UAccess Training & Information

Information for Advisors

(Students may not submit these forms)

To submit corrections to a student's academic career or program, or to submit additions or discontinuations of second degrees, visit the Program and Plan Change Requests page

Submit a Request for Exception to UA Course Repeat Policy

To submit a Campus Change form for a student changing to/from UA Online, please log in.  **Please note: this form may be submitted by Directors of Advising only.** 

View the PDF tutorial for increasing a student's max term units.

Information for Departmental Staff

UAccess Student is the new system of record for enrollment and course scheduling. . 

To request access to enroll students in classes (add/drop), go to the UAccess Home page and see choices under "Request Access". 

Requirement Groups

Using requirement groups allows you to specify which majors and minors can register for a specific course.  (This process replaces Webreg Permissions.)

View the basic tutorial

Monitoring Grade Posting

You can use UAccess Analytics to monitor whether final grades have been posted. 

View the basic tutorial

Wait Lists

View information on creating and maintaining wait lists. 

View the tutorial

Contact Information Restrictions

How to tell if a student has a contact information restriction. 

View the tutorial

Information Release and Parental Affidavit Service Indicator

How to determine if the student has a release form on file. 

View the tutorial

Post Enrollment Requirement Checking (PERC)

PERC provides a way to manage conditional enrollments by allowing you to evaluate enrollments once grades are posted. You are then able to select the student(s) that should be dropped, which can be done from within the same component. In addition, an email is generated notifying the student of the action.

View the PERC training guide

Contact Minute Compliance

This guide is to assist those responsible for scheduling classes to monitor and ensure sections are meeting the minimum appropriate contact hours for University, ABOR, and HLC requirements.