Early Registration for Spring Semester 2004 courses at Texas A&M International University continues through Nov. 21 in the Office of the Registrar, located in the Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library, room 168.
Barbara Lunce, University Registrar, encouraged students who prefer not to wait in long lines to take advantage of Early Registration.
"Students need to start their early registration process by first seeing their faculty advisor," she said, "New transfer students should register early by appointment with advisors in the Office of the registrar. All students, including first-time freshmen and transfer students are encouraged to attend Orientation Jan. 14.
Students who need to check their holds may do so online through https://lasso.tamiu.edu/ahomepg.htm
Students who are applying for TAMIU admission for the first time could submit their application by visiting the website: applytexas.org
Applications can also be downloaded from the TAMIU website: www.tamiu.edu/affairs/admissions
Freshmen who need more information should contact the University's Office of Admissions, 326-2201.
Students transferring from Laredo Community College may apply or request information at the TAMIU Outreach Office, located in LCC's University Hall, room 211 or by calling 796-1975.
No registration fees are due until January and new exemptions allow visa holders and undocumented aliens to be charged in-State tuition under House Bill 1403, which provides them an opportunity to attend a university and pay in-state tuition.
Students may obtain copies of Spring course schedules at the University or by calling the Office of Admissions at 326-2201. Spring course schedules are also available online at the University's Home Page, www.tamiu.edu
For more information on TAMIU Early Registration, please contact the University's Office of the Registrar at 326-2250. Office hours are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday and 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.