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Pre-Register Now!

Fall 2014 Registration opens soon and it's time to begin thinking about your next Major Opportunity. Students who need assistance with course planning or course approvals should contact Academic Advising or meet with College Advisors to discuss course selection. Obtain course approvals (if applicable) before final exams begin to allow sufficient time to select and register for desired classes early.

 

Take 3 Easy Steps to Get Ready for Fall 2014

  1. Complete Your Pre-Registration Checklist

 

Declared Majors

Undeclared Majors

Graduate Students

New Freshman and Transfer Students

Other New Students

  • Declared majors and students with degree plans should review your major requirements, degree plans and the Fall 2014 Class Schedule before meeting with your advisor.

 

  • Schedule an appointment to meet with your College Advisor and discuss your class interests and strategies to stay on track towards graduation.

 

  • Clear any holds that may prevent registration.

 

  • Check on the availability of the courses you are interested in and if a section is closed, request a Seat Availability Notification to be alerted if the section opens.

 

  • Pre-Register for classes.
  • Undeclared majors should review the Fall 2014 Class Schedule and make note of the classes you are interested in before meeting with an Academic Advisor.

 

  • Schedule an appointment to meet with your Academic Advisor or submit your course requests via Student eServices Online Course Approval.

 

  • During your advising meeting discuss your class interests and obtain course approvals.

 

  • Clear any holds that may prevent registration.

 

  • Check on the availability of the courses you are interested in and if a section is closed, request a Seat Availability Notification to be alerted if the section opens.

 

  • Pre-Register for classes.
  • Graduate students should review your program requirements and the Fall 2014 Class Schedule before meeting with your program advisor.

 

  • Schedule an appointment to meet with your program advisor.

 

  • During your advising meeting discuss your class interests and obtain course approvals (if applicable).

 

  • Clear any holds that may prevent registration.

 

  • Check on the availability of the courses you are interested in and if a section is closed, request a Seat Availability Notification to be alerted if the section opens.

 

  • Pre-Register for classes.
  • Newly admitted freshman and transfer students should plan to attend an Admitted Student Day to complete their enrollment steps.

 

During an Admitted Student Day you can:

 

  • Satisfy testing requirements.

 

  • Submit proof of bacterial meningitis vaccination (BMV) or submit the exemption waiver.

 

  • Submit your final high school or college transcripts.

 

  • Obtain course approvals.

 

  • Clear any holds that may prevent registration.

 

  • Pre-Register for classes.
  • Newly admitted undergraduate and graduate students should review the program requirements for the major or graduate program you are interested in.

 

 

  • Schedule an appointment to meet with your College Advisor or contact Academic Advising.

 

  • During your advising meeting discuss your class interests and obtain course approvals.

 

  • Clear any holds that may prevent registration.

 

  • Check on the availability of the courses you are interested in and if a section is closed, request a Seat Availability Notification to be alerted if the section opens.

 

  • Pre-Register for classes.

2. Register During Your  Pre-Registration Period

April 14, 2014

April 16, 2014

April 21, 2014

April 28, 2014

Pre-Priority Web Pre-Registration begins for online students only

Pre-Priority Web Pre-Registration begins for veterans and first time in college continuing students

Priority Web Pre-Registration begins for eligible declared majors

Regular Web Pre-Registration begins for all eligible students

3. Select Your Payment Method

Financial Aid

Monthly Payments

Other Payment Options

Students interested in using financial aid should complete your 2014-2015 FAFSA and submit any additional documents that UHD requests.

Take advantage of an Installment Payment Plan which allows you to make multiple payments instead of one lump sum.

Consider other payment options including cash, check, money order or cashier’s checks.

 

Planning ahead can help ensure a smooth transition to the fall semester and UHD is ready to help you get one semester closer to earning your degree.

 

For questions regarding registration please call 713-221-8999 or send an email to uhdrecords@uhd.edu .

 

Please note: The registration process at the University of Houston-Downtown begins in April with "pre-registration." During this time, students can add classes to their schedule through eServices according to their assigned enrollment appointments. Registration is not complete and students are not officially enrolled until payment has been made on tuition and fee charges by the deadlines established for Fall 2014.


 

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Last updated or reviewed on 7/1/14

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