SOS often receives the same type of questions. You can review our SOS Answers if you want to find some short and easy solutions. Reach out to SOS to find more individualized information and assistance. Don’t see your question? Ask us!
Priority registration for Fall 2018 is right around the corner! You will be able to add courses to your shopping cart for Fall 2018 starting March 1st.
You can view your enrollment appointment (week long window for enrolling in Fall classes) by looking in the “Enrollment Dates” box on UAccess Student or by visiting the registrar’s website HERE.
Your enrollment appointment is based on your current class standing. Class standing is determined by the number of completed units, not units in progress. Your class standing may differ from what you think, so be sure to check.
Please note, students have a 16-unit registration limit during priority registration (exception: honors students 19-units).
(Thanks to Marisa Lester for the messaging!)
You can always create study groups in your classes, and D2L will even allow you to set up study groups for your class. However, ThinkTank offers Supplemental Instruction and drop-in tutoring for many classes. Why not get the info from folks who really know what they are talking about?
Thank you to Safe Cats & The Dean of Students Office for the Tips!
Yay for staying in Tucson! It looks like the weather will be great, and it is the Festival of Books!
- The first weekend of Spring Break is the 4th Ave Street Fair
- The second weekend of Spring Break is Festival of Books, right on campus!
Frequently Asked Questions
If you don't know who your academic advisor is, we can help put you in touch as well as have the Advising Resource Center reach out. The Advising Resource Center is a great place to find information, visit them at advising.arizona.edu
You can see your holds in UAccess Student on the right hand side of the page. If you are unsure who to contact or how to get the hold removed let us know and we can help.
Great! We can help. There are a number of resources for on-campus jobs, the best place to start is at Wildcat Joblink through Career Services. If you need specific advice or more information visit us or Career Services for assistance.
There are many options for getting help on campus. The fastest answer is ThinkTank. If you are really struggling with time management, your choice of major, or need other assistance options let us know.