In order to attend classes during any academic term, first you have to register. You are eligible to register if:
you have been admitted to UAB;
When to Register
your financial records with Student Accounting Services are in good order; and
you are in good standing, which means you are not on academic or disciplinary suspension.
Individuals are not allowed to attend university courses unless officially enrolled for class through the appropriate registration process.
Currently Enrolled Students: You will receive a notice informing you that your assigned time to register can be viewed in BlazerNET.
Registration may be completed online. Special circumstances may require in-person registration. Registration forms are available from Registration/Academic Records or your advisor.
Previously Enrolled Students: If you are a former undergraduate student who has not attended UAB within the last year (three academic terms) or who has attended another college or university since you last enrolled, you must apply for readmission.
If you are a graduate student who has not attended UAB within the past year, you must apply for readmission. Apply at the UAB Graduate School, 511 Hill University Center.
If accepted, you are subject to the policies of the current catalog at that time. Reestablishment of your registration records will involve at least an overnight delay, which means you will not be able to register on the day you apply for readmission.
New Undergraduate and Graduate Students: Newly admitted students may register during the assigned, open (unassigned), or late registration periods.
Nondegree Students: Undergraduate students classified as transient, temporary, postgraduate, nondegree, or auditor (no credit work taken) may register only during the open (unassigned) and late registration periods.
How to Register
The registration process is easy, and there are several ways you can do it. Check each type for full details and step-by-step instructions.