The University of Toledo encourages students to plan ahead for a successful upcoming semester by registering early for spring 2022.
“The earlier students register, the more likely they will be able to take the courses they want at the times that work best in their schedules,” Provost Karen Bjorkman said. “Even if students are still waiting to hear back about a co-op placement or an internship they applied for, they should register for the next semester to be sure they stay on track. It is easier to adjust a plan already in place than to be behind schedule at a later date.”
Registration for spring semester begins Thursday, Oct. 21, with priority registration for honors students; graduate students; student-athletes, including varsity cheerleaders; athletic team managers; marching band members; ROTC (all contracted ROTC cadets); elected student government senators; Salford University students; students with disabilities; military/veteran students; and distance-learning-only students.
Additional registration dates are ordered by class rank. Dates are:
• Thursday, Oct. 28 — seniors (90 earned hours or more);
• Wednesday, Nov. 3 — juniors (60 to 89 earned hours);
• Tuesday, Nov. 9 — sophomores (30 to 59 earned hours) and undergraduates with degrees;
• Wednesday, Nov. 17 — freshman (0 to 29 earned hours).
“Our top priority is student success and planning ahead is critical for students on a successful path to graduation,” said Dr. Sammy Spann, interim senior associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students. “We’re launching this campaign to change the culture here for students and all of us who support students. We want students to focus on doing well now, but also to be thinking ahead about what comes next and planning well in advance to meet those goals.”
Regardless of when a student registers for the spring semester, tuition is not billed until January.
Academic advisors are available to help students plan their course of study. Students are encouraged to aim for 15 credit hours per semester to graduate on time. Most degree programs require 120 total credit hours or more to graduate.