Registration Schedule

Registering for classes happens according to a schedule of registration dates called Enrollment Appointments — the earliest date and time you are able to officially self-enroll in classes. This date is determined by your academic program, earned credits, and any additional priority groups. Your Enrollment Appointment will be posted in your UAccess Student Center the week before registration begins.  

The registration dates below are for continuing students - information for new students on their first enrollment.

Schedule of Classes & Shopping Cart

The Summer and Fall 2024 Schedule of Classes is available March 1, 2024. 
All eligible students will have access to their Shopping Cart on March 1, 2024. 


Summer 2024 Registration

All eligible students may enroll in summer session courses on Monday, April 1, 2024, at 12:00 a.m. 


Fall 2024 Registration Schedule

Enrollment Appointment Date
Graduate & Professional
Monday, April 1, 2024 Honors Seniors and Juniors, Athletes,
Military Affiliated, ROTC, Fostering Success
Athletes, Military Affiliated, ROTC,
Fostering Success
Thursday, April 4, 2024 Seniors, Honors First-Years and Sophomores, Accelerated Pathway to Medical Education (APME), Post Baccalaureate Education Certificate Graduate, Pharmacy, Law JD 3rd Year, Law JD 2nd Year
Monday, April 8, 2024 Juniors, National Student Exchange Law JD 1st Year
Thursday, April 11, 2024 Sophomores Law Doctoral, Law Masters
Monday, April 15, 2024 First-Years Law Non-Degree Seeking
Thursday, April 18, 2024 Non-Degree Seeking  

Enrollment appointments open at 6 a.m. Arizona time. 

What is Your Undergraduate Class Standing?

Undergraduate Class standing/Classification is based on the units that have been earned:

  • 0- 29 units for First-Year standing
  • 30-59 units for Sophomore standing
  • 60-89 units for Junior standing
  • 90+ units for Senior standing

A student's class standing does not necessarily correspond to the number of semesters or units required to complete all degree requirements, as some degree programs require more than 120 units. See the Academic Catalog for the minimum number of units needed for each undergraduate degree program. 

 View Undergraduate Class Standing