WebReg UCSD is a web-based application used by University of California San Diego students to register for classes.
Access to WebReg is limited to currently enrolled students and only during specific enrollment windows.
You can use UCSD WebReg to load courses into their planner, register for classes, drop classes, view their schedule and appointment time, and find books and textbooks to buy or rent for registered courses.
Check out my guide on UCSD Canvas.
How to log into webreg ucsd
To use or access WebReg UCSD,
- In your browser, go to students.ucsd.edu
- Click on “MYTRITONLINK“
- At the Sign-On screen, enter your user ID/PID
- Next, enter your password/PAC
- Click the blue “Sign On” button to log in
- On your dashboard, click the “Classes & Enrollment” menu
- Then, in the dropdown menu, click on “WebReg“
- Select your session and click “Go“
Each term has specific dates when students can plan, enroll or drop classes. Depending on these dates, Term messages will appear on this page.
How to enroll for classes on webreg UCSD
From My Schedule, you can enroll in a class using either the List or UCSD Calendar Views in Webreg UCSD.
Once your appointment time is available you can also enroll directly using the search feature if the course has available seats.
To enroll in a class on WebReg UCSD,
- Click the Enroll button on the far right for the class you want to enroll in.
- Next, confirm the class information is correct, select the grading option (Letter or Pass/Fail) and click the Confirm button. In some instances, students can select a unit option for a class.
- Once the Request Successful message appears, click Close or Send Me Email Confirmation to return to My Schedule.
- You can also enroll directly from the Search window by selecting the Enroll button.
- The enrolled class should be a different color in your List or Calendar.
How to drop a class in webreg UCSD
To drop a class during open registration dates:
- Open “My Schedule“.
- Next, click “Drop” under the Action column.
- Confirm the class information, review warnings and click “Drop“.
- Once the Request Successful message appears, click “Close” or “Send Me Email Confirmation” to return to My Schedule.
- Finally, confirm that the item has been removed from “My Schedule“.
WebReg UCSD frequently asked questions. You can also read my guide UCSD email if you’re facing challenges with your email login.
How do I register for classes at UCSD?
On your assigned enrollment day, enroll in classes any time after your appointment. Go to WebReg UCSD. Choose your registration term and student level. Enroll in the classes you want to take.
Can I take classes at UCSD?
Go to UCSD’s Schedule of Classes. Under “Select Search Term,” select the term during which you plan to attend (see note). Select Find courses: by subject, select one or more subjects, and press search. Choose the course you want to take.
If it’s the fall semester on your home campus, you’ll attend Fall Quarter at UCSD. If it’s spring semester on your home campus, you’ll attend Winter or Spring Quarter at UCSD.
What does the building name RCLAS mean?
The building RCLAS means remote class.
If a class has the building name RCLAS, it is either a fully remote or hybrid class. A room number assigned to RCLAS is a system requirement to ensure double bookings do not occur.
In fall 2021, only courses that have been approved by the Academic Senate to be offered remotely (“R-Courses”) are scheduled to be remote. These classes will have the building name “RCLAS” listed in your schedule.
Is the Winter 2021 and Spring 2021 Schedule of Classes similar to the Fall 2020 Schedule of Classes?
Yes, similar to Fall 2020, courses will be delivered in three different ways:
2. remote, and
What does in-person mean?
In-person classes will be delivered on the UC San Diego campus with students and instructors physically present in the classroom. If you become sick and cannot attend class in person, you will need to work with the instructor to establish alternative accommodations that allow you to access class material.
What does hybrid mean?
Hybrid is a combination of in-person class meetings and remote class meetings. Some class components are delivered on the UC San Diego campus while other class components are delivered remotely.
For example, a lecture component of a class could be taught in person, but the discussion component could be taught remotely. If you become sick and cannot attend in-person sessions, you will need to work with the instructor to establish alternative accommodations that allow you to access class material.
If I register for a hybrid class, how do I know how it is going to be taught?
In general, the building and room on the class will indicate when the class is offered remotely and when you need to be on-campus. If you’re still unsure, you can reach out to the department offering the course for more information.
What does remote mean?
The class meets online. Instruction and all class material are provided remotely in either a synchronous or asynchronous format. Classes will use software such as Canvas and UCSD Zoom to deliver content. You can also access lectures via UCSD Podcast.
What do asynchronous and synchronous mean?
Synchronous means the course will be taught by the instructor during the meeting days and times specified in the UCSD Schedule of Classes. You need to be available during those days and times to learn together with your classmates.
Asynchronous is when an instructor does not require you to meet at the specific days and times stated in the UCSD Schedule of Classes to learn the material. The instructor will give you a timeframe of when you need to learn and complete the assignments, but you manage when you set aside time to do this.
Can I register for classes with time conflicts?
UC San Diego strongly advises not to register for classes with time conflicts for several reasons. Your conflicting classes could have class meetings or synchronous sessions that require you to attend both classes at the same time. Your final exams could also conflict. Faculty are not obligated to make final exam accommodations for you.