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Registration Information

Class Schedules

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Common Registration Errors

If error messages are encountered during online registration, you should email the Registration Form to registrar@uvi.edu  so that the course(s) are added to your schedules. Click on Common Registration Error

It is not too early to start setting up appointments with academic advisors.  Information on academic advisor assignments will be available from the Registrar's Office or from the dean's office in your College/School from September.  

To register online:

  1. See Advisor for approval of course selections.  

  2. Obtain (PIN) number from Advisor.

  3. Log on to http://mycampus.uvi.edu

  4. In the launch pad on the left, click on Banweb to register.

Print your class schedule, by selecting Student Schedule by Day and Time or Student Detail Schedule. For further information, click Instructions for BanWeb Registration

Interpretation of Class Schedule Codes

Code Description
A, B: In Person/On Campus Only, with time and place designated. These are designated with sections A, B, etc.  Open to all students
HY- Z: Choice of attending in person on campus or by zoom or teams. There are designated meeting times.  Open to all students
Z: Zoom/Teams - No on Campus Option. They are designated meeting times. Open to all students
HY- C: Some in person and some not in person. However, there are times when students will have to be in person on campus. Open to all students
ONL: means asynchronous with no designated meetings times. Open to all students

 

Defintion of Class Schedule Codes

Code Description
C (Campus) means in person with time and place designated.
HY-Z (Hybrid and Zoom)                         means you can attend in person on campus or by zoom or teams. There are designated meeting times.
Z (Zoom) means by Zoom/Teams. No on campus option. There are designated meeting times.
HY-C (Hybrid and Campus) means some in person and some not in person. However, there are times when students will have to be in person on campus.
ONL (Online) means asynchronous no on campus option. There are no designated meeting times.
V (Videoconference) means in person with time and place designated.
ADL (Asynchronous Learning) means asynchronous no on campus option. There are no designated meeting times.
I (Independent Study) To be determined with the individual faculty/instructor.
T (Teams) means in person with time and place designated.

Fall 2022

Events Start Date  End Date
Banweb Registration March 21 August 10
New Student Registration August 8 August 12
Late Registration August 13 August 14
Add/Drop Period August 15 August 19
Classes Begin August 15 November 22
Start of Withdrawal (WD) August 23 October 14
Start of Administrative Withdrawal (AW) October 15 November 22
Final Exams November 28 December 3

Spring 2022

Events Start Date  End Date 
Banweb Registration March 21 August 15
New Student Registration January 3 January 5
Late Registration January 7 January 7
Add/Drop Period January 10 January 14
Classes Begin January 10 May 7
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR January 17  UNIVERSITY CLOSED
Start of Withdrawal (WD) January 18 March 9
Start of Administrative Withdrawal (AW) March 10 May 7
EASTER RECESS  April 15

UNIVERSITY CLOSED

Final Exams

May 2 

May 7

Summer I - 2022

Events Start Date  End Date
Banweb Registration March 21 May 11
Classes Begin May 16  June 20
Add/Drop Period May 17 May 18
Start of Withdrawal (WD) May 19 May 20
MEMORIAL DAY May 30 UNIVERSITY CLOSED
Start of Administrative Withdrawal (AW) May 21 June 20
Last Day of Classes June 20  
Final Exams June 22  

Summer II - 2022

Events Start Date  End Date
Classes Begin June 23 July 29
Add/Drop Period June 23 June 24
Emancipation Day Recess July 3 UNIVERSITY CLOSED
Independence Day Recess July 4 UNIVERSITY CLOSED
Start of Withdrawal (WD) June 27 June 28
Start of Administrative Withdrawal (AW) June 29 July 29
Last Day of Classes July 29  
Final Grade Submission August 1  

Institutional Refund Policy

  • 90% August 15-29
  • 70% August  22-26
  • 50 % August 29 - September 2
  • 25% September 5-9
  • 90% January 11 - 15
  • 70%  January 18 - 22
  • 50 % January 25 - 29
  • 25%  February 1- 5
  • 90%  May 17-18
  • 50%  May 19-20
  • 25%  May 21-24
  • 90% June 24-25
  • 50% June 28-29
  • 25%  June 30-July 1

 

In order to receive a refund of tuition students must complete the University's withdrawal form and officially withdraw from all classes during the first four weeks of the semester. (see Undergraduate Catalog  2018-2020, page 39).  Thereafter, no refund is available. Fees are non-refundable.

Registration Requirement(s)

All prerequisites listed in the catalog must be met by ALL students prior to registration. Prerequisites refer to courses, examinations, or other conditions students must meet and receive passing grades before registering for any of the follow-up courses. Students should familiarize themselves with course prerequisites which are listed in the course description section of the catalog.

Prospective graduate students must submit an application to the Admissions Office by the advertised deadline to register for up to 9 credits.  They must be admitted to continue in the program.  Students holding a Masters Degree from another institution may enroll for 15 credits. 

Non-Matriculated Graduate Students wishing to register full-time in the graduate program (9 or more credits) must seek permission from the Dean, prior to registration.

The University of the Virgin Islands makes no distinction between a degree earned through day or evening study. Accordingly, the degree candidate enrolling should become familiar with the degree requirements, academic standards and procedures stated in the University catalog. Any registration for more than 16.5 credits is considered an overload and must be approved by the faculty advisor and the Dean.

Courses with less than 10 students are subject to cancellation by the University. It may also be necessary for UVI to revise the schedule because of additions, deletions or corrections. Changes will be posted on the class schedule.

ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS for Graduation:  (see Undergraduate Catalog  2018-2020, page 66-67).

Undergraduate students who matriculated in Fall 1994 or later are required to pass the Computer Literacy Exam before accumulating 24 credit hours at UVI. New students are advised to register for and take the exam during the first two semesters at UVI. 

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Undergraduate students who matriculated in Fall 1994 or later are required to pass the Computer Literacy Exam before accumulating 24 credit hours at UVI. New students are advised to register for and take the exam during the first two semesters at UVI. 

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All returning students: Tuition and fees must be paid before the classes start. Payment can be made in person, by mail, credit card in Banner or online with UVI's deferred tuition payment plan. You may call in your credit card information to the Business Office at (340) 692-4160.  Learn more.

All Financial Aid/Scholarship Recipients may begin to authorize payment from July 15, 2019 through TBA

Any courses not paid by 3:30 p.m. on (TBA) will be canceled. Students whose classes are canceled for non-payment will be able to register only during late registration. An additional $75 will be charged.

Weekday Abbreviations

  • M - Monday
  • T - Tuesday
  • W - Wednesday
  • R - Thursday
  • F - Friday
  • S - Saturday
  • U - Sunday

Communicating With Students

Each UVI student is assigned an official e-mail address, your firstname.lastname@students.uvi.edu to which official communications from the Registrar's Office are sent. Students should check their UVI e-mail account regularly to receive official communications.

For more information, Contact:

Offices Number
Registrar's Office STX: (340) 692-4103
STT: (340) 693-1160
Financial Aid Office STX: (340) 692-4193
STT: (340) 693-1090
Admissions Office STX: (340) 692-4158
STT: (340) 693-1160
Cashier's Office  STX: (340) 692-4160
STT: (340) 693-1437
Bookstore STX: (340) 692-4162
STT: (340) 693-1561