Once classes begin, College of the Canyons will continue to accept applications for admission. If there are seats available in a class section, the instructor may perform an add authorization which will allow a student to self-enroll into the course using My Canyons.
If an instructor performs an add authorization, he/she will advise the student to self-enroll into the course via My Canyons. A student will see all approved add authorizations within My Canyons. Add authorizations are active only once the term begins and up to the add deadline. After the add deadline, students must have documented extenuating circumstances to add a class. "Extenuating circumstances" are defined as verified cases of accidents, illness, or other life changing events beyond the control of the student. If circumstances are applicable, you may obtain a Late Add Petition and submit the form to Admissions & Records along with documented extenuating circumstances no later than 50% of the course. Please see the College Calendar for important deadlines and/or ask your instructor for section specific deadlines.
Payment for classes is due at the time of registration. You are responsible for dropping your classes if you no longer plan to attend. If you do not attend the first day of class, you will be dropped by the instructor and your seat may be given to another student. Be sure to follow through with deadlines and policies accessible in the college catalog. Please check the Student Business Office for more information on fees.
If you are interested in registering for non-credit classes, please visit Continuing Education (Personal and Professional Learning) for more information.
If you are interested in registering for non-credit, fee based classes, please visit Community Education for more information.
You may drop a class by using My Canyons until the withdrawal deadline. If you drop your class prior to the drop deadline, no record will appear on your transcript for that class. If you drop a class after the drop deadline but before the withdrawal deadline, a W will appear on your transcript as a grade. Please check course repeats for information on how a withdrawal can affect you when repeating courses. You cannot drop a class after the withdrawal deadline. A final grade will be issued if you do not drop a class prior to the withdrawal deadline. Please see the College Calendar for important deadlines and/or ask your instructor for section specific deadlines. Success in college depends upon regular class attendance. Generally, instructors will drop a student who has excessive class absences. It is your responsibility to know the attendance standards of each of your instructors.
Payment for classes is due at the time of registration. If you do not pay your fees, you will be dropped from your class(es). You are responsible for dropping your classes if you no longer plan to attend. If you do not attend the first day of class, you will be dropped by the instructor and your seat may be given to another student. Be sure to follow through with deadlines and policies accessible in the college catalog. Please check the Student Business Office for more information on fees.
The governing board of the Santa Clarita Community College District has authorized the auditing of credit classes at College of the Canyons pursuant to Ed Code 76370. Course auditing is permitted as a service to students who have completed designated credit courses for the maximum number of allowed repeats. The purpose of auditing is to allow students to continue study after course repeatability has been exhausted. Classes taken by audit follow the same deadline dates as classes taken for credit.
- Students wishing to audit classes must receive the approval of the instructor of the course.
- Students wishing to audit a course must be in at least grades 11-12. Those students in grades K-10 are not eligible to audit classes. The exception to this regulation, are the music classes eligible for audit listed in the college catalog.
- No student auditing a course shall be permitted to change enrollment in that course to receive credit for the course.
- Students auditing a course are not subject to attendance, test, or grade requirements. Attendance of students auditing a course is not included in computing the apportionment accounting procedures.
- A fee of $15 per unit will be charged for auditing a class. Students enrolled in classes to receive credit for 10 or more units shall not be charged a fee to audit 3 or fewer semester units. Audit fees are paid through the Community Education Office.
- Once enrolled, students must present their class instructor with a copy of the audit receipt obtained in the Community Education Office.
You may check the college catalog for a current list of courses that have been approved for auditing. If you are interested in auditing classes, please visit Community Education for more information.