There are multiple ways to register for classes:
The Schedule of Classes is available in the MyUMUC Student Portal. It provides course descriptions along with information about availability, prerequisites, dates, location, and formats. We strongly recommend you enlist the help of your advisor to select courses and register for your first term.
Active-duty servicemembers, military spouses, and veterans should contact Military Advising at 877-275-UMUC (8282) or email@example.com. Veterans should contact Veterans Advising at 877-275-UMUC (8282) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration process and Schedule of Classes is not applicable to GoArmyEd students. Please refer to the GoArmyEd portal for your schedule of classes.
If you are an active-duty Army, Army National Guard, or Army Selective Reserve student receiving tuition assistance (TA) for your courses, you must register through the GoArmyEd Portal. UMUC will receive your registration directly from GoArmyEd on the next business day.
Please note that due to this process, your classes won't display in MyUMUC for 24 to 48 hours after UMUC receives your registration. Your classes will appear in WebTycho 24 to 48 hours after posting to MyUMUC.
Dropping a class is defined as officially canceling registration for a course before or during UMUC's drop period. Withdrawing from class is defined as officially canceling registration for a course after the drop period has passed. See deadlines.
UMUC understands the demands of military deployments and the impact on students' academic success. Dropping and/or withdrawing from a course can have financial and academic implications that should be taken into consideration when making this decision.
Being proactive and maintaining open communication with your instructor when military assignments change is key. There may be other options available to help you complete your class.
Be sure to contact your UMUC military advisor prior to any course schedule changes. Also speak with your respective Education Office regarding any possible ramifications you may face due to tuition assistance or veterans benefits policies.
Students who enrolled via GoArmyEd must withdraw from their classes through the GoArmyEd Portal. Please refer to UMUC's GoArmyEd refund schedule for further information.
Soldiers may request a Withdrawal for Military Reasons (WM) through GoArmyEd when events beyond your control prevent you from successful completion of the class. You must have prior approval from your Education Office.
Your commander will verify what constitutes a valid request for a Withdrawal for Military Reasons. When you submit your request for a WM, you will be required to upload a signed "Request for TA Recoupment Waiver—Withdrawal for Military Reasons" form to the eFile tab in your GoArmyEd account.
If you are using veterans benefits and have made changes to your original class schedule, please log into MyUMUC to adjust your VA Certification form.
Under Academics, in the drop-down menu, select Adjust My Certification, then select your enrollment term.
Please make sure you have consulted an advisor before dropping or withdrawing from a course. These changes may create an overpayment or affect your eligibility for veterans benefits.
If you are dropping a course, you do not need to adjust your VA certification form. Dropped courses are automatically reported.
Payment for courses is due at the time of course registration. If payment is not received, students risk being disenrolled from classes.
Students who are active-duty servicemembers, receiving the military tuition rate, and using tuition assistance are exempt from disenrollment. Tuition assistance forms must be received prior to the last day of class or the student will be responsible for the balance.
For students using veterans benefits, payment may be due at the time of registration. Students using Chapter 31 and Chapter 33 benefits do not need to pay for their classes up front; their tuition is paid directly to UMUC from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). For all other chapters, payment is made by DVA to the student directly. These students must arrange payment to UMUC at the time of registration.
Students may order their textbooks and other class materials through MBS Direct. Items can be shipped domestically and internationally. To find out which books and materials you will need for each course, you can:
Locate your class in the Schedule of Classes, and then select the "Textbooks" link next to your class; or
Log into MyUMUC
MyUMUC > MyUMUC Resources > Order Class Materials
Once you have submitted your current authorization form (Form 22-1905), you will receive an information packet with instructions on how to order your course materials from the Veteran Certifying office at UMUC. If you have any questions, please contact our Veterans Certifying Office.