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Aug 9 2017

My TritonLink: Tools #ucsd #tritonlink

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My TritonLink: Tools

Advising tools

  • Degree Audit. Check your academic progress with your degree audit.
  • General Catalog. Read course descriptions for UCSD classes.
  • GPA Calculator. Use this to project your future GPA.
  • Major and Minor. Manage major and minor declarations.
  • Transfer Course Approximations. Find out which classes you can transfer to UCSD.
  • Virtual Advising Center. Get answers to questions from your college academic advising office, as well as select departments.

Classes enrollment tools

Update your bookmarks! The Class Planner and Classes Wait List tools will be retired October 30, 2015. The tools are still available to you now, with read-only access, as a courtesy.

Go directly to WebReg 2.0 at act.ucsd.edu/webreg2 to plan and wait-list classes, add personal events to your schedule, view your finals schedule, and other enrollment tasks.

  • Class Planner. Use the Class Planner to create potential course schedules.
  • Classes and Wait Lists. See class and exam schedules plus meeting dates, times, faculty listing and more.
  • Schedule of Classes. See class times, sizes, available seats, prerequisites, course evaluations and faculty listing.
  • Holds. Find out if and why you have a hold, and how to get it removed.
  • WebReg. Register for classes and add, drop, and change them.
  • Ted. Is your professor using Ted for class? (Only some faculty use this tool to assign homework or post specific notices to the class.)

Financial tools

  • Billing and Payment. Find out what you owe and pay your bills.
  • Direct Deposit. The fastest, most secure, and environmentally friendly way to receive your financial aid, stipends, and refunds.
  • Financial Aid. View your application status and details about your financial award.
  • Health Fee Waiver. Use this if you want to use private health insurance.
  • Holds. Find out if and why you have a hold, and how to get it removed.
  • Parking Permits. Buy a permit and view your bill online.
  • Residency for Tuition Purposes. Check your residency status.

Engaged learning tools

Read more about this unique family of tools to help you make the most of your college experience.

  • Research Experience Applied Learning (REAL) Portal. Discover internships, research opportunities, international experiences, and more.
  • CCR (coming Winter 2016): Record co-curricular activities on your official record, and share it with employers and grad schools.
  • Enhanced Electronic Transcript. Extends your academic transcript to include contextual information about your courses and instructors.
  • ePortfolio. Share a collection of accomplishments, skills, and work experience with prospective employers, grad schools, and professional schools.

Grades transcript tools

  • Academic History. See your grades and unofficial transcript.
  • Late Grades Report. If you don’t see a grade listed for a class (10 days after the end of the quarter), check this list, then contact your instructor.
  • Order Transcripts. Order your transcript online.
  • Order Verifications. Order your verification documents online.
  • Track Verification Orders. See if your requested verification has been sent.

Personal career tools

  • Addresses. Keep your contact information up to date.
  • Career Portfolio : Tool to be disabled June 30, 2015. Users should save or migrate data to another source (such as UCSD’s Portfolium ) before that date.
  • Portfolium. Unify your work across platforms by creating a digital portfolio to showcase your jobs, projects, research, and more.
  • Port Triton. Student and alumni portal to jobs and internships.
  • Hepatitis B. For new students who need to update their progress on Hep B shots.
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Screening Questionnaire. For new students who need to complete the questionnaire prior to enrolling.
  • We Are Tritons: For new students, this program introduces you to the Triton community and to your role in maintaining a welcoming campus environment.

Other student tools apps

  • Ted. Is your professor using Ted for class? (Only some faculty use this tool to assign homework or post specific notices to the class.)
  • WebMail. Check your UCSD e-mail account.
  • Mobile apps. Access the latest UC San Diego information wherever you are (Android and iPhone).
  • Emergency Notification System. Sign up for emergency notices via phone and e-mail.

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  • Obtain authorization from your student

    In order to access your student’s bill and perform transactions on behalf of your student, your student must initiate the process to authorize any parent/family member to access their financial record.

    View the Online Tutorial for your student to authorize a parent (includes instructions for Authorized Payers). (PDF)
    Students can authorize up to 3 payers to view and pay their university bill.
    Students can cancel any authorized payer at any time.

    Note: Once your student has achieved the steps in the online tutorial (above), you will receive an email to follow instructions to create a login to view your student’s billing portal. Do this within 14 days of receiving the email.

  • Create your personal login to receive your student’s billing statement

    After your student has authorized you as a payer:

    You will receive an e-mail notice from [email protected], with the subject line “UCSD E-Bill Authorization.” Please follow directions to set up a username and password. The e-mail is only valid for 14 days.

    Clear your browser’s cookies or browser history before you can successfully log in using your new username and password through the Authorized Bill Payer tool.

  • View and pay your student’s billing statement

    Make sure you have access to view and pay your student’s bill. Read the sections how to obtain authorization and how to create credentials to view the bill (see above).

