The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Commencement, Final Exams, and… Yes, It's Time for Spring Registration!

Congratulations to our December graduates. Questions about commencement? The Records and Registration Office has answers. Fall commencement will be held Sunday, December 14, at 2 p.m. in McKenzie Arena.

As the end of the semester draws near, we are thankful for a few free days to visit with family and friends.

  • The University will close Thanksgiving Day and Friday, November 28.
  • The Lupton Library will be open Wednesday, November 26 from 7:50 a.m.-5 p.m., and it will be closed Thanksgiving Day-Saturday, November 29. On Sunday, November 30, the library resumes regular hours, and will be open Sunday from 2 p.m.-midnight.

It is hard to believe, but…

  • The last day of classes is Monday, December 1.
  • Reading Day is Tuesday, December 2.
  • The Fall 2003 Final Exam schedule begins Wednesday, December 3 and ends Tuesday, December 9. Make study plans now by checking the Fall Exam Schedule online.
  • Fall commencement will be held Sunday, December 14, at 2 p.m. in McKenzie Arena.

Looking ahead to Spring 2004 Semester, current students may register online with an advisement code or in person through the Records & Registration Office, Adult Services, or the Graduate School with a signed drop/add form. For more information on how to register, see the Q&As below.

Remember to confirm or pay fees by December 15, or your classes will be cancelled and you will have to re-register. There is no guarantee that your original courses will be available.

Your questions will be answered by the Records and Registration Office at (423) 425-4416.

If you are still looking for something different, these new classes are being offered in the spring:

Anthropology 412: Forensic Anthropology This course will resume its Fall and Spring offering, as indicated by the catalog. It is an ideal elective for biology, chemistry, physical therapy, and pre-professional health fields, to name a few. Instructor: Tom Bodkin

EHLS 199, section 001: Beginning Ultimate Frisbee This one-hour credit course will introduce students to the sport of Ultimate Frisbee. Fundamentals and rules of the game will be emphasized. This course can fill the general education requirement as a physical activity.
Instructor: Raley Parker

Political Science 421r: Special Topics in Public Law The First Amendment his course is an in-depth study of the issues and case law involving the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, including free speech, freedom of the press, religious freedom and freedom of assembly and petition. Instructor: Dr. John Friedl, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Communication 400, Section 002: Radio and Popular Music Radio and the phonograph emerged at roughly the same time at the turn of the last century. The result was a revolution in popular culture. That revolution will be the focus of this course which will examine the symbiotic relationship between radio and popular music. The course will look at both the evolution of American popular music styles and the evolution of radio. Instructor: Richard Winham, WUTC-FM Music D


Spring 2004 Registration Q&As

Priority registration began on Monday, November 3, 2003. You should have received you registration appointment time, RAP sheet, and notification of holds via your OneNet account. If you haven't registered, check out the questions below and make preparations to register for next semester.

How do I get ready to register?

  • View and print your RAP sheet to determine possible courses for next semester.
  • Make an appointment with your faculty adviser prior to your registration appointment time.
  • Access the Course Timetable via the web and have a plan before you meet with your adviser.

What if I have holds?

  • You must clear your holds before you will be able to register.
  • If you have an Advisement hold, you must complete the drop/add form and have it signed in the Advisement Office, 258 Hooper Hall.

How do I register?

  • On-line with your advisement code
  • In person (Records & Registration Office, Adult Services, Graduate School) with a signed drop/add form

How do I change course sections?

  • You may change sections on line and do not need an advisement code.

When are fees due?

  • You must confirm or pay fees by December 15, 2003.

What if I don't pay fees by December 15th?

  • Your classes will be cancelled and you will have to re-register. There is no guarantee that your original courses will be available.

If you have questions, please contact the Records and Registration Office at (423) 425-4416.