If you are a
new student, completion of assessment, orientation, and a student educational plan will be needed to maintain early registration. You can find the assessment, orientation, student educational plan (SEP), and petition deadlines for registration priority in the
class schedule. For future term deadline dates can also be found in the class schedule. You are also strongly encouraged to identify a course of study (major).
If you are a
continuing student, you are encouraged to identify a course of study and develop an educational plan with a counselor. Make an appointment with a counselor if you have not completed an educational plan.
Continuing students must also follow these guidelines so that they will not be in danger of receiving a later registration appointment:
- Maintain good academic standing and earn a grade point average of a 2.0.
- Maintain good progress by enrolling in courses you are sure you can finish. You must complete at least 50% of your courses each semester.
- Select classes carefully.
If you exceed 100 degree applicable units, you may receive a later registration appointment. The 100 unit limit does not include non-degree applicable English as a Second Language or basic skills courses.
In some circumstances, students may be temporarily exempted from the 100 unit limit. See a counselor if you will be over 75 degree applicable units.