Academic Registration

For Summer and Fall 2017: Traditional Undergraduate and Professional Studies students: begins April 10; Graduate students:  begins April 17.

Preparing for Registration

Academic Advisement: Meet with your academic advisor or coordinator (grad students). An “Advisor Hold” will prohibit you from registering until you meet with them. If you lost or forgot your Password or ID Number: Please contact the Help Desk in the IT (Information Technology) Office: 714-556-3610 x6500
Holds: You will not be allowed to register if you have any holds. Go to to check. Pre-Requisites: Make sure you have met all pre-requisites for courses you plan to register for. Pre-Requisites can be found in the catalog.
Registration Dates by class for Spring 2017  Information for Internet Explorer 10 users

Ready to Register Questions:
Disabling Pop Up Blockers Online Registration: Step by Step Guide
OnlineRegistrationFAQ Online Registration: Printable Quickguide
Web Registration Waitlist

Additional Information

Closed Classes: Contact the Department in which the class is housed for information on waiting lists. You can find the closed class list on the Course Schedules page. Conference Courses & Indivicual Studies: Pick up forms in the Office of the Registrar; additional signatures required.
Registering for Over 18 units: Contact the department of your major prior to registration week for permission to register online for over 18 units. Registration week and thereafter, submit an Add form to the office of the Registrar after procuring the signature of the Department Chair. Seniors: Are you planning to finish your degree requirements in May or Summer 2017? Turn in your application for graduation to the Department of your major by December 1, 2016.
Permission of Instructor Required: Contact the department in which the course is housed to obtain permission to register. Financial Registration Deadline:

Voter Registration

The Higher Education Act Amendments of 1998 requires colleges and universities to make a good faith effort to make voter registration forms available to you. We support this legislation and are meeting our obligation by allowing you to connect with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and the California Secretary of State. Additionally, hard copy forms are available at the Library and the Registrar’s office.

Students can register to vote in California at the California Secratary of State Website. From this site students can complete their registration online, or print a registration form and mail it directly to their local elections official.