Registration

University Registrar: Julie Stender
Office: Level 1, Holland Centennial Commons
Phone: (435) 652-7708
Email: records@utahtech.edu
Website: http://registration.utahtech.edu
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
FAQs: https://registration.utahtech.edu/frequently-asked-questions/
Academic Calendar https://calendar.utahtech.edu/

Registrar's Office

The Registrar’s Office is responsible for helping students with all aspects of registration and student records, including enrolling in classes, adding and dropping classes, withdrawing, evaluating transfer credits, providing veterans services, issuing Utah Tech University transcripts, conducting degree audits, and approving students for graduation. Students can perform many of these functions online through the online campus registration system (accessed by clicking student portal on the University web page).

The Registrar’s Office maintains a Frequently Asked Questions website to assist students.


Registering for Courses

To register for classes at Utah Tech, students:

  1. Must apply and be fully admitted to Utah Tech University.
  2. Must verify that all financial obligations to the University have been cleared.
  3. Should meet with an Academic Advisor each semester to review the Degree Works audit and to verify their progress toward completion.
  4. Log into the myUtah Tech account:
    1. View the online Course Schedule.
    2. Select classes that fulfill General Education and/or major requirements first.
    3. Check placement / prerequisite requirements.
    4. Work out a tentative schedule.
    5. Add classes online under Registration.

Freshman Registration and Orientation

(including former High School Concurrent Enrollment Students)

All new freshmen registering for their first semester are required to:

  1. Complete Pre-Orientation course
  2. Register for and attend Freshman Orientation

Freshman Orientation will be held throughout the summer. Students will receive vital information about campus resources, student services, student activities, athletics, and Utah Tech traditions. This is a great chance to meet new people, have some fun, and get acquainted with Utah Tech.

For more information on Freshman Registration & Orientation, please go to Freshman Orientation website or contact the Student Success office.

Student Responsibility

It is a student's responsibility to verify the accuracy of their schedule before the add, drop, and fee deadlines each semester.

Students may check their own class schedules

  • Online in MY UT
  • At the Academic Advisement Center
  • At the Registrar’s Office

Adding Classes

  • Students should register for classes as soon as possible because space is limited.
  • Students may add classes once registration has been opened for their class level (senior, junior, etc.) through the 5th day of that semester.
  • To add a class after the 5th day of the semester, students must submit an ADD card with the instructor’s signature to the Registrar's Office.
  • No class may be added after the end of the 4th week of the semester.
  • An instructor’s signature on an ADD card will NOT override placement/prerequisite criteria. To override those requirements, the additional signature of the appropriate department chair or dean is required. Program chairs and deans are listed in the academic program section of this catalog.

Waitlisting Full Classes

  • If a class is full (listed as “C” or closed), and a Waitlist seat is available, a student may choose to be Waitlisted online in the student registration system.
  • The student will be notified if/when a seat becomes available in the class. The notification is sent to the student’s Utah Tech email account, and the student has 24 hours to add the course.
  • After the 24 hours, if the student has not enrolled in the course, the student is automatically dropped from the Waitlist for that class.
  • Once dropped from the Waitlist, the student must re-select the Waitlist option for that class and begin the process again.
  • The Waitlist is available through the 4th day of the semester.

Dropping Classes

  • Students may drop classes online through the end of the 8th week of the semester via the student portal.
  • If a course has a corequisite, a student cannot drop one class/lab and remain enrolled in the other class/lab.
  • Dropping a class or classes may affect a student’s financial aid.
  • A $10 fee per class is assessed for students dropping a course after the first week of the semester.
  • No refunds are given for classes dropped after the end of the 3rd week of the semester. Classes dropped after the 3rd week of the semester will be marked with a “W” grade on the transcript.
  • Individual class(es) may not be dropped after the 8th week of the semester.
  • Students with extenuating circumstances may request a Complete Withdrawal from the University through the 12th week of the semester. (See Complete Withdrawal below)

Auditing Classes

Auditing enables a student to attend a class without receiving a grade or credit. A student who chooses to audit a class must pay all applicable tuition and fees, but no grade or credit will be issued. Once a student has requested a class be changed to audit status, a grade of "AU" will be issued.

  • A student may enroll in a class as an audit according to the ADD deadlines and procedures.
  • A student already enrolled in a class may change that class to an audit through the end of the 1st week of the semester.
  • A fee will be charged for changing a course to audit status beginning the 2nd week of the semester.
  • The request for audit status cannot be reversed.
  • Students should determine the impact changing a course to “Audit” will have on their financial aid.

Administrative Drops

A student may be administratively dropped from a class or all classes for the following reasons:

  1. Not attending on the first day of a class without receiving permission from the instructor. 
  2. Registering in courses for which the prerequisites have not been met.
  3. Neglecting to pay all tuition and fees by the tuition due date.
  4. A registration hold was overridden incorrectly.
  5. As part of disciplinary sanctions imposed through the Student Code.

IMPORTANT NOTES: There is no guarantee a student will be dropped for non-attendance or non-payment.

  • It is a student’s responsibility to drop classes they do not attend and to verify the accuracy of their class schedule.
  • Not all instructors drop students who never attend a class, although they are encouraged to do so.
  • Administrative drops may affect minimum load requirements, financial aid status, graduation requirements, or other areas.
  • Once a student registers for a class, tuition and fees are assessed, even if the student does not attend any class meetings.
  • Registering for a class but never attending will impact a student’s financial aid eligibility.

