Spring 2021 Registration Dates
Registration dates are determined by a students’ number of completed units, enrollment in special programs, and/or registration eligibility.
The fastest way to register is online through Self-Service. Look for the “WCC Self-Service” tile in your Student Portal. Avoid long lines and have the best selection of classes by registering online on your priority date!
Priority Registration for Spring 2021
|Day||Eligibility||Priority Registration Date|
|1||DSPS, EOPS, CalWORKS, Veteran, and Foster Youth||Monday, November 16, 2020|
|2||Continuing students near graduation or transfer|
(verified by a counselor using a special priority form),
Athletes, TRiO, Student Government Officials
|Tuesday, November 17, 2020|
|3||Continuing students in Good Standing with 50-89.5 units*||Wednesday, November 18, 2020|
|4||Continuing students in Good Standing with 30-49.5 units*||Thursday, November 19, 2020|
|5||Continuing students in Good Standing with 12-29.5 units and Jump Start/Quick Reg (JS/QR not applicable to Spring term)*||Friday, November 20, 2020|
|6||Continuing students in Good Standing with fewer than 12 YCCD degree applicable units and first time students who are fully matriculated||Monday, November 23, 2020|
Remaining Registration Dates
|Tuesday, November 24, 2020||Students with more than 90 YCCD degree applicable units (who are not near graduation/transfer), students on probation|
|Wednesday, November 25, 2020||Students who have not matriculated|
|Monday, December 7, 2020||Dual enrollment students (for courses taught on college campus sites and high school sites)|
Dual Enrollment Registration– High school students who have completed the EIGHTH grade, submitted an admission application and a High School Recommendation form, and have written permission from a parent or guardian then those high school designees may register on Monday, December 7, 2020.
Tuition Fee Waivers: If you have not already done so, apply for an tuition fee waiver BEFORE registering for classes. Complete the FAFSA or California Dream Act application to see if you qualify for financial assistance.
Attend First Day of Class: Make sure to attend the first day of class in order to avoid being dropped! Information and expectations presented in the first class meeting are critical to successfully participate in each class. If the class has a Wait List, students enrolled in that class who do not attend the first day may be dropped.
Do Not Assume Instructors Will Automatically Drop You: Although you may be dropped for non-attendance, ultimately students Are responsible for dropping themselves to qualify for a fee refund and avoid F grades.