Summer 2023 Enrollment Appointments
*Be aware that these ranges do not reflect hours for the current semester (Spring 2023).
**New Graduates are students admitted for the first time into a new graduate program.
† All students who are eligible for priority registration are assigned the first appointment window of each registration cycle for a future term. The following groups are automatically assigned priority registration: veterans and dependents using benefits, honors, degree in three, and students with disabilities.
Note: Panama City Campus students must convert all times listed to Central Time.
Sessions A, B, C, and F: Continuing and Readmitted Students
|Level||Hours Completed*||Registration Opens||Registration Ends|
|Graduate Students, Veteran Students (**New Graduates see below) †||Monday, March 6, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Senior||110 & up||Monday, March 6, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Senior||90–109||Wednesday, March 8, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Junior||60–89||Monday, March 20, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Sophomore||30–59||Monday, March 27, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Freshman||00–29||Monday, April 3, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Open Registration||Tuesday, April 4, 2023—12:01 a.m.||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Early Registration Ends||Friday, May 12, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
Sessions A, C, and F Only
|All New Graduates**||Wednesday, May 10, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Thursday, May 18, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Transient/ Non-Degree Seeking Students (All)||Friday, May 12, 2023—8:00 a.m.||Thursday, May 18, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Drop/Add (Includes College of Law)||Saturday, May 13, 2023—12:01 a.m.||Thursday, May 18, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Late Registration ($100.00 late registration fee.)||Monday, May 15, 2023—12:01 a.m.||Thursday, May 18, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
Summer Session B Only
|Registration All New Graduates** and Continuing Students||Thursday, June 22, 2023—12:01 a.m.||Thursday, June 29, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Transient/Non-Degree Seeking Students (All)||Friday, June 23, 2023—11:15 a.m.||Thursday, June 29, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Drop/Add for Session B only||Saturday, June 24, 2023—12:01 a.m.||Thursday, June 29, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
|Late Registration ($100.00 late registration fee.)||Monday, June 26, 2023—12:01 a.m.||Thursday, June 29, 2023—11:59 p.m.|
International Program (IP) Sessions
International Programs offers an array of courses around the world. Unique Summer sessions are used to designate courses offered through the International Programs Office. Students interested in Study Abroad should contact the International Programs Office. In some cases, these courses are offered in affiliation with international institutions and are subject to unique calendar dates. Unique “IP” sessions have been created so courses align with the institution and program dates. Key dates such as registration, first week of classes, drop/add, seventh week deadlines, etc., will be prorated according to the length of the session. These dates are different than International Program start and end dates. Students participating in the International Programs should check with that office about specific dates, registration appointments and fees, deadlines, or restrictions that might apply. Students must be admitted to an International Program in order to register for IP classes.
Veterans Priority Registration
Active-military students, student veterans, and military/veteran dependents using federal benefits are eligible for priority registration, which allows these students to register for future-semester courses during the first selection window of each course-registration cycle. However, each of these students must first be coded as receiving federal benefits before they are eligible for priority registration and should contact the Student Veterans Center at (850) 644-9562 or email@example.com to make sure they are properly coded. After registering for their courses, each of these students must submit the university’s online Request for Benefits form in order to have their benefit-certification documents submitted within the required timeframe.
When a student completes 90-credit hours or is two terms away from their planned graduation date, they must complete both a University graduation check (with the Office of the University Registrar) and a departmental graduation check (with the appropriate college). The Office of the University Registrar will place a hold on student accounts meeting either of these criteria. The hold is a prompt reminding the student to initiate the checks by following up with both the Registrar’s Office and the appropriate college.
Registration Responsibility: Students Accept Both Fee and Grade Liability by Registering
To cancel registration, a student must drop all of his or her classes via https://my.fsu.edu before the first day of classes or must send an e-mail from his or her official myFSU account to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than the fourth day of classes. Panama City students should e-mail email@example.com.
Students should be dropped from classes for non-attendance of the first class meeting. However, students are responsible for verifying that their schedule is correct by 11:59 p.m. on the fourth day of classes.
Students are fee liable for all courses on their schedule after the fourth day. The University may cancel registration for non-payment of fees.
Undergraduate Studies students and first-time transfer students must see their academic advisors for assistance with their course selection prior to registration. New students may be required to register for preparatory mathematics and/or English composition courses to complete registration.
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites and co-requisites for each course in which they are enrolled. Students who do not meet course prerequisites or co-requisites may be dropped by the academic department. If a student makes changes to his/her schedule without the advisement of an academic advisor, those classes remain the student’s responsibility.
Students may attend and receive credit only for those courses in which they are properly registered. Likewise, students will be held responsible for every course for which they register unless they officially drop the course or cancel registration. Those students who register during late registration (normally the first four days of classes) will be assessed a $100.00 late-registration fee.
For account status and fee payments visit http://www.fees.fsu.edu.
For admission or readmission dates please refer to the “University Calendar” chapter in the General Bulletin.
Law School/Medical School Dates
For College of Law dates, please contact the College of Law at (850) 644-3400 or visit http://www.law.fsu.edu.
For College of Medicine dates, please contact the College of Medicine at (850) 644-1855 or visit http://www.med.fsu.edu.