University of California, Riverside

Summer Sessions



Summer Admission and Enrollment


Getting Enrolled, Step-by-Step 

Step 1: Determine if you need to apply

Click on the statement below that best describes you to determine if you need to submit a Summer Sessions application to enroll.

I am a current UCR student (a degree-seeking student enrolled or planning to enroll in Spring 2019 and continuing through Fall 2019):

You do not need to submit a summer sessions application. You will enroll through R'Web just as you would in any other term. 

I am an incoming Fall 2019 freshman or transfer:

You do not need to submit a summer sessions application. You will enroll through R’Web.

I am not currently attending UCR, but my status on R’Web says I am Ready to Enroll:

You do not need to submit a summer sessions application. You will enroll through R’Web as you would in any other quarter.

I am a dismissed UCR student: 

You must submit the online application; additionally, you will need to see an academic advisor in the college where you plan to eventually re-admit before you will be permitted to enroll in any classes.

I am an inactive UCR student (I attended UCR previously as a degree-seeking student, but stopped attending for reasons other than graduating or being academically dismissed, and I am not “Ready to Enroll” per R’Web):

How you enroll in summer classes depends on your future plans at the university. If you plan to graduate in Summer 2019 or readmit for Fall 2019, you should not submit the Summer Sessions Application. Instead, you should seek advice from your college office. If you plan to readmit to UCR Winter 2020 or later, or you never plan to readmit to UCR because you have transferred to another institution, you must submit the Summer Sessions online application to enroll in summer courses. 

I am a non-UCR visiting students (including past graduates of UCR):

Please submit our online application, which will be available March 1, 2019. Once your application is processed (allow three business days for processing), you will receive an e-mail confirmation with instructions on how to access R'Web  where you can enroll in your courses, view your charges, and make online payments.

I am an international student who currently attends UCR:

You do not need to submit a summer sessions application. You will enroll through R'Web just as you would in any other term. If you have further questions about your status as an international student, please contact the International Students and Scholar's Office.

I am an international student who is dismissed from UCR:

Dismissed international students must register and enroll for all Summer Session courses through UCR Extension’s International Education Program in order to receive a valid I-20 and remain in status. For further information please visit the International Education Programs website or email the IEP Academic Advising Office at academicadvising@ucx.ucr.edu.

I am an international student and I do not currently attend UCR:

Visiting international students who are applying with an F1 visa and who will need a valid I-20 must first apply through International Education Programs (IEP). You must also have strong English language skills, with a TOEFL score of at least 550 (paper) or 80 (IBT) and must have completed secondary school. If you are currently attending a school in the United States and would like to take UCR Summer Session courses concurrently, please visit International Education Programs at UCR Extension to submit a letter of approval from your current school, and to complete enrollment. For further information please visit the International Education Programs website or email the IEP Academic Advising Office at academicadvising@ucx.ucr.edu.

If you need further help determining if you need to submit our Summer Sessions application, please feel free to send an email to summer@ucr.edu or call us at (951) 827-3044.  

 

Step 2: View Available Courses

The Schedule of Classes will become available for Summer 2019 on March 1, 2019. Please check the Schedule of Classes frequently, as course information is subject to change. .

Step 3: Clear Prerequisites

Some courses have prerequisite requirements that must be cleared before you can enroll. Please see the Schedule of Classes to determine if your course has a prerequisite. If the course you are interested in does not have a prerequisite, you can skip this step.

If you are not a UC Riverside student but have completed coursework or have practical experience comparable to the listed prerequisites, please consult with the academic department offering the course prior to enrolling to see if the prerequisites can be waived. You can find the departments' contact information at summer.ucr.edu/departmentcontacts.html. It may be necessary to submit your transcripts. Please note that you will need a UCR student ID number before any prerequisites can be formally cleared. 


Step 4: Enroll through R'Web

Summer registration is scheduled to begin in early April, 2019. UCR Seniors will be the first group to enroll. Enrollment will then open in stages to allow the juniors to enroll, then the sophomores, then freshman and incoming fall admits. Visiting, non-UCR students (including inactive and dismissed UCR students) will be the last group to enroll.

Please check R'Web beginning March 1st for your assigned Time TIcket to see when you can enroll.

For more guidance regarding the enrollment process, please see the R'Web Help page and our FAQ page. 

Step 5: Pay

If you enroll in courses on or before June 15th, your course fees will be due in full by June 15th. If you enroll in courses after June 15th, your course fees will be due in full on the same day that you enroll (or the next available business day, if enrollment takes place on a weekend or holiday). Fees can be paid in person at the Cashier's office Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm and 1pm-3pm or online through R'Web until 9pm. Please be advised that failure to pay your fees in full by the applicable deadline may result in some or all of your classes being dropped. If you do not pay your fees and some or all of your courses are dropped, you are welcome to re-enroll if seats are still available in the course(s), or in alternative courses. Please be mindful, though, that you will have to pay your fees on the same day that you enroll; otherwise, you risk being dropped again. 

 

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