How to enroll at a community college

If you are a California Community College (CCC) or California State University (CSU) undergraduate student, find out how you can enroll in individual UCSD courses through the Cross Enrollment Program.

Make sure you are eligible

  • The Cross Enrollment Program is open to undergraduates only.
  • To be eligible, you must:
    • Have completed at least one term at your home campus as an admitted student
    • Be enrolled for at least 6 units at your home campus for the current term
    • Have a grade point average of 2.0 (grade of C) or higher for work completed
    • Have paid tuition and fees at your home campus for the current term
    • Have completed appropriate academic preparation as determined by UCSD
    • Meet California residency requirements as determined by your home campus
    • Not have been previously disqualified academically from UCSD

    Choose a class

    • Go to UCSD’s Schedule of Classes.
    • Under “Select search term,” select the term during which you plan to attend.
      • Note: If it is Fall Semester on your home campus, you will attend Fall Quarter at UCSD. If it is Spring Semester on your home campus, you will attend Winter or Spring Quarter at UCSD.

      Arrange for academic advising

      • Academic advising is available at your home campus only.
      • Check with your academic advisor to make sure the UCSD course you plan to take will transfer back to your home campus and count toward your degree.

      Obtain approval and verification from your home campus

      • Complete the student portion of the Application for Cross Enrollment (PDF). Be sure to review of the Policies and Procedures for Cross Enrollment (page two of the Application for Cross Enrollment [PDF]).
      • Submit the form to the registrar or other cross enrollment officer at your home campus.
      • After your application is approved, make sure the form has an official signature and is stamped with the school seal. Take the approved application with you to UCSD.
      • If the UCSD course has prerequisites, obtain a copy of your relevant transcripts to show you can meet the requirements.

      Get UCSD approval for the course

      • Take your completed application to the UCSD class when it first meets.
      • Get the instructor’s signature on your application.
      • Contact the UCSD department that sponsors the course to get your application stamped.
      • UCSD approval is valid only for the quarter specified and subject to space availability, deadlines, registration procedures, or other UCSD requirements.

      Submit the completed application to the UCSD Registrar’s Office

      • In person to the Registrar’s Office located in the Student Services Center, 2nd floor (map), or
      • Submit original application by mail:
        UC San Diego
        Office of the Registrar
        9500 Gilman Drive #0022
        La Jolla, CA 92093-0022

      Pay all applicable fees

      • After the Registrar’s Office approves your enrollment, view and pay your bill online.
      • In addition to the non-refundable per-unit fee, you may also be charged for:
        • Computer fees
        • Lab fees
        • Material costs

        You will need your PID (personal ID number) and PAC (personal access code) to use UCSD’s online tools. You receive your PID when you are accepted into the Cross Enrollment Program. Find out how to get your PAC.

        After applying for admission to Barton, follow these easy steps to enroll!

        1. Look Up Classes

        Review the course search for your selected term to learn more about course offerings.

        2. Review Prerequisite Requirements

        Select courses require prerequisites which are listed in the course search linked above. Prerequisite documentation is required for all students, regardless of degree-seeking status. Prerequisite documentation includes transcripts and/or placement test scores.

        3. Submit Test Scores or Schedule Placement Testing

        Students enrolling in Math or English courses without other prerequisite documentation must take a placement test to determine readiness for college level coursework. Barton accepts ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, and other standardized placement scores. Select the links below for your respective campus location.

        4. Contact an Advisor

        All degree seeking students are assigned an advisor; non degree seeking students are assigned to The Advisement Center for academic advisement. We encourage students to review a course schedule and degree planning with an advisor. Advisor name and contact information may be found within your MyBarton Portal.

        5. Enroll

        For students taking classes at the Barton County campus:

        Go to MyBarton Portal and select PAWS to enroll.

        New Students Registration Instructions

        For students taking Barton Online classes:

        Select Enroll Now and follow the enrollment directions.

