Pre-Registration | Registration Changes | Registration for Professional School Courses | Restrictions


At the end of each quarter, students in residence pre-register for the following quarter. Prior to Autumn Quarter, each student must confirm that he or she will be a registered student in Autumn Quarter. To confirm, please click here.

Registration Changes

Course registration may be changed during the first three weeks of each quarter. A change of registration is any course "drop," any course "add," or any substitution of one course for another. No changes in registration are permitted after Friday of third week without a petition to a dean in the Office of the Dean of Students. For details, visit

Registration for Professional School Courses

If certain requirements are met, advanced undergraduates may register for up to six courses in professional schools at the University of Chicago. These include the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the Law School, the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice, the Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, and the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago. With the exception of Chicago Booth courses, interested students must petition the Office of the Dean of Students in the College for approval to register for a professional school course. Students interested in professional school courses should follow the guidelines for registration at First-year students may not register for professional school courses. For more information about requirements and registration procedures, students should consult their College advisers.

NOTE: Professional school courses generally do not substitute for courses in the major; and no more than six can count toward the forty-two courses (4200 units) required in an undergraduate degree program. Undergraduate-only (20000-level) courses taught at professional schools do not count toward this limit.


The privilege of registration (as well as the use of University services and facilities) will be denied students who have been placed on restriction. Restriction may result from a student's failure to fulfill financial obligations to the University or to comply with University rules and regulations. Whenever possible, students are warned of an impending restriction and are notified when one has been imposed. Students must clear the restriction with the administrative or academic office which imposed it before they can register for subsequent quarters. For more information, visit Restrictions are also listed in the student's account on