The Office of the Registrar has announced the schedule by which current students may register for 2019 summer, fall and winter intersession classes at Arkansas Tech University.
Early registration is for currently enrolled students based on the number of credit hours earned prior to the start of the current semester. Students must consult with their advisor before registering in classes. Appointment schedules are posted near advisors’ offices.
Distance learners and night students should contact their advisors to discuss the process for registration.
Students currently enrolled for the spring 2019 semester may register according to the following schedule:
- Monday, March 25: All graduate students and undergraduate students with 90 or more earned hours
- Thursday, March 28: 55-to-89 earned hours
- Monday, April 1: 26-to-54 earned hours
- Wednesday, April 10: 17-to-25 earned hours
- Wednesday, April 17: 16 or fewer hours
Registration instructions, registration and academic calendars as well as other helpful information such as graduation information and the end of course exam schedule are available at http://www.atu.edu/registrar/.
A.C.A 6-60-105 (formerly Act 852) requires each four-year, state-supported institution of higher education and each two-year, state-supported institution of higher education to provide each student with electronic access to the following information annually before the student registers for classes:
- The top 25 percent of certificates and degrees reported by the institution in terms of the highest full-time job placement and highest average annual earnings in the year after certificate or degree completion; and
- The bottom 10 percent of certificates and degrees reported by the institution in terms of the lowest full-time job placement and lowest average annual earnings in the year after certificate or degree completion.
This report does not include ATU graduates who are employed by the federal government or military, who are self-employed or who are employed outside of the State of Arkansas. As such, this report should not be used to calculate or assume unemployment rates.