grads: Run a fresh audit AFTER you register to make sure you will meet all remaining degree requirements.
3. Check Registration Information Sheet: See RIS for access times and registration bars which will be posted in early April.
*If you declared the major this semester and have an advising bar, call or stop by and we will clear it for you!
4. Use Online Waitlists: Online waitlists for economics courses will be activated on Friday, April 26th (last day of registration) between 8:00-8:15am once everyone has registration access. See more about policies for waitlists, restricted classes, prereqs on our Registration FAQ page.
5. Come Prepared to Advising Appointment: If you schedule a registration advising appointment, please come prepared with questions and a general idea of what you plan to register for to make the most of the time.
August & December Grads:
-If you have concerns about getting into the courses you need to graduate, come by the advising office AFTER you have registered yourself for classes.
March 13, 2013