General Student Information

GO TO CLASS! It is essential that students attend the first session of each class because important course description information will be distributed and work will begin. At the discretion of your instructor, you may be dropped from your class if you are absent. If you choose not to attend a class, however, do not assume that you will be administratively dropped. If you have problems or questions follow the links to Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Student Aid or scholarships, or please come to the Academic Student Services Office, Music Room 109. You should apply for aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) even if you think you might not be eligible! About half of the scholarship funds provided by The University of Arizona are issued to students who have financial need as determined by the FAFSA data.

Please check your schedule to make sure it is accurate (especially that all classes you dropped are removed from your schedule), and please make sure you are registered for the correct level in your MUSI classes! Ask your professor if you are not sure which level you should be registered for. Please be aware of registration deadlines, especially those that carry financial penalties. Please confirm locations of your classes to avoid missing any class sessions. You can access your student records, including your class schedule UAccess. It is YOUR responsibility to make sure that your class schedule is accurate!

Note: all rooms listed are in the Music Building unless otherwise specified. "SL" indicates the Slonaker Building, just southwest of the Music Building.