        Enter your Cougar email ([email protected]) and your birthdate for password. (Enter birthdate in mmddyy format. If birthdate is Jan. 12, 1998, enter 011298.)

        For students attending other Barton campuses:

        Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth locations, enroll using the Barton Online instructions above.

        Barton County – Off Campus locations: enroll by visiting Enrollment Services in the Kirkman Student Activity Center or by phoning Enrollment Services at (620) 792-9252 or contact Karly Little at (620) 792-9294 for on-site enrollment information.

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        How to enroll at a community college

        How to enroll at a community college

        Steps to Become a CCSF Student

        City College is fast becoming the first choice to start higher education, take classes to advance careers and/or explore personal interests and hobbies. No matter the goal, we are excited to have you join our vibrant community.

        How you start at City College depends on who you are and what you want to do. Answer these questions to determine your steps to apply and enroll at City College.

        Contact the Admissions & Student Engagement Team with any questions, comments or issues you may have. They are enrollment experts who are ready to guide you through the admissions steps and help you discover LCC programs or courses.

        Classes and programs are affordable, easily transfer to four-year schools and are taught by faculty who are experts in their fields.

        If you are like most students, you are probably asking:

        What classes or programs are right for me?

        The Admissions and Student Engagement Team can help you explore what LCC has to offer. Also, you can take the Interest Assessment and browse careers. Program and class options are also listed below.

        Can I afford this?

        LCC’s average one year (two semesters), full-time enrollment cost is around $4,300 for an in-district resident and $7,800 for an in-state student. At four-year universities, you could be paying upwards of $10,000 a year in tuition alone. A cost comparison is featured below.

        LCC offers scholarships, grants, work-study and tuition payment plans to help you fund your education. Learn more ways to cover your education costs at lcc.edu/fa.

        What if I’m not comfortable taking classes online?

        Online learning may not be everyone’s first choice. To address this, LCC has taken extra steps in adapting its online courses for all learning styles. While online learning often takes more discipline, LCC faculty, academic success coaches, professional tutors, Library staff, advisors, and student support staff are dedicated to ensuring your success online. We are with you every step of the way.

        Start Here, Transfer There

        Prepare for transfer to four-year universities by completing online general education classes at LCC. Highly transferable classes give you a smart start with high-quality online instruction and low tuition rates.

        General Transfer Program

        • Complete online in four semesters
        • Cost $7,786 In-District
          Cost $14,557 In-State and scholarships available

        Students who start at LCC, then transfer to a four-year university, often save $13,000 to $30,000** on bachelor’s degree programs.

        * This estimate is based on the minimum number of billing hours (61) required for the degree, based on registration rates effective Fall 2020, does not include course fees, online fees or books.
        ** depending on residency, housing options, university tuition and program

        Tuition Comparison

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        Unable to return to your home university? Complete online classes at LCC that transfer back to your home degree program. Contact the admissions and student engagement team to discover classes and create an academic transfer plan that works for you.

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        Steps to Get Started at LCC

        Select your student type below for detailed college enrollment steps. If you’re not sure which category you fall under, complete the general admissions steps.

        How to enroll at a community college

        New, first-time applicants to LCC should apply online, visit campus and meet with the admissions team in the StarZone at the Downtown Campus. Expert staff will guide you through the admissions processes and help you plan your academic journey.

        How to enroll at a community college

        Applicants who have taken courses or earned degrees from other colleges or universities should apply online, submit transcripts to LCC and meet with an advisor to discuss credit equivalencies.

        How to enroll at a community college

        Active and former military members and their dependents should contact LCC’s Gold Star Status Veterans Affairs Department. Expert staff members help you navigate through complex benefits processes and help you discover college credits earned for serving our country.

        How to enroll at a community college

        Applicants who are admitted into the U.S. in a temporary, non-resident status (any type of visa) are considered international students. Refugees, immigrants or resident aliens (green card) are not considered international students.

