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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 .
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How to Register for Classes

  1. Meet with Your Academic Advisor

    Meet with your academic adviser in your college or school to discuss your degree requirements. This is recommended for all students and is required for many majors and departments .

  2. 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.

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  3. Clear Bars

    Check your RIS to see your bars. open any bars that prevent you from registering .
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  4. Register for Classes

    Register for classes online during your schedule access times .
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  5. Pay Your Tuition

    Pay your tuition and fee circular or confirm attendance .
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If you miss registering during your schedule access time, learn about late adjustment .

Need Help?

Meet with your adviser. Find your adviser ’ sulfur liaison information in the How to Schedule With an Advisor document or via the college or school at the links below. If you still need aid after meeting with your adviser, contact the Graduation Help Desk.

Graduation Help Desk

Auditing a Course

  • Auditing a course means you are an observer or a “guest” of the instructor.
  • Permission to audit a course is given by the instructor and only when space is available.
  • Auditors do not participate, complete coursework, or contribute to the class.
  • It is the instructor’s discretion and responsibility to add the auditor to Canvas, Zoom or any other teaching platform.
  • Your permission to audit a course can be revoked by the instructor at any time.
  • Auditors will not receive credit for auditing a course, and there will be no registration record or transcript of the audited course.

Students currently enrolled at UT Austin

If you will be enrolled as a student at the time of course follow these steps :

  1. Using the Class Auditor Permit, speak with the instructor of the course to receive permission to audit the course. Digital signatures are accepted.
  2. Once approval is received, send the signed audit permit to your Dean’s Office for permission to audit. If approved, your college will send the approved Class Auditor Permit to the Registrar’s Office Student Records for record keeping only. There is no registration record or transcriptfor personauditing a course. Once you have received Dean’s approval you are approved to audit the course and further communication regarding the course is between you and the instructor.
  3. It is the instructor’s discretion and responsibility to add you as an observer to Canvas or any other web-based platform. This permission will be given only when the class has started.

Non- UT Austin students, under the age of 65

If you will not be enrolled as a scholar at the time of the class and you are under age 65, follow these steps :

  1. Using the Class Auditor Permit, speak with the instructor of the course to receive permission to audit the course. Digital signatures are accepted.
  2. Once approval is received, take the signed Class Auditor Permit to the Bursar’s Office, located in room 8 of the UT Tower. There you will pay a $20 fee for each course you are planning to audit. If you are unable to physically turn in the form to the Bursar’s office, you can mail the form and payment to: Bursar (Cashier) Services, P.O. Box 7398, Austin, Texas 78713-7398.
  3. Once payment has been made, the Bursar’s Office will send the permit to the Office of the Registrar Student Records for filing only. There is no registration record or transcript for someone auditing a course. After payment has been made, you are approved to audit the course and further communication regarding the course is between you and the instructor.
  4. It is the instructor’s discretion and responsibility to add you as an observer to Canvas or any other web-based platform. This permission will be given only when the class has started.

Current UT Austin Employee

If you are employee of the university you are eligible to audit up to ( 3 ) semester hours of coursework per semester :

  1. Using the Class Auditor Permit, speak with the instructor of the course to receive permission to audit the course. Digital signatures are accepted.
  2. Once approval is received, send the signed Class Auditor Permit to the Office of the Registrar Student Records at studentacademicrecords@austin.utexas.edu, for filing only. There is no registration record or transcript for someone auditing a course. Once approved you are ready to audit the course and further communication about the course is between you and the instructor.
  3. The $20 fee is waived, for up to 3 semester hours, for current employees.
  4. It is the instructor’s discretion and responsibility to add you as an observer to Canvas or any other web-based platform. This permission will be given only when the class has started.

Auditors over the age of 65

If you are over the age of 65 :

  1. Using the Class Auditor Permit, speak with the instructor of the course to receive permission to audit the course. Digital signatures are accepted.
  2. Once approval is received, send the signed Class Auditor Permit to the Office of the Registrar Student Records at studentacademicrecords@austin.utexas.edu, for filing only. There is no registration record or transcript for someone auditing a course. Once approved you are ready to audit the course and further communication about the course is between you and the instructor.
  3. It is the instructor’s discretion and responsibility to add you as an observer to Canvas or any other web-based platform. This permission will be given only when the class has started.

Instructor Help

If you need to add the auditor to your Canvas course, extra information on how to do so can be found at the following hera. It is recommended that you use the observer function in Canvas, which is better aligned with our hearer policy.

More information about the observer character can be found at the following here .
If you have extra questions or need further aid with Canvas, the Canvas support team can be contacted at canvas @ utlists.utexas.edu
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