Spring 2021 Registration
Spring 2021 registration is not open. We anticipate opening BAO registration around the middle of November.
For information on applying to a program, please see the BAO Programs page and choose the program you are interested in.
How to Register for Courses
- Check the Dates and Deadlines for UNT registration. The Registration Guides at the bottom of the page have the Registration Schedules for each semester.
- In the summer, we are the SUM semester and our classes run for 13 weeks.
- Fall and Spring semesters are both 15 week semesters, with an exam week at the end of the semester.
- Check the Course Sequence to see which class(es) you need to take next (4th Edition courses, GACT-ABA, or MA program)
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a permission number for your course. You MUST include the following information in your email:
- Your UNT Student ID (eight-digit number)
- The class(es) you want to enroll in
- Whether you are in-state (live in Texas) or out-of-state (live outside of Texas)
- Register for your class(es) through my.unt.edu (use your UNT EUID to login). Click here for a step-by-step guide to registration.
- Make a payment for your class(es). UNT accepts payment by credit card when you register. Be sure to pay on time or the UNT Registrar will drop you from your class(es).
- Purchase your textbook(s). Please purchase them as soon as possible so that you will have them before your class(es) start.
Important Semester Dates and Deadlines
Fall 2020 Course Information
Classes will begin at 12am CT on August 24th and run through 11:59pm CT on December 11th. Please login to Canvas with your UNT EUID and password to access your course(s). Courses will not be visible until semester starts.
Spring 2021 Course Information
Classes will being at 12am CT on January 11th and run through 11:59pm CT on May 7th. Please login to Canvas with your UNT EUID and password to access your course(s). Courses will not be visible until semester starts.
Please order your textbook(s) early! It is important to have your textbook(s) by the first day of class.