Academic Policies and Procedures

Enrollment Accountability

Students are responsible for the accuracy of their class schedule and for all tuition, fees, and academic consequences that result from that schedule. Continuing students in good standing may enroll for the next term without special permission from the Graduate School. Before enrolling, students should consult their advisor to approve their class schedule for that term and to determine if they need authorization for any proposed courses.

All students must use the online enrollment system. Instructions on how to enroll using MyUW along with additional enrollment information is available through the Office of the Registrar’s website. The Office of the Registrar also provides enrollment demos and tutorials. All students will receive an email message from the Office of the Registrar about their assigned enrollment appointment time. Students can expect to receive this notification about one week prior to the beginning of the priority enrollment period. There are extra fees for late initial enrollment and late fee payment. These deadlines are available at the Office of the Registrar’s Enrollment Deadlines webpage.

See Enrollment, Enrollment Requirements, Holds, Late Enrollment/Late Course Change/Late Drop, Overloads, Readmission to Graduate School (for previously enrolled graduate students), Schedule of Classes

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