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Degree-Seeking Students

These instructions apply to students who have been accepted as degree-seeking graduate students.

Continuing degree-seeking students will be assigned an appointment day and time. The registration day and appointment time are available through myUCF (

See Your Program Adviser Before Registering

Please consult your program adviser before registering. Many degree programs require registration in person.

Online Registration in myUCF

Complete online registration at myUCF, an online interactive system for student records. Students can register and update records (i.e., address and e-mail). Students may also view fee invoices, grade history, record holds, financial aid information and their unofficial SASS degree audit.

Class Schedule

The Class Schedule is a directory listing courses offered for the current semester. The information includes location, time, instructor and if the courses are opened or closed.

Auditing a Class

To audit a class, students must get an Audit Form from the Registrar's Office to submit to the department where the course is offered for approval. The Audit Form includes instructions for completing it. The Audit Form can be downloaded from the Registrar's Office website. 

Late Registration

If you register during late registration, you will be assessed a late registration fee. A late payment fee will also be assessed on accounts not paid or deferred by the Fee Payment Deadline. Be sure to check the official UCF Academic Calendar and the Tuition and Fees Schedule for the current academic year fees and deadlines. 

Financial Matters

All fees must be paid by the Fee Payment Deadline. Graduate assistantship and fellowship students must be enrolled full time by the end of Add/Drop. The College of Graduate Studies reviews all assistantship and fellowship students for full-time enrollment requirements after Add/Drop closes and before the Payment Deadline and sends notices via e-mail to students who are not in compliance with university full-time enrollment requirements. In addition, the College of Graduate Studies continues to review assistantship and fellowship students throughout the semester to ensure they remain in compliance with university requirements to receive their financial support. 

Students are responsible for completing any required assistantship hiring documents and fellowship award documents in order to assist the university in processing payments. They are also responsible for reviewing their university records (e.g., fee invoice, enrollment record, financial aid record) and reporting any discrepancies to their academic program office or the appropriate student services office. 

If tuition remission (e.g., department or project payment, tuition waiver) is not recorded on a student's Fee Invoice by the Payment Deadline, the student must pay all tuition and fees. If partial tuition remission is provided, the student must pay the remainder of the tuition owed by the Payment Deadline. Assistantship students who have questions about their tuition remission may e-mail and inquire about the status of their tuition remission. University fellowship students should contact

Be sure to check the official UCF Academic Calendar and the Tuition and Fees Schedule for the current academic year fees and deadlines.


The University of Central Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award degrees at the associate, baccalaureate, master’s, specialist, and doctoral levels. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of the University of Central Florida.

Please note the commission's expectation that contact occur only if there is evidence to support significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard. For other information about UCF’s SACSCOC accreditation, please contact the university's SACSCOC liaison in UCF's Office of Academic Affairs.

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