Enrollment Information

Preparing for Enrollment

Students are assigned appointment times 🔗 by the Registrar’s Office. Be sure to check your enrollment appointments through MyUCLA and set a reminder for when your enrollment passes open. If you miss your first pass enrollment, you will have to wait until your second pass to enroll.

Please watch a recording of our Spring 2024 Enrollment Workshop for information about enrolling in Psychology courses.

Enrollment in Psych Courses

It is important to review the requirements for your major 🔗 and run a new Degree Audit Report to verify which major requirements you still need to satisfy. Please see below for important reminders about enrollment:

  • The Psychology Department does not utilize PTE numbers under any circumstances. Please do not ask departmental advisors or instructors for PTE numbers, as they will not be able to provide you with any.
  • Enrollment in Psychology courses is restricted based on major and class standing. View the course notes to see if you are able to enroll with your current major and class standing.
  • Psych 100A is not an enforced prerequisite for upper division Psych courses, so you may enroll in Psych upper division courses prior to completing Psych 100A.
  • Your major cannot be declared until all preparation grades have posted to your Degree Audit Report.
  • It is a student’s responsibility to resolve any class or exam time conflicts on their study lists.
  • No exceptions are made to any of the above Psychology Department policies under any circumstances.

Enrolling in Major Coursework

Major and Class Standing Enrollment Restrictions

Prerequisites on Psych Classes

What if the Psych classes I want are full?

Do you “save” seats for students who need a course to graduate?

My major requirement worksheet says I can take courses in other departments to fulfill my major elective requirements, but I can’t enroll in a non-Psych class on the list because of the other department’s restrictions. Why is this?

If you still have questions after reviewing the above information, Psychology Undergraduate Advisors are available to assist. Please review how to get in contact with a Psychology advisor 🔗.