Up Online Registration 2023
Up online registration 2023 is a simple process that can be done at any time. Parents can complete registration by visiting their students’ zoned school or using the Infinite Campus parent portal.
All registration fees covering a paper are non-refundable and non-transferable. Please ensure that you link your accepted paper to your registration.
How to register
Students can register for classes through the ASSIST website. This website also provides other services for UTRGV students, such as financial aid, payment, and transcripts. To access the ASSIST website, you will need your student username and password.
Registration for new and returning postgraduate researchers is open one month before the start date of their course or anniversary of their starting date. The table below shows the dates when registration opens and when it closes for each academic year. Students who do not register by the end of the month following their starting date will be withdrawn from the programme.
All currently enrolled matriculated students may register online using their alternate pin. Advance registration is conducted according to class year and alphabet (Seniors register first, then juniors, sophomores, and finally freshmen). For more information, students should consult the Registrar – Student page in PilotsUP. Students can also contact their program counselor with questions, concerns, and changes to registration.
Online registration for students currently attending a school in the district opened on July 5. Families will need to use their Infinite Campus parent portal accounts to access the system. If a student does not have an account or has questions about how to register, they can visit the central registration office.
Registration fees are in euros (EUR) and do not include 22% Italian VAT. Payments can be made by credit card or bank transfer. A final invoice will be issued three weeks after registration is confirmed and paid in full. It will be based on the details provided in the online registration form (step Contact/Invoice details).
The registration fee does not include participant insurance against accidents, sickness, cancellation, loss or damage to private property. We recommend that participants arrange for adequate personal insurance coverage in advance of the conference. For further information, please see the Registration Instructions and Fee Table.
Students should be familiar with registration policies and procedures to avoid any financial consequences. The University has specific dates for add/drop, withdraw and refund periods. Refunds of registration fees are available only during these time frames and based on the percentage of units dropped. Refunds are not given to students who drop after Census Date. In addition, students receiving Federal financial aid must follow a different schedule for Title IV return of funds. See the Refund Policy page for details. Registration refunds will be processed to the original form of payment within 30 days after the end of the last scheduled refund period. Refunds are not granted to students who drop or withdraw from all courses after the refund period. A $10 processing fee will be charged.
Student portals are the key to a successful application process. They allow students to access information and complete their applications without the hassle of calling or emailing counselors. They can even make the entire process digital, allowing students to submit their applications at their convenience. This is a huge win for schools, as it helps reduce the cost of printing and mailing.
During registration, families are asked to provide or verify information on file and to upload necessary documents. The system will also ask for emergency contacts and health information. It is important that these details are accurate. Parents are encouraged to use the online registration process, which is more secure than paper forms.
The online UCDAccess student portal is the place for all registration-related activities. Each semester, students are assigned a priority registration appointment based on the number of credits completed. Once they have registered, they can then choose their classes using the five-digit Course Reference Number (CRN) for each course.