Registration – Add/Drop

Fall 2022 Registration

April 18-29, 2022:

All registration, adds, and drops are done through the UT Registration website. Refer to your Registration Information Sheet for access periods.

June 8 – July 22, 2022:

All registration, adds, and drops are done through the UT Registration website. Refer to your Registration Information Sheet for access periods.

August 18-25, 2022:

All registration, adds, and drops are done through the UT Registration website. Refer to your Registration Information Sheet for access periods.

August 26-September 7, 2022:

DROPS:

You do not need professor approval to drop a class during this time and it will not show up on your transcript. It will be considered a “delete drop”. Submit your request to drop online at: https://law.utexas.edu/student-affairs/drop-form/

ADDS:

You will need professor approval to add a course.  Secure email approval from your professor and forward the approval via email to registration@law.utexas.edu, subject line “Add Class Request”, and include your name, EID, and the 5-digit unique number you would like to add. If you’d like us to drop a course to add the new one, please also include the 5-digit unique number and we will drop it for you.

September 7-December 5, 2022:

Any drop request after 5:00 p.m. CST on Wednesday, September 7 will result in a grade of Q and there is no refund available. More information for this process is available on the Drop a Course website.

Please let us know if you have any further questions: registration@law.utexas.edu

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For all registration periods:

You can see what courses are still open during add/drop by using the UT Registrar’s Course Schedule: https://registrar.utexas.edu/schedules

Choose “Find Courses Now”. Under 1. Field of study and level you’ll have to select “LAW” for field and “graduate-division” and “upper-division” for level. All our courses will then be shown. They’ll all say “restricted” because they’re restricted to law students. If a course still has available seats it’ll say “open” and if it has a waitlist it will say “waitlisted”. You can also search by professor or unique (to check on the status of those short weekend courses), but that first way is a great option if you just want to browse to see what’s available. You will still have to use the official Law School course catalog to read detailed information about the class.

For information about automatic waitlists, see our policies and procedures on that here: https://law.utexas.edu/student-affairs/academic-services/registration-adds-and-drops/waitlist-information-policies/

You can always make an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss your options. Do that here: Calendly – Texas Law SAO