Register for Classes

Registering for Classes

Students may register for classes by one of the following:

  • Online:        Log on to MyWeb (preferred)

  • Phone:        call (408) 223-0300

  • In-person:   at Admissions & Records, 1st floor Student Center

You will receive an email with your registration appointment – you may register at any time starting with your appointment date and time.

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TIPS FOR REGISTERING

  • All students must have a current application on file prior to registering for classes

  • Work with a counselor early to determine which classes you need to take

  • Register for classes as soon as you are able to

  • You will receive an email with your registration appointment– you may register at any time starting with your appointment date and time

  • Make sure you clear your holds before trying to register

  • Check to see if there are pre-requisites for the classes you are registering for

ADDING A CLASS

Once the term/semester begins, students wishing to add classes will need an add code from their instructor.

  • All students must have a current application on file prior to adding

  • Students may obtain an add code only from the instructor

  • If the add code is entered (online or by phone) and the class is not added, a new add code will be necessary

  • Classes must be added by the deadline to add classes (see important dates)

DROPPING A CLASS

It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes that they are not attending and do not intend to attend.

  • Classes must be dropped by the “Refund Day” to not be charged for the class (see important dates)

  • A refund request must be submitted in order to receive a refund of a credit on a student account

    *Classes must be dropped by the last day to drop without a W to not receive a W or any academic record (see important dates)

  • Classes must be dropped by the last day to drop with a W to receive a W (see important dates)

    *Classes dropped with a W count as a class attempted but not completed – students are only allowed to attempt a class up to three times
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