How to Register

Enrolling in CLP classes with UAccess

Courses are listed under CRL in UAccess, with the course number indicating the level (101, 201, etc.) and the section number indicating the language. For example, the section number for Hindi is 321, so 1st semester Hindi is CRL 101-321, and 3rd semester Hindi is CRL 201-321. Please note that all our class times are listed as TBA. Tutorials are scheduled by the Critical Languages Program to accommodate students schedules, and will be available the first week of class. All scheduled tutorial times are final.

CLP courses meet the UA language requirement.

We are able to offer flexible schedules with 4-7 students per section, and offer 4 credit hours (elementary and intermediate levels). Students who are interested in our non-traditional tutorials should contact CLP at (520) 621-3387 for further registration information.

How to register:

  1. Log into your UAccess Student Center ->Search ->Course Subject: CRL-Critical Languages
  2. After you hit 'search' you will see "CRL  101 - Elementary Language Study" as well as other levels such as 102 and 201. Choose the level you want to enroll in.
  3. Under 'Topic' you will see "Elementary Swahili, Korean, Hindi, etc". Scroll down to the language of your choice and then enroll in that particular section.


Course Section Numbers

When you register for a course in UAccess, the section number determines the language you are registering for. Ensure that you are enrolling in the right section when you register; we cannot add you to your chosen section later if it is full.

Language Section
Armenian 451
Berber 105
Cantonese 301
Chechen 402
Czech 441
Dinka 103
Dutch 501
Finnish 371
Greek 403
Haitian 203
Hausa 104
Hindi 321
Hungarian 401
Indonesian 361
Irish-Gaelic 471
Kazakh 341
Korean 311
Kurdish 325
Nepali 314
Norwegian 461
Polish 411
Scots-Gaelic 481
Serbo-Croatian 491
Swahili 391
Swedish 421
Tagalog 381
Thai 351
Ukrainian 431
Vietnamese 331

Note that not all classes are offered every semester. If you are interested in a class that is not currently offered, you can request a language.