Registration, Forms, Rules
Latest Update April 4, 2013:
NOTE: WGS 390, WGS 391 and WGS 392 are restricted to the WGS MA cohort and WGS Portfolio students. If a course is listed as "restricted" please contact the professor for permission to enroll.
Courses requiring instructor consent or special permission are listed below.
During early registration, courses will be restricted to WGS students only.
Registration occurs April 15th-16th. Classes will be restricted during early registration to WGS undergraduate, graduate, and Portfolio students only. A portion of seats in WGS classes will remain reserved for WGS majors and incoming WGS MA students throughout registration and add/drop periods. Restrictions will be reduced/more seats will be released to non-WGS students near the end of early registration (April 24th for Summer/Fall 2013 Registration) and students will be able to add/drop without contacting WGS.
Note to WGS Graduate Portfolios and Undergrad Minors
The online registration system will not know if you are a Minor or Portfolio student. If you are interested in a class, please send an email to Alma Jackie Salcedo. Include your UT EID and the unique number of the class. More information on the WGS Graduate Portfolio Program can be found here. WGS Graduate Portfolio Students may not take undergraduate courses towards their Graduate Portfolio. The WGS 394 Conference Course is available as alternative for enrollment in relevant topic courses.
Consent of the department is required for some undergraduate courses. Depending on seats available, students will be cleared to add the course online. During the last day of early registration, restrictions will be lifted and students will be able to add/drop without contacting WGS (except for courses requiring special consent).
If a class is closed.
Try adding it under a cross-listing or the home department's section (explained here).
Alternately, we recommend visiting the class during the first day. The professor might let in additional students who show intiative and sincere interest.
The following instructors require students obtain consent before enrolling in their course, you will need to contact them via email. Please forward their consent to the WGS Academic Advisor.
Dr. Gloria Gonzalez-Lopez requires graduate students to contact her for consent.
Dr. Simone Browne requires graduate students to contact her for consent to enroll in her undergraduate sections.
Dr. Patricia Somers requests students contact her before enrolling for consent.
Dr. Gregory Vincent requires graduate students to contact him for consent.
Dr. Christine Williams requires graduate students to contact her for consent.
Dr. Zipporah B. Wiseman requires graduate students to contact her for consent since her courses are housed in the UT School of Law.
Dr. Megan Seaholm does not allow first semester freshmen in her WGS/HIS courses.
Dr. Paola Bonifazio would like to consult with students interested in her "The Woman's Film in Italy" course.
"Confronting LGBTQ Oppression" requires an application to the Peers for Pride program from the Gender & Sexuality Center.
More than one faculty affiliate has said, "Please ask the WGS students to introduce themselves to me at the beginning of the course as I have found it always helps when I know who my cross-listed students are and what they would like to get from the course."
WGS BA Requirements Offered Once a Year
Spring 2013: WGS 350 Feminist Theory, WGS 356 Intro to Feminist Research Methods, WGS 379S Senior Seminar
Fall 2013: WGS 305 Intro to Women's & Gender Studies, WGS 356 Intro to Feminist Research Methods
Spring 2014: WGS 350 Feminist Theory, WGS 379S Senior Seminar
WGS Advising Appointments Available
We are offering advising sessions. Click here to sign up for advising through April 8-12th: http://bit.ly/2013advise
Pick a time slot. Reserve your spot by entering your UT EID.
Write it down in your planner/calendar/iCal. If you can't make it, make the edit or let the WGS Academic Advisor know in advance.
Individual Instruction (Internship, Thesis, and Conference Course) classes will require an Approval Form.WGS will not clear students to register for these courses until the proper paperwork has been turned in.
If you are trying to add a class late.
Please attend the class if you are trying to add it after the first class day. It is more difficult to add students who have missed class meetings.
If you have questions about adding a class, you may send an email to Alma Jackie Salcedo - please include your UT EID and the unique number of the class. Emails will be answered first come, first serve and are preferred over phone calls. Registration is usually a busy time, so a reply might take a few days. Thank you for your patience!
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- WGS MA Students: Check out the Thesis Timeline for your second year.
- For undergrads: Liberal Arts Alternative Science and General Culture Lists
- Grad Students! Join our Portfolio Program!