Special Registration Information

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IMPORTANT DATES:

2023 Winter Sessions

January 3, 2023 – January 24, 2023

2023 Spring Semester

January 25, 2022 – May 23, 2023

Registration Guide (.pdf)– A comprehensive how-to guide to get from acceptance to academic advisement through enrollment to graduation.

Student Type Registration Start Dates
Students with 45 or more units 10/17/22
Students with 31-44 units 10/18/22
Students with 16-30 units 10/19/22
Students with 0-15 units 10/20/22
Continuing Non-Degree 11/14/22
Readmit – Good Standing 10/21/22
Readmit – Probation 10/24/22
Open registration 11/14/22 thru 1/24/2023
Tuesday November 29, 2022 Registration Rush Colston Hall Lower Level Continuing Students 10am to 4pm
Wednesday November 30, 2022 Bronco Check-in Colston Hall Lower Level New Students 10am to  4pm
Thursday December 1, 2022 Registration

Rush

Colston Hall Lower Level Continuing Students 10am to  4pm
Tuesday December 13, 2022 Registration Rush Colston Hall Lower Level Continuing Students 10am to 6pm
Wednesday December 14, 2022 Bronco Check-in Colston Hall Lower Level New Students 10am to  4pm
Thursday December 15, 2022 Registration Rush Colston Hall Lower Level Continuing Students 10am to  6pm
Tuesday January 10, 2023 Registration Rush Colston Hall Lower Level All Students 10am to 4pm
Wednesday January 11, 2023 Bronco Check – in Colston Hall Lower Level New Students 10am to 6pm
Thursday January 12, 2023 Registration Rush Colston Hall Lower Level Continuing Students 10am to  4pm
Tuesday January 17, 2023 Combined Colston Hall Lower Level All Students 10am to 4pm
Wednesday January 18, 2023 Combined Colston Hall Lower Level All Students 10am to 4pm
Thursday January 19, 2023 Combined Colston Hall Lower Level All Students 10am to 6pm
Monday January 23, 2023 Combined Colston Hall Lower Level All Students 10am to 4pm
Tuesday January 24, 2023 Combined Colston Hall Lower Level All Students 10am to 4pm

Modes of Instruction

(Revised 3/2021)

Value Description Definition
P In-Person In an In-Person class, all required class meetings occur on campus, during scheduled class meeting times. Contact includes instruction, learning activities, and interactions (both student-student and student-instructor). An In-Person class where material is provided online, via a learning management system or website, does not displace any of the required contact hours that would normally occur in a scheduled In-Person class. Assignment deadlines and exams days/times are maintained and included on the class syllabus. All In-Person class meeting days/times must be listed in the schedule of classes.
H Hybrid In a Hybrid class, online contact hours (synchronous* or asynchronous**) displaces some portion of the required contact hours that would normally take place in a scheduled in-person (face-to-face) class. Contact includes instruction, learning activities, and interactions (both student-student and student-instructor). A hybrid class is designed to integrate face-to-face and online activities so that they reinforce, complement, and elaborate one another, instead of treating the online component as an add-on or duplicate of what is taught in the classroom. Assignment deadlines and exams days/times are maintained and included on the class syllabus. All In-person and synchronous online class meeting days/times must be listed in the schedule of classes for students.
O Fully Online In an Online class (synchronous* or asynchronous**), all required contact hours are online. Contact includes instruction, learning activities, and interactions (both student-student and/or student-instructor). All the class work, examinations, quizzes, writing assignments, lab work, etc. are fully online. All Synchronous class meeting days/times must be listed in the schedule of classes for students.

*Synchronous: Synchronous classes meetings resemble traditional on-campus In-Person classes in that students must be (virtually) present at the same time. Though they are conducted virtually, synchronous classes meet in real-time. Students must commit to scheduled class times and sign onto their virtual learning platform on schedule. During these classes, students will engage with the instruction during online lessons and presentations and even have virtual class discussions. Assignment deadlines and exams days/times are maintained and included on the class syllabus. All Synchronous class meeting days/times must be listed in the schedule of classes for students.

**Asynchronous: Asynchronous class meetings do not require you to log in to your virtual classroom at a specified time. Students do not have to follow a strict schedule to engage in live classes or discussions, and the only requirement regarding when they turn in their work is the assignment deadline, not an arbitrary timeline. Assignment deadlines and exams days/times are maintained and included on the class syllabus. Per best practices, instructors should create non-mandatory opportunities for live interactions with and among students.

Please check the section notes for the courses that you intend to enroll for more detailed information on the meeting expectations for the courses.

The courses in the list below are designated as Hyflex. Hyflex courses provide students choice in how to participate in class from session to session. The modalities available vary from course to course, please check the course section notes or contact the course instructor for more details about the Hyflex course, including the available modalities. A student may choose to attend all class sessions in person, all online, or a combination of both.

Winter & Spring 2023 Hyflex Course Schedule (.pdf)

Winter 2023 If student registers Payment Due Dates
11/23/22 or before 12/6/2022
11/24/22 – 12/27/22 12/27/2022
12/28/22 or later Immediately
Spring 2023 If student registers Payment Due Dates
. 12/16/22 or before 1/18/2023
12/17/22 – 1/18/23 1/18/2023
1/19/23 or later Immediately
Registration Payment Due Dates
Change of Program 1/25/23 Immediately

All students must be advised prior to registering for classes. Once advised, student’s advisement service indicator (AAA hold) will be cleared for registration.

Advisement for Continuing Students:

  1. Advisement in the Academic Departments and Academic Success Center – 10/17/22 – 12/09/22
  2. Advisement will continue with the Academic Success Center – 12/09/22 – 01/24/23
  3. General Advisement & Registration virtual counter link for continuing students: https://kiosk.na4.qless.com/kiosk/app/home/254?queues=1476

Advisement Departments

Girls in libraryRegistration Information for Non-Degree Students or Visiting Students

If you are currently enrolled in a degree program at another college or university, have a bachelor’s degree, or would like to just take some credit courses for now, you may apply and register for courses.

Students will need to fill out a visiting student application, pay the processing fee, and submit documentation, such as transcripts or permits from home colleges.

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