Registering for classes at the University of Arizona is an easy task once you learn how to navigate UAccess. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to register for classes.
Before you begin registering for classes, make sure you have no holds on your account that will prevent you from enrolling, such as a past due balance hold or an advising hold.
Start by clicking on the “enroll” link.
Starting from the “add” tab, click “search” to begin searching for a class.
If you know what class you want to enroll in, you can use the dropdown menu of the class subject to search for the class.
Click the class section you wish to enroll in, proceed to the next step, and then the class will appear in your shopping cart. Once you are ready to enroll in all classes, click “finish.”
SEARCHING FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
If you want to enroll in a general education course but you’re unsure which course to enroll in, use the Course Attribute feature to select a course.
First, identify which general education requirements are required for your major. Let’s say, for example, that you have a Tier I Individuals and Societies general education course left to complete.
Use the Course Attribute drop down menu to select “General education,” and then proceed to select the general education category you wish to enroll in.
The results will reveal all general education courses that count as a Tier I Individuals and Societies.
You can also use this search criteria to search for honors sections, fully online courses, or even classes that meet at certain days and times.
Enrollment is processed when you receive a green checkmark next to the class.
If you receive a red X next to the class, read the description carefully to understand why you cannot enroll.
It could be because:
1- You do not meet a prerequisite of the course, or the UAccess system doesn’t see that you need the course prerequisite.
2- You have a hold on your account preventing you from enrolling.
3- It is not your enrollment appointment and you do not yet have access to enroll.
4- The course requires department consent, which means an advisor must help you enroll in the class.
If you need further assistance enrolling in classes, contact your academic advisor.