Office of the Registrar closed at noon on Friday
The Office of the Registrar will close at noon on Friday, December 13 and will resume normal business hours on Monday, December 16. Please plan accordingly.
Fall 2013 Final Examinations will occur December 16-20, 2013. You may review the full Final Exam Calendar or use the Final Exam Search to find the date, times, and location of the final exam for your class.
Academic Calendar News
The Academic Calendars for the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Summer Sessions have been revised. Start dates for the 8-week Summer Session in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and the 1st 6-Week Summer Session for 2014 and 2015 only have been adjusted to align with past practice. These revisions do not impact any other dates on the approved academic calendars.
See the new Summer Sessions calendars for details.
Cal Student Central (CSC)
Provides customer service regarding registration and enrollment, financial aid, fees and billing, payments and disbursements.
Visit them in 120 Sproul Hall, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Online at studentcentral.berkeley.edu, call 510-664-9181 or use our web form to open a case
Spring 2014 Tele-BEARS
Phase I: October 21 - November 11
Phase II: November 12 - January 12
Adjustment Period begins January 13
Review your Spring 2014 Tele-BEARS appointments on Bear Facts.
Tele-BEARS tips: Avoid exceeding your Tele-BEARS access limit! Only use Tele-BEARS to make changes to your schedule. Use BEAR Facts to view or confirm your class schedule.
Need another class for Spring 2014? Visit the Suggested Courses site for a list of interesting courses that are open for enrollment.
The Academic Year 2013-2014 fee schedule for is now available.
Academic & Student Calendars
Important dates and deadlines are available on the Student Calendar.
The official campus Academic Calendar for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 are now available.
Please also review Important Policies Concerning the Academic Calendar.
For information about the Reading, Review, and Recitation (RRR) week, click here.
Reading and Composition Requirement
Reading and composition courses are a crucial--and required--part of your college program. All incoming students are required to satisfy the "R&C" requirement before the end of the sophomore year.
2011-12 was the last chance for juniors and seniors who have not fulfilled this requirement to secure a seat. For information about R&C, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have a question, first try the FAQ. If you still have questions, contact us.
Privacy of Student Records
The Federal Government provides strict guidelines regarding the release of your information. Find out your rights by clicking here.
Copyright Infringement Policy
Please review the University's policy on copyright infringement.
Register to Vote
For more information regarding the ASUC Vote Coalition and their online voting campaign, please visit the ASUC website or read the press release. You can also visit the Online Voter Registration Website directly.