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Spring 2021 registration opens Oct. 6 for current students

October 05, 2020

Current UA - Pulaski Tech students can register for Spring classes beginning, October 6, 2020 via the Campus Portal. New and transfer students can register beginning, October 20, 2020.

Prior to registration, all new, transfer and returning (have not been enrolled in the last two semesters) students are encouraged to submit an application for admission and provide the required documents needed for enrollment. After applying, call (501) 812-2220 or e-mail [email protected] to schedule an advising appointment.

Students can register for classes three different ways:

  1. Set up a virtual appointment with an advisor by emailing [email protected]
  2. Speak with an advisor over the phone by calling (501) 812-2220
  3. Register in person 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.

Students who need financial aid should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at For questions related to financial aid, call (501) 812-2289 or e-mail [email protected].

Spring registration ends January 17, 2021. Late registration begins January 19, 2021 and ends January 25, 2021. Students must pay in full or have a payment arrangement with the business office by January 25, 2021. Spring classes begin January 19, 2021.

For details about enrolling, visit For questions regarding registration, call (501) 812-2220 or e-mail [email protected].

“We encourage students to choose what’s right for them, whether that means in-person, hybrid, or all-online classes. We will continue to be vigilant in keeping public health as our top priority,” said UA-PTC Chancellor Margaret Ellibee. “The ‘new normal’ means we maintain a flexible, common-sense approach to doing what is necessary to deliver a high-quality education while protecting the health and safety of our community. We can expect continued social distancing, the wearing of face masks, and aggressive sanitation measures to remain in place until the pandemic is over."

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