Enrollment Priority Changes for Fall 2014 Registration

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Registration dates and times will continue to be assigned on or around the following dates each semester:
Summer April 1st
Fall July 1st
Winter/Spring October 1st
Registration date and time information for each term will be sent to your College of the Canyons student email account at the time registration dates are assigned. If you do not receive an email, please log in to My Canyons and click on My Registration Time to view your registration date.
 
The below changes will be in effect for Fall 2014 registration.
 
Students will now register for courses according to an enrollment priority system. As defined by Title V regulations, College of the Canyons establishes priority enrollment based on Level 1, 2, and 3. You will be able to register on or after your assigned date and time.
 
In order to understand the College of the Canyons registration process, you must know your status as a student with regards to the following definitions used in this procedure.
 
Student Type:
Veterans- all students identified by the Reentry and Veteran's Program as a Veteran.
Foster Youth- all students identified by the Foster Youth Liaison as a current or former foster youth.
EOPS/CARE- students identified by the Extended Opportunities Program and Services office and CARE program.
DSPS- students identified by the Disabled Students Program and Services office.
CalWorks- students identified by the CalWorks office, located in EOPS.
Matriculated- students who have completed orientation and placement.
Continuing- students who have continuously enrolled at College of the Canyons without missing a primary term.
Returning- students who have stopped attending College of the Canyons, missed one or more primary terms, then returned to College of the Canyons.
New Students- students who have never attended college and/or are enrolling in their first semester at College of the Canyons.
Student Academic Standing (for the purposes of determining enrollment priorities only):
Good Standing - Students who are not on Academic or Progress Probation for 2 consecutive semesters and students who are not on Dismissal status.
Academic Difficulty - students who are on Academic or Progress Probation for 2 consecutive semesters and students who are on Dismissal status.
Your registration date and time is determined by the following:
 
Level 1 Veterans and Foster Youth matriculated students in good standing with less than 100 College of the Canyons degree applicable units. Students will be assigned a registration date and time in the order of 99.9 units to 0 units, followed by, new fully matriculated students.
EOPS/CARE and DSPS matriculated students in good standing with less than 100 College of the Canyons degree applicable units. Students will be assigned a registration date and time in the order of 99.9 units to 0 units, followed by, new fully matriculated students.
Level 2 Students given priority after Levels 1 in the following order:
1. Students who have been identified as members of intercollegiate athletic teams, elected and appointed members of the Associated Students Government, members of MESA, members of CalWORKS, and students currently enrolled at Academy of the Canyons (AOC). AOC students are only given this priority during fall and spring terms. Students must be continuing students who have less than 100 College of the Canyons degree applicable units and are in good standing or are a fully matriculated new student. Students will be assigned a registration date and time in the order of 99.9 units to 0 units, followed by, new fully matriculated students.
2. Students who have petitioned for graduation, completion of a certificate, or have self- identified and have been verified as being enrolled in their last semester prior to transfer. This priority will be given once to the student and must be identified prior to the Early Graduation Petition Deadline found in the student college calendar. Students must have less than 100 College of the Canyons degree applicable units and be in good standing.
3. Continuing students in good standing who have 99.9 - 20.0 College of the Canyons cumulative units.
4. New fully matriculated students.
5.

Continuing students in good standing who have 19.9 - 0.0 College of the Canyons cumulative units.

 

Level 3 All remaining students not specified in the above levels are given priority after Levels 1 and 2 in the following order based on a first come/first serve basis:
1. Returning students.
2. Continuing students in academic difficulty.
3. New non-matriculated students.
4. Continuing students with over 100 College of the Canyons degree applicable units.
5.

High school students.

 

Level 4

 

Students admitted to the College after all other levels have registered are assigned late registration. Late registration is held during the one week period prior to the beginning of the term.

 

Based on your priority level, you will be assigned a registration date and time. Students in Levels 1, and 2 will lose their priority registration and move to Level 3 if the student is not in good standing or has gone over 100 degree applicable College of the Canyons cumulative units.
 
Designated Programs Registration: If you are part of one of the following groups, please contact that department regarding your registration date and time.
ASG (661) 362-3257 Foster Youth (661) 362-3275
Athletics (661) 362-3611 EOPS (661) 362-3279
CalWORKS (661) 362-3015 MESA (661) 362-3448
DSP&S (661) 362-3341 Veterans (661) 362-3469
 
Students may petition to have their registration date changed based on the following reasons:
  • Extenuating circumstances (verified cases of accidents, illnesses, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student).
  • Students with disabilities who applied for but did not receive reasonable accommodations in a timely manner.
  • Students who are in high unit programs and are following a current education plan.

 Students will automatically have their enrollment priority reinstated if:

  • the student is on their second or more semester for academic difficulty but has earned a 2.25 GPA. 
  • the student is on their second or more semester for progress difficulty but has completed at least 75% of their courses.  

The automatic appeal will occur without a petition from the student and the student's enrollment priority will be restablished back into level 1 or level 2 based on the student type.

 
 
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