Students who have completed the Core Steps (orientation, math & English placement, and developed an education plan) and maintained good academic standing will be granted higher priority for registration.
The Enrollment Services office notifies students of their registration dates and times by email. Registration appointments can also be found on PiratesNet.
Deadline to complete Core Steps for priority registration:
|Spring 2020||October 14, 2019|
|Summer 2020||March 9, 2020|
|Fall 2020||April 27, 2020|
Level 1: Military/Veterans, Foster Youth (and former foster youth), and students in the following programs: Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOP&S), Accessibility Support Center (formerly known as Disabled Student Programs and Services/DSPS), and CalWorks.
Level 2: College Designated Programs
Level 3: Continuing, Returning, & New Students who completed all three Core Steps by deadline.
Level 4: Continuing, Returning, & New Students who did not complete all three Core Steps by deadline and Dual Enrolled students.
Level 5: All other students
Please note: Within each level, registration appointments are assigned based on unit completion.
Spring 2020 Registration Dates
||October 28 - November 22||March 23 - April 17, 2020||May 11 - June 5, 2020|
|November 25 - January 12||April 20 - May 3, 2020||June 8 - August 23, 2020|
Open Registration: All students who do not meet the criteria for levels 1-4, who completed requirements after the college established deadline or have applied after registration dates and times have been issued.
Loss of Priority Registration
New & continuing students may lose registration priority if they: 1) earn more than 100 degree applicable units at MJC, or 2) are on academic probation for 2 or more terms. If a student loses priority registration they may appeal to have priority registration reinstated.
- Complete the Appeal for Loss of Priority Registration and submit it to Enrollment Services.
- Provide a written statement as to why registration priority should be reinstated.
- Provide documentation as to the extenuating circumstance or significant academic improvement.
- Submitted appeals will be reviewed and a decision will be send to MJC student email.
Foster youth and former foster youth who are 24 years or less are exempt from losing registration priority based on 100 units or more or for failing to meet minimum academic standards.