Registration Information

 

ACT 852: Employment and Earning Outcomes

Registration is open two times a year. Registration for summer and fall terms opens in March, and registration for winter intersession and spring terms opens in October. Students must consult with an academic advisor before registering for classes.

Full-term dates are as follows:

Fall 2018: August 22, 2018 - December 11, 2018
2018 Winter Intersession: December 17, 2018 - January 4, 2019
Spring 2019: January 14, 2019 - May 7, 2019
2019 10-Week Summer Session: June 3 - August 7
2019 June/July Session: June 3 - July 3
2019 July/August Session: July 8 - August 7
Fall 2019: August 21 - December 10

Once you have registered, please review your student schedule prior to attending your first course. Course locations and meeting times can change from the time you have registered for the course. Pay attention especially to start and end dates of the course. If the course dates are not the start and end dates of the term, the course is a condensed course and has different attendance, registration, drop, and refund dates. Federal regulations for financial aid require attendance (physical attendance, submission of an assignment, OR completion of the Blackboard Attendance Accounting module) in all registered courses; if you fail to attend prior to the attendance date for a course, you will be dropped for non-attendance. There is no reinstatement when dropped for non-attendance; there are no exceptions to this policy.

Early Registration is for currently enrolled students based on the number of credit hours earned prior to the start of the current semester. Students must consult with their advisor before registering for classes. An appointment schedule will be posted on/near the advisor's office door. Distance learners/night students must contact their advisor in order to discuss the process for registration. Students will either be registered in classes by their advisor or the advisor may elect to provide a student registration code allowing the student to register in classes using the OneTech portal.

Students currently enrolled in the fall 2018 semester may be eligible to register for the 2018 winter intersession and spring 2019 terms based on their number of earned hours at the start of the fall 2018 semester according to the following schedule:

October 22: All graduate students and undergraduate students with 90 or more earned hours
October 24: 89 - 60 earned hours
October 29: 59 - 30 earned hours
November 1: 29 - 20 earned hours
November 8: 19 – 12 earned hours 
November 14: 11 – 3 earned hours
November 27: 2 or fewer earned hours

November 14: 11 or fewer earned hours

Registration Steps:

  1. Log into OneTech and select the Registration tab.
  2. Click Registration Status to check student registration eligibility and total earned hours. Confirm the correct major is shown (if not, complete and submit a Change of Major form).
    NOTE: Students with holds must contact the appropriate office and resolve the hold prior to registration.
  3. Students must consult with their advisor before registering in classes. An appointment schedule will be posted on/near each advisor's office door a week before early registration begins. Students should use the schedule to make an academic advising appointment with their advisor. Distance learners/night students should contact their advisor to discuss the process for registration.
    Who is your advisor? If an advisor is assigned, the advisor will be listed under Academic Profile. If an advisor is not listed, contact the Registrar's Office.
    EXCEPTION: Students who have less than 60 earned hours or who are undecided about a major may be advised in the Academic Advising Center (Rothwell 107) prior to their eligible dates to register, but will be registered based on the appropriate schedule above. Call (479)964-0843 to schedule an advising appointment.
  4. Students will either be registered in classes by their advisor, or the advisor can elect to provide a Student Registration Code allowing the student to register in classes using the OneTech portal. Students will use the Register and Add/Drop Classes link (located in the Registration block under the Registration tab) to register.
    NOTE: Course section numbers may indicate unusual course characteristics, such as meeting at a location other than the Russellville campus, or a mixed technology class that is web-based and occasionally meets on campus. Refer to Section Numbers Decoded for more information.
    NOTE: Students enrolling in web-based courses can visit eTech for eLearning resources and important course-related information.
  5. Check the class schedule; it is the student's responsibility to verify the registration has been completed accurately, so it is recommended that students print a copy of their class schedule for their records. Students may view their schedule by selecting Student Detailed Schedule, which is listed under Registration. Refer to Building Abbreviations for helpful information and a link to the campus map.
  6. Pay charges and/or confirm financial settlement according to Fee Payment Policy. Visit the Student Accounts website for information concerning cost, payment, and obtaining Tech IDs, and the Financial Aid website for more information on loans/grants/scholarships.
  7. Students must attend the course before its unique attendance date. There are no exceptions. Attendance is measured as: physical attendance, submission of an assignment, OR completion of Blackboard Attendance Accounting module.
  8. All students operating a vehicle on campus must purchase a Hang Tag. For information on Hang Tags and parking areas visit Public Safety's website.
  9. Verify addresses and phones numbers are correct by selecting Update Addresses and Phones on the home tab under personal information.

Important Information: Students who have enrolled in classes but decide not to attend Tech must officially withdraw from classes. See Withdrawing for more information.