        How to enroll at a community college

        High school and home schooled students who are interested in taking LCC courses are considered dual enrolled students. Let us help you get a head start on your college journey.

        Creating an account will allow you to learn more about CCC. Once you create an account, you can schedule a campus visit, register for an admissions event, and apply for admission to the college.

        Schedule a campus visit and tour

        Sign up online to attend Central Days or schedule an individual tour, or call the Admissions Office for an appointment. You can also meet with financial aid staff during your campus visit.

        Explore our career and technical education or transfer programs.

        Application for admission

        Complete and submit your application. Applications may be completed and submitted from our website or may be obtained from our admissions offices (listed below) or from high school counselors. Some college programs have special admission requirements and deadlines; you can find out about those by checking with the Admissions Office.

        Send official college transcripts electronically to Central Community College. If you completed college credit at another institution, including dual-credit, request an electronic copy be sent to CCC. Once the transcript is received, CCC will evaluate the courses for possible use towards your program at CCC.

        Apply for Scholarships

        Scholarship application is available online. Please take note of all scholarship deadlines and guidelines.

        Financial Aid

        If you are interested in financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after Oct. 1. CCC’s school code is 014468.

        Housing

        Indicate your interest in on-campus housing on your application for admission. Housing is only available at the Columbus and Hastings campuses.

        Sign up to meet with an advisor and set your class schedule.

        Sign up for New Student Orientation

        Learn more about how to be a successful student at CCC.

        • Fall 2022 semester starts in August – view calendar
        • Spring 2023 semester starts in January – view calendar
        • Summer 2022 session starts in May – view calendar

        For more information, contact the Admissions Office staff or call 308-398-7901.

        Transcript Tip: learn how to submit official transcripts and admission documents.

        2) Log In to My.Hinds

        • My.Hinds is your student account and is the official location for you to manage your student information, financial aid, account balance, class schedule, check your Hinds email, and more.
        • Go to my.hindscc.edu and log in using the instructions in your Welcome Letter.
        • Begin using your My.Hinds account frequently to manage your student information and to check your Hinds email. Your @hindscc.edu email is the official method of communication for Hinds. You can easily sync this email to your phone for quick access.

        3) Apply for Financial Aid

        • Apply early for financial aid in order to avoid missing deadlines. We recommend applying for the following:
          • Federal Aid at fafsa.gov (use school code 002407).
          • State Aid at msfinancialaid.org (for Mississippi residents only).
          • Hinds scholarships – see requirements and deadlines at hindscc.edu/scholarships.
          • Veteran benefits, if applicable. Get started at hindscc.edu/veterans.

          4) Register for Classes

          • Before registering for classes, submit the following:
            • First-time college students must submit official ACT scores or take the Accuplacer.
            • College transfer students must submit an official college transcript showing completion of three credit hours of English and three credit hours of Math. If college credit has not been received in both English and Math, submit official ACT scores or take the Accuplacer.

            5) Your Way to Pay

            • View your itemized statement in My.Hinds. Paper bills are not mailed. Payment is due by the published deadline each semester. View “Important Dates” section.
            • To retain your classes, you must do one of the following by the payment deadline:
              • Have awarded financial aid (federal, state, MPACT, loans, veteran benefits, and/or scholarships) that covers all expenses. You are responsible for any fees not covered by financial aid – OR –
              • Set up an automatic payment plan in your My.Hinds account (see hindscc.edu/automaticpayment) – OR –
              • Pay entire balance with cash, check, or credit card.

              No financial aid will be applied to your account until you are admitted to the College by submitting all required documents as requested by the Office of Admissions.

              6) Living on Campus?

              Residence halls are offered on our Raymond and Utica campuses. Rooms fill on a first come, first serve basis. So apply early!

              New textbook program starts Summer 2022. Merced College is making it easier than ever to get all your textbooks by Day 1 of classes, and to save money in the process!

              Five Easy Steps to Register for Classes at MC:

              First, what type of student are you? I’m .

