Register for Summer and Fall 2011

Benefits of early registration

Students who register early have the best chance of getting the classes they want. Plan for your classes now, and start by meeting with your advisor.

Advisors provide the following:

Make an appointment with your advisor

Contact the office of your advisor and schedule an appointment a week or two before registration begins.

Advisor list by College/School
 
College/School Location Phone Number
College of Arts and Sciences GAB 220 (940) 565-2051
College of Business BUSI 123 (940) 565-2110
College of Public Affairs and Community Service CHIL 289 (940) 565-4664
College of Education MATT 105 (940) 565-2736
Honors College  CHIL 211 (940) 565-3305
College of Engineering NTDP C104 (940) 565-4201
College of Information NTDP E292B (940) 565-2445
Mayborn School of Journalism GAB 107 (940) 565-3365
School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management CHIL 331 (940) 565-2436
College of Music MUSI 260 (940) 565-3734
(940) 565-3781
(940) 565-7545
Undergraduate Studies GAB 220 (940) 565-2051
College of Visual Arts and Design ART 111 (940) 565-2216
Summer and Fall registration dates and schedules
 
For classes beginning Early registration Regular registration Late registration
May 16 March 28-April 25 May 12-13 May 14-16
June 6 March 28-April 25 June 1-3 June 4-6
July 11 March 28-June 20 July 6-8 July 9-11
Fall 2011 March 28-August 1 7:00 a.m., August 18 – 5:30 p.m., August 23 August 24-29

How to register for Summer and Fall 2011

  1. Go to my.unt.edu
  2. Sign in with your EUID and password
  3. Under "Discover myUNT", click on "Student Center/Register"
  4. Click on "Add a Class" and follow the prompts

Read an overview of the registration process.

Learn more about enrollment.

Don’t have a computer at home? Go to your local public library or use one of the open access computer labs on campus.

Undergraduates, consider taking 15 or more hours this spring. You’ll pay about the same as you would for 12 hours and can graduate sooner.

Avoid paying for repeated and excess courses. You may have to pay additional tuition for repeating courses or for hours taken beyond your degree plan requirements.

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