Registration for LARC Tutorial Groups
Schedules are generally posted by Wednesday Week 9 of the previous quarter. To assure that the schedule is as final as possible, LARC cannot post it any earlier.
Step 1: Go to Schedule of Classes & enter the following course codes: 77000-77899 Click ‘Display Web Results’
Step 2: To find the best tutorial for you, match your lecture’s ‘section’ letter to the same LARC Tutorial ‘section’ letter. LARC Tutorials are lecture specific.
Step 3: Enter your selected 5 digit LARC Tutorial Course Code on WebReg to enroll!
During the academic year, regular LARC tutorial enrollment begins at 12:01 am on the Saturday before Week 1 of classes.
During summer session, LARC enrollment begins at 12:01 am on the Saturday prior to the first day of classes.
During the academic year, registering for LARC is like registering for any other class at UCI. Find the course code on the LARC website (or on WebSOC) and register through WebReg. You will be billed through your Zot Account at the end of the quarter.
During summer session, enrollment is done online through this link. This link will be active beginning at 12:01 am on the Saturday prior to the first day of instruction.
During the academic year, the enrollment window closes at 5:00 pm on Friday of the 6th week.
During summer session, 5:00 pm on Friday of the 1st week is the deadline for adds and drops.
Other Questions about the LARC Tutorial Program
Our sessions are led by an undergraduate or a recently graduated LARC tutor who has excelled in the course and has been trained in small group instruction. There are generally 12-15 students per group, which meets twice a week for an hour each time.
LARC tutorial sessions begin during week 1 on a Wednesday (if your session is M/W) or Thursday (if your session is on T/TH).
“ME” stands for Middle Earth. These are cohort tutorials and enrollment is at the disgression of Middle Earth Housing. If you are a Middle Earth Resident, please contact Sharon Stead (firstname.lastname@example.org) to see if you qualify to enroll in these tutorials.
RH is the acronym for Rowland Hall and SST is the acronym for Social Science Tower. For a full list of building abbreviations, click here.
On WebSoc, your class lecture will have a designated letter that corresponds to your professor. It is strongly recommended that you to take a LARC tutorial session that correspond with the letter of your lecture.
We strongly recommend that you enroll in the tutorial that corresponds with your lecture. You can enroll in a tutorial with another professor, but since some instructors teach at different paces and may cover or skip different material, it would be much more beneficial to you to select a tutorial session corresponding with your lecture. This assures that the LARC session content aligns with your lecture. Be careful with your LARC session selection, as there is no refund if you are dissatisfied because of a wrong selection.
The honors series courses move at different paces and may cover or skip different materials, or may cover material in a different order, but it is your choice. There is no refund if you are dissatisfied because the LARC session content does not align with your course.
No. Waitlisted students must wait until they are added automatically by the Registrar Office before attending. Tutors will not allow you to attend their session if you are waitlisted. This is a strictly enforced LARC policy.
It varies. There is no guarantee that you will be added. Waitlisted students will be added in the order that they are waitlisted as seats become available. Alternatively, check the LARC website to see if any additional sessions have been added for your course.
It depends on the type of change. You can change between LARC tutorials that are in the same subject, e.g., from one Chem 1A tutorial to another Chem 1A tutorial for no extra charge.
If you change from one subject to another, there will be an extra charge. The amount of the charge depends on the nature of the situation. For full explanation, please fees & policy page.
Yes. For explanation please see Fees and Policies at fees & policy page.
Yes. For explanation, please see Fees and Policies at fees & policy page.
LARC sessions are $100 and are billed at the end of the quarter in which the tutorial was taken. Fees may be paid online through your Zot Account.
LARC does not offer any scholarships or waivers for LARC tutorial fees, however, other departments at UCI may provide support. Students may be eligible for LARC scholarships through Middle Earth, Mesa Court, Arroyo Vista, Athletics, U/U, DSC, your major’s department or Student Support Services (SSS). Please check with an SSS staff member BEFORE the end of 2nd week of any quarter to see if you qualify. They can be reached at 949-824-6234. The Student Support Services office is located on the second floor of the Student Services II building, across from Zot n’ Go on Ring Road.