Registrar Reminders

Filed under Administrative, Registrar on January 11, 2016.

January 11 (11:59 p.m.): Deadline to drop or withdraw from spring courses without fee liability.

Students are responsible for all classes remaining on their schedules after the end of Drop/Add (January 11th, 11:59 p.m.). Please confirm that your schedule is accurate. Verify your spring schedule from ISIS. On the left menu > Registration > My Schedule > Spring.
If you drop or withdraw after Monday, January 11th, you will receive a “W” on your transcript. Review drop/withdrawal policies from the Registrar’s homepage: Information for > Students > Registering > Dropping Courses.

January 15 (3:30 p.m.):  Spring 2016 tuition fee payment deadline to University Bursar.

January 15 (5 p.m.): Spring residency reclassification deadline.

The Office of the University Registrar will be closed Monday, January 18 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

Voter Registration Information
Are you a registered voter in Florida or your home state?  If not, there are several ways to register to vote, and NOW is the time to register — before the deadlines — so you can vote in upcoming elections!

All the information you need is available from the ISIS homepage.

•    Florida residents can use the online voter registration application available from ISIS, under My Resources > Personal Info > Voter Registration.
•    Non-Florida residents can also use the registration form found on the ISIS link mentioned above. Once there on the left click, Government Links > U. S. Elections Assistance Commission > Resources for Voters > Register to Vote > National Mail Voter Registration form.

Florida residents can also pick up a registration form from these UF offices:

•    Office of the University Registrar – 222 Criser Hall
•    Dean of Students Office – 202 Peabody Hall
•    Disability Resources Center – 001 Reid Hall
•    Housing and Residence Education – Residence Hall Offices and Village Offices
•    Student Government Office – 305 J Wayne Reitz Union
•    University Police Department – Front Desk

If you are already registered to vote in Alachua County/Gainesville and you have moved to another address within Alachua County, you can update your address by calling the Supervisor of Elections office at 352-374-5252.  If you are not registered to vote in Alachua County, please notify your county Supervisor of Elections office of your address change.

UF encourages you to register to vote. Make a difference.