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Registration Appointments and Tips

Advance Registration

Prior to advance registration, the Schedule of Courses is released the first week of March for summer and fall terms and the first week of October for the spring term.

Registration Appointment Priority

During the first three weeks of advance registration, priority is given to graduate and then undergraduate students based on credit hours, with earlier times assigned to students with greater credit hours. Once a student's start time has passed, students can access the registration system freely until they reach 15 registered hours. Once they have reached 15 hours, the student will be automatically reassigned a new start time. Students may not access the ONE.UF registration system prior to their assigned start time.

Online Drop/Add

During online drop/add, priority is given to the students who have not registered for a full course load in the given term, regardless of class standing or credit hours earned toward their degrees. Students are allowed only one registration session per start time during daytime hours and will be automatically assigned a new time at the end of each registration session (once the student logs off) later that evening. Students can access the ONE.UF registration system repeatedly from approximately 10:00 pm to close of the system every night except the final night of drop/add. Students may not access ONE.UF registration prior to their assigned start time.

Online drop/add ends promptly at 11:59 pm on the final day of drop/add period. Students will not be allowed to log into ONE.UF registration after that time and will be held fee liable for all courses on their schedule.

Registration System Hours

Generally, the ONE.UF registration system is open from 8:00 am to 4:30 am Monday through Saturday and 10:00 am to 4:30 am on Sunday. Other ONE.UF functions are available for a greater time range. ONE.UF registration typically closes the Wednesday after commencement for end-of-term processing each term, and reopens the next business day.

Avoiding Late Registration Fees

Students must be registered for at least one credit by 5:00 pm on the last business day before online drop/add begins to avoid the $100 late registration fee.

Registration Tips

Plan in Advance

Plan your course selections in advance. If you exceed the time limits, the system will disconnect. If you time out, previously confirmed drops and adds will be retained, but unsaved requests will be lost and you will have to log on again.

Know The Course Requirements

While ONE.UF will guide you through course requirements, not all requirements are managed by ONE.UF. Check the catalog for your major's course requirements. Departments can drop you if you do not meet course requirements.

Summer A/B/C Registrations

If you register for a summer A/B/C course that is a prerequisite for a course you wish to take in the fall, you must wait until the following business day to add the fall course.

Drop Before Registration Ends

If you do have to drop a course during registration, do so before the end of the drop/add period to not be liable for fees.

Course Number Formats

Variable credit courses require you to enter the number of credits in a two-digit format; three credits would be entered as 03. If you register for an incorrect number of credits, you must drop the course and add it again with the correct credits.

Writing And Math

Writing and Math Requirement - Even though a course may be designated writing (WR) or math (MR) requirement, not all sections of that course may meet the requirement. To verify if a particular section satisfies the writing or math requirement, please refer to the schedule of courses.

Kindly Wait Your Turn

It is against the policy of the Office of the University Registrar for students to utilize automated programs to assist in their online registrations on ONE.UF.

Students With Disabilities

Students with disabilities who need assistance during registration can contact the Disability Resource Center in Room 1 in Reid Hall, 352-392-8565 or 352-392-3008 (TDD). Persons with hearing impairments can use the Florida Relay Service, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD), when departments on campus do not list a TDD.