Today, students at Troy University’s main campus will begin to register for classes for the fall of 2013.
After meeting with their advisers and having their schedules approved, students at Troy University will be able to lock in their desired classes for the fall starting on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013.
For Wednesday, each classification of student will have a two hour window to register—either directly through their adviser or online using the Trojan Web Express network. For seniors, those with 90 credit hours or more, they will be able to register between 8am and Noon. After that, juniors will be able to apply for their classes between Noon and 4pm. A student is considered a junior if they have 60 to 89 credit hours.
A recent change at Troy University has freshmen and sophomores doing their early registration on a second day. Sophomores, with 30 to 59 hours, can register on Thursday the 18th between 8am and noon; followed by freshmen after that through 4pm. Freshmen have 29 hours or less.
All students can register on Friday the 19th if they have not already done so.
Students will need to ensure that all of their “holds” have been cleared before they can register. This includes adviser approval, outstanding fees, unpaid parking tickets and various other reasons. A student can find the reasons of these holds from their adviser or through Trojan Web Express.
We have provided a link to Troy's Fall 2013 class schedule below.
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