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Students may register for class either via the web utilizing Gulfline or in person at the Department of Records & Registration. The academic calendar lists the dates when registration opens.
Points to Remember
Holds and Restrictions. If you attempt to register and fail to do so because of a hold or restriction, you will have to contact the office where the hold originated or contact your advisor to assist with any course restrictions. Refer to the troubleshooting guide.
Late registration. Fees will be assessed for registrations done on or after the first day of class. These fees do not apply if the student has registered in at least one class for the semester prior to the first day that classes start.
Immunization. Proof of immunization is required before you will be able to register for classes. Visit Student Health Services for detailed information regarding immunizations, such as types of immunization and the documentation required.
- Complete Withdrawal. If you wish to completely withdraw from all of your classes for the current semester, complete the withdrawal form and submit it to the Records & Registration's Office. If you are receiving any form of financial aid, please refer to the financial aid office for any effect on your financial aid. Additionally, if you withdraw after the last day to withdraw without academic penalty you will receive a grade of 'WF'.
You should be aware of these important dates which are listed in the Academic Calendar.
- Web registration opens
- Non-degree registration opens
- Last day to drop/add
- Last day to withdraw with 100% refund
- Last day to withdraw without academic penalty.
Enrollment VerificationToggle More Info
Enrollment verification (certification) can be obtained through the Records & Registration Department. Verifications may be required for insurance reasons, student loan deferments or may be required by employers.
The Enrollment Certification Request Form can be mailed, faxed or dropped off at the Records & Registration's Office. Requests will normally be done within 24 hours; however, during the peak office times of two weeks prior to the start of terms through two weeks after the end of terms, these will take up to 48 hours to process.
No requests will be processed for the current term until after the end of drop/add week.
There is no fee for these requests.
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Refer to the academic calendar for start and end dates for final exams.
Example: Academic Calendar
Monday, December 5
Finals End/ Last Day of Semester
Friday, December 9
Final exam times are attached to each course, each semester, and
can be seen on Gulfline.
Max Seats Seats CRN Course Title Credit Hrs. Meet Times
Days -- Times -- Location
Instructor 10 7 81520 MHF 5405 History of Math 3
Class: T -- 06:30 pm - 09:15 pm -- Whitaker Hall 101
Exam: T -- 07:30 pm - 10:15 pm -- Whitaker Hall 101
Registration Holds/ContactsToggle More Info
Having trouble registering through Gulfline as a result of a hold or course restriction? Contact the appropriate office.
View student account most common holds (code/type, description, office responsible for hold and contact information, and hold resolution recommendation)
For Course Restrictions
Closed Section, Major Restriction, Level Restriction, Pre-requisite and Test score or Co-requisite
College/department phone details Exploratory Advising 239-590-7875 Contact your advisor College of Arts & Sciences 239-590-7196 Lutgert College of Business 239-590-7302 College of Education 239-590-7778 Marieb College of Health & Human Services 239-590-7391 U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering 239-590-1445