Important Information about Priority Registration
Priority registration to register for Spring 2021 classes will be on Monday, November 2nd from 2 pm to midnight
Below are the action steps undergraduate students should take to use priority registration. Graduate and Law students typically register earlier in the day (from 8-10 am). If you are not sure of your registration time and/or are in a professional school, please check online or ask your department/school.
1) Make sure to clear all advising and other bars prior to November 2nd. If these bars are not cleared, you will not be able to register for classes. If your major requires advising, you must meet with an advisor within your department to have your advising bar cleared prior to registering for classes. If you are not sure if this applies to you, please contact your college.
2) If you have not updated your Emergency Contact information with the University you may be barred from registering. This will be designated as a “Dean of Students (D) Type E” bar and can be resolved by going to UT Direct and entering the necessary information.
3) Check your Registration Information Sheet (RIS) to make sure your first registration time slot shows November 2nd from 2pm-midnight. If you have no bars, are approved for priority registration and you do not see the Priority Registration time slot on your Registration Information Sheet (RIS) you must email your Disabilities Coordinator before Friday October 23rd at 12:00 pm. Upon receiving your email, they will take the necessary steps to fix this problem with the Registrar.
When checking your registration times on your RIS, be sure to select the semester for which you are registering (Spring 2021). Do not select the current semester (Fall 2020) as registration for this semester has already taken place.
Registration Information Sheet
Questions about specific courses, advising or wait lists should be addressed with your academic advisor since SSD cannot answer these types of questions. Additional information about registration is available through Texas One Stop.