If you are an incoming freshman or transfer student, you are not able to enroll in Autumn Quarter classes until the advising component of New Student Orientation concludes.
See the complete academic calendar for 2020-21.
You may continue to add, drop, and swap classes, or adjust units on variable unit classes, until the Final Study List deadline.
Changes to grading options cannot be made after this deadline. We advise you to check your study list on Axess to confirm that you have the correct grading basis assigned for any courses for which there is a choice. (Not applicable to GSB students who should consult their school concerning grading basis changes.)
You cannot withdraw from a course after this deadline. (Not applicable to GSB, Law, and M.D. students who should consult their respective schools concerning course withdrawal.)
Instructions for enrolling in classes may be found on the Axess Help pages. For technical difficulties when using Axess, submit a Service Request. Note that technical support is not available on weekends or holidays.
If you are a graduate student with approved TGR (Terminal Graduate Registration) status, you must enroll in an 801 or 802 course in your department each quarter.
If you are not planning to enroll for Autumn Quarter, you must file a Leave of Absence form.
Registration is required in the term in which your degree is conferred. If you are not planning to enroll in courses during Autumn Quarter, you need to apply for an alternative registration status (i.e., Permit to Attend for Services Only, 13th Quarter). See the Special Registration Status web page for more information. You should contact the Student Services Center (Tresidder Union, 2nd floor) for individual assistance.
To maintain your visa status, you must be enrolled full time or be enrolled in a TGR 801/802 course. The Bechtel International Center (iCenter) provides full information about maintaining your visa status. New international students on a F1/J1 VISA cannot enroll in classes until they have reported to the Bechtel International Center and presented their passport. This requirement ONLY applies during the first quarter of enrollment for NEW international students. See the iCenter's New International Student Orientation pages.