Registrars Office
Welcome to Florida A&M University! If you are a returning student, welcome back!




 April 11 - August 23, 2020Regular Registration (Open Enrollment)
 April 13 - August 14, 2020FAMU/FSU Co-Op Student Application
 May 11 - August 14, 2020Non-Degree Seeking, Dual Enroll, FAMU and State Employees Application
  July 6 - August 7, 2020In-State Residency Re-Classification Period
  August 20, 2020Residence Halls open at 7:00 a.m. (Sampson, Young, Truth, Village)
  August 21, 2020Residence Halls open at 7:00 a.m. (Gibbs, Palmettos, FAMU Towers)
  August 24, 2020    -  Late Registration ($100 late fee will be assessed) 
    -  Add/Drop begins
   August 24, 20201st Class Meeting
   August 24 - August 28, 2020Registration for Non-Degree Seeking, FAMU and State Employees [No new applications]
   August 24, 2020    -  Intent to Graduate – Advisors place service indicators (ETA) in iRattler
    -  Students begin to apply for graduation online
   August 28, 2020

           -  Add/drop Ends
Last day to submit online Insurance waiver at FAMU Health Clinic

   September 4, 2020Last day to pay 100% of all fees without a late fee ($100) 
   September 7, 2020Holiday – Univeristy Closed in Observance of Labor Day
   September 11, 2020  Last Day to Appeal
Repeat Course Charge
Academic Appeals
    -  Excess Credit Hours


Please review your schedule of classes, some class place and time may have changed.   Contact your academic advisor or department representative if you have any question about your schedule.  See academic calendar for additional information.



Update on the Fall 2020 Course Registration Process

 Instruction for the Fall 2020 semester will be offered via a combination of remote and in-person delivery modes. As a result, a large number of courses originally scheduled for in-person instruction have been transitioned to the remote instruction format. These changes are now reflected in the list of course offerings shown in iRattler, with the exception of courses offered by the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering.


In-person: Classes require physical, in-class attendance.

Asynchronous Class: The course does not have mandatory class lectures.

Synchronous Class: The course has class lectures at defined times.

Online instruction: These are the University’s traditional online courses, which may be  asynchronous or synchronous.

Remote instruction: Classes are taught online in a primarily synchronous modality.

TBA: To be added; the physical location of a course with “TBA” will be added at a later date.

Room Location: The physical location on campus where the class will be offered.


Frequently Asked Questions

·       I currently have a Fall 2020 course schedule. How will the modifications impact my schedule?

You may anticipate a change in the instruction mode of your classes. Please login to iRattler to view your modified schedule.

·       I am not currently registered for any courses for the Fall. What should I do?

You may register for the Fall semester at any time; however, students are advised to register as early as possible.

·       What happens if all of my courses are offered in the remote format?

If you prefer all remote instruction classes, you do not need to do anything further. If you would like in-person classes, you may change your schedule to any available open sections (there are a limited number of in-person classes).

·       What happens if all of my courses are offered in the in-person format?

If you prefer all in-person classes, you do not need to do anything further. If you would like remote instruction classes, you may change your schedule to any available open sections of remote-instructed courses.

·       What happens if I have a combination of remote and in-person classes?

You may change your schedule to any available open sections of remote and/or in-person courses.

·       When will classes for the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering be updated?

                We expect the updated schedule to be final by Thursday, July 16, 2020.

·       What do the different codes mean?

Online - These are the University’s traditional online courses which are asynchronous (the course does not have mandatory class lectures) or synchronous (the course has optional and/or mandatory lectures at defined class times).

Remote Learning - These classes are taught in primarily synchronous modalities (with a defined class time). Class lectures may be presented on ZOOM or other available platforms. Other class components may require using the Canvas Learning Management System. For example, if PHY 2054 is listed as “remote learning” with a 9:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. TTH class time, the class will include a remote lecture two times per week at the indicated time, and students will be expected to attend the lectures.

Room Location or TBA - Classes with these designations will be taught in-person on campus this Fall. Students will be expected to attend in-person classes on campus in the assigned location and for the duration of the assigned time period.

Clinical - Classes with this designation will be taught using a combination of in-person and remote-instruction modalities. Students will be required to attend periodic in-person portions of the class during assigned time periods in assigned locations.

Dissertation, Thesis, Field Study, Independent Study, etc. - Please contact the corresponding department for more information regarding the in-person versus remote instruction requirements of these courses.

The University Registrar is the official custodian of academic records and the keeper of the university seal at Florida A&M University. The general functions of the university registrar are to assist in planning and executing academic policies and programs; provide for administration of policies and regulations pertaining to the academic status of students; provide for planning and executing orderly registration and graduation of students; develop the academic calendar, semester schedule of classes and final examination schedules; maintain and secure of student records; and provide counseling and certification to students and dependents of veterans receiving veteran benefits.

The specific responsibilities of the office are to collect and maintain academic information; conduct registration for regular degree-seeking and non-degree seeking students and continuing education students; process requests for veteran benefits; process the graduation of degree-seeking students; process change of grades and acceptance of transfer credits; prepare and distribute transcripts; maintain accurate academic, historical, biographical, and directory information; provide information and data for use and review by college deans, planning directors, vice presidents, the President, the Board of Governors, U.S. Department of Education, and other authorized personnel and agencies.

Contact Info

1700 Lee Hall Drive
105 Foote-Hilyer Administration Center
Tallahassee, FL. 32307

P: 850.599.3115
F: 850.561.2428