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Welcome to the Hub

TAMIU offers over 100 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs. View our Academic Catalog for a full list of degree programs.

 

Are you a first-time freshman, transfer or current undergraduate student wishing to enroll for Spring 2023?

Visit our Advising Area

Are you a graduate level student looking for registration information?


Visit Graduate Registration Hub

Registration Process

If you have already met with your advisor and are ready to register for courses, here is a quick guide to get you registered!

1Login into Uconnect

Visit Uconnect and sign-in using your username and password.

uconnect login screen

2Access Your Student Services

On the My Apps page, click My Records.

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3View your My Records page

On your homepage, you’ll have access to: Academic Records, DegreeWorks, Registration.

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4Check Your Holds

Select Academic Records located on the list.

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Certain holds prevent Registration. Review your Holds and Registration Notices. This is located on the top, right-hand side of your screen underneath your username.

 

To find out more about your specific hold and the proper resolution contact, visit our dedicated Holds page.

5Review Your DegreeWorks

Once you have cleared/waived your holds, you can review courses required in your degree plan.

Return to your My Records page, then click on Degreeworks.*

 

Courses that are pending to be completed will show as “Still Needed.”

*DegreeWorks helps evaluate your degree progress. It provides courses completed, in progress, and pending.

Completing your Core Curriculum prior to earning 60 semester credit hours is strongly advised. Look for the University Core Curriculum section on DegreeWorks to check your status.

6Look Up Classes on TAMIU SchEDUler

On Uconnect, select My Records, then click Registration to access TAMIU SchEDUler

Caution Icon College of Education majors are required to meet with their academic advisor to register for their courses as classes are strictly aligned with existing TEA requirements.

 

 

Is TAMIU SchEDUler displaying an error message? View our page on common online registration error messages.

7Register

From here, you’ll click Add Courses. Once the necessary courses have been added, click Generate Schedules to select the best schedule. Once your schedule is selected, click Send to Shopping Cart, then select Register.

TAMIU SchedulER

 

8Confirm Courses Align With Degree

Once you’ve registered, review your DegreeWorks to make sure all courses are counting towards your degree plan. If courses show up under the “Courses not Used” section, contact your Academic Advisor as soon as possible.


Post-Registration Process

Once you’ve registered here are some steps you can take in order to get ready for the semester.

Accessing your Classes on Blackboard

Course content, which can include syllabi, class notes, grades, course announcements, online discussions, and more is available through Blackboard. Please note that course content and information will not be available until the first class day (may vary by term). Blackboard can be accessed at elearning.tamiu.edu.

Viewing your Class Schedule on TAMIU Scheduler

Find the top maroon header and click on "Current Schedule". You will then be able to view your schedule with class details including start and end date(s), time, location, and assigned professor for each class you've enrolled in.