6 Drop Rule

Undergraduate students who enrolled in higher education for the first time after fall 2007 will not be permitted to drop a total of more than six (6) courses, including any course a transfer student dropped at another institution unless the student shows good cause for dropping more than six (6) courses. For more information on the 6 Drop Rule, please see the policy listed at the Registrar's office website. Please also see "Limitation on Course Drops" under Enrollment in the UNT Dallas Catalog.

Application for Graduation

Applications for graduation are available online at the beginning of your graduating semester. Login to your UNT Dallas account to access your graduation application. For steps on how to apply, please click here.  If you have questions or concerns please contact the Registrars Office at 972-780-3664.

Concurrent Enrollment 

A student wishing to enroll concurrently at another institution must first secure permission from the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships. They can be reached by email or (972) 780-3662.

Course Drops

A student may drop a course prior to the census date (the 12th class day of the fall or spring semester or the equivalent dates in a summer session) in the Office of the Registrar. Courses dropped prior to the census date will not appear on the student's transcript and will not be included in the limitation of dropped courses. For more information on course drops, please see the policy listed at the Registrar's office website. Please also see "Course Drops" under Enrollment in the UNT Dallas Catalog.

Students wanting to drop a course after the census date will need to fill out the Drop Form.

Course Duplications

A student may take a course a second or subsequent time. The Office of the Registrar will post duplications at the request of the student, at the request of an academic advisor or upon review of the student’s record. Until a duplication is posted the Office of the Registrar includes a repeated course in the student’s cumulative record of hours attempted and grade points earned. For more information, please see the "Course Duplications" policy listed under Academic Information and Regulations in the UNT Dallas Catalog.

The form can be found here

Pass/No Pass

An incoming freshman or any undergraduate in good standing with a C average or better on all work attempted in residence at UNT Dallas may schedule one course a term/semester on the pass/no pass option. Seniors may elect more than one pass/no pass course during their final term/semester. For information, please see the "pass/no pass option" policy listed under Academic Information and Regulations in the UNT Dallas Catalog.

Student Load

The normal load for full-time undergraduate students is 15 semester hours for each fall or spring term/semester, or 30 hours for the nine-month academic year. The normal load for full-time students is 12 hours for the summer term/semester. For more information on student loads, please see the policy listed at the Registrar's office website.

Withdrawl

A student may withdraw from UNT Dallas any time prior to two (2) weeks before the first day of final examinations for the fall or spring semester or the equivalent dates for summer session. For more information on withdrawing, please see the policy listed at the Registrar's office website.

Effects of Withdrawal on Academic Status

Any student who withdraws from UNT Dallas prior to the end of the sixth week of classes (or the equivalent dates for summer sessions) is given grades of W and is not penalized with a reduced CGPA. Any student who withdraws after this period, but at least two weeks before the first day of final exams (summer session, six class meetings prior to finals; three week session, three class meetings prior to finals), is given grades of W or WF depending upon the student’s grade average at the time of withdrawal. Grades of WF are included as hours attempted in calculating a student’s minimum UNT Dallas cumulative grade point average required to remain in good standing. A student who does not officially withdraw from the university is held responsible for grades of F and is placed on probation or suspended from the university if the grades of F bring the CGPA below the minimum required.