Audience: Urbana University students using the Urbana Self Service application. This is an entirely different application than the Franklin University Self-Service application.
Disclaimer: The results and functionality of the following article only apply to audience listed above.
Link to Application: https://uuselfservice.urbana.edu/ss/Home.aspx
This system can be accessed by Urbana students, faculty, and staff. If you are a student without access to Urbana's Self Service application, it may be because you have not been granted an IT account. If so, please see the following: Click Here
The First Time Accessing Self Service
Then, you will be directed to a verification screen. When you received your account information, you should also be give a system ID. Here you will be prompted to enter that system identification number (format: xxxxxxxxx 9 numbers, no spaces, no hyphens). For students, this is your student ID. For Faculty and Staff, this ID will come to you from Human Resources. You will also need to enter you first name, last name and date of birth (to be entered in this format: mm/dd/yyyy).
My Profile Tab
The My Profile tab can be used to see and update information related to your personal data.
In the Account information sub-tab, you can update your password, which will change your password other University systems like email, Bluequill, on-campus Wifi and more.
The Personal Information, Ethnicity and Race, and Address, and Phone numbers sub-tabs, allow you to see and edit personal information about yourself. If any information in these sections needs adjusted, but is not adjustable by you, please work with Admissions to correct this information. The IT department does not have the permission to make these changes.
The Finance Tab can be used to manage and view important financial information.
The Balance sub-tab shows an overview of charges and credits.
The Statement sub-tab shows a breakdown of how charges are applied.
The Financial Aid sub-tab shows Financial Aid information and packaging.
The Register tab can be used to schedule courses. Use the Traditional Courses sub-tab to start the registration process.
Select the term you wish to register for.
If your account is on hold, you will not be able to register.
Otherwise, you can select the click on Section Search to find courses.
Keywords, Course Codes, and the Period can help you find courses.
Once you have found the course, you can add it to the cart.
Next, you can add the section and register.
Review your schedule and remove and courses that you don't want. When ready, press Next.
Press Next again to finalize your course registration.
If you see the screen below, then registration is complete.
The Classes tab can be used to see your course schedule.
In the Grades tab, you can access a report of recorded grades for courses, broken down by semester.
You can also access an unofficial transcript.
The Search tab can be used to search the course catalog. The course catalog can be helpful to understand course offerings. You can also choose to search by section.