Schedule of Classes
Use our class schedules tool to see what classes are being offered.
Final Exam Schedule
Current degree-seeking students can use the Schedule Planner tool to build a schedule for next semester.
Watch this instructional video to learn how to use the tool.
Students have access to registration at 7 a.m. on their first day of registration (see below). Your registration start date is determined by your classification and number of earned hours. Registration will be open for students through the end of the Add/Drop period. Courses you are currently taking do not count as earned hours. Check GradPlan to see your earned hours.
Spring 2021 Registration Dates
|November 2||Undergraduates with 105 or more earned hours|
Post-Bac Teacher Licensure
Post-Bac 2nd degree
|November 3||Undergraduates with 90-104 earned hours|
|November 4||Undergraduates with 75-89 earned hours|
|November 5||Undergraduates with 60-74 earned hours|
|November 6||Undergraduates with 45-59 earned hours|
|November 9||Undergraduates with 30-44 earned hours|
|November 10||Undergraduates with 15-29 earned hours|
|November 11||Undergraduates with 0-14 earned hours|
|November 16||Newly admitted Transfer and Post-Bac students (After submitting deposit and completing the online pre-registration form)|
|November 16||First-year students will complete their course schedules alongside an academic advisor during their virtual EmBark Orientation session|
Note: Start time is 8 a.m.
|Non-degree students, including Senior Auditors, Visiting students, Dual-Enrolled High School students, Lateral Entry students.|
- Degree-seeking students must make an appointment with their advisor to obtain a RAN (Registration Access Number).
- Non-degree seeking students will be assigned a RAN of 202110.
- Students should check their OnePort account for holds before their scheduled registration time. Students with Registration Holds will not be allowed to register until the holds are cleared with the appropriate office.
- Continuing degree-seeking students are expected to register as early as possible in the registration period. Current students that wait to register may have more limited course options.
Important Note for Returning Students
Any UNC Asheville student who interrupts their educational program must apply for readmission. Students who were not enrolled at UNC Asheville for the Fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19 are eligible to have their application fee waived. To have the fee waived, please be sure to choose the payment option of “Check.” If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at email@example.com.
Apply for readmission here (see the Returning Students section).