Registration and Advising
If you are a currently enrolled or admitted student and you have an Eagle Online account (T# and personal PIN), search for classes using the Eagle Online portal. Log in to Eagle Online and click on the "Student Services" tab. Then click on "Registration." Finally, choose "Look Up Classes." For complete instructions on registering using Eagle Online see Registration Instructions.
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Registration Appointment Times
Registration appointment times are determined according to the number of hours earned. The students with the least number of hours and those with the most number of hours are assigned the earliest times. Those with slightly more than first-term freshmen and slightly less than graduating seniors are assigned the next block of times and so on.
Advising is required for all degree-seeking undergraduates. Incoming students are advised and cleared to register during orientation. Students should contact the advising office in their college or department to set up an appointment.
To access your advisor's information:
- log into your Eagle Online account
- Select the "Student" tab
- Select "Current Term"
- Select "View Banner ID (T#), Registration Times, Advisor, Post Office Box/Combination, Confirmation
Undergraduate students must obtain permission to overload from the department chair and college dean of their major. Complete the Course Overload form and return it to the Registration Center, Jere Whitson 221. To determine what constitutes an overload please see the undergraduate catalog and click on "Student Course Load" (8th on the list).
Add and Drop Classes
You may drop one, some, but not all of your classes via Eagle Online until it closes. After that, you will need to complete an Add/Drop form. Check the Academic Calendar for registration dates and times for the term.
To drop all of your classes, you must must withdraw from the University for that term. Students who pay fees and confirm enrollment by the deadline but decide to drop all of their classes for any reason must make written application for withdrawal in the Office of Student Affairs, Roaden University Center, Room 221, (931) 372-3411.
A reduction in hours at any rate may affect your Student Financial Aid, the HOPE scholarship, athletic status, immigration status for international students, University housing accommodations, Veterans Educational Benefits, use of University resources and access to University facilities, and the loss of full-time student status. Always contact your academic advisor as well as the appropriate office with questions about the impact of your withdrawal from a course before you initiate a withdrawal.
Veterans and dependents of veterans who receive educational benefits must notify the Veterans Educational Benefits Coordinator in the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs of any course load reductions.
If you need help you can call the Registration Help Line at 931-372-3966 or 931-372-3967 between the hours of 8:00 - 12:00 and 1:00 - 4:30.