To use this service, you will need:
► StarID. and Password
► Current Registration Access Code
► Course ID number for each course
Your password is your electronic signature.
You are responsible for all commitments made through the use of your password. Please do not share it with others.
When you use your password, you are accepting the following terms:
To follow written policies as covered in SCTCC’s Student Handbook
To be held financially responsible for tuition, fees, as well as any collection costs incurred by the college in the event your account is turned over to a collection agency
In order to be eligible to register for classes each semester, degree-seeking students must fulfill each of the following:
- Have immunization records on file at the college.
- Meet all financial obligations to the college.
- Return all overdue materials to the Resource Center.
- Meet with faculty advisor to review individual program plans and obtain an access code.
Students who are on academic probation must meet with their counselor prior to meeting with an academic advisor.
Students who are new and seeking a degree will receive their access code and register at their scheduled Orientation.
Questions? Contact Records and Registration Office at 308-5075 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to course schedules
Fall course schedules typically are available on the web the first week in March.
Spring schedules typically are available on the web the first week in October.
Schedules are subject to change based on enrollment trends.
When does registration open
Current, degree-seeking students
Priority registration opens in the fall and spring for current, degree-seeking students after Student Success Day, which is an academic advising day that takes place in March and October each year. A student's registration window will be listed in online registration under Courses/Registration, Registration Window.
Current students will register in the order of total completed credits. Those with the most completed credits have priority.
Completed credits include courses with a grade and transfer courses. Current ungraded courses are not included.
New degree-seeking students
New students must complete eOrientation in order to register. Upon completion of eOrientation, students will be prompted to sign up for an Advising & Registration Day specific to their major.
If you have not yet enrolled at SCTCC, are not applying for financial aid, and if you are only planning to take a class or two without enrolling in a program, you may register as a non-degree seeking or visiting student in person in the registration office.
Payment is required at the time of registration.