Before Registration Opens...
Check the appropriate semester "Dates & Deadlines" calendar to determine registration and term dates, and your first day to register.
See what's being offered and begin forming an idea of what you might take. Class offerings
are available online, usually one month before registration opens.
- U of M students should login to the myMemphis portal and search the semester's class
offerings using the Look Up Classes feature.
- If you are not an admitted student, use the Class Schedule Search.
Go to your Account$ tab in the myMemphis portal to review and accept your financial
Check your Registration Status screen in the portal (Student tab). Look in particular
- Holds - You cannot register if you have any Registration holds. Contact the office
that placed the hold to determine how you can remove it. More about Holds.
- Student Status messages - You must be a current student with an Active status for
the term. If you see these messages--"you have no registration time ticket," "you
require readmission," "your status prevents registration,"--you must apply for admission/readmission before registering. (NOTE: When you skip a Fall or Spring term, your status changes
to "Inactive" and you must be readmitted.)
If you are a degree-seeking student, you must be cleared to register by your advisor
or advising unit. Otherwise, you will be blocked from registering by the "Alternate
PIN" screen. Once cleared, you will not encounter this screen. Visit the Academic Advising Home Page for advising information.
Once Registration Opens...
Register online through the myMemphis portal as early as possible for the best course selection; once you are in the portal, look
for the Registration Tools channel on your Student tab. Also:
Pay your fees online (select your Account$ tab in the portal), or pay in person at
the Bursar's Office, 115 Wilder Tower. Refer to the Bursar's website for fee payment deadlines and other fee-related information, including fee payment
methods, and possible refunds.
Before You Go To Class...
Reprint and review your schedule just prior to the first day of classes: buildings and room numbers
often need to be revised before classes start.