Students should review class information using MyUNT. Details for each course section can be found in the Search of Classes through MyUNT by simply clicking on that section. There you will find tabs for details, meeting information and section notes. This is where you will see specific information on how a course will be taught.
Instruction and Section Information
Register for courses at MyUNT
Step 1: Complete your UNT Registration Task each term. Students’ enrollment address combined with course instruction type can impact your tuition. This address will be the location where you live during the current enrolled term. Instructions are listed below.
UNT Registration Task
Updating Enrollment Address
Step 2: Run your online degree audit and review your degree requirements, then schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor as needed.
Students should contact the department of their major for specific information related to advising and registration.
Step 3: Go to myUNT Search for Classes - to review the Schedule of Classes and plan your academic schedule. The schedule of classes on myUNT provides specific details on each course related to meeting patterns and notes from the instructor.
A public online class search is available here.
For step-by-step instructions on how to use MyUNT to register, see the Enrollment Guide website.
For instructions on how to use Visual Schedule Builder to search for and add classes to your MyUNT shopping cart, see Visual Schedule Builder helpful tips.
All students can register for classes online using MyUNT. All new undergraduate students must attend orientation before they may register. For information, see orientation.unt.edu or contact the Office of New Student Programs at 940-565-4198.
Course Drop & Withdrawal Actions/Impacts (Printable Version)
|Drop||Student drops all courses prior to the term start.||Prior to first day of course.||Enrollment is not recorded on the official transcript.||No charges are incurred. Financial aid is cancelled for the term.||Not enrolled.||Adjust schedule through myUNT.|
|Student drops an individual course(s) but still remains in other courses for the same session(s).||First day of session or term but before the withdrawal deadline for the session or term.||Before census, courses will not appear on the transcript. After census, courses will appear on the official transcript with a grade of W.||Before census, tuition & financial aid may be adjusted. After census, there is no tuition adjustment.||Enrolled.||Adjust schedule through myUNT.|
|Session Withdrawal||Student drops all courses in an academic session, even if they are enrolled in another session.||First day of session or term but before the withdrawal deadline for the session or term.||Before census, courses will not appear on the transcript. After census, courses will appear on the official transcript with a grade of W.||Students may be eligible for a tuition adjustment based on when the student completes the withdrawal for that session (TEC §54.006.) Financial aid may be adjusted.||Enrolled.||Adjust schedule through myUNT.|
|Withdrawal from University||Student drops all courses for the entire term. There is no enrollment in any session.||First day of session or term but before the withdrawal deadline for the session or term.||Before census, courses will not appear on the transcript. After census, courses will appear on the official transcript with a grade of W.||Students may be eligible for a tuition adjustment based on when the student completes the withdrawal for that session (TEC §54.006.) Financial aid may be adjusted.||Not enrolled.||Contact the Dean of Students Office.|
Dropping Classes or Withdrawing from the Term
See important information about dropping a class or classes (but not the last class for the term) or withdrawing from the university.
Dropping classes or failing to complete and pass registered hours may make you ineligible for financial aid. You must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements to maintain eligibility for financial aid as defined by the UNT Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. See more information on UNT's SAP policies.
In addition, if you drop below half-time enrollment you may be required to begin paying back your student loans. Please contact financial aid directly as your situation may vary.
As always, the Registrar’s Office is ready to assist you! All transactions can be done via self-serve except for documents requiring authentication. Information can be found on our Services tab. If you have a specific need, we offer phone and Zoom and in-person appointments Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
For instructions on using MyUNT for Registration, please visit the Student Homepage.