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Registration information

Log on to eServices to:

  • Add or drop classes
  • View your priority registration appointment date
  • Check your fees/make payment
  • View and print your class schedule
  • Check your grades
  • Plus many other functions

Helpful Information:
eServices password hints
eServices basic instructions
Guidelines and tips when you're waitlisted for a class
Tips for success in online courses
Tips on registering for classes (with video)
District registration dates


Adding Classes

Before the start of the semester during priority and open registration, you may add classes online using eServices or in person at the Admissions and Records office. If the class is full, you may join a waitlist.  

Waitlist
A waitlist becomes available when a class is filled and closed to further enrollment. A student may place their name on a waitlist at the time of registration. Waitlisted students must be present at the first meeting of the class. Make sure to check your waitlist status to see if you've been added to the class. After the system enrolls a waitlisted student, the student must pay the enrollment fees immediately or be dropped for non-payment. Remember, being on a waitlist does not mean you are enrolled in the class.

Waitlist Eligibility
There is a 12-unit waitlist limitation for fall or spring semesters and 5 unit limitation in the summer. You must not already be enrolled in another section of the same course.

Permission Number
Although waitlisted students receive first consideration for availability in classes, it's still possible for other students to try to add classes once the semester begins. If there is space available, the instructor will give out a permission number. Students can add the class online using this permission number and the class number. The permission number is valid for the first two weeks of a full-semester class. If you were on a waitlist, make sure to drop yourself from the waitlist first and then add the class with the permission number.

Late Adds
After the semester has started and enrollment deadlines pass, students can no longer be added to a waitlist nor transferred from a waitlist to the class roster. Students must fill out a late add petition form and send it to the Admissions and Records office to add a class.

Dropping Classes

It is your responsibility to drop from any class you do not plan to attend or are no longer attending. Instructors may or may not drop students for non-attendance. You may drop classes using eServices or by submitting a drop request form with the Admissions & Records office. Deadlines for dropping classes and any resulting penalties are listed on the Academic Calendar.  Students who drop from classes after the deadline for the last day to drop for a refund/credit are responsible for all fees. Adding, dropping, or withdrawing classes may affect:

  • Financial aid
  • Veterans' benefits
  • International student status
  • Academic standing
  • Athletic eligibility

See a counselor or the appropriate department for assistance before making changes to your schedule.

Unit Limitations

A student is considered full-time when they are enrolled in 12+ units for the fall or spring semesters (6 units in the summer). The maximum unit load is 18 units for fall or spring semesters. Students who wish to enroll in more than 18 units must complete a petition for exceeding unit limit with a counselor prior to adding additional units.  Any classes that are over the unit limit must be added at the Admissions &  Records counter along with approved petition.