You’ve been admitted to the University of Utah. Now what?
There are a few things you will need to do to get ready. If you haven’t already, we hope you will come check out your new home. Schedule your campus visit.
As Soon As Possible:
Create Your Campus Information Services (CIS) Account
Using the University ID and password included in your admissions letter, log on to your CIS account at cis.utah.edu. Here you can change your password, register for classes, pay tuition, apply for housing, access online class and library resources, view grades, access your academic records, and more.
Activate your University E-mail Account (UMail)
Using your uNID and your new password, you can check your University E-mail (uMail). You can create an alias or forward your e-mail at cis.utah.edu. But remember—all official university communication will be sent to your UMail account.
Submit a Housing Application
To learn about the housing deadline and reservation system, visit housing.utah.edu.
Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid
Visit financialaid.utah.edu to learn more about both scholarships and financial aid. We recommend all students complete the FAFSA.
Pay the $150 Enrollment Deposit or Request an Enrollment Deposit Extension
To save a spot here at the U, domestic undergraduate students must pay the non-refundable $150 enrollment deposit by the deadline. Don’t worry—the fee counts toward your first-semester tuition.
Register for New Student Orientation
You can’t register for classes until you’ve completed a New Student Orientation session. Learn more.
Submit proof of immunizationsComplete and return the forms you receive at Orientation. Learn more about the Immunization Requirements.
After You Graduate:
Submit Your Final Transcripts
Don’t forget to submit your final high school transcripts to the Office of Admissions after you graduate. Financial Aid may not be disbursed until final transcripts have been received.
Before Classes Start:
Pay Tuition and Fees
Visit the calendar on the Registrar's Office site to determine the tuition deadline. Save yourself from long lines and pay online through the CIS portal.
Visit Your Advisor
Advisors provide guidance in completing general education requirements and prerequisite coursework, as well as assist you in choosing a major. Learn more at advising.utah.edu.
University College (Academic Advising)
All new freshmen admitted to the University will be enrolled in the University College until they are accepted into a specific degree-granting department, program, or college of the University. Learn more about University College.