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Have you registered for summer classes? Summer is a great way to help balance your fall and spring workload so that you can continue on your path to graduation. Need some help? Check out the pro tips listed below for tips on registration, holds, financial aid and hands-on learning experiences.

It’s important to focus on your future and continue on the path to achieve your dreams. Classes for summer B start soon, so register today.

Pro Tips

To Prepare For Registration

Build Your Schedule

Plan your class schedule ahead by using mySchedule Builder. It helps you select the classes you want and need, and works around your schedule.

Check for Holds

Holds on your record — including parking tickets, missing paperwork and advising requirements — can affect your registration. Check your myUCF now to avoid any potential roadblocks.

Think 30 Credit Hours

Completing 30 credit hours each year can help you stay on track for a four-year graduation. You won’t just save time — you can save money and earn more during your career, too.

Plan Your Path

What’s your plan? Pegasus Path guides you every step of the way — from orientation through graduation. Plus, it recommends learning experiences like internships and student organizations.

Meet Your Academic Advisor

Not sure which classes you should take in summer and fall? Contact your advisor or the advising office to schedule an appointment.

Review Financial Aid

Follow your to-do list on myUCF. Regularly reviewing the status of your admissions and financial aid files can help you steer clear of any delays or setbacks.

Connect With Academic Support

From supplemental instruction to group and peer tutoring, there are a variety of academic support services that can help you succeed in current classes while focusing on future goals.

Prioritize Your Mental Health

If you’re experiencing stress, anxiety or depression, please know that you don’t have to go through it alone. CAPS and Student Care Services are here to help.

Stay Active

Stay active and reduce stress with programs from the Recreation and Wellness Center, including including fitness classes and more.