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Deadline Approaching (and All’s a Blur)

Deadline Approaching (and All’s a Blur)

Dear Students,Quarantine conditions helped bring the concept of Blursday into our lives. But somehow this fall, when your classes start, everything will happen on a schedule. This Friday, July 31, is the deadline for schedule adjustments. So if you haven't yet, please check in to see what your schedule looks like this fall. Here's how:

  1. Log in and see your scheduled courses. Because course schedules may have changed due to some classes moving online or to a hybrid model, log in to UT Direct to review what your course schedule looks like right now.
  2. Verify that your schedule matches your needs: If your courses overlap on a certain day or time, or if they are not in the mode you plan to take classes (such as 100% online), or if you have not registered at all, proceed to step 3.
  3. Let someone know by Friday what needs to change. Your advisor can help, and you can find resources at the Registering for Classes page on the Texas One Stop website.

If your course schedule still needs work after Friday, there will be add/drop options before classes begin and people to help you out. A lot will be different in the new academic year, but our commitment's still the same: to getting you the classes and support you need to succeed in Natural Sciences. Best,Dr. Vanden BoutJoke: One tectonic plate bumped into another and said, "Sorry, my fault."

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