Q: When is my enrollment appointment for next quarter?
Checking the time of your enrollment appointment is one of your options on My.UCLA.edu.
Q: Why can’t I enroll in more than 10 units on my first pass?
Every student at UCLA has two enrollment passes. During your first pass (or priority pass/first pass combined for those who have priority enrollment), you may enroll in up to 10 units. Once second pass begins, you can enroll in up to 19 units.
Q: What does a hold on my record mean? What should I do if I have one?
A hold on your records mean you cannot access certain services at UCLA. This can affect registration, enrollment, financial aid, campus services, and/or release of academic transcripts for the following three reasons:
- Failure to comply with admission provisions
- Failure to settle financial obligations with the University
- Failure to respond to official notices
Each student who becomes subject to a hold action is given advance notice and ample time to respond. In most cases, the hold must be released by the initiating office (that is, the office that is having a problem) before a student may enroll in classes or receive various campus services. You may obtain information on holds through My.UCLA.edu. Please note: even if it is during your pass, you will not be able to enroll if a hold has been placed on your records.
Q: How do I enroll in more than 19 units in a quarter?
If you have a 3.0 GPA (either overall or from the previous quarter), a counselor in your advising unit (College Counseling, Honors, AAP, or Athletics) can increase your maximum number of units for you while you wait. If your GPA is less than 3.0, you must fill out a petition for extra units and submit it to your advising unit. These petitions generally take 3 to 4 days to process.