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All first year students can expect to receive registration information from the Office of the Registrar in their UArts email account in mid to late November/early December for the Spring 2017 semester.
First year students will register for a specific group of coursework with instructions below for each College or Division:
Please check your UArts email regularly to ensure that you receive all correspondence regarding Orientation and Registration.
Transfer students and graduate students will be contacted by the Office of the Registrar soon after a student submits their deposit to accept their offer of admission. An email will be sent to both the student and to the director of the student’s program providing an introduction and to initiate advising and registration for the spring.
Advising can take place over the phone, via email, through the student planning module, or in person during orientation in the spring. Once advised, the student can self-register via the student planning module. Transfer and graduate students will each attend special sessions as part of Orientation. The schedule will be sent to you separately by the Student Affairs office.
For security and privacy reasons, the Office of the Registrar can offer in depth support to student inquiries received from student UArts email accounts, only limited and general policy information can be shared with inquiries received from non-UArts email accounts. For this reason students are expected and encouraged to use their UArts email account for all UArts business. Students are responsible for regularly reading and responding to email sent by the University faculty, staff, and administration to the student's UArts email account.
The course catalogue is published each year by the end of August ahead of the arrival of new students on campus. The catalogue can be accessed at catalogue.uarts.edu.
Students are responsible for observing all regulations in the UArts Course Catalogue. The Catalogue includes information concerning the University administration and mission, academic policy, admission policy, course details, financial aid, program requirements, information technology policy, and tuition and fees. The Office of the Registrar staff can assist students in understanding and navigating the policies and procedures documented within the catalogue.
The Student Planning module within Self Service is the new hub for course offerings and registration. Self Service allows you to do the following:
MyUArts Record provides student access to:
This site provides students with information relating to services, documentation, and support provided by the Office of the Registrar. This includes the academic calendar, office hours, advising and registration resources including course offerings, forms, historical publications, transcript request procedures, readmission procedures.