The course schedules for spring and summer semesters of 2014 are online. Open registration for spring 2014 begins November 22 while open registration for summer semester 2014 begins March 10.
The online registration program is located in My MocsNet within the Academics tab. The offered classes for Spring and Summer 2014 can be viewed by clicking “Schedule of Classes” under the “Registration and Student Records” heading.
If a student needs a particular course but no seats are available, there is a way to make this request via an online form.
The first step to registration is seeing an advisor. Students are encouraged to come prepared with a list of classes they might want to take and any questions for the advisor. Students should check their MyMocsNet account to find their advisor’s name. If no advisor is listed, students should contact their major department. Freshman/undecided majors should contact the UTC Center for Advisement in room 108 of the UC.
Begin registering according to the assigned registration time-ticket. Students receive time-tickets based on earned credit hours – the more earned hours a student has the earlier their time-ticket.
Locate the time ticket by accessing the “Registration Status” link under the “Academics” tab on the MyMocsNet account. This link will also show academic standing any holds. Students can register any time after initial time-ticket appointment through the last day to register for the semester.
All freshmen and transfer students not previously enrolled at UTC must attend Orientation. They will register as an Orientation group, and may not have a pre-assigned registration time-ticket.
It’s important to clear all holds (monetary, immunization, etc.) with the appropriate office before registering for classes. See any current holds by clicking on the “Academics” tab at the top of the MyMocsNet page, and then clicking the “Holds” link under the “Registration and Student Records” heading. Address any holds with the department in which the hold originated.
A new six-digit Alternate PIN (the advisement/registration code) is needed to begin registration. The Alternate Pin is received from an advisor. Write the PIN it down in a secure location. It is required to drop a class online at any time during the semester and an advisor is the only source for the Alternate PIN. Spring and Summer registrations require two different PINs, so be sure to get both from an advisor if you plan to sign up for both semesters.