Registering for Classes
One Stop is here to help you with questions about planning your course schedule, registering for classes and mapping your degree path.
As part of the Fall 2020 planning process, the UT course schedule will continue to change as we head into the fall. These changes may affect the instructional mode, instructor, time or location of some classes. We strongly encourage you to review your course schedule regularly throughout the rest of the summer for additional updates. All students can make changes to their schedules through July 31.
For information on how to search for online classes in the course schedule, visit the How to Find Online Courses for Fall 2020 page.
On-Campus Course Lists
Are you searching for in-person (face to face) or hybrid courses? Use these PDFs to assist in your course selection. Please refer to the course schedule for any updates as these PDFs will be updated weekly.
Course Quick Search
How to Register for Classes
Meet with Your Academic Advisor
Meet with your academic advisor in your college or school to discuss your degree requirements. This is recommended for all students and is required for many majors and departments.
Find Your Registration Time
Find your registration access date and times on your Registration Information Sheet (RIS). Update your contact information if it has changed.
Check your RIS to see your bars. Clear any bars that prevent you from registering.
Register for Classes
Register for classes online during your scheduled access times.
Pay Your Tuition
Pay your tuition and fee bill or confirm attendance.
If you miss registering during your scheduled access time, learn about late registration.
Meet with your advisor. Find your advisor’s contact information in the How to Schedule With an Advisor document or via the college or school at the links below. If you still need help after meeting with your advisor, contact the Graduation Help Desk.
- School of Architecture
- Red McCombs School of Business Undergrad Business
- Moody College of Communication
- College of Education
- Cockrell School of Engineering
- College of Fine Arts
- Jackson School of Geosciences: Academic Advising, Undergraduate: 512-232-4544
- School of Law
- College of Liberal Arts
- College of Natural Sciences
- School of Nursing
- College of Pharmacy
- Steve Hicks School of Social Work
- Graduate School
- School of Undergraduate Studies
Permission to audit a course means you can attend a course only if allowed by the course’s instructor and only when space is available. There is no earned credit as an auditor cannot take part in discussions, laboratory or fieldwork, cannot hand in papers, and cannot receive any evaluation. No academic record or transcript is provided.
Current Texas students must get consent from the Academic Dean and the instructor of the course.
Non-Texas students must get consent from the instructor of the course and pay $20 to the cashiers in Main Building, Room 8. If you are age 65 or over, no payment is necessary.Back To Top