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Did You Know: The Academic Calendar

August 23rd, 2019

 

The Academic Calendar is a very important document that helps you to keep track of University deadlines.  It contains registration and drop deadlines, payment and refund deadlines, University closings, and more!  A full Academic Calendar PDF with additional deadlines can be found here.  Some important registration deadlines and details are highlighted below for your convenience.  The dates provided below are for the full-term session.  Refer to the Academic Calendar page and PDF for 8-week term dates and deadlines.

 

What is the Add/Swap Deadline?

The Add/Swap deadline for the full-term session is Monday, August 26th.  This is the last day that you can add, swap, or drop a class on your own through Orion Student Center.  If you receive registration errors, follow the instructions at the bottom of this page for assistance.

 

What’s the Difference Between Dropping and Withdrawing?

Removing a class from your schedule on or before Census Day is dropping.  Removing a class after Census Day is withdrawing.  If you drop a class, no record of enrollment in the class will appear on your transcript.  If you withdraw from a class, a record of your withdrawal will appear on your transcript.  You are also limited to 6 academic withdrawals across all public colleges and universities in Texas.  More information about the 6-course withdrawal limit can be found here.  Dropping a class by Census Day does not count toward the 6-course withdrawal limit.

 

When Do I Need an Advisor’s Help to Drop or Withdraw from a Class?

After the Add/Swap deadline (August 26th for the full-term session), you will not be able to drop a class without the assistance of an advisor.  Follow the instructions at the bottom of this email to drop or withdraw with an advisor’s assistance.  If you prefer, you can submit a Registration Add, Drop, & Withdrawal Form to the front desk of the ATEC Advising Office (ATC 3.605).  See below for more info about withdrawing from classes.

 

What is Census Day?

Census Day for the full-term session is Wednesday, September 4th.  Census Day is the last day to drop a class without receiving a W on your transcript.  Dropping a class may impact your tuition bill and financial aid.  Therefore, please consult with the UTD Bursar’s Office and Financial Aid Office to determine how dropping a class might impact your tuition bill and financial aid.  After Census Day, students who do not withdraw from all courses are not eligible for a tuition refund.

 

How Do I Drop or Withdraw from All of My Classes?

You may drop all of your courses by visiting the UTD Registrar’s Office (1st floor of the SSB) or emailing Records@utdallas.edu.  Please notify your advisor if you are intending to drop or withdraw from all of your courses.  If you need to drop all of your classes, you may be eligible for a full or partial tuition refund.  See page 2 of the Academic Calendar PDF for specific info.  Complete withdrawals do not count toward the 6-course withdrawal limit.

 

What is the Withdrawal Deadline?

The withdrawal deadline for the full-term session is September 30th.  After this date, students can still withdraw from classes until the withdrawal late deadline.  Students who withdraw from classes between September 5th and September 30th receive a W on their transcript.  Withdrawals require professor permission and are processed by an advisor.  Students are limited to 6 withdrawals across all public colleges and universities in Texas.  More information about the 6-course withdrawal limit can be found here.  You can request to withdraw through email by including your professor’s permission to withdraw with your withdrawal request (follow instructions at the bottom of this email).  If you prefer, you can submit a Registration Add, Drop, & Withdrawal Form to the front desk of the ATEC Advising Office (ATC 3.605).  The form must be signed by your professor.

 

What is the Withdrawal Late Deadline?

The withdrawal late deadline is the last possible date to withdraw from classes during the semester.  The last date for withdrawal for the full-term session late is October 24th.  Students who withdraw from classes between October 1st and October 24th receive a WL on their transcript.  Like the regular withdrawal, the withdrawal late requires professor permission.  However, this type of withdrawal can only be processed by the Registrar’s Office.  The withdrawal late also requires advisor permission.  You are limited to 6 withdrawals across all public colleges and universities in Texas.  More information about the 6-course withdrawal limit can be found here.  You can request a withdrawal late through email by including your professor’s permission to withdraw with your withdrawal late request (follow instructions at the bottom of this email).  If you prefer, you can bring a Registration Add, Drop, & Withdrawal Form to the front desk of the ATEC Advising Office (ATC 3.605) for an advisor’s signature.  The form must be signed by your professor and your advisor, then taken to the Registrar’s Office (1st floor SSB) to be processed.  Advisors will send email withdrawal requests to the Registrar’s Office on your behalf.

 

Where Can I Find ATEC-Specific Deadlines?

ATEC-specific deadlines are provided on the Semester at a Glance calendar.  Stop by the ATEC Advising Office for a copy of the Semester at a Glance.

 

 

Registration/Drop/Withdrawal Requests

Email ATECadvising@utdallas.edu from your UT Dallas email account for assistance.  Be sure to include "Registration" in the subject line. In the body of the email, include the following:

  • What you want us to do (register, drop, withdraw)
  • 5-digit class number (example: 81234)
  • Subject (example: ATCM)
  • Course number (example: 2302)
  • Section number (example: 501)

Remember withdrawal requests must include professor’s permission after September 4th.

Please do not send an attachment or screenshot of your request.

 

Did you notice unfamiliar terms on this page?  Check out the Advising Glossary for common term definitions.

 

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