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Terms to Know

Early Registration

Early Registration periods are indicated on the Academic Calendar. Students should be prepared to register during this period in order to have a wider selection of courses and times. After the early registration period has ended, any early registrants wishing to make changes to their schedule must wait until the add/drop period.

Late Registration

Late Registration periods are indicated on the Academic Calendar. Late registration occurs after the early registration period has ended. Students registering during this period will be charged a $30 late registration fee.

Registration Blocks

 

Block Type

Contact, Phone, Location

                Admissions

Admissions Office
956.882.8295
Main 1.100

*Financial Holds and Bars

Accounting and Finance Office
956.882.8202

 Foreign Student

International Counselor
956.882.7092
Main 1.308

Graduate Course Load

Graduate Studies Office
956.882.6552
University Blvd Classroom Building 1.202

Graduate Status

Graduate Studies Office
956.882.6552
University Blvd Classroom Building 1.202

Library Fines

Library
956.882.8221

Student Petitions

 Respective Department Office 

 Suspension/Probation

Academic Advising Center
956.882.7362
Main 1.400

Placement Tests

Academic Advising Center
956.882.7362
Main 1.400

Undergraduate Course Load

 Dean of School/College

* Examples of outstanding financial holds and other requirements that will prevent a student from registering for a semester:

  • Official Transcript Pending
  • Balance on Emergency Loan
  • Balance on Financial Aid Repayment
  • Balance on Installment Plan
  • Balance on Student Account
  • Exit Interview
  • Library Fines
  • Parking Citations
  • Orientation

For all other registration block questions, contact the Academic Advising Center in Main 1.400 or call 956.882.7362.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites are specified requirements that must be met before students may enroll in a course. Specific prerequisites are listed in course listings.

Co-requisites

A co-requisite is a course which must be taken together with another course during the same enrollment period or session. Specific co-requisites are listed in course listings.

Petition

Certain courses will require a student to receive a granted petition in order to register for the course. Students should contact the appropriate academic department for the petition.

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