Priority or early registration is given to Continuing Students who have completed the core components required for early registration. The core components consist of
Even if a student is exempt from these core components, the student may complete any of the components to increase the probability of academic success.
First-term priority registration includes assessment, orientation, and counseling/advising; continuing priority registration includes the completion of a Student Educational Plan.
This table reflects a combination of State or Federal mandated groups, priorities that align with the College Mission and the goal of increasing student success and completion. Overall, students must have completed orientation, assessment, and have met with a counselor for initial early registration and have completed a Student Educational Plan (SEP) for subsequent early registration.
You may be given early registration status if you complete the following steps:
Students can view their early registration appointments via the web. See How to Check Your Registration Status for full instructions.
You may also inquire at your local campus office, or at the Office of Counseling, or at ACCESS Programs at the Ridgecrest / IWV campus. You may register at the time shown or anytime thereafter that the system is available. Your registration will not be accepted prior to the scheduled time. Early registration notification will not be mailed.
The electronic waitlist allows students to be placed on a waitlist when registering if the course is full. It also moves waitlisted students into a course when seats become available. If seats become available and students are moved into the course, they are automatically registered for the course and sent an email notification to their college-assigned email address of their registration and informed that enrollment fees are due. For more information, visit the college’s waitlist page.
All courses are closed for enrollment after the first week of class. Late adds are granted for extenuating circumstance only. Examples of verifiable extenuating circumstances may be: accidents, illness, death of an immediate family member, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. A late add petition must be signed by the student, instructor, and the Vice President of Instruction. Documentation of extenuating circumstance will be required.