Students transferring or returning to Tech who have applied for admission, and completed all admission requirements, will receive a letter from the Office of Admissions inviting them to participate in registration.

Newly admitted transfer and returning students with less than 60 earned hours or are undeclared or any student who needs additional guidance in selecting a major should call or visit the Academic Advising Center (479-964-0850, Rothwell 107) to schedule an advising/registration appointment beginning November 14.

Newly admitted transfer and returning students with a declared major should contact their respective academic department to schedule an advising/registration appointment. Find your department contact information here: https://www.atu.edu/catalog/undergraduate/colleges.php

Registration Steps

  1. Log into OneTech and select the Registration tab.
  2. Click Registration Status to check student registration eligibility. Confirm the correct major is shown (if not, complete and submit a Change of Major form). NOTE: Students with holds must contact the appropriate office and resolve the hold prior to registration.
  3. Students must consult with their advisor before registering in classes. Who is your advisor? If an advisor is assigned, the advisor will be listed under Academic Profile. If an advisor is not listed, contact the Registrar's Office.
  4. Students will either be registered in classes by their advisor, or the advisor can elect to provide a Student Registration Code (SRC) allowing the student to register in classes using the OneTech portal. Students will use the Register and Add/Drop Classes link (located in the Registration block under the Registration tab) to register (See How to Register Instructions Below). NOTE: Course section numbers may indicate unusual course characteristics, such as meeting at a location other than the Russellville campus, or a mixed technology class that is web-based and occasionally meets on campus. Refer to Section Numbers Decoded for more information. NOTE: Students enrolling in web-based courses can visit eTech for eLearning resources and important course-related information.
  5. Check the class schedule; it is the student's responsibility to verify the registration has been completed accurately, so it is recommended that students print a copy of their class schedule for their records. Students may view their schedule by selecting Student Detailed Schedule, which is listed under Registration. Refer to Building Abbreviations for helpful information and a link to the campus map.
  6. Pay fees and/or confirm financial settlement according to Fee Payment Policy. Visit the Student Accounts website for information concerning cost, payment and obtaining Tech IDs.
  7. Students must attend the course before its unique attendance date. There are no exceptions. Attendance is measured as: physical attendance, submission of an assignment, OR completion of Blackboard Attendance Accounting module.
  8. All students operating a vehicle on campus must purchase a Hang Tag. For information on Hang Tags and parking areas visit Public Safety's website.Official enrollment is contingent upon eligibility to enroll for future terms.
  9. Verify addresses and phones numbers are correct by selecting Update Addresses and Phones on the home tab under personal information.

Important Information: Students who have enrolled in classes but decide not to attend Tech must officially withdraw from classes. See Withdrawing for more information.

Once a first-time entering freshman has applied for admission to Arkansas Tech University, and received their admission documents, the student will also receive an invitation to register with the Academic Advising Center.

The Academic Advising Center coordinates a special registration for first-time entering freshmen. Freshmen who have a partial admission status will be invited by letter to make a registration appointment.

The appointment will last a minimum of three hours. A student may come by themselves or bring their family. During your advising/registration appointment, you will meet with an academic advisor, have your questions answered, receive a demonstration of the features of your OneTech account, and register in your classes. Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and Residence Life staff will also be available.

If an invitation to register is not received, students should contact the Academic Advising Center at (479) 964-0850.

First-Time Entering Freshmen registration will occur beginning November 14.

After registering for classes, first-time freshmen should contact an academic advisor in the Academic Advising Center, Rothwell 107, for assistance with adding, dropping, or changing classes, or withdrawing from school.

Students who did not participate in early registration, are eligible to register during regular registration. Students will either be registered in classes by their advisor or their advisor can elect to give the student their registration code to register using the OneTech portal.

Registration by appointment will occur during the following dates:

For Winter Intersession 2018: December 10 - 14*
For Spring 2019: January 2 - 11*
For 10-Week Summer Session: By Appointment after May 2*
For June/July Summer Session: By Appointment after May 2*
For July/August Summer Session: By Appointment after May 2*
For Fall 2019: August 12 - 20*

*Dates are for full-term courses.

