Specific Registration Information

 

Academic Advising

Cardinal Core

Classroom Building Codes and Locations

Declaring or Changing Majors

Drop/Add and Withdrawals

Fall Rotation

Final Exam Schedule

Metroversity

Registration - Summer/Fall for Continuing Students

Registration Calendars

Speed School Co-op Dates

Spring Rotation

Summer Rotation

Web Registration Hours

Winter Session


Academic Advising

Academic advising at the University of Louisville is an ongoing, intentional, educational partnership dedicated to student academic success. The University is committed to an academic advising system that guides students to discover and pursue life goals, supports diverse and equitable educational experiences, advances students' intellectual and cultural development, and teaches students to become engaged, self-directed learners and competent decision makers.

Each individual undergraduate unit at the University offers quality academic advising services and has developed its own system for advising. This page provides information on how to find and contact your academic advisor based upon your unit of enrollment.

To determine who your academic advisor is, where their office is located, what the advising requirements are for your unit, and more select one of the links below:

Advising requirements for Undergraduate students

Advising requirements for Graduate School students  


Cardinal Core Program

Information pertaining to General Education Requirements (Cardinal Core).  


 Classroom Building Codes and Locations

This link provides information regarding classroom codes and locations around campus.

 

Declaring or Changing Majors

To change your major or declare your major, you must go to the advising unit or dean’s office of your enrollment unit. A member of that office will assist you in selecting the appropriate degree and major for your area of interest.


Metroversity

Metroversity is an option in Spring and Fall semesters only. There is no Summer Metroversity program.
U of L students going to other schools in the Metroversity system:
1. You must register for a minimum of 12 hours, of which no more than 6 credit hours (or up to 8 hours, if two 4 hour courses) may be taken away from U of L.
2. Obtain the Metroversity form from the Registrar’s Office at U of L.
3. Complete the Metroversity Form and have it approved by your advisor or department chairman and your Dean’s Office or Advising Center.
4. Obtain the signature of the U of L Registrar.
5. Register for all your courses including your Metroversity course(s). Metroversity subjects are listed as separate sections under the subject “Metroversity.”
6. Complete registration at the visiting institution as directed by your host registrar.
Students Visiting U of L
Your eligibility for classes is determined by available class space.
1. Obtain all necessary signatures on your Metroversity Form from your home school. No more than 6 credit hours (or up to 8 hours if two 4 hour courses) may be taken at U of L.
2. You must bring your completed form to the Registrar’s Office located in the Houchens Building, Room 31, from August 17-21 for Fall 2020 or January 6-12 for Spring 2021 to ensure processing (provided space is available).
3. Special course or lab fees are the responsibility of the student and must be paid when the registration form is submitted.
The University reserves the right to limit participation in the Metroversity program

 

Registration Calendars

To access the Registration calendars for each semester for continuing students please go to:

https://louisville.edu/registrar/calendars


 Lapsing of Incompletes

Deadline for instructors to submit grades to the Registrar's Office to remove incompletes from:

Fall 2018 = Monday , April 22, 2019

Spring or Summer 2019 = Monday, December 2, 2019

Fall 2019 = Monday, April 20, 2020

 ***Incompletes NOT removed by these dates will be lapsed to F's.***


University Holidays

University offices will be closed on all of the holidays listed below with the exception of the Fall Midterm Break (October 5-6), November 25 (open until noon) and the Spring Midterm Vacation (March 8-14).

Summer, 2020 Holidays

•Memorial Day Holiday: May 25

•Independence Day Holiday: July 3

Fall, 2020 Holidays

•Labor Day Holiday: September 7

•Mid-term break: October 5-6

•Presidential Election: November 3

•Thanksgiving Break: November 25 – November 29

University offices will be closed on December 24 at noon and reopen on January 4.

Spring, 2021 Holidays

•Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: January 18

•Midterm Vacation: March 8-14


Speed School Co-op Dates

Summer 2020:

May 11 - Aug. 14, 2020

Fall 2020:

Aug. 17 - Dec. 11, 2020

Spring 2021:

Jan. 4 - May 7, 2021



Web Registration Hours

The system is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week EXCEPT from 10 pm Friday to 2:00 am Saturday AND Sunday from 1:00 am to 2:00 am (provided it is a valid period for registration and/or drop/add). Due to this expansion of hours, there may be some times the system will be down that is unplanned. If you try and are unable to access the system, please contact the appropriate department at the following times:
Normal Registrar’s Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., contact the Registrar’s Office at (502) 852-6522. All other times contact the Information Technology HelpDesk at (502) 852-7997.


Registration Summer/Fall for Continuing Students

Registration and Drop/Add for Continuing, Returning, and Transfer Students (All continuing students are expected to register during this alphabetic rotation period).
March 31 - April 9 is reserved for students enrolled in Spring 2020 and returning students not currently enrolled (excluding students who previously attended in “visiting” status). Visitors must be readmitted for summer and may first register April 15.
THIS ROTATION SCHEDULE LISTS YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER, WHICH HAS BEEN DETERMINED BASED ON YOUR CLASSIFICATION (NOT INCLUDING SPRING 2020 COURSES), AND AN ALPHABETIC BREAKDOWN BASED ON YOUR LAST NAME. YOU MAY REGISTER AND DROP/ADD ANYTIME AFTER YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY ARRIVES.
Transfer students who have completed Orientation and have been advised are allowed to register during this registration period.

Tuesday, March 31 — GRADUATE STUDENTS
10:30 A–Z

Wednesday, April 1 — POST BACCALAUREATE &  SENIORS(90+ hours not including Spring 2020)

8:30   T-Z       2:00 J-O
10:00 A-D      4:00 P-S
11:30 E-I

Thursday, April 2 — JUNIORS
(60+ hours not including Spring 2020)

8:30   T-Z       2:00 J-O
10:00 A-D      4:00 P-S
11:30 E-I

Friday, April 3 — SOPHOMORES
(30+ hours not including Spring 2020)

8:30   T-V     2:00 C-D
10:00 W-Z    4:00 E-F
11:30 A-B

Monday, April 6 — SOPHOMORES
(30+ hours not including Spring 2020)
8:30   G-I      2:00 P-Q
10:00 J-L      4:00 R-S
11:30 M-O

Tuesday, April 7 — FRESHMEN
(under 30 hours prior to Spring 2020)
8:30   T-V       2:00 C-D
10:00 W-Z     4:00 E-F
11:30 A-B

Wednesday, April 8 — FRESHMEN
(under 30 hours prior to Spring 2020)

8:30   G-I     2:00 P-Q
10:00 J-L    4:00 R-S
11:30 M-O

Thursday, April 9 — SPECIAL UNDERGRADUATES
(CONTINUING STUDIES)
First Opportunity for special undergraduates and continued open for all returning students

 

Summer:

Summer rotation for Continuing students — Tuesday, March 31 – Thursday, April 9 (see rotation above)
Open Summer registration for Continuing (currently enrolled) students — Friday, April 10 – Tuesday, April 14.  Students notified of student account charges. Financial settlement is due by Friday, May 8 (payment is due within 72 hours for any enrollment after May 8).
Extended Summer registration (open for Continuing (currently enrolled) students, Newly Admitted and Non-degree-seeking Visiting students) — Wednesday, April 15 – Monday, May 11
Regular Summer registration and drop/add — Tuesday, May 12 – Friday, July 10 (refer to the Summer calendar for deadlines to add courses or drop courses for a 100% tuition reduction for each specific summer term).  After May 8, you are expected to review your student account charges on Ulink at Student Services > Tuition-Fees-Payment Options > Account. Financial settlement is due May 8 (payment is due within 72 hours for any enrollment after May 8).


 

 Fall:

Fall rotation for Continuing students — Tuesday, March 31 – Thursday, April 9 (see rotation at top of page)
Open registration for Continuing (currently enrolled) students — Friday, April 10 – Tuesday, June 30.  Students notified of student account charges. Financial settlement is due by Friday, August 21.
Late registration for Continuing (currently enrolled) students, Open Registration for Newly Admitted and Non-degree-seeking Visiting students, and drop/add — Wednesday, July 1 – Friday, August 21 (Classes begin Monday, August 17.) Students are expected to review student account charges on Ulink at Student Services > Tuition-Fees-Payment Options > Account. Financial settlement is due by Friday, August 21.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER AND DROP/ADD.

The system is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week EXCEPT from 10 pm Friday to 2:00 am Saturday AND Sunday from 1:00 am to 2:00 am (provided it is a valid period for registration and/or drop/add). If you try and are unable to access the system during these times, please contact the appropriate department at the following times:

Normal Registrar’s Office Hours

Monday–Friday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm, contact the Registrar’s Office at (502) 852–6522. All other times, contact the Information Technology HelpDesk at (502) 852–7997.

Extended Hours for Other University Offices

Students should note that University offices will not be open all hours that the Web registration is available. The Admissions Office and some advising offices may adjust their hours during Registration. Students registering during the evening and Saturday hours may wish to call their advising office and/or Admissions Office for their hours of operation.
For more information about advising hours, please contact your school’s advising office.

