REGISTER FOR CLASSES
Registration Priority The registration priorities have changed. Click on the link to review the new priorities. If you are a continuing or returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or you have been on two consecutive semesters of probation or dismissal you no longer receive registration priority. If you are in one of these categories, you may appeal to receive a better registration date by completing a Registration Appointment Appeal form within the filing period. The filing period is as follows:
Summer: March 15-31
Fall: April 1-15
Spring: November 1-15
You must have documented extenuating circumstances that will support your request for a change in registration date. Appeals without documented extenuating circumstances will be denied.
Academic Calendar 2013-14
Students must register online using WebAdvisor.
Before enrolling in classes, you must:
1. Complete an Application for Admission (online); and
Instructions for how to apply.
2. If you are a new student, complete orientation, assessment and then enroll in Coun-108 to plan your schedule with a counselor.
Students have the greatest chance of success if they participate in assessment, orientation and counseling (enroll in Couns-108). New students must complete these steps before they register.
Use the link to obtain registration instructions on how to register online.
How do I register?
You may register for a class up until the night before it starts, provided space is available. Once classes begin you can register late with instructor permission using a late add code. For instructions, click here. Late registration is limited to the first two weeks of the semester for semester-length classes or the 10% date for short-term classes. If you are enrolled in a short-term class, please ask your instructor for the last day to register.