Instructions to Register
- Go to: https://my.utpa.edu
- Enter your USERNAME and PASSWORD
- Locate section "MY APPLICATIONS"
- Click on ASSIST
- Click on STUDENT SERVICES TAB
- Click on REGISTRATION
- Click on ADD or DROP CLASSES
- Select desired term in drop down menu
- Click CLASS SEARCH located at the bottom.
Choose the subject you are interested in, then click course search. Locate correct course number, and then click view sections. This will open up all course sections divided by DAYS, TIME and PROFESSOR. After you have chosen the class you would like to attend, check off the box to the left of the class. Scroll down and click Register.
If a section is closed, you have the option to place yourself on the wait list for that section. If a seat becomes available, the first student on the waitlist will be sent a notice to his/her BroncMail address. When you get to the top of the wait list you will only have 24 hours to register from the time the email is sent. If you don’t respond within those 24 hours, you will be dropped from the waitlist and the seat will be offered to the next student on the waitlist.
Being on a waitlist does not guarantee enrollment in a course; therefore, we recommend that you register in an alternate course in the event the waitlisted course does not open.
|Term||Last Day to Waitlist||Last Day to Register/Add|
|Miniterm||Thurs, May 8||Fri, May 9|
|Summer I||Mon, June 2||Tues, June 3|
|Summer II||Wed, July 9||Thurs, July 10|
|Summer III(10 week)||Tues, June 3||Wed, June 4|
|Fall||Wed, Aug 27||Thurs, Aug 28|
In order to comply with Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board regulations, which went into effect in Summer 2006, the following enrollment limits will be enforced for students.
|Summer||6 hours each summer session
(7 hours if a class is taken with a lab)
(maximum 9 hours with dean's approval)
|Fall/Spring||18 hours each term for undergraduate
(maximum 21 hours with dean's approval)
15 hours each term for graduate
(maximum 18 hours with dean's approval)
Approval for overload may be granted by deans and associate deans only. Enrollments will be monitored to ensure that students do not exceed permitted enrollment limits and students will be dropped from excessive hours.