Administrative Drops for Non-Payment

Tuition and fees are due the 1st day of the semester. Students who have not paid or applied for the tuition payment plan may have their classes dropped for non-payment.

When an account is not paid in full by the corresponding deadline, the student may be "dropped for non-payment", meaning all classes will be dropped.  Students whose schedule is canceled will be allowed to re-register on a space-available basis only. Reinstatement into one's original schedule may not be possible.

Complete Withdrawal from the University

A student who experiences serious personal issues (medical, psychological, financial, family, etc.) can request a complete withdrawal from all classes through the end of the 12th week of the semester.

  • Complete withdrawal must be from ALL classes, not an individual class or classes.
  • Complete withdrawals may be requested by filling out the online Complete Withdrawal form or by filling out the Complete Withdrawal form at the Registrar's Office.
  • Complete withdrawal may affect a student’s financial aid. Any possible refunds for a complete withdrawal are issued according to the deadlines published in each semester’s academic calendar.

House Bill 60 (H.B. 60)

Utah residents age 62 or older are eligible to enroll in Utah Tech University classes under House Bill 60 (H.B. 60) regulations:

  • Admission application is required.
  • One-time, non-refundable admission fee of $35.00 is required.
  • If no students are waitlisted for the class, an instructor can sign an H.B. 60 ADD card beginning the first day of class, on a space available basis.
  • Submit signed H.B. 60 ADD card to Registrar's Office.
  • Pay $25 fee plus any course or lab fees.

H.B. 60 students audit courses. No credit or grades are issued for H.B. 60 enrollment. Some classes are not available under H.B. 60, including but not limited to all computer and fitness classes.

Faculty are prohibited from adding a H.B. 60 student to any class that has students waitlisted for that course until after the last day for waitlist.

Course Attributes

Course attributes refer to the General Education or other special status of a class and are listed in the catalog and online course descriptions. GE attributes are:

  • American Institutions (AI)
  • English (EN)
  • Fine Arts (FA)
  • Foreign Language (FL)
  • General Ed Lab Science (LAB)
  • Global & Cultural Perspectives (GC)
  • Humanities (HU)
  • Information Literacy (IL)
  • Life Sciences (LS)
  • Mathematics (MA)
  • Physical Sciences (PS)
  • Social & Behavioral Sciences (SS)

Other attributes:

  • Active Learning, Civic Engagement (ALCE)
  • Active Learning, Cultural Immersion (ALCI)
  • Active Learning, Community Service (ALCS)
  • Active Learning, Professional Practice (ALPP)
  • Active Learning, Undergraduate Research (ALUR)
  • Honors (HON)

Limits on Specific Types of Courses

The maximum for all repeatable for credit, internship, co-op, independent study, and activity courses that can be counted toward graduation requirements is:

Associate’s degrees:

  • 12 credits co-op.
  • 15 credits total of co-op, internships, and independent study combined.
  • 12 credits repeatable for credit.
  • 20 credits total of co-op, internships, independent study, repeatable for credit, and activity courses combined.

Bachelor’s degrees:

  • 12 credits co-op.
  • 15 credits total of co-op, internships, and independent study combined.
  • 24 credits repeatable for credit.*
  • 30 credits total of co-op, internships, independent study, repeatable for credit, and activity courses combined.

Music Private Lessons courses are not included in the repeatable for credit totals of students applying for a baccalaureate degree with a Music major.

MUSC 1810RPrivate Lesson I Major: Vocal1
MUSC 1811RPrivate Lesson I Major: Piano1
MUSC 1812RPrivate Lesson I Major: Brass1
MUSC 1813RPrivate Lesson I Major: String1
MUSC 1814RPrivate Lesson I Major: Woodwind1
MUSC 1815RPrivate Lesson I Major: Guitar1
MUSC 1816RPrivate Lesson I Major: Organ1
MUSC 1821RPrivate Lesson I Major: Percussion1
MUSC 2810RPrivate Lesson II Major: Vocal1
MUSC 2811RPrivate Lesson II Major: Piano1
MUSC 2812RPrivate Lesson II Major: Brass1
MUSC 2813RPrivate Lesson II Major: String1
MUSC 2814RPrivate Lesson II Major: Woodwind1
MUSC 2815RPrivate Lesson II Major: Guitar1
MUSC 2816RPrivate Lesson II Major: Organ1
MUSC 2821RPrivate Lesson II Major: Percussion1
MUSC 3810RPrivate Lesson III Major: Vocal1
MUSC 3811RPrivate Lesson III Major: Piano1
MUSC 3812RPrivate Lesson III Major: Brass1
MUSC 3813RPrivate Lesson III Major: String1
MUSC 3814RPrivate Lesson III Major: Woodwind1
MUSC 3815RPrivate Lesson III Major: Guitar1
MUSC 3816RPrivate Lesson III Major: Organ1
MUSC 3821RPrivate Lesson III Major: Percussion1

These Dance courses are not included in the repeatable for credit totals of students applying to graduate with a degree in Dance or with a Dance emphasis.

DANC 1101RBallet Technique I1.5
DANC 1201RModern Dance I1.5
DANC 2101RBallet Technique II1.5
DANC 2201RModern Dance II1.5
DANC 3101RBallet Technique III1.5
DANC 3201RModern Dance III1.5
DANC 4101RBallet Technique IV1.5
DANC 4201RModern Dance IV1.5
DANC 4800RDance Performance2