New student registration at UA - Pulaski Tech now open
Get ready to Start Here and Go Further! New Student Registration for the fall 2018 semester at University of Arkansas - Pulaski Technical College is now open and continues through Aug. 9. New Student Late Walk-in Registration is Aug. 8 and 9.
Registration for the Summer II term continues through July 3, and those classes will run July 5- Aug. 2.
New students can register on the Main Campus, 3000 West Scenic Drive in North Little Rock, or at the college’s Little Rock-South site at 10300 Interstate 30.
All students must submit an application and required documents in order to register. An application and information about steps to register and helpful contact information is available at https://www.uaptc.edu/future-students. Student needing additional assistance with the application process can call (501) 812-2231 or e-mail [email protected]. A schedule of classes is available at www.uaptc.edu. A list of programs of study can be found at https://www.uaptc.edu/programs.
All new students are required to meet with an advisor. New student early appointment registration continues through Tuesday, Aug. 7. Students registering early have the best chance of getting classes they want. The payment deadline is Friday, Aug. 10, and classes begin Wednesday, Aug. 15. For more information, call (501) 812-2220 or email [email protected].
Students who need financial aid should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at
Current UA - Pulaski Technical College students can now register for fall 2018 classes now by logging into their campus portal account. Please visit Advising and Career Services, Campus Center Building 105 on the Main campus in North Little Rock or the Student Services office at Little Rock-South, for help in choosing or registering for classes.
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