              • Within 24 hours of submitting your application, you will receive two emails. The second will contain your MC ID number. You will need this number for most services and transactions at Merced College.
              • Video: How to access your MC student portal.

              To help ensure students take the right English and math courses, Merced College uses a Placement Questionnaire (PQ) for course placement in English and Math. Most students will immediately receive placement results based on their answers to the Placement Questionnaire. The questions you will answer pertain to high school GPA, English and math courses taken in high school, and grades in those courses.

              We recommend you refer to your high school transcript to answer the questions accurately. You can only submit the Placement Questionnaire once.

              How to take the Placement Questionnaire:

              1. Find your high school transcript (Recommended for more accurate placement). See instructions on how to obtain your high school transcript (pdf).
              2. Log into the Merced College Portal using your username and password, go to WebAdvisor for students, then Academic Profile, then Placement Questionnaire (PQ). For help, view detailed instructions on how to log in (pdf).
              3. Open the Placement Questionnaire (PQ)
              4. Answer the questions to the Placement Questionnaire
              5. Check your responses for accuracy (Responses to the Placement Questionnaire will be randomly verified using official transcripts.)
              6. Submit your responses at the end of the Placement Questionnaire by checking the confirmation box and selecting on the “Submit” button.

              Get Help with the Placement Questionnaire

              Hands-on Help: You can go to the Welcome Center in the Lesher Building, Room 102 (lower level) for assistance with the Placement Questionnaire. Please bring your high school transcript (either official or unofficial) to answer the questions. View the contact page for Welcome Center office hours.

              FAQs: Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page

              You can complete orientation in one of the following two ways:

              Note: For online orientation, you will need to login to access the orientation and get credit.

              Before registering for classes, every new Merced College student should schedule to meet with a counselor. A counselor will review your Placement Questionnaire and help you understand where you have placed.

              A counselor will also help you plan the courses you will take your first semester (Abbreviated Educational Plan). Please bring a copy of your unofficial high school transcripts when you meet with a counselor.

              Make an appointment to see a counselor.

              • Once you complete ALL steps you will receive a Priority Registration Date.
              • Need help registering for classes? Attend a Registration Workshop.
              • Just looking? Use Guest Search .
              • Video: How to Search for Classes in your MC Portal
              • Video: How to Schedule and Register for Classes in your MC Portal

              Need Assistance or More Information?

              • See the Merced College New Student Handbook for detailed information about these steps to registration.

              Video Tutorials on How to Enroll at Merced College

              Video: How to Complete the Placement Questionnaire

              Video: How to Access your MC Portal

              Video: How to Search for Classes in your MC Portal

              Video: How to Register and Schedule for Classes in your MC Portal

              Helpful Tips

              Students with 15 or more units completed at Merced College must also complete a Comprehensive Ed Plan to receive priority registration.

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              The foundation of a successful career begins here. Complete your application today.

              Tour Our Campus

              Merced College welcomes you to visit our main campus in Merced or our Los Banos campus. Find information about scheduling campus tours, view campus maps, and more.

              How to enroll at a community college

              It’s quick, it’s easy and there’s no application fee. Even better, if you have applied in the last two years, you don’t have to apply again.

              When your application is processed, you’ll get an email that includes your JCCC ID number and login information.

              Complete Your Personal Admission Plan
              These requirements must be completed before you can enroll in classes.

              Register Your Email and Select a Personal Password

              Your acceptance email contained a temporary password. To activate your student email (stumail), update your account with a personal password.

              How to enroll at a community college

              Apply for Financial Aid

              • Apply for FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov.
              • Use 008244 as the JCCC school code.
              • Log in to your MyJCCC student account to view your financial aid status. for important dates and deadlines.
              • Don’t forget to also apply for JCCC scholarships! 

              How to enroll at a community college

              Attend New Student Orientation

              • If this is your first time in college, you must attend an orientation before you can enroll.
              • If you’re a new or transfer JCCC I-20 student, you must contact the International and Immigrant Student Services office at [email protected] for orientation requirements and important deadlines. 

