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UTA Accelerated Online Programs Main Website: Click here
Accelerated Online Education Programs: Click here
Accelerated Online Nursing Programs: Click here
Accelerated Online Master of Public Administration Program: Click here
Accelerated Online Master of Business Adminiistration Programs: Click here
Accelerated Online Healthcare Program: Click Here
• To locate your Accelerated Online Nursing academic advisor’s contact information Click here.
**If you are in the Finish@UT program please visit the UT Online Consortium website: Click Here
Students must be in an accelerated online program major to take the approved courses listed on the program web pages.
If you are not an accelerated online program student registered in an accelerated program (Dynamic Dated session) course you will be dropped from the unauthorized course. You will be notified via your UTA MyMav email after you have been dropped.
If you are an accelerated online program student registered in a non-accelerated program (Regular session) course you will be dropped from the unauthorized course. You will be notified via your UTA MyMav email after you have been dropped.
If a student did not pass a class for the currently enrolled term and would like to retake the same class within the same term at a later start date, this cannot be done through student self-service in MyMav unless the course is setup to allow for this exception. Students’ academic advisor would have to perform the enrollment request on the students’ behalf. For this exception to be approved, final grades for the original class must be officially posted in MyMav prior to the late registration deadline for the requested class start date. If grades are not posted in MyMav before the late registration deadline for the next start date, students will need to request a registration exception for the next available start date with open registration. If the next available start date is in the next term, students can enroll themselves through student self-service in MyMav.
Registration and Drop/Withdraw Requests
Please contact your major academic advisor via your MyMav email if you have any questions regarding registration or dropping/withdrawing from a course(s). Any requests received after 4 PM CT, weekends or holidays will be processed effectively on the following business day. Backdating to the previous business day is not allowed. If a request to register or drop a course(s) is received by your major advisor after 4 PM CT prior to the late registration deadline or last day to drop deadline, your request may not be reviewed or processed.
**To drop a course before the first day of class.
• It is the student’s responsibility to drop a course before the first day of class.
• If a student has decided to drop a course before the first day of class it is advised that they attempt to drop the course before 4 pm (CT) on the Friday before the course starts. This is so that they can contact their academic advisor if they have any difficulties dropping the course.
• If a student waits until after 4 pm (CT) prior to the first day of class and has difficulties dropping the course then they do not contact their academic advisor before the first day of class; since it is the student’s responsibility to drop they will be subject to the refund policy when their advisor drops them from the course on Monday.
• For directions on how to drop a course please click here.
**To drop a course on or after the first day of class
• Students in the Accelerated Online Nursing programs must fill out the drop from: Click here. All drop requests must be sent via email to your academic advising team and include the completed drop form. You must use your MyMav email address. To locate your academic advising team, Click here
• The drop form must be complete. Incomplete forms will not be accepted.
• Students in the Accelerated Online Education and Master of Public Administration Programs, please contact your advisors via your MyMav email for additional information regarding how to drop their program courses.
•Drops can only be requested through email. Do not call! If you call you will be instructed to email in your request using your MyMav email only (personal email will not be accepted). This is because dropping is a serious matter and we need documentation that (a) you understand the consequences of dropping and (b) are sure you want to drop the course.
•After the late registration deadline, once a drop request has been submitted and/or processed, students are not eligible to be added back into the course in which they requested to be dropped from. All drops are final.
•Drop requests must be submitted by 4:00 PM CT in order for a drop to be processed the same day. If a drop request is submitted after 4:00 PM CT, on weekends or holidays, it will be processed the next business day. Students who submit a drop request after 4:00 PM CT will be subject to the next business day’s refund and drop deadline policies. If a request to drop a course is received after 4:00 PM CT on the last day to drop, your request may not be reviewed or processed.
Starting Fall 2017, the accelerated online programs have new registration deadlines. See Important Dates Information below for the registration deadlines for each start date session.
There is a late registration deadline that begins at 12:00 AM CT on the specified dates listed below for each start date session. Students will register thru their MyMav Student Service Center (self-service) until the late registration deadline ends at 11:59 PM CT on the specified dates listed below. If you need clarification on this policy or need to discuss what options you may have for future registration, please contact your major academic advisor.
Any requests received after 4 PM CT on the late registration deadline, weekends or holidays will be considered received as of the following business day. Backdating to the previous business day is not allowed. If a late registration request is received by your major advisor after 4 PM CT on the 1st day of class (the start date) your request may not be reviewed or processed.
**Please note that students that are registered on the late registration deadline will not have access to that course(s) until the following morning.
Once classes start, swaps and/or late registrations may incur additional fees. Please check with your advisor and refer to the Refunds of Registration Charges web page for AO students.
Reinstatement Information for Non-Payment Drops
Students in the accelerated online program that are dropped for non-payment on the 1st day of class, can re-register themselves using their MyMav Student Service Center (self-service) if there are seats still available in the course. The non-payment reinstatement deadline is 11:59 PM CT on the 1st day of class (the start date). Payment is due by 11:59 PM CT the same day. If a student is dropped for non-payment a second time, reinstatement will not be allowed.
Any requests received after 4 PM CT on the non-payment reinstatement deadline, weekends or holidays will be considered as received as of the following business day. Backdating to the previous business day is not allowed. If a reinstatement request is received by your major advisor after 4 PM CT on the 1st day of class (the start date) your request may not be reviewed or processed.
**Please note that students that are registered on the non-payment reinstatement deadline will not have access to that course(s) until the following morning.
Reinstatement Appeals for Non-Payment Drops
As of May 24, 2010, reinstatement appeals for nonpayment of tuition drops for accelerated online program students will not be allowed. Due to the length of the accelerated online courses and the time it takes for reinstatement appeals to be processed; it is not advantageous to students, faculty or the administration to allow reinstatements. If you are dropped for non-payment, you will need to register for the next start date that the course is available. If you need clarification on this policy or want to discuss what options you may have for future registration, please contact your major academic advisor.
Change of Majors
Students that enrolled/dropped within the current term can change their majors (to or from) an accelerated online program once the current term has ended and prior to enrolling in a course for the following term. If you never enrolled in the current term and you would like to change your major, you can do so at any time. Please contact an academic advisor in the major you would like to change into if you have any questions.
Academic Standing Information
Academic standing for accelerated online program students is official once the last grades for a term (last grades in the sessions, see charts below for dates) have been posted. If you are on academic dismissal once grades have been posted, you will be dropped from any course(s) for the current term and future term(s) that are not in progress. Please contact your academic advisor within your major with any questions.
|Spring 2019-Accelerated Online Undergraduate and Graduate Programs|
|Course Start Date*||Course End Date||Course Length||Official Last day to Register||Late Registration Deadline||Tuition Due Date||Non-Payment Reinstate-ment Deadline||Census Date||Last day to Drop||Grade Posting|
*The day prior to the Course Start date is the last day that a student can drop a course through MyMav Self Service. After this date, you will need to contact your academic advisor within your major to drop a course. A grade of "W" will be assigned for all courses dropped after the Census Date of that class start date.