What is Summer/Fall Registration?SRJC is making it possible for students to register early for Summer and Fall Classes! Students will be able to register for both Summer and Fall at the same time in April 2018. This will allow students to plan ahead and register for two semesters at once.
Who Qualifies?Summer/Fall Registration is open to all students enrolled at SRJC, but will benefit students with an educational plan the most. They will already know which classes they need to take if they're following their educational plan and making academic progress. Students who are eligible for priority registration can access their registration dates in their student portal.
When will I be able to view the summer and fall class schedule?
The summer and fall class schedules will be available early March 2018.
How will I know if I have priority registration?
Students can access their priority registration dates in early March 2018 by checking their student portal. If you are not assigned a priority registration date, open registration begins Friday, April 27, 2018 at 7:00 am.
Can I still see a counselor early and get early bird priority 3?
Yes, students in Priority groups 4 and 5 should meet with their counselor before Thursday, March 29, 2018 to obtain Early Bird Priority 3 registration.
When will I get to register for classes?
Priority registration begins in early April 2018. Therefore, students need to check their student portal in early March 2018 to view their registration priorty date and time. If you are not assigned a priority registration date, open registration begins April 27, 2018 at 7:00 am.
When do I have to pay for my classes?
Students can register for summer and fall at the same time and defer their enrollment fees.
Will the Promise Grant (formally BOG Fee Waiver) be available in time to register for summer and fall?
Yes, it is anticipated that Promise Grant forms for 2018-19 will be available in mid-February.
Does registering earlier mean the bookstore will have the textbooks available earlier for purchase?
The bookstore will begin to acquire textbooks as soon as our faculty submit their requirements for an upcoming term. The bookstore has a vast online presence, and works with several vendors to ensure books are available as quickly as possible. After registering, students can determine if the bookstore has their textbooks in-stock by visiting one of the bookstore websites.
When can I get my student ID card?
Students who register for summer or fall in April, can obtain their student ID card at the Student Life Office: https://studentlife.santarosa.edu/welcome-student-life. Students can also pick up validation and activities fee stickers for both semesters.
I’m on academic probation 2 or dismissal. Will I receive priority registration?
Students on probation 2 or dismissal may not be eligible for priority registration. It is recommended that students meet with their counselor to determine their eligibility. Students without priority registration may be able to register on April 27, 2018 at 7:00 am during open registration.
I have taken over 100 units at SRJC. Will I receive priority registration?
Students with 100 units or more completed or in progress may lose priority registration. However, it is recommended that students meet with their counselor to determine their eligibility. Students without priority registration may be able to register on April 27, 2018 at 7:00 am during open registration.
I’m currently a high school student, and plan to take classes at SRJC before I graduate. How will summer and fall registration affect this?
All high school concurrent students with the appropriate forms on file with Admissions and Records will receive Priority 6, which begins on April 26, 2018 at 7:00 a.m. High school students must complete the Online Application for Admisson and the High School Concurrent Enrollment Request Form, indicate the terms (summer or fall) and classes that they wish to enroll in. For more information about high school concurrent enrollment, please visit: https://admissions.santarosa.edu/high-school-concurrent-enrollment-students.
Will a student who graduates from high school in May or June be able to submit their AB 540 Form 2 to 3 months before graduation for the Summer/Fall registration period?
Even though we cannot accept AB 540 forms from students until after they have graduated from high school, students can still register for summer and/or fall semesters during registration priority in April. The registration fees charged will temporarily include non-resident fees. Students do not have to pay these fees at the time of registration and should opt for the defer/pay fees later option. After high school graduation, students may submit the AB540 forms to the Admissions & Records Offices, and if the student meets the AB540 requirements, the non-resident fees will be reversed and removed from their account.
If a high school senior has not heard if they are accepted at a university, or they have not decided on whether to attend SRJC, should they still register for classes for summer/fall in April?
Yes, it's best for high school students to reserve a seat in classes just in case they decide to come to SRJC. Students don't have to pay any fees right away, and if something changes, they can drop the SRJC classes before school starts with no penalty.
Will classes still have waitlists?
Yes, many classes will have a wait list. Students can reserve a seat on a wait list during their priority registration or during open registration.
Can I appeal if I do not receive a priority registration appointment?
Yes. An appeals policy and process is available for students who:
Lose enrollment priority due to extenuating circumstances-documentation must be attached.
Are enrolled in a high unit major.
Are disabled and applied for but did not receive timely reasonable accommodations-requires approval from the Disability Resource Department (DRD) Dean.
Are disabled students who must have priority to meet ADA accommodations-requires approval from the DRD Dean.
Demonstrated significant academic improvement but are still on academic and/or progress probation or dismissal.
Students may petition using the following form: Priority Registration & BOG Fee Waiver Reinstatement Petition.
Can I register for a course if the prerequisite course is a class I am currently in but have not completed yet?
Yes, if a student is currently enrolled in the prerequisite course at SRJC, they may register for the next course before final grades are posted. Beginning with summer and fall registration, if a student is taking the course at another college, they will need to submit a Prerequisite Equivalency Form, attaching proof that they are currently enrolled in the class. Students will be required to provide an official transcript once they have completed the course at the college. Once grades are posted for the current semester, students will be dropped from the course if they do not pass the prerequisite class with a grade of “C” or higher or if they fail to provide proof of course completion at another institution before the semester begins.