              How to enroll at a community college

              Complete Any Placement Tests or Prove Prerequisites

              • Some courses at JCCC require placement testing or completion of a prerequisite course prior to enrollment.
              • Visit the Testing Services webpage for information on placement testing and study guides
              • If you need disability accommodations for placement testing, see Access Services.
              • If you have completed prerequisites somewhere else, you must send your official transcript to us or review an unofficial transcript with a JCCC counselor. It may take up to four weeks for us to evaluate your official transcript.

              How to enroll at a community college

              Meet with a Counselor

              • Make an appointment for assistance with academic advising, transfer information, personal and/or career counseling.
              • You may call 913-469-3809 to make an appointment or visit the Counseling webpage.

              How to enroll at a community college

              Enroll

              • Log in to your MyJCCC account.
              • Enrollment dates and drop deadlines are available when you log in.
              • If a course you want to enroll in is full, you can join a waitlist.

              How to enroll at a community college

              Pay Your Tuition

              • Tuition must be paid by the deadline. See the academic calendar dates when you log in to MyJCCC.
              • Pay online by logging into MyFinances or by mailing payment to the Bursar’s Office.

              How to enroll at a community college

              Get Your JCCC ID Card

              A JCCC ID card is required to access library materials, use the campus fitness center and take advantage of free tutoring and study support at the academic resource centers.

              How to enroll at a community college

              Buy Your Books

              Buy textbooks online or in person at the JCCC Bookstore, Student Center, 1st floor.

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              By registering for classes at Johnson County Community College (JCCC), you agree to assume financial responsibility for all charges billed to your student account. In order to avoid financial responsibility, if you decide not to attend a class, you must officially drop that class within the stated refund periods.

              Admissions

              • Apply
              • Campus Visit
              • Early College
              • Credit Enrollment
                • Enrollment Instructions
                • Dates and Deadlines
                • Holds and Errors
                • Student Responsibilities
                • Dropping Credit Classes
                • Pass/Fail Grade Option
                • Auditing Classes
                • Self-Paced Classes
                • Reinstatement when Dropped
                • Verification of Credit Enrollment
                • Archived Course Schedules
                • Reading Readiness
                • Waitlist Procedures
                • Age 60+

                Phone: 913-469-3803
                Fax: 913-469-2300
                Location: Second floor, Student Center

                How to enroll at a community college

                If you have never attended college before, PCC is a great place to start! Follow the steps below to become a student and start your college career.

                Apply to PCC

                Complete the application for new students. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. You’ll receive an acceptance email with your username and student ID number.

                Complete the orientation

                Learn the basics about PCC in the New Student Orientation. Log in with the username and student ID number from your acceptance email. The orientation takes about 30 minutes.

                Plan your first term
                1. Set up your MyPCC account: use the first time user link on the MyPCC login page to get an account setup code. Create a password, and you’ll be ready to use MyPCC!
                2. Give us more info about your academic history. We use this info to recommend your first term classes: we call this process “placement”.

                More than 7 years since high school?
                Take a placement test »

                Register for classes

                Sign up for a New Student Advising and Registration Session. At this session, you’ll use MyPCC to register for classes.
                Need help completing these steps? Not sure what to do next? Contact an Enrollment Advisor.

                Paying for college

                How to enroll at a community college

                Payment is due two weeks before the term begins. The sooner you apply for financial aid, the better! Learn more: paying for college »

                Student with prior college credit

                Have you taken classes at another college and want to continue your education with us? Complete these steps for a smooth transition to PCC.

                Apply to PCC

                Complete the application for new students. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. You’ll receive an acceptance email with your username and student ID number.

                Complete the orientation

                Learn the basics about PCC in the New Student Orientation. Log in with the username and student ID number from your acceptance email. The orientation takes about 30 minutes.

