Registration Resources

Registration Resources

Need help with registering, paying for classes, or planning your schedule? Use these quick tips and resources:

What classes should I take?

If you have identified a degree or certificate program, use Degree Audit to view program requirements and class options. Degree Audit also allows you to track your progress towards degree/certificate completion to ensure you are staying on track. 

If you are undecided on which degree or certificate is the right choice for you; Career Services in the Student Affairs and Success Center (SA 104) is a great place to start by getting assistance with career advising, assessments and more.

What classes are available?

Use Class Finder!  Class Finder allows users to search for classes based on department, campus location, time of day, and more.  Course descriptions, class enrollment and waitlist status, instructor information and credit information are all listed within the class information through this online tool.

Using Waitlists: If one of your required or desired classes is full, then adding yourself to the waitlist is a recommended option to hold your place in line.  Enrolled students frequently drop their classes throughout registration, when space becomes available the next student on the waitlist is enrolled automatically.  * please remember to check your waitlist frequently and to pay your tuition once enrolled.

How and when do I pay tuition?

Check out the Pay for College page for more information about all of the funding available to cover tuition, fees and books.

Remember: tuition is due four business days after you register for classes and in early August for fall quarter classes.

Where do I go for help with other registration, advising and funding related questions?

For all other questions or concerns related to accessing registration, advising and community resources as well as identifying funding options, please contact the Career, Advising and Completion Centers.

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