    View and pay the bill through the Authorized Bill Payer tool.
    Learn about the different ways to pay your student’s bill.
    E-Check
    Credit Cards
    Western Union
    Other payment options (i.e., cashier’s check)
    Financial Aid and Scholarships Funds

    Student Financial Solutions | (858) 822-4727 | [email protected]

  • Trouble shoot your login

    Here are a few reasons and suggestions for addressing login issues to view your student’s bill.

    You may not be able to access your student’s bill because:
    You did not create your login credentials within the 14 days of receiving instructions from [email protected]
    Ask your student to go back to the Online Tutorial to reset the authorization previously given to you.
    Create your credentials immediately
    Clear your browser or your cookies and wait a few minutes before logging in
    Try using another browser (i.e. Chrome, Mozilla, Internet Explorer)
    Your student may have made changes to whom can view their records
    Talk to your student about changes that they may have made
    Authorizing a third party to view the student’s bill is not required by the university

    If none of the suggestions resolve the issue, contact Student Financial Solutions | (858) 822-4727 | [email protected]

  • Dispute a billing statement

    It is possible that your student’s bill may reflect unknown or unexplained charges. Charges on the bill can also reflect items from multiple offices on campus and/or late fees.

    Read about different forms of registration fees (also see registration fees).
    Late fees may be assessed for late payments or for failing to meet registration deadlines.
    Find out about billing due dates.
    Learn about questions or resolve disputes regarding charges on a student’s account.

    Student Financial Solutions | (858) 822-4727 | [email protected]

  • View the enrollment and registration calendar

    The Enrollment and Registration calendar includes such things as availability of schedule of classes, billing statements, registration fee payment deadlines, registration holds and more. It also includes a date by which these things are available, due, or released which can affect late fees and issue of refunds. Knowing these important dates can help explain your student’s billing statement.

    Enrollment and registration calendar
    Late fees
    Schedule of refunds
    Billing questions and disputes

  • Opt in to TRIP – a payment plan

    You can opt to register for the Triton Registration Installment Plan (TRIP), a monthly payment plan.

    Learn about TRIP, including a one-time enrollment fee
    Enroll in TRIP
    Cancel TRIP
    Housing payment plans are available and are separate from TRIP.
    See Residence and Apartment Cost and Billing Payment Schedule

    TRIP | [email protected]
    Housing | [email protected] | (858) 534-4010

  • Waive the student health insurance (UC SHIP & RAFT)
    Note: UC San Diego automatically enrolls all registered students into the UC SHIP program. The UC SHIP must be waived every quarter. Read How to waive UC SHIP (below).

    The UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP) is a comprehensive health plan that provides a full range of medical services for your student. Health insurance is a mandatory condition for enrollment at all University of California campuses. UC San Diego automatically enrolls all registered students into the UC SHIP program.

    Read about UC SHIP

    If your student can demonstrate that they have a comparable medical insurance coverage, your student may be able to opt out of UC SHIP. There are strict guidelines and deadlines regarding this process and your student is not guaranteed to receive a waiver.

    How to waive UC SHIP (includes waiver periods/dates for each quarter)
    How to waive UC SHIP in Spanish
    How to waive UC SHIP in Chinese
    Read deadlines to waive the UC SHIP including late fee if waiving request is past the deadline

    Reduced Access Fee for Tritons (RAFT) allows students who waive UC SHIP to visit Student Health Services (SHS) for many primary care needs without the worry of high costs. Students who waive UC SHIP and do not purchase RAFT must pay the full cost of all services at SHS.

    Read about RAFT

    Student Health Services | (858) 534-2124 | [email protected]

  • Create/load the Triton Card – a prepaid spending account

    Triton Cash allows students to pay for food, laundry, books, and other supplies using their UC San Diego ID card. The Triton Cash Card is accepted at more than 60 locations, on- and off-campus.

    You or your student can use cash, check, credit or debit cards to deposit funds into the student’s Triton Cash account. When the student presents the ID card to a vendor, the purchase amount is subtracted from the Triton Cash account.

    Read about the benefits of using Triton Cash and how it works
    Make a deposit to your student’s existing Triton Cash account

    Triton Card Office | (858) 534-7587 | [email protected]

  • Learn about financial resources for parents

    Learn about undergraduate cost and fees, and other forms of financial support.

    The UC Office of the President on paying for a UC education
    Low-income
    Beyond Grants
    When a student transfers
    Military Veterans

    Financial Aid for parents and families
    UC Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan for low income families
    Middle Class Scholarship Program

    Financial Aid & Scholarships Office | (858) 534-4480 | [email protected]d.edu

  • Retrieve the 1098T form – Tax credits for education expenses

    UC San Diego must report student fee information to the IRS. The University of California has contracted with Tax Credit Reporting Service (TCRS) to electronically produce your student’s Form 1098-T Tuition Statement.

    The 1098-T form is not mailed; it is available online. Each student receives an e-mail notification from TCRS when their 1098-T is available at http://www.1098T.com.

    Read about Education Tax Credits and Forms.

    Tax Credit Reporting Service | (877) 467-3821

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