The UTTC Academic Calendar is available on uttc.edu and is listed under the "Academics" drop down menu.
Students must visit with their academic advisor to register for class and add/drop a course.
A student may drop courses without a record up until the 10th day of the Academic Term (Census Date). After the Census Date, a student may drop courses until the “Last Day to Drop/Withdraw.” Please view the dates on the academic calendar. A student may withdraw after the college’s deadline but must provide proof of unforeseeable circumstances that force the student to withdraw. Add/Drop forms and Withdrawal forms can be completed by the academic advisor.
No. Once a student is registered for classes, it is the student's responsibility to attend and submit homework. If you do not notify your academic advisor or the Registrar’s Office; you will receive an appropriate grade as determined by the instructor.
Final grades are mailed out within three weeks after the semester ends. Students may print off each semester’s current grades from www.my.uttc.edu.
Make sure to speak with your academic advisor. They will review your degree plan with you again and have you fill out a Graduation Application. The Registrar’s Office will complete a degree audit to make sure you have taken all of the courses you need to graduate.
To obtain enrollment verification, complete the Enrollment Verification form that can be found on the Registrar's Office website page.
Students are given the opportunity to restrict directory information each year. A FERPA Student Authorization Release Form must be filled out and handed into the Registrar’s Office.
Students must notify the Admissions and Recruitment Office to change your address, phone number or email address.
Students wishing to change degree programs may do so until the 10th day of the Academic Term (Census Date). A Degree Change Form must be completed by the academic advisor.
Students may appeal a final grade after discussion with the instructor by submitting an email of appeal to the Vice President of Academic Affairs. Talk to your academic advisor or counselor about this because there is a time limit to do it.