Class Schedule Search
You can search for classes online though myUCF. First, you need to log in.
- Go to https://my.ucf.edu.
- Log in using your NID and password.
- In the left-hand menu, click on Student Self Service, then click Class Search/Browse Catalog in your Student Center.
- Select a Term, for example, “Spring 2008”.
- Type in Class Search Criteria if you know the Course Subject and Course Number OR select “browse course catalog” near the top and search for your course by Letter.
The above five steps are all that are required for finding a class; however, unless you want to see every class offered at the Main Campus during Spring 2008, you will need to narrow your search. There are several ways to do this. You can use one or all of the following suggestions.
Class Search Criteria
- Choose a Subject (Prefix) to see, for example, all the classes within the subject PUR-Public Relations.
- Choose a Course Number to see all the classes of certain level. For example, typing “3%” will show all the classes at the 3000-level.
- Other search options include: Course Career (Undergraduate or Graduate), Location (ex. Main Campus (Orlando), UCF at Cocoa, UCF at Daytona, etc.), and Special Course Groups (ex. GEP-Communications, Honors Classes, etc.).
- Check or uncheck the box next to Open Classes Only to show or remove closed classes from the list.
Additional Search Criteria
- Meeting Time (ex. Between 5:00 and 9:00)
- Day of Week
- Instructor Last Name or First Name
- Class Number (ex. 1136)
- Course Title Keyword (ex. Statistics)
- Course Component (ex. Discussion, lab, etc.)
- Session (ex. A-First Six Weeks)
- Mode of Instruction (ex. World Wide Web)
- Department (ex. Accounting)
Finding Your Course’s Instructional Modality:
Instructional mode refers to the way your course will be taught, whether this is entirely online through Webcourses@UCF or face-to-face in a classroom. To find out what instructional mode your course is, first find your course in the UCF Schedule of Classes (see above) and then click on the details of your course. You can access the details by clicking on the “Class” or “Section”. To find out what the different instructional modes mean, see: Types of Courses at UCF.
Within the details, look for “Instruction Mode”
Before You Register
Before you register, there are a few things you need to do to make the process go smoothly.
- Check the Academic Calendar for all the important dates for Registration, Add/Drop, and Late Registration. The Academic Calendar can be found on the UCF website at www.ucf.edu, on myUCF in Helpful Resources. During Registration and Add/Drop, you can only register after your appointment time. If you register for your first course that term during Late Registration and/or Add/Drop, you will be charged $100 Late Registration Fee.
- Get your Degree Audit. If you are not sure how, go to the Degree Audit page on this website.
- See your advisor. If you are not sure who your advisor is, contact the department of your major or see the COS Advising Contacts section of this website.
- Know your NID and Password.
- Check for Registration Holds. To view possible Holds, log in to myUCF, select Student Self Service, check the Holds section in your Student Center.
- Check your Enrollment Appointment Time. To view your Enrollment Appointment, log in to myUCF, select Student Self Service, and see your Enrollment Appointment in your Student Center.
Registering for Classes Online
- Go to https://my.ucf.edu.
- Log into myUCF using your PID and password.
- On the left hand menu, click on Student Self Service..
- Select Enroll from your Student Center
- Select Term for which you want to register.
- Enter Class Number if you know the Class Number OR select Search to Find Classes.
- Click Select Class when desired class is found and is open (green circle).
- Verify course information. If you have a Permission Number for the course, enter it on this page. Also, if this course has a Related Component (non-credit Lab or Discussion), you will be prompted to select the Component. Then, select Next.
- Click Proceed To Step 2 Of 3.
- Click Finish Enrolling.
- The next screen will show you a status message for each class enrollment that indicated either successful registration (green check mark) or an error (red X). If an error occurred, you will be directed to view the “error log” see the reason so you can see what kept the registration from being completed successfully (see below).
- View and verify your Class Schedule. Select My Class Schedule tab to display the List View option or the Weekly Calendar View option.
- After you are finished, your should print out your Fee Invoice.
Error When Registering, But You Would Still Like To Pursue Enrollment (Override) Into A Course:
Error Examples and how to follow up:
- Requisite Not Met For A Class: If you believe you have met the prerequisite, submit proof of the requisite (ex. transcript or previous course schedule) online. If you do have the prerequisite you can also request an override online at the bottom of the “registration and overrides” page on our website www.sciences.ucf.edu/cosas.
- Class is Full: Pursue the override with the department that offers the course
- Class Limit Exceeded: You are only permitted to register yourself for 17 credit hours (Spring & Fall terms) and 14 credit hours (Summer term), if you need to go over the credit limit, you must contact the department of your major
- Instructor’s Consent Required: You must contact the instructor or the department that offers the course to pursue the override
Also see the Overrides section below for more information.
Obtaining Your Fee Invoice
- Go to https://my.ucf.edu.
- Log into myUCF using your NID and password.
- On the left-hand menu, click on Student Self Service.
- Select Fee Invoice from the Finances section of your Student Center.
- Click on your desired Term.
- Your Fee Invoice will appear, which you can then print out and save for your records.
Write this down! Once you have narrowed your search using some or all of the above suggestions, click on Search. The next screen will show the results. A class is open if there is a green circle; a class is closed if there is a blue square. If it is a class you think you would like to take, write down or print out the following:
|Prefix and Number||ENG and 3010|
This information is not only important for registering, but for getting overrides and other uses.