Below are several tips and resources that will help guide you through the registration process.
GUIDE TO REGISTERING FOR COURSES
After your first semester, you are able to self-register for your courses in UC-One once a registration period is open.
If you need assistance registering for courses please watch the below video:
When you are registering please make sure that you register for 7 credits if you’re on F1 Status. One main residency course, one online course either B1 (First bi term) or B2 (Second Bi term) and INTR599 (Masters Level) or INTR 799(PhD Level) or INTR 899 (Dissertation stage).
Please register at UC-ONE.
To find the RESIDENCY courses, utilize the advanced search function and filter by building. To find online courses, you will have to remove this filter and search by “Part of Term” for first bi-term and second bi-term. INTR courses will be in the full term, but will not have a building code. Additionally, all dissertation courses are in the full term and not offered in bi-term (8 week) format.
Note: The 3 credit hour residency courses (full-term courses) also have section numbers that are associated with their location. Those sections numbers are as follows:
NKY – 20 through 29
Seattle – 30 through 39
DC area – 40 through 49
Dallas – 50 through 59
Viewing Schedule Details in your Student Profile
After accessing your Student Profile in UC-ONE, please make sure that you are viewing the correct term/semester, then select “Student Schedule”
Once you choose “Student Schedule”, you will be able to view your course and schedule details. This page will show all courses that you are registered for, the dates of the courses, the location and weekend dates for the residency session, and much more.
COURSE STRUCTURE AT UC
There are three kinds of classes for executive-format students within a 16 week semester:
Full Term: 16 weeks long. Residency courses, Dissertation courses, and INTR courses are part of the FULL TERM.
First Bi-Term (B1): 100% online (first 8 weeks of the semester)
Second Bi-Term (B2): 100% online (second 8 weeks of the semester)
WANT TO SIGN UP FOR A PAYMENT PLAN?
You will want to set up a payment plan at the beginning of each semester. Payment plans are processed by the campus Office of Student Accounts. If you have questions regarding payment plans, tuition balance, or payments please contact email@example.com. You can also access your balance and make payments by logging into UC ONE Portal.
If you are wanting to set up a payment plan so that you can pay in installments, you will need to do that through the UC ONE Portal.
For a brief tutorial on setting up a payment plan, please view this video: Setting Up a Payment Plan
Do you have a tuition hold on your account?
Tuition holds are placed on student accounts by the Office of Student Accounts. If you have an outstanding tuition balance for the current semester then you will not be able to register for courses until your tuition balance has been paid in full or you are up to date on all payments in a payment plan. You can make a payment by logging onto your UC ONE Portal.
To view your balance and/or make a payment in UC One, you will need to do so through the UC ONE Portal.
For a brief overview of this process, please view the following tutorial video: How to Make a Payment and View Balance
DO YOU HAVE AN ADDRESS HOLD ON YOUR ACCOUNT?
This stop will prevent you from registering for courses in the future. To avoid any delays in future registration periods, you will need to update your address in Student Profile. Here are some brief instructions on how to complete this task:
If you wish to view your address in UC-ONE, please visit your Student Profile.
Once at the above link, please click the ellipsis at the top, left-hand corner of the page (4 boxes in the corner).
Then, you will simply select “Personal Information” > “View Addresses and Phones.”
Then, you will need to select “Update Addresses and Phones.”
On this page, you will need to click on “Current” beside the address or phone number that you want to edit. Before submitting the address changes, you must also enter the date in which you want the address change to be effective (valid) from. You do not have to enter an end date for the address. Click “Submit” to finalize the changes.