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You will register for each semester and summer session online through the Registrar’s online services. EDP students should be advised and register early, as courses can fill and delaying advising/registration may limit your ability to add the courses you need. You must also register as soon as possible to ensure your course is not cancelled due to low enrollment; late registration can also affect your instructor’s ability to obtain a TA for the course, as TA eligibility is based on the number of students registered for a course by a particular deadline. Do not register for classes that are not on your Advising Form - if you wish to make a change to your advised class schedule, contact the EDP registration staff person, Kim Cates

Late Registration

Late registration is a serious matter. Because there are increasing budgetary issues, and because UT receives no funding and supervising faculty receive no credit for students who register after the 12th class day, students pay increasingly higher late registration fees, and the amount of paperwork (and legwork) needed to register late escalates quickly.  The Dean of the Office of Graduate Studies will not grant petitions for waivers of late registration fees.