As the Fall 2018 semester progresses, most students will have the opportunity to meet with their academic advisor to plan for Spring 2019 classes.
For students already enrolled in Fall 2018 classes, the last date to drop a full-term Fall class (with a W grade and no refund) using SalukiNet is Sunday, October 28. Registration for late-starting Fall 2018 classes (such as 2nd half classes) is still taking place.
Please note that MOST students1 will NOT be able to access SalukiNet Self-Service registration on Monday, October 29. This is in preparation for the opening of Spring 2019 registration. Affected students will appear to have a "Registration is not open" type of temporary hold that is just for that one day. This temporary hold will go away on its own by sometime that evening.
Registration for Spring 2019 classes begins Tuesday, October 30 and follows this staggered-start schedule. Students should register themselves within SalukiNet Self-Service once their scheduled registration time has arrived.
However, some students will not be able to register themselves due to new registration holds that have been – or will be – placed on their student record on or by Monday, October 29. You would see any such holds via the View Holds menu in Self-Service. Please be sure to check for any such holds (that are not the temporary "Registration is not open" hold) on Monday morning, October 29.
If you do have any new non-temporary registration holds, you should make sure to get them taken care of so that you will be able to register for your Spring classes. Information about most holds is available here.
For more information about the registration process, please visit this page.
1 A small portion of students will still be able to use the Self-Service registration system on Monday, October 29 during the period of 8:15 AM to 6:00 PM Central Time. This portion of students will include veterans and active duty military students, student athletes, UHP students, Chancellor Scholars, and select other groups of students. All remaining students will have the temporary hold in effect during that time to prevent their use of the system.