Read more about online delivery methods and learn the difference between a synchronous online class (requires students to meet at the same time online) and an asynchronous (students can go online when it is convenient for them) online class.
Be sure to review all available course sections when registering. Some course sections may appear lower in search results. View the Searching for Sections in Self-Service webpage.
Noncredit (Continuing Education) Courses
View noncredit registration procedures. Some programs have prerequisites with specific registration requirements or use unique registration forms. It is advised that students review the program web page they are interested in prior to registration.
Spring Semester 2023 Credit Courses
Term Start and Enrollment Dates
Students are encouraged to complete all required admissions forms, attend a ConnectSession, and submit transcripts and financial aid documents by the enrollment due date; admissions and financial aid processes may take significant time to complete, so start early!
- Full Semester and Mini-Session A courses begin Monday, January 9
- Mini-Session B courses begin Monday, March 13
All students must be cleared by their academic advisor prior to registration. It is strongly recommended that you see your advisor early, during October.
Are you a new student? You will learn about the advising process during your ConnectSession, Durham Tech’s student orientation. After you submit your enrollment application and activate your accounts, you should complete a ConnectSession.
Completing the enrollment process early will help you avoid the long wait for a response from the advisor and will give you access to a wider selection of course options. See the Academic Advising webpage for more information about how to connect with your advisor.
Are you a continuing student? Are you admitted to a program? If the answer is “yes” to both questions, you likely have an assigned advisor. Check your profile in Self-Service for your advisor’s contact information. It is your responsibility to contact your advisor for registration. Contact your advisor as soon as possible; if they do not respond within three (3) business days, you may forward the email message you sent to your advisor with a message requesting assistance to email@example.com, and you will be connected to an advisor who will help you.
Career and College Promise (CCP) Students: See deadlines listed on the CCP web page.
During general registration, all advised students can add courses to their schedule.
Ensure you are able to log into Self-Service prior to the start of the registration period. If you are unable to access Self-Service send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not able to register for a course, send an email to email@example.com for further assistance.
|Open registration for all advised students||Mini-Session B||Monday, November 7 – Sunday, March 12|
|Waitlist function available||Mini-Session B||Monday, October 31 – Thursday, March 9|
Registration is available through Self-Service except Fridays from 6 a.m. – 8 a.m. for weekly maintenance. Self-Service will remain available for schedule adjustments until Sunday, January 8 for Full Semester/Mini-Session A course(s), and until Sunday, March 12 for Mini-Session B courses
Late Enrollment and Advising
Mini-Session B final dates:
- Submit an enrollment application and residency determination, by 5 p.m. — Tuesday, March 7
- Sign up and complete placement testing (if applicable) by 12 p.m. — Tuesday, March 7
- Complete a ConnectSession — Tuesday, March 7
Tuesday, March 7 is late advising, the last opportunity to meet with an advisor for for Mini-Session B Spring semester enrollment. Registration is not permitted if you have not completed an enrollment application, residency determination, placement determination, and advising by the deadline. Please note that by late advising time, longer response times are expected and course availability is limited. You are encouraged to complete enrollment steps early.
During the schedule adjustment period, students who have completed the enrollment process by the deadline may adjust their schedules to add courses. For any courses added during the schedule adjustment period, payment is due at the time of registration. Payment not received the same day will result in deregistration of courses. Once the schedule adjustment period has ended, no students may be added to courses already in progress. Students requesting an exception to the schedule adjustment procedures must make a request to the academic dean over the program area responsible for the course.
- Mini-Session A adjustment period January 9 – 11, payment due daily by 11:59 p.m.
- Full Semester adjustment period January 9 – 13, payment due daily by 11:59 p.m.
- Mini-Session B adjustment period March 13 – 15, payment due daily by 11:59 p.m.