Advising must occur before your initial registration. You are strongly urged to see your advisor before your registration time.
Once you have initially registered, advisor approval is not required to switch sections or drop classes before the end of the first week of classes. Advisor signature is required for undergraduate students when adding courses not previously approved in writing.
Graduate students may register at any time during the registration period.
Registration priority for undergraduate students is based on the number of earned semester credits plus credits in progress.
Students must register for and drop AVF and ESL courses at the Registration Center.
STEP 1: CLEAR HOLDS
All academic, financial and administrative holds that prevent registration must be cleared with the respective office(s) before you will be allowed to register. Holds may be viewed on Access Florida Tech.
STEP 2: ADVISING
You must be advised prior to registration. Your advisor will indicate approval of your semester course plan by signing the registration form. Registration via Access Florida Tech – Student Academics tab is permissible at your registration time and afterward, if your faculty advisor has verified that advising has occurred. You are permitted to register only for courses that were approved in writing by your faculty advisor.
Undergraduate students registering for more than 21 credit hours for spring or fall semesters, or more than 13 credit hours for any of the summer terms, must have their registration forms signed by the dean of the appropriate college as well as their advisor.
STEP 3: REGISTRATION
At your scheduled registration time and any time thereafter through the first week of classes, you may register through Access Florida Tech or bring your signed registration form to the Registration Center. Before leaving the Registration Center you will receive your class schedule. Please verify your schedule for accuracy and notify registration personnel of any errors. You may view your class schedule from Access Florida Tech.
Once registered, you may drop courses without advisor approval through the end of the second week of classes. Beginning the following Monday, all registration business must be conducted at the Registration Center.
Withdrawal from the university must take place at the Registration Center.