Registration Steps:

  1. Log into OneTech and select the Registration tab.
  2. Click Registration Status to check student registration eligibility. Confirm the correct major is shown (if not, complete and submit a Change of Major form). NOTE: Students with holds must contact the appropriate office and resolve the hold prior to registration.
  3. Students must consult with their advisor before registering in classes. Who is your advisor? If an advisor is assigned, the advisor will be listed under Academic Profile. If an advisor is not listed, contact the Registrar's Office.
  4. Students will either be registered in classes by their advisor, or the advisor can elect to provide a Student Registration Code (SRC) allowing the student to register in classes using the OneTech portal. Students will use the Register and Add/Drop Classes link (located in the Registration block under the Registration tab) to register (See How to Register Instructions Below). NOTE: Course section numbers may indicate unusual course characteristics, such as meeting at a location other than the Russellville campus, or a mixed technology class that is web-based and occasionally meets on campus. Refer to Section Numbers Decoded for more information. NOTE: Students enrolling in web-based courses can visit eTech for eLearning resources and important course-related information.
  5. Check the class schedule; it is the student's responsibility to verify the registration has been completed accurately, so it is recommended that students print a copy of their class schedule for their records. Students may view their schedule by selecting Student Detailed Schedule, which is listed under Registration. Refer to Building Abbreviations for helpful information and a link to the campus map.
  6. Pay charges and/or confirm financial settlement according to Fee Payment Policy. Visit the websites for Student Accounts and Financial Aid for more information.
  7. Students must attend the course before its unique attendance date. There are no exceptions. Attendance is measured as: physical attendance, submission of an assignment, OR completion of Blackboard Attendance Accounting module.
  8. All students operating a vehicle on campus must purchase a Hang Tag. For information on Hang Tags and parking areas visit Public Safety's website. Official enrollment is contingent upon eligibility to enroll for future terms.
  9. Verify addresses and phones numbers are correct by selecting Update Addresses and Phones on the home tab under personal information.

Important Information: Students who have enrolled in classes but decide not to attend Tech must officially withdraw from classes. See Withdrawing for more information.

Students unable to register during normal registration periods may participate in late registration, but, will be charged a $25 late registration fee. Registration for any course can be processed in the Registrar's Office or in the Advising Center (for students who have less than 60 earned hours). Students must submit a Permit to Register form, complete with advisor's signature, to the Registrar's Office, Brown Hall Suite 307, or the Academic Advising Center, for processing.

Late Registration will occur during the following dates:

For Winter Intersession 2018: December 17*
For Spring 2019: January 14 - 18*
For 10-Week Summer Session 2019: June 3 - 6*
For June/July Summer Session 2019: June 3 - 4*
For July/August Summer Session 2019: July 8 - 9*
For Fall 2019: August 21 - 27*

*Dates are for full-term courses.

Students unable to register during normal registration periods may participate in late registration, but will be charged a $25 late registration fee.

Registration Steps:

  1. Log into OneTech and select the Registration tab.
  2. Click Registration Status to check student registration eligibility. Confirm the correct major is shown (if not, complete and submit a Change of Major form). NOTE: Students with holds must contact the appropriate office and resolve the hold prior to registration.
  3. Students must consult with their advisor before enrolling in classes. Distance learners/night students should contact their advisor to discuss the process for late registration. Who is your advisor? If an advisor has been assigned, the advisor will be listed under Academic Profile. If an advisor is not listed, contact the Registrar's Office.
  4. Students must submit a Permit to Register (PTR) form, complete with advisor's signature, to the Registrars Office, the Academic Advising Center (for students with less than 60 earned hours), the Graduate College (for Graduate Students), or the College of Professional Studies (for Professional Studies majors) for processing. Distance Learners/Night Students will need to email their advisor to initiate the late registration process. NOTE: Course section numbers may indicate unusual course characteristics, such as meeting at a location other than the Russellville campus, or a mixed technology class that is web-based and occasionally meets on campus. Refer to Section Numbers Decoded for more information. NOTE: Students enrolling in web-based courses can visit eTech for eLearning resources and important course-related information.
  5. Check the class schedule; it is the student's responsibility to verify the registration has been completed accurately, so it is recommended that students print a copy of their class schedule for their records. Students may view their schedule by selecting Student Detailed Schedule, which is listed under Registration Tools. Refer to Building Abbreviations for helpful information and a link to the campus map.
  6. Pay charges and/or confirm financial settlement according to Fee Payment Policy. Visit the Student Accounts website for information concerning cost, payment, and obtaining Tech IDs, and the Financial Aid website for more information on loans/grants/scholarships.
  7. Students must attend the course before its unique attendance date. There are no exceptions. Attendance is measured as: physical attendance, submission of an assignment, OR completion of Blackboard Attendance Accounting module.
  8. All students operating a vehicle on campus must purchase a Hang Tag. For information on Hang Tags and parking areas visit Public Safety's website. Official enrollment is contingent upon eligibility to enroll for future terms.
  9. Verify addresses and phones numbers are correct by selecting Update Addresses and Phones on the home tab under personal information.

Important Information: Students who have enrolled in classes but, decide not to attend Tech must officially withdraw from classes. See Withdrawing for more information.

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