Fall classes begin on Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Enroll as soon as possible if you haven’t done so already!
In order to be considered enrolled at the University for the Fall 2022 term, students must be enrolled in at least one class/research credit(s) and not have any Negative Service Indicators (holds) by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26th.
Fall Course Enrollment Dates and Deadlines:
Friday, July 1st – Enrollment opens for new students
Tuesday, July 19th - Fall tuition bills emailed to students.
Friday July 30th – Fall term Returning to the University form closes in SIS
Wednesday, August 17th – Tuition due date. Student Financial Services will assign finance holds on students’ accounts who have not paid their fall tuition by that date. You will need to contact SFS directly to remove finance holds to enable you to register. (434) 982-6000; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, August 23 – Fall classes begin. Please enroll as soon as possible.
Friday, August 26th 5:00 p.m. Deadline to enroll and resolve holds. In order to be considered enrolled at the University for the Fall 2022 term, students must be enrolled in at least one class/research credit(s) and not have any Negative Service Indicators/holds. (This is a preliminary date – I will provide additional information about the fall semester as it is available to me).
Tuesday, September 6th –
ADD deadline for all UVA Engineering courses (full-time students must be in 12 credits by this date).
Deadline to change grading option from graded to non-graded credits.
Tuesday, October 11 – DROP without W Deadline for all UVA Engineering courses.
IMPORTANT NOTES: UVA Engineering students must adhere to other schools’ deadlines! Drop deadlines for other schools at UVA are much earlier.
Arts & Sciences deadline is September 7th. Other schools drop deadlines: https://registrar.virginia.edu/enrollment-information/fall-2022-enrollment-instructions
See UREG’s Academic Calendar for updates and other information https://registrar.virginia.edu/.
Tuesday, October 18th – DROP with final grade of W for all UVA Engineering courses.
Students in the VEO program will have different registration dates and deadlines. Check the VEO website, http://www.engineering.virginia.edu/online , for dates and deadlines. Also, due to the nature of this program, you do not have to be registered for classes at UVA every semester. If you have problems or receive confusing emails, please contact the VEO administrator, director, or advisor.
Tuesday, December 6th – classes end
Thursday December 8 – Sunday, December 18 – Final exams (reading days, December 11, 14)
Friday, December 16th – Fall degree conferral date (as it appears on transcript; transcripts with conferral date available after December 22nd).
Monday, December 19th – Spring 2023 returning to the University form closes in SIS
Who should enroll in fall?
All on-grounds, degree seeking students are required to be enrolled full or part-time according to their approved academic load.
Students graduating in December. All December degree candidates must be enrolled in coursework/research (or affiliated status for students who qualify). If you are interested in affiliated status enrollment, please contact me for further details before August 1st. The deadline to apply in SIS for December 2022 graduation is October 1st.
NOTE: Students in the VEO program do not have to be registered for classes at UVA every semesterhttps://engineering.virginia.edu/online/current-students/contacts.
Full-time fall enrollment = 12-15 credits
GTA/GRAs receiving any form of financial aid (fellowship, GRA or GTA) from the School of Engineering this fall, must be enrolled in 12 credit hours/full-time (this can be all research hours in your research advisor’s section). You must be enrolled to receive financial aid.
Part-time Enrollment = 6 credits or less. NOTE: Part-time students’ tuition is based on what you register for and you should not register for more than 6 credits or receive any financial aid from SEAS.
Do not Wait to Enroll! Waiting until the last minute to register creates many difficulties for the system and for you.
- GTA/GRAs receiving financial aid will not receive it until after they enroll.
- If you receive any federal financial aid (loans), your aid calculation may be incorrect, and you may have to repay a large sum of money.
- On approximately July 19th the fall tuition bills will be emailed to students, and if you haven't registered before the bills are produced, then the maximum tuition will be billed (whether or not that is the correct charge for the course load for which you intend to register), and the departments will not be able to enter correct tuition information for you to have this paid.
If you register for a multi-section research or independent study course, choose your instructor carefully. The instructor of the section for which you register is the only one who can give you a grade at the end of the semester. If he/she doesn’t know you, the grade will not likely be a satisfactory one.
Having Trouble Registering?
SIS Holds Preventing Enrollment. Click on “details” to find out who placed the HOLD and who to contact to get it lifted. The Engineering Graduate Office can only lift an “Engineering Hold.” We can’t lift Financial holds, Student Health holds, ISO, Dean of Students holds, etc.
You don’t see the 1228 – 2022 Fall term in SIS. You are not term activated for fall, meaning that SIS is not expecting you to be a student in the fall semester. This often happens if you are expected to receive your MS this semester but plan to continue in a PhD program. Check with your Graduate Director to see if your expectations match your department’s expectations. If so, your Graduate Administrator can contact to request term activation for Fall so that you can register
Review your SIS account at the beginning of each semester for enrollment accuracy. Please communicate with your academic advisor or departmental Graduate Coordinator regarding course enrollment, and check your Academic Requirements report in SIS to be sure your courses satisfy your degree requirements.
If you have any problems or questions, contact Jayne Weber via email: email@example.com.
For questions about your tuition/fees: Student Financial Services (SFS) https://sfs.virginia.edu/
Health Insurance/Subsidy: https://www.studenthealth.virginia.edu/insurance
International Studies Office (ISO): https://iso.virginia.edu/
Graduate Engineering Department Directors and Student Coordinators: https://engineering.virginia.edu/current-students/graduate-students/contact-us/program-directors