SGPP Course Registration

SGPP Freshmen Agreements

SGPP Agreements are for Freshman students attending orientation. These forms are completed at orientation only.

SGPP Transfer Student Agreements

SGPP Agreements are for Transfer students attending orientation. These forms are completed at orientation only.

Below is an explanation of who has access to our courses. These restrictions are subject to change AFTER priority registration based on enrollment numbers. If you have any questions please email sbs-sgppadvising@email.arizona.edu.

PPEL, Global Studies, and Pre-Law Access 

PPEL majors who would like to enroll in POL 206 can contact their Pre-Advanced Standing advisor, Sarah Williams by email at sjw7@email.arizona.edu or in person through WiseAdvise.

  • SID number
  • the POL classes they are requesting
Global Studies majors and pre-law minors may request access by meeting with Michael Greeley on or after Wednesday of their priority registration week. To see advising hours, please visit our advising page. If you can't see our advising hours, call 520-621-7601 for assistance.

General Education Courses

The following courses are available to all undergraduate students: 
 
  • PA  150B1 (cannot count towards major requirements for CJS, PMPC, LAW, or POL majors) 
  • POL 150C3 (cannot count towards major requirements for CJS, PMPC, LAW, or POL majors) 
  • POL 201
  • POL 202
  • POL 203 (not offered Fall 2018) 
  • POL 204 

PA Courses

  • Lower division PA courses (100-200 level) are restricted to majors/minors and cross-listed majors/minors only. 
  • Upper division (300-400 level) PA courses are restricted to projected junior, and senior majors and cross-listed majors/minors only. 

POL Courses

  • Lower division POL courses (100-200 level) are restricted to majors/minors and cross-listed majors/minors only. 
  • Upper division (300-400 level) POL courses are restricted to projected sophomore, junior, and senior majors and cross-listed majors only. 

SGPP Courses 

  • SGPP 300A:  Open to CJS, PMPC, POL, Law majors and SGPP minors. Restricted to sophomore, junior and senior level. Offered in Spring only. 
  • SGPP 300B: Open to CJS, PMPC, POL, Law majors and SGPP minors. Restricted to sophomore, junior and senior level. Offered in Fall only.
  • SGPP 301 through 305: Open to SGPP minors only.

Teacher Course Evaluations (TCE)

What are TCE's?

  • The Teacher-Course Evaluation system (TCE)  is the University of Arizona's centrally-supported service for collecting end of term feedback from students about  UA courses and faculty. Also "TCE" is often used to refer to one of various questionnaires available from the TCE system
  • The UA TCE was collaboratively founded in 1993 by students, faculty, academic units, and the UA administration in order to provide a cost-effective, flexible, professionally administered service to the UA community.  The TCE system was approved in 1994 by both the Faculty Senate and the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA).
  • The Office of Institutional Research and Planning Support (OIRPS) Evaluation Services group conducts the TCE each academic term and session. Student evaluations of teaching  are required by Board of Regents and UA policy as one source (among several) of evidence of teaching effectiveness in faculty performance appraisal. The TCE system offers this service to help academic units meet this requirement. Currently, UA TCE online or paper questionnaires are used in more than 90% of UA courses and academic units.

Can I review my instructor's TCE?

  • Yes, you can view most all UA instructor TCE"s from the TCE website, you must log in with your Net-id, then search by course or by instructor last name.  To view the TCE's visit http://tce.arizona.edu/ and navigate to the student tab and log in.