Follow the steps below to search and submit registration requests for online cross-campus courses:
View Finish@UT Cross-Campus Course Schedule - (Public)
Log into the Finish@UT Cross-Campus Student Registration Portal using prior TIS credentials, or
Create a new Student account. *If you had an account in the prior system, TIS, you will log in using the same credentials to retain student enrollment history. Otherwise, create a new student account.
Campus Faculty, Staff, Advisors, Registrars, and Financial Aid Officers -
See Resources for Campus Administrators
Complete your profile information for the portal, which includes creating your username, password, and security questions. List your preferred email address in the portal to ensure you receive important status updates and enrollment notifications!
Search for courses by clicking on the view course schedule icon
Verify you meet the course prerequisites click on the course link to see the course description page.
Complete the online registration request form:
- Add the course to your cart by clicking on the shopping cart icon "Add to Cart".
- Click on the cart icon located on the top right corner of the page to view your cart.
Click Continue and follow the prompts to SUBMIT until you see the message: registration request successfully submitted.
- You will receive an automated email to the account listed in your portal profile when you have successfully submitted your registration request.
Once submitted, your request is routed to an advisor at your home campus to ensure the course satisfies degree requirements. The request is then sent to the home and host campus registrars for review.
You will receive an automated email once your request is approved/denied, typically within 5-7 business days of submitting the request. You can check the status of your registration requests or view enrollment history at any time by logging into the portal, and clicking on the in the top navigation.
View Student Support section of our website to learn more about payments, logging into your online course, accessing host campus resources, and more.