What Is myUDC?
myUDC is the University’s on-line student information management system. Law students can use myUDC to check their UDC e-mail accounts, register for courses, print course schedules, and view billing and financial aid statements, among other things.
Regarding course registration:
- All law students must read each semester’s Registration Instructions before selecting courses in myUDC. Some courses have additional requirements before registration can be completed. Instructions are typically posted 1-2 weeks before the start of each registration period.
How Do I Access myUDC?
- Go to myUDC (my.udc.edu).
- Your username and password are e-mailed to your personal e-mail address used when applying to the program. This typically happens within 24 to 48 working hours after acceptance. If you are unsure of your login name, you will need to contact the UDC Help Hub.
If You Forget Your Log-in Information or Get Locked Out
- If you forget your password, click on “Forget Password?” on the myUDC login page.
- If you’ve been locked out of the system, which will happen if you enter the incorrect login credentials too many times, wait 30 minutes and try again or contact the UDC Help Hub.
- Once logged in, you should be able to see different tabs in the menu along the left side and quick link icons at the top. All information pertaining to registration and your student account may be found under Student Banner Self Service. Links to UDC email, Office 365, and Blackboard may be found under QuickLaunch.
- To view your schedule, transcript and other account information, select Student Banner Self Service and use the menu to select options.
- Please note that most of the registration and financial aid information posted on the myUDC website, outside of Banner Self Service, is intended primarily for UDC undergraduate students. The law school operates on separate academic and financial aid calendars, and has its own offices of Admission, Financial Aid, Registrar, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Career Services, and Alumni Affairs. If you are unsure whether an announcement you see in myUDC applies to law students, please contact the relevant law school department. If information found on myUDC conflicts with information found on the law school’s website, please rely on the law school’s website.