Prepare for Registration

Getting Started

Review your interactive degree audit. This compares your current course work against the specific requirements that are in place for your degree program. It is recommended that you run your audit before and after your register.

You can also view sample degree flowcharts. Please note that you must be logged into your Michigan Tech e-mail to view.

After viewing these resources, you are encouraged to schedule a meeting with your academic advisor if you have additional questions! You are strongly recommended to meet with your advisor at least once a semester to review your progress.

When to Register

Registration for fall courses will start Sunday, March 10 for graduate students and student veterans. Registration will then continue to open for other students through Sunday, March 31 based on the amount of credits you have earned currently. You can view the complete priority schedule on the Registrar's website.

After the initial registration period, it will then close for a few days so departments can make any course changes and then reopen on Tuesday, April 2.

Registration for summer courses also remains open throughout this period.

How to Register

The Registrar's Office, located on the first floor of the Administration Building, is committed to providing exceptional service. There are a lot of great resources to help you through the process of registering for courses on their website, including:

Research, Teaching Experiences, Internship Credits

Some courses require special permission in order to register. Please see the Experiential Learning Capstone page for additional information on how to add these credits.

Help, a course I need next semester is already full!

This is bound to happen sometimes. Don't panic. First, attempt to register for all your courses using available sections. If there is another section open, try rearranging your schedule if possible to accommodate.

If you're unable to rearrange your schedule, please submit your information via our waitlist. Priority will be given to those who need a course in order to stay on track for the nearest graduation terms.