Registration and Other Helpful Instructions for Current Students
Log on to UConnect to access course schedules, register for courses, pay account balances, update personal information, obtain copies of transcripts and degree audits, plus more.
Semester Course Schedule information is available for viewing one week prior to the beginning of each semester’s registration period. Students should review the course schedule and come prepared with the possible courses they wish to enroll for prior to meeting with their respective academic counselor.
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all courses for which they are enrolling for are applicable to their respective degree plan. Confirm by reviewing the degree plan of the respective university catalog student started in or visit with the respective academic counselor. Students are encouraged to view their degree plans on UConnect’s “My Business” tab via the “DegreeWorks” channel.
Financial Aid may not pay for courses that are not applicable to the student’s degree plan or repetition of courses. It is the student’s responsibility to check with the Office of Financial Aid on this.
Registration and Other Holds should be cleared and/or waived with the respective office before meeting with the academic counselor and/or registering online. Log on to UConnect to view all holds placed on the student’s record.
Course Registration may be done online or with the respective academic counselor until the posted deadline in the academic calendar. Any drops after the first class day must be done through the Office of the University Registrar or through the student’s academic counselor.
Academic Advising is highly recommended for all students during their academic studies. Undergraduate students must contact the department staff assistant of their major to schedule an appointment with Ms. Maggie Blasco, Undergraduate Counselor.
ACC/ECO/FIN/MKT majors WHT 203 956.326.2481
BA/MGT/MIS majors PH 304 956.326.2486 Advising appointments are scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30am-11:00am and 1:00pm-4:00pm in WHT 204C.
Graduate students may meet with either Ms. Imelda Lopez (WHT 204B) or Ms. Leiza Nochebuena (WHT 204A) for academic advising during the following hours:
Appointments for graduate advising are not necessary, but suggested. Walk-ins accepted.
Tuition and Fees may be paid in-person by visiting TAMIU’s Business Office located in the Senator Judith Zaffirini Student Success Center (USC) 137. Cash, check, money orders, and all major credit cards are accepted. Students wishing to pay online may do so by logging on to UConnect.
Installment Payment Plan or Emergency Tuition Loans are available for eligible students. Contact TAMIU’s Business Office for more information.
TAMIU OneCard is the official student identification card used at TAMIU. This card is required of all students using TAMIU’s facilities. It is not only an ID card, but provides access to facilities around campus like the Kinesiology, Wellness, and Recreational Center, the library, dorms, and much more. For more information visit Campus Card Services.
Textbook Purchase information, classroom supplies, and more may be found at the TAMIU Bookstore.