ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION
Admission and readmission of all students to the University is
the responsibility of the director of admissions. Information about
admission to the University is given in General Information.
Students admitted to the University with deficiencies in high
school units must remove the deficiencies as prescribed in General
The Undergraduate Advising Office and faculty members advise students
in the Jackson School, including those not seeking a degree in
geological sciences and those who have not yet selected a major.
Academic advising begins after the twelfth class day in the fall
and spring semesters and after the fourth class day in the summer
session. Students are encouraged to meet with an adviser as early
as possible, because procrastination may prevent their timely registration.
gives information about registration,
adding and dropping courses, [
from one division
of the University to another, and auditing a course. The Course
published before registration each semester and
summer session, [
advising locations, and the times, places, and instructors of classes.
The Course Schedule
and General Information
sold at campus-area bookstores. They are also published on
the World Wide Web and are accessible through
Web site, http://www.utexas.edu/student/registrar/.
Students in the College of Natural Sciences are advised by
faculty members and by academic advisers at one of the college’s
advising centers. Students who are not seeking a degree and those
who have not yet selected a major are advised through the Student
Division of the Office of the Dean.
Academic advising in the college begins after the twelfth class
day in the fall and spring and after the fourth class day in the
summer. Students for whom advising is required are encouraged to
meet with an adviser as early as possible. Those who wait until the
period immediately before registration may be unable to schedule
an appointment and therefore may be unable to register.
ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES