Spring 2021 registration begins on October 28 for graduate students who have paid their tuition in full and have no holds on their accounts. Registration for undergraduate students begins on November 2.
Advisement Day is Tues. October 27. Campus-based students should visit the advisement center website to determine if you have mandatory meetings with your advisor in your program area. Distance-based learners should consult with their program directors regarding advising for future courses.
||October 28 - 30
||November 2 - 6
||November 9 - 13
||November 16 - 20
||November 23 - 24, 30 - December 4
Your enrollment appointment is available in Access Stout and is based on your academic level (graduate or undergraduate) and your credits earned to date. This does not include credits that are in-progress or you are currently registered for. If you need any help finding your enrollment appointment or enrolling for courses, please follow these helpful step by step guides.
Don’t forget to use the Schedule Planner to plan your best class schedule. For help on how to use the Schedule Planner (located in your student center), please refer here.
All students except those who applied to graduate in Dec. are eligible to enroll in classes for the Spring term. If you applied to graduate in December but need to take Spring courses to satisfy additional requirements, please contact the Registration and Records office at firstname.lastname@example.org for an enrollment appointment.
Here are some definitions for each modality type:
- In-person: Instruction occurs at a physical location, with scheduled dates and meeting times for the instructor and student.
- Online: Instruction occurs via the internet. Teaching materials are posted online, learners work through them in their own time, and there is regular communication between the instructor and student.
- Hybrid: Instruction occurs via both scheduled in-person and online activities, and there is regular communication between the instructor and student. Please refer to definitions or In-person and Online delivery for further details.
- Online Synchronous: Instruction occurs via the internet, with scheduled dates and meeting times for the instructor and students. There is regular communication between the instructor and students.
You can find more information about how your classes will be conducted by looking at “My Class Schedule” in your Access Stout Student Center.
- Classes where the Room says “Online” are fully online.
- Classes where the Room says “Online-Synchronous” are not taught in person, but students log into the class at the same days and times as the instructor.
- Classes where the Room says an actual room number (such as “Harvey Hall RM 173”) are traditional in-person classes – although there may be some “rotation” of students who would attend in person on certain days but not other days. The instructor will coordinate specific details.
If a student is seeking online options, they are encouraged to connect with their advisor. Students may also contact their instructor to better understand the required in-person components for courses that are hybrid or in-person.
Factors considered for course modality included: building and classroom density reductions due to COVID, disciplinary content and the feasibility of the course content to be instructed remotely, ensuring that course changes would not impact time-to-degree completion, and faculty/staff medical accommodations.