Fall 2017 Information 

Fall registration begins on March 30th for students who have paid their tuition in full and have no holds on their accounts. 
Advisement day is Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Campus based students please visit the advisement center to determine if you have a mandatory meeting with advisors in your program area. Distance based learners should consult with their program directors regarding advising for future courses.

Registration Dates
 Graduate Students March 30th - 31st
 Seniors  April 3rd - 7th
 Juniors April 10th - 14th
 Sophomores April 17th - 21st 
 Freshman  April 24th - 28th 
 Open Registration  April 29th 
Your enrollment appointment is available in AccessStout and is based in your academic level (graduate or undergraduate) and your credit hours earned to date. If you need any help fininf your enrollment appointment, or enrolling for courses follow any of these helpful step by step guides

Semester Classes

  
Last Day to Add
Classes Online


Last Day to Drop
Classes Online

Regular Session
Courses
09/15/201709/22/2017

 

Quarter Classes

 Last Day to Add Classes Online

 Last Day to Drop Classes Online

1st Quarter Classes
9/08/20179/15/2017
2nd Quarter Classes
10/27/201711/03/2017

**Adds after the session begins or drops seven days after a quarter class begins require a Program Card returned to the Registration & Records office to process.  Students not on campus or distance education students can complete this process by email.  Click here for details.  


Non Standard Classes

Courses may be added or dropped online up until the day before the class starts.  Students will need to use a Program Card after the course start date for add or drops to be processed by the Registration & Records office.  

**In order to add courses online they must be open, pre-requisites satisfied, and instructor consent not required.  

You may drop all of your courses before the first day of classes this Fall term; however, if you wish to drop all fall courses after the term begins on Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 you will need to withdraw from the university. Visit Student Services for more information about withdrawing from the University.

Summer 2017 Information


Registration for Summer 2017 begins March 8th at 7 am for graduate students. Undergraduate students can begin to enroll on March 8th at 11 am, which will then be open until March 10th. Open registration for everyone begins March 11th. To view your enrollment date or search for courses follow these helpful step by step guides. If you would like more information for summer 2017, you can find it here.


**The maximum credit load to register for summer is 12 credits for undergraduate students and 10 credits for graduate students. Requests for an exception in special circumstances must be approved by the appropriate program director. Due to the compressed summer schedule of instruction, it is recommended that at most one credit per week be taken during the session(s) for which the student is enrolled. Students may not register for classes that conflict with other class(es) on their schedule. The program directors signature (if approved) must accompany the registration.

Students who register for more than the above limits with written approval and find they cannot carry the added courses will be responsible for all course fees incurred unless the course is dropped within the refund period.


Graduation


Apply to Graduate! 

Students who wish to graduate in May 2017 should apply for graduation by March 31, 2017 to be listed in the commencement book.  

Late Drop Fee


Effective summer 2012 students will be charged a fee of 15 dollars for dropping any class after the "Drop - Retain Record" deadline date. Follow this step by step guide to locate deadlines for dropping courses online

Note: Students who drop after the 100% refund period may have tuition refunded per Student Business Services guidelines 

More information about add/drop dates, fees, waitlisting, and WU / W grades is also available.