All Links (Alphabetical)
The locations of your classes are listed on your detailed schedule in your OSCAR account.
The Bursar's Office manages the billing and payment processes for Georgia Tech student accounts.
The official dates that define an academic term, including deadlines and holidays.
Undergraduate degree programs must satisfy the core curriculum required in the University System of Georgia.
With the approval of their school, a student may schedule courses at institutions within ARCHE.
These regulations designate a student with a "full-time" or "part-time" status.
Descriptions of the error messages that a student might receive on the add/drop screen.
The guidelines pertaining to final exams and the details of exam scheduling.
Important details on how a student might be graded and might earn credit hours.
Special permits are required of undergraduate-level students taking graduate-level courses.
Students may undertake only so many credit hours each term, based level and academic standing.
A departments may or may not allow a student into a restricted course or let him undertake more hours than the stated maximum.
Satisfying prerequisite requirements greatly enhances the likelihood of passing courses.
Answers to frequently asked questions on many topics related to registration.
Essential information about the rules, processes, and procedures for registration.
Time tickets determine the windows of time when individual students can register for classes.
A student who enrolls for a single term and/or in a non-degree-seeking capacity has a unique status.
Some departments allow students to waitlist a course for which registration has closed.