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Confirm Intent to Enroll

Welcome to the U!

We’re thrilled to take this journey with you. You’re going to love it here.

Enrollment Next Steps

Step 1: Reserve Your Spot

You must confirm your intent to enroll at the University of Utah in order to secure your seat for class and begin registration.

Confirm Intent

Step 2: Submit Enrollment Deposit

Your enrollment deposit is also required before you can secure your seat at the U and register for classes.

If the enrollment deposit is a financial challenge, you may request a deposit extension. All requests must be in writing and submitted to

PLEASE NOTE: International Students requiring a student visa to study at the U are not required to submit the enrollment deposit but must confirm their intent to enroll to reserve a spot at the University of Utah.

You will not be able to register for International Student Orientation or begin the class registration process until you have confirmed your intent to enroll.

Your uNID & UMail Account

In order to confirm your intent to enroll you first must log on to Campus Information Services (CIS) and set up your account.

    • Login using your University Student ID number (uNID), which is in your admitted email, and your temporary password, which is your birthdate in the MMDDYY format.
    • You will be prompted to change your password the first time you log in to CIS.

Your uNID and password are used to access your University E-mail account (UMail).

    • After changing your CIS password you will be able to login to your UMail account.
    • Students are advised to check their UMail accounts regularly, or to forward their UMail to an active e-mail address.
    • Once admitted, all University of Utah communication will be sent directly to the UMail address.

What You Need To Know

  • Enrollment deposit will be credited toward your first semester’s tuition.
  • Enrollment deposit is non-refundable.

Enrollment Deposit Deadlines


Enrollment Deadline

Enrollment Deposit Extension Requests

The university recognizes there may be extenuating circumstances that create a financial hardship for a student to submit their enrollment deposit.

A DEPOSIT EXTENSION REQUEST may be submitted for the following circumstances (student must provide written verification of their circumstance):

  1. Federal Pell Grant: The student is eligible to receive a Federal Pell Grant
  2. Government Assistance Recipient: The student or their family is receiving government assistance such as food stamps, enrollment in a low-income assistance program such as TRIO, Upward Bound, or is eligible for reduced-price school lunches
  3. Outside Verification: A school counselor, employer, or ecclesiastical leader attesting to the student’s financial situation (request must be accompanied by an official letter on letterhead from the affirming party)
  4. Vocational Rehabilitation | Veteran’s Administration: One of these programs is paying all or part of the student’s educational expenses.

If the enrollment deposit is a financial challenge, you may request a deposit extension. All requests must be in writing and submitted to