Welcome to Web Registration!
To register for classes, complete the following procedures, which describe how to use each of the Web Registration forms.
Using the Registration Login form
The Welcome form
The Welcome form provides you with registration-related college information and to verify your identify. If the name that appears on the Welcome form is not yours, or is incorrect, contact the Registration office as soon as possible.
To access registration, click the Continue button.
Using the Information Request form
The State of Washington requires specific information reported from community and technical college students to measure the progress of students toward goals and to improve services and programs. If you have already answered these questions for the quarter you selected, you will not be prompted and will be connected directly to the Registration form.
If the information requested is not in your student record, you will be required to select the appropriate answer to each question. After you have answered all of the questions, click the Continue button.
Using the Registration form
The Registration form is split into one vertical frame on the left of your computer screen and three horizontal frames on the right. The vertical frame on the left is where you add and drop classes. The three horizontal frames on the right display messages, your schedule, and your tuition and fee information.
Adding and dropping classes
If you enter an item number for which you are already registered, the process will treat the request as a "drop". If you enter an item number for which are not registered, the process will treat the request as an "add".
Error and informational messages
As you submit item numbers for classes that you want to add or drop, you may see error or informational messages appear on the top horizontal frame of the Registration form. These messages provide valuable information about the classes that you are attempting to add or drop.
Error messages inform you when a problem has occurred that will block registration for the specific class. Example error messages:
"This class is cancelled."
"Permission is required to register for this class."
"Invalid item number."
Informational messages provide additional information about the class you are adding or dropping, but do not block registration. Example informational messages:"Warning: dropping classes may affect your financial aid."
"You may be eligible for a senior citizen discount."
"Warning: schedule time conflict registration allowed."
Using course entry codes
Many courses require prerequisites or an instructors permission to register. When you meet the prerequisites for a course you are registering for, you will be registered. When you do not meet the prerequisites or if you are registering for a course that requires an instructors permission, you will be blocked. The block can be overridden with a course entry code. A course entry code is a 5-digit number that is attached to the course. Generally, you receive the course entry code from an instructor or department dean. To use a course entry code:
As you add or drop classes, your schedule appears in the center horizontal frame on the right side of the Registration form. Information listed for each class includes item number, course identifier, credits, audit class identifier, days the class meets, class times, Building and room, class fees, and instructor name.
Web registration is real time or immediate. Since you are connected directly to your colleges host processor, you will see an immediate change to your schedule whenever you add or drop a class.
Since the Registration form is made up of four frames, it is very difficult to print a copy of your schedule as it appears on this form. To print a copy of your schedule and your charges and payment information, you must go to the View my Schedule link under the Finish button at the bottom of the Registration form.
Auditing a class
If the college allows you to audit a class, an Audit Class button will appear directly below your schedule. When you audit a class, you must register, pay tuition and attend class regularly, but you need not take examinations and you will not receive credit for the class. You can only indicate you want to audit a class after you have registered for the class. To audit a class:
You cannot de-select an audit. To change back to a graded class, you must drop the class and add the class again to your schedule. When you add the class again to your schedule, the audit function is not selected.
If the college allows you to change the credits for a variable credit class, a Change Credits button will appear directly below your schedule if you have registered for a class that is variable credit. A variable credit class is a class where you can earn any number of credits between 1 and the maximum credits attached to the class. When you register for a class, you are registered for the maximum number of credits allowed for the class. You can then change the number of credits that you are registered for the class. For example, if you want to complete only 3 credits of a 5 credit class, you can change the credits from 5 credits to 3 credits. You will only be charged for the number of credits you register for. To change the credits for a variable credit class:
Viewing your charges and payments
Charges, payments, financial aid, and refunds for tuition and class fees are listed on the bottom horizontal frame of the Registration form. Only tuition and class fees are included in the listing of charges and payments. Additional charges may be assessed at the time you pay tuition and fees. Additional charges may include parking, day care, insurance, student fees, technology fees and additional class fees.
Since the Registration form is made up of four frames, it is very difficult to print a copy of your charges and payments as it appears on this form. To print a copy of your schedule and your charges and payment information, you must go to the View my Schedule link under the Finish button at the bottom of the Registration form.
To finish Registration
Once you are finished registering for classes, you can select the Finish button on the bottom of the page to view or verify your address or to print a copy of your schedule.
When you select the Finish button, two frames appear on your computer screen. The left frame provides options available through links. The right frame is additional information that your college has provided regarding registration, classes, charges, payments, and financial aid.Verifying your address
Select the View My Address link to see the current address on record at the college. If the address is not correct, follow these procedures to update it:
Printing your schedule and charges and payment information
Select the View My Schedule link to see your class schedule, tuition and fee charges, and any payments or financial aid that has been applied. You can print a copy of your schedule and charges and payment information my clicking on the schedule frame and using your browser print function.