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Add/Drop and Late Registration 

Information about registering during the first week of classes or during Late Registration ($100 fee applies).

Attendance Policy 

Registered students not attending the first day of class may be dropped at instructor / department discretion.

Concurrent Enrollment 

Information about earning credits at another institution as a UNF degree-seeking student. Also, learn how this works with Financial Aid.

Email Access 

Registered students receive information from UNF via their student email account.

Enrollment Status 

View status categories by academic level and hours enrolled. You can access an official Enrollment Verification report after the Add/Drop period of each term from the Student Records section of your myWings Student Self-Service.

Final Exam Schedule 

View the final exam schedule based on when your class begins.

Registration Guide: New! UNF Registration and Course Planning Tool  

View tutorials on how to add, drop, or withdraw from classes and learn how registration time tickets are assessed.

Reinstatement Policy 

Were you dropped from your classes for non-payment? Find out how to reinstate.

Repeat Surcharge 

If you have registered for the same undergraduate course more than two times, including withdrawals, you will be assessed the repeat surcharge.

Transient Student Information 

Students who are already enrolled at another institution and wish to temporarily enroll at UNF to transfer credits back to their home institution are referred to as transient students.

Waitlist Information 

Learn about the online waitlist for courses.

Withdrawal Policy 

Learn how to withdraw from UNF classes as well as how withdrawal affects Financial Aid.

Withdrawal After the Deadline 

If an unusual circumstance prevented you from withdrawing prior to the deadline, you may be able to petition.

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