Important Registration Dates
Priority registration dates are based on earned hours. Students should register as soon as they can to help ensure that classes will not be canceled due to lack of enrollment.
You're in Control
You, the student, are in charge of your own registration and scheduling of courses.
You are responsible for:
- registering early to get the courses you want
- attending all courses for which you have registered
- arranging payment plans
- dropping or withdrawing in a timely way to avoid being billed for classes you do not intend to take
Just Drop It!
Remember...if you decide not to attend a class you are registered for, you must drop it. This will avoid additional fees or a registration hold for future terms. Use the myUT portal or go to Rocket Solution Central to drop any classes, but whatever you do....Just drop it!
How Do I Register?
Students may register for classes using any PC with Internet access by accessing the myUT portal. To login to the myUT portal, users enter their UTAD username and password. To activate a UTAD account visit the UTAD Account Management page for instructions. The myUT portal allows students to register for classes and print a bill or class schedule. More information about myUT portal is available.
Online Registration Resources:
Students can register in-person at Rocket Solution Central (RSC) RH 1200, during normal office hours by completing and submitting the appropriate request form. Registration assistants will be available to answer questions and assist students with specialized registration functions (seminar forms, instructor signatures, etc) when necessary.
When do I Register?
It is important to pay attention to the registration dates and policies. Students should register promptly to help ensure that classes will not be canceled due to lack of enrollment.
Where do I search for classes?
Students can search for courses by accessing the myUT portal. However, you may also search without logging into the portal here.
What is the legal service fee?
All students are assessed the Student Legal Fee unless they indicate the desire to waive it. We encourage all students to consider keeping this valuable service. For more information click here.
Can I Add a Class or Register Late?
A student may add a course or register late within the first five calendar days of a new semester, excluding summer (which is prorated), without permission from the instructor as along as a seat is available. Students wishing to add a course between the 6th and 15th calendar days (inclusive) of a new term may do so with the instructor's permission as well as the Dean or designee from the student's College Office. This request can be made via the Course Request and Seminar Request Form. Note: Forms submitted after the 15th day are considered void and will not be accepted. The process below will be required.
After the 15th day, students wishing to add a course may petition to do so with the Request for Non-Funded Late Registration form. This will require signatures from the instructor of the course, the Dean or designee from the student's College Office, as well as approval from the appropriate Provost.
A late registration fee is assessed for initial registrations on or after the first day of the semester. For more information regarding late fee assessment please review the Treasurer's Office Finance Brochure.
Can I Drop a Course or Withdraw from a Course After the Term Starts?
Students who decide not to attend or stop attending any or all classes for which they have registered must drop or withdrawal from the course(s). Drops and withdrawals can be processed online through the myUT portal (provided there are no holds), and can also be processed at Rocket Solution Central (RSC) located in Rocket Hall, Room 1200 regardless of having a hold. Failure to drop or withdrawal from a course for which a student has stopped attending may result in a grade of "F". Specific drop and withdrawal dates for a term are listed on the University's academic calendar and here, or by contacting Rocket Solution Central (RSC) 419.530.8700.
Withdrawing from a course(s) will result in a grade of "W", which will appear on your official transcripts. Once a withdrawal is processed, it cannot be rescinded. Based on the date of withdrawal, fees may or may not be adjusted. Since withdrawn courses reduce your enrolled hours, withdrawing from courses may have an adverse effect on financial aid benefits, scholarships, loan deferments, athletic eligibility, health insurance, veterans benefits, degree requirements, or other areas. If you are uncertain what effect withdrawing from the course(s) would have, it is recommended that you contact the appropriate department for guidance.
Will My Registration be Cancelled (Dropped) if I Do Not Pay My Fees?
Students may be removed from all classes and housing they are registered for if they have an outstanding balance and have not made the appropriate payment arrangements. Please refer to the Treasurer's Office Web site for further information and payment deadlines. It is essential that students be proactive in registering and attending those courses they can pay for and expect to complete. It is the student’s responsibility to drop or withdraw from unwanted courses before there is a negative academic and financial impact. Students with unsettled treasurer bills will not be able to register for future semesters.
Students who elect not to attend the University of Toledo and subsequently fail to drop or withdraw from all their courses by the dates identified ,will be assessed a non refundable administrative fee of $500.00 once their non attendance has been verified and an administrative drop is processed.
The student will also be responsible to pay any fees, fines, or penalties on their
student account, which are related to their attendance at The University of Toledo
during any given academic period, including but not limited to: parking fees or fines,
legal services, telephone services, medical expenses, health insurance, or other university
charges. Failure to pay by the appropriate due date may result in the University
filing an unfavorable report with credit bureaus or forwarding the account to the
Ohio Attorney General's Office for collection.