Start of Year Planning


Start of Year 2018/19 staff information sessions

As part of our preparations for the 2018/19 academic year, Registry will host two staff information sessions providing information on the activities underway by a number of support areas across the University, including Registry, IT Services, UCARD and Student Services.


Session 1

TBC


 Includes information about:

  • Start of Year updates
  • Preparations for Curriculum Management, Programme Verification & Timetabling
  • Key registration dates
  • Online Registration Redevelopment
  • Orientation plans

Session 2

 Tuesday, 17 July 2018


 Includes information about:

  • Student Desk Supports
  • UCARD
  • IT Services
  • Programme Development And Review Framework (PDARF)Project update
  • UCD Gender Identity Policy update
  • Registry Communications Plan

Registration key dates

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Registration Communication plan 2018


Student Record Team

The Student Record Team supports the registration of students to both programmes and modules and ensures the accuracy of records for each student throughout their time at UCD.

See the Student Record web page for more information on registration, leave of absence, repeats &resits and registration reports.

Registration Homepage for Students

This page contains detailed information designed to help students complete their registration. From key dates, step-by-step video guides, fees information, electives and resits/repeats general information they will find everything they need to guide them through the process.


Registration Review 2017

The Review of Registration 2017 looks at the successes, challenges and recommendations identified as part of the process. The report will be used to inform the planning and opportunities for improvement for the Registration 2018 season. Read the report in full.

Reports for Previous Registration Seasons: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007


Start of Term Survey

The 2017 survey was sent to all Undergraduate students on full time degree programmes to gauge student satisfaction over the registration period. 93% of respondents indicated a positive overall experience with registration. A version also went to Graduate Taught and Graduate Research students as well. The feedback will be incorporated into the planning for 2018/19.