                Plan your first term
                1. Set up your MyPCC account: use the first time user link on the MyPCC login page to get an account setup code. Create a password, and you’ll be ready to use MyPCC! : to get into most college classes, you’ll need to show that you’ve taken college-level reading, writing, and math. : we recommend meeting with an advisor to plan your first term of classes.
                Register for classes

                You can register in MyPCC when your registration time opens. See more about registering for classes.
                Need help completing these steps? Not sure what to do next? Contact an Enrollment Advisor.

                Paying for college

                How to enroll at a community college

                Payment is due two weeks before the term begins. The sooner you apply for financial aid, the better! Learn more: paying for college »

                Returning to PCC

                Have you attended PCC before, but it’s been more than a year since you’ve taken a credit class? Follow these steps to reactivate your account.

                Apply to PCC

                Complete the application for new students. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. You’ll receive an acceptance email with your username and student ID number.

                Complete the orientation

                See what’s changed since the last time you were here in the New Student Orientation. Log in with the username and student ID number from your acceptance email. The orientation takes about 30 minutes.

                Plan your first term
                1. Set up your MyPCC account: if it’s been longer than a year since you’ve logged in, use the first time user link on the MyPCC login page to get an account setup code. Create a new password, and you’ll be ready to use MyPCC! : we recommend meeting with an advisor to plan your first term of classes.
                Register for classes

                You can register in MyPCC when your registration time opens. See more about registering for classes.
                Need help completing these steps? Not sure what to do next? Contact an Enrollment Advisor.

                Earn credit while in high school

                If you haven’t yet completed a high school diploma or GED®, you’ll follow the application steps for your specific program.

                Apply to PCC

                Complete the application for new students. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. You’ll receive an acceptance email with your username and student ID number.

                Learn about programs for high schoolers

                PCC has several programs for students who haven’t yet completed a high school diploma or GED®.

                • Take college classes at your high school: Dual Credit
                • Take college classes at PCC: Expanded Options Program, High School Credit Recovery
                • Earn a diploma (or GED®) at PCC: Gateway to College, YES to College, Beaverton Early College, Jefferson Middle College
                • See all programs for high school students »
                Talk to a specialist

                To figure out which program is a good fit for you, schedule an appointment. We’ll help you choose your path and plan your next steps.

                Paying for college

                How to enroll at a community college

                Payment is due two weeks before the term begins. The sooner you apply for financial aid, the better! Learn more: paying for college »

                Questions?

                How to enroll at a community college

                Connect with our Admissions Team for one-on-one assistance or group requests.

                Tutorials for new students

                How to enroll at a community college

                The admissions process is different for:

                  : improve your English skills : earn a high school equivalency certificate : seeking F-1 Visa to study in the US : specialized non-credit continuing education opportunities
                  : non-credit classes to enrich your life

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                Tell us where you’re coming from, and we’ll help you get started.

                Steps to Enroll for First Time in College Students

                Welcome to Lane! We're glad you've chosen to enroll as a credit student at Lane. By following these Steps to Enroll, you'll be on your way to fulfilling your academic dreams!

                Steps to Enroll for Students with Prior College Experience

                Welcome to Lane! We're glad you've chosen to enroll as a credit student at Lane. By following these Steps to Enroll, you will continue to fulfill your academic dreams! Remember, when you enroll early, your chances of getting the classes you need increase. So please do not wait until the last minute to enroll.

                Readmission

                Are you coming back to Lane after four or more terms? You need to reapply, but we’ll make sure it feels like you never left.

                Steps to Enroll as a Continuing Education Student

                Try one of our personal enrichment or professional development courses, no degree required.

                Steps to Enroll for International Students

                We are excited to welcome you to Eugene! Please read the instructions below to get ready to come to Lane Community College!

                Steps to Enroll for non-degree students

                If you'd like to take a class at Lane, but don't need a degree, there's just three steps for you to get started. Remember, the earlier you enroll, the more likely you are to get the classes you need and want, so don’t wait until the last minute to enroll!