Registration Appointment Assignments

How are registration appointments assigned?


Registration appointments are assigned based on credit earned as a matriculated student at U-M, credit earned at an accredited institution of higher education and accepted as transfer credit, and the student’s currently elected credit hours at U-M Ann Arbor. A student’s total of those credits are then used to place them into one of 27 “registration blocks” (please see below for the designated blocks). College credit earned through tests taken before matriculation, such as Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate exams, are not counted for registration priority.

Each “Registration block” is associated with a range of registration appointments, containing different dates and times a student can begin registering. Once a student is designated into a registration block, their exact registration appointment date and time are assigned randomly. The appointment times associated with the blocks are different depending on if the student is a Graduate student or Undergraduate student, however the block breakdowns are the same for both.

Appointments are randomly assigned for all students in registration block 1, then the system immediately begins to assign appointments for those in block 2, and continues until all currently enrolled students in a degree-seeking program have their date/time for registration.

Registration Block Eligible Credits + Elected Hours
Block 1 131+
Block 2 126-130
Block 3 121-125
Block 4 116-120
Block 5 111-115
Block 6 106-110
Block 7 101-105
Block 8 96-100
Block 9 91-95
Block 10 86-90
Block 11 81-85
Block 12 76-80
Block 13 71-75
Block 14 66-70
Block 15 61-65
Block 16 56-60
Block 17 51-55
Block 18 46-50
Block 19 41-45
Block 20 36-40
Block 21 31-35
Block 22 26-30
Block 23 21-25
Block 24 16-20
Block 25 11-15
Block 26 6-10
Block 27 0-5

 

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