Drop/Add for Registered Students

ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED, YOU MAY DROP/ADD ANY TIME THE SYSTEM IS AVAILABLE THROUGH FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st AT 10 P.M.

Web Hours

MONDAY, AUGUST 17, IS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES.

Tuesday, August 18..........All hours
Wednesday, August 19.....All hours
Thursday, August 20........All hours
Friday, August 21..............All hours until 10 pm

FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER AND DROP/ADD.


 Winter Session

 The Winter Session Schedule of Classes will be available on August 31.  Registration will begin October 12. Please check the Winter Session webpage for more information once it becomes available.


 

Spring Rotation

SPRING 2021 — Registration and Drop/Add for Continuing Students, Returning Students, and Transfer Students — All continuing students are expected to register during this alphabetic rotation period.
The rotation below is for continuing students enrolled in Fall 2020 and returning students not currently enrolled (excluding students who previously attended in “visiting” status).
THIS ROTATION SCHEDULE LISTS YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER, WHICH HAS BEEN DETERMINED BASED ON YOUR CLASSIFICATION (NOT INCLUDING FALL 2020 COURSES), AND AN ALPHABETIC BREAKDOWN BASED ON YOUR LAST NAME. YOU MAY REGISTER AND DROP/ADD ANYTIME AFTER YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY ARRIVES. REFER TO THE LISTING OF HOURS OF OPERATION FOR WEB REGISTRATION.
Transfer students who have completed Orientation and have been advised are allowed to register during this registration period.
Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., contact the Registrar’s Office at (502) 852-6522. All other times contact the Information Technology HelpDesk at (502) 852-7997.

Friday, Oct 30 — GRADUATE STUDENTS
10:30 A–Z

Monday, Nov. 2 — POST BACCALAUREATE & SENIORS(90+ hours not including Fall 2020)

8:30 T-Z        2:00 J-O 
10:00 A-D     4:00 P-S 
11:30 E-I
 

Wednesday, Nov. 4 — JUNIORS
(60+ hours not including Fall 2020)

8:30 T-Z        2:00 J-O 
10:00 A-D     4:00 P-S 
11:30 E-I

Thursday, Nov. 5 — SOPHOMORES
(30+ hours not including Fall 2020)

8:30 T-V         2:00 C-D
10:00 W-Z      4:00 E-F
11:30 A-B

Friday, Nov. 6 — SOPHOMORES
(30+ hours not including Fall 2020)
8:30  G-I     2:00 P-Q
10:00 J-L    4:00 R-S
11:30 M-O

Monday, Nov. 9 — FRESHMEN
(under 30 hours prior to Fall 2020)
88:30 T-V         2:00 C-D
10:00 W-Z        4:00 E-F
11:30 A-B

Tuesday, Nov. 10 — FRESHMEN
(under 30 hours prior to Fall 2020)

8:30  G-I            2:00 P-Q
10:00 J-L           4:00 R-S
11:30 M-O

Tuesday, Nov. 11 — SPECIAL UNDERGRADUATES (CONTINUING STUDIES)
First Opportunity for special undergraduates and continued open for all returning students

EXTENDED REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUING (CURRENTLY ENROLLED) STUDENTS —
NOV. 12-17.

LATE REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUING (CURRENTLY ENROLLED) STUDENTS; OPEN REGISTRATION FOR NEW AND VISITING STUDENTS — NOVEMBER 18–JANUARY 12

Spring classes begin January 6.

University offices are closed at noon on December 24, and will re-open January 4, but web registration and drop/add will be available throughout the holiday break.

Students are expected to review student account charges on Ulink at Student Services > Tuition-Fees-Payment Options > Account.

Financial settlement is due by 1/12/21.

 


 

Drop/Add and Withdrawal Procedures

You may drop/add at any time during the Early Registration period after your first scheduled time for registration. You may also drop/add any time the system is available (see the Drop/Add and January Registration dates for web registration and in-office assistance; University offices will not re-open until January 4). Registrations for pass-fail or audit basis must be processed in the Registrar’s Office.

Refer to the semester calendar for the last day to drop a course and have it deleted from your record and receive a 100% tuition reduction.
After the last day of the drop-add period and up to the last day to drop without academic penalty, you may process your withdrawal using the web system. To process your withdrawal in person, complete a drop/add form and bring it to the Registrar’s Office (room 31, Houchens Bldg). During this period, a grade of “W” is assigned to all withdrawn courses. After the last day to drop without academic penalty, you must have the approval of the dean’s office.

100% tuition reductions are only granted through the last day of drop-add. Partial tuition reduction deadlines are listed on the Semester Calendars page.


 Final Exam Schedule 

To view the final exam schedule for the fall and spring semesters. 

 

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