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Pay no tuition or fees for fall 2022

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Six Easy Steps to Register for Classes

  1. You will receive an email with your registration appointment. Register on or after your appointment date.
  2. Meet with a Counselor
  3. Go to Self-Service
  4. In-person registration go to Admissions & Records in the Robert N. Chang Student Center.  Photo ID required.
  5. Register for Classes
  6. Pay for Classes

need help?

The Admissions & Records Team is here to assist with your registration needs.

For assistance, visit in-person, by email sjcc.admissions@sjcc.edu or call 408-288-3700.

Need a counseling appointment? Have a question for one of your instructors?  We are all here to help you succeed in completing your academic goals. 

 


 

Go to Self-Service to find and register for the classes you want to take for Fall.

In person at the Admissions and Records Office located in the Student Center (You will need to provide your student ID# and a photo ID)

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

The Admissions & Records team is available to assist you with your registration needs.

For assistance you may visit us in-person, by email sjcc.admissions@sjcc.edu or call 408-288-3700.

Need a counseling appointment? Have a question for one of your instructors? Need help registering online for your courses? We are all here to help you succeed in completing your academic goals. Call us during business hours or email us anytime!

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 Let's get started. Watch this video to learn how to register for classes at San José City College. 

Contact Us

  • Information Desk
  • Monday - Thursday
    8 am - 5:30 pm,
    Friday: 9 am - 3 pm

Tips FOR REGISTERING

You must have a current application on file prior to registering for classes. if you try to register without a current application, you will receive the following message on Self-Service : "Student has no registration priority . . . "

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.

Make sure you clear your holds before trying to register

Want to be added to a Waitlist? Check for pre-requisites for any classes you are registering for. Waitlist Rules:

       *   You must meet course prerequisites prior to being added to the waitlist  

       *   You are not permitted to enroll and waitlist for multiple sections of the same course

       *   You will not be placed on the waitlist if there is a course conflict

ADDING  Classes with add authorization

Add Codes are no longer needed. Once the term/semester begins, if you wish to add classes, you will need an Add Authorization from your instructor. You will need to give your Student ID number to your instructor.

You must have a current application on file prior to adding a class. If you try to register without a current application, you will receive the following message on Self-Service "Student has no registration priority . . . "

You can only receive an Add Authorization from your instructor

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

DROPPING A CLASS

It is your responsibility to drop classes you are not attending and do not intend to attend:

Classes must be dropped by the Refund Day (also called "Last Day to Drop for Refund or Credit") to not be charged for the class (see important dates)

A Refund Request must be submitted in order to receive a refund or a credit on your 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 – you are only allowed to attempt a class up to three times