The following phases of registration are detailed below.
Oct. 30 through Jan. 8 for 5-week classes... and ... Jan. 11 for 4-week classes:
Students may initiate, change, or cancel their registration through these dates. Tuition is fully refundable.
There are no tuition refunds for courses from which you would withdraw after those dates.
January 22 for 5-week classes... and ... January 23 for 4-week classes:
The last day to change grade status or withdraw from a course without the permission of the Assistant Dean of your College.
Your secure logon to UDSIS will allow you to initiate, view, or to
instantaneously change your registration . If you have any doubt about
logging on, be sure to see the instructions below. Once you log on you
will find the registration functions in the first major section of the
- Registration & Drop/Add
Online registration requires that you have established your UD Student Record and know your logon credentials:
If you have not already established a UD student record nor have been a UD
employee, you can create your own new student record, using the "Quick
Bio" form at
If that web page does not accept your input, it is probably because we already have a partial student record for you. In that case, our Continuing Studies Division can assist you if you email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have forgotten or want to reset your UD-PIN, you may do so from the UDSIS logon screen, where there is a hyperlink to "Change of Reset PIN". If you need additional assistance, please call the Registrar's Office at (302) 831-2131 for assistance during business hours (Mon.-Fri.; 8-5).
Details and step-by-step instructions are on the: Registrar's website
Mon-Tues 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m Wed-Thurs 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Beginning October 30 students may register or change their registration
either on the Web, at the Registrar's Office on the first floor of the University Visitor Center, or at the
Continuing Studies site.
Access initially will be based on your classification,
which in turn is based on the number of credits you will have earned by
the end of the fall semester.
"Appointments" for each student to begin to register will be posted on their personal Student Center page in UDSIS during early October. Students may continue to register and drop/add through UDSIS or in-person from their beginning appointment through the end of the free drop/add period, January 8 for 5-week classes and January 11 for 4-week classes.
Students may enroll for no more than seven credits during Winter Session, unless they obtain the permission of their Assistant Dean to exceed this limit. All registrations made through UDSIS are subject to the final approval of the student's Assistant Dean and the University Registrar.
The last day to change your grading basis or withdraw from courses without academic penalty is January 22 for 5-week classes and January 23 for 4-week classes. After these dates the permission of the Assistant Dean is required for all registration changes. Course withdrawals will be permitted only for unusual circumstances beyond a student's control and not for reasons of academic performance. Such approval does not alleviate the financial obligation incurred by a late withdrawal.
A student may not add a course with a pass/fail option beyond the course load permitted for his classification. Changes in the pass/fail grade status will be handled as changes in registration, and a student will be permitted to change pass/fail status only one time in any single course.
The instructor will determine a regular grade for the student who has selected the pass/fail option. Grades between A and D- will be recorded on the report of grades and on the official transcript as a P. An F will be recorded as an F. A grade of F will count in the cumulative index; a P will not. A change of grade status after the Free Drop Add period (after January 8 for 5-week classes and after January 11 for 4-week classes) incurs a $25 registration change fee.
Courses numbered "_67" are Experimental Courses. Course descriptions appear in the Supplemental Course Descriptions section of this website.
Supervised studyis a one-to-one faculty/student collaboration on a special problem, independent study, research, thesis or dissertation. Students interested in supervised study should discuss their proposed project with a faculty sponsor and then document the content according to department policy. The student must also register for the appropriate course, and must fill out the Web Form named "Independent Study and DLE Agreement".
Courses with "000" section numbers. You must obtain faculty permission for all "000" section courses before registering. When registering for a section-000 course, the student must also specify the faculty member who has agreed to supervise the student's work, and if it is a variable-credit course, then the number of credits on which they have agreed.
If a course meeting time is not listed, the student will be responsible for contacting the instructor or department to arrange class meeting times and locations.
Winter Session home page
Please direct questions to Allan Fanjoy < email@example.com >
URL of this document: /winter/reg.shtml
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