Dates and Deadlines by Quarter

Deadlines listed below are for standard 12-week classes. Please note:

  • The deadline to request Pass/No Pass grading for classes taken in the current quarter (or summer session) is the last day that the class meets for the term. (See the Pass/No Pass webpage for more information)
  • You can find Add and Drop deadlines for nonstandard-length classes by logging in to MyPortal: Open the Apps section, click on the Student Registration tile and then click on "View Your Class Schedule." All deadlines are enforced.
  • Fall 2024

    Fall 2024

    May 1
    Application for admission open
    June 24
    View schedule of classes for fall 2024
    July 22
    Registration opens based on Priority Registration group
    July 22
    Group 1-A registration opens
    July 23
    Group 1-B registration opens
    July 24
    Group 2 registration opens
    July 25
    Group 3 registration opens
    July 29
    Group 4 registration opens
    July 30
    Group 5 registration opens
    July 31
    Group 6 registration opens
    August 1
    Group 7 registration opens
    August 5
    Group 8 registration opens
    September 2
    Labor Day Holiday – no classes; offices closed
    September 18
    District Opening Day (Flex Day)
    September 19
    College Opening Day (Division/Department Flex Day)
    September 20
    Welcome Day (Division/Department Flex Day)
    September 23
    Fall classes begin
    November 11
    Veterans Day holiday – no classes; offices closed
    November 15
    Last day to drop classes with a W
    Nov 28-Dec 1
    Thanksgiving holiday – no classes; offices closed
    December 9-13
    Final exams
  • Winter 2025

    Winter 2025

  • Spring 2024

    Spring 2024

  • Summer 2024

    Summer 2024

    Important

    All add/drop and other important dates for summer are by course section. Please view your class schedule in MyPortal for deadlines for your summer classes. All deadlines are enforced.

    Final Exams

    Final Exams are the last day of your class.

    Class Listings

    Check the footnotes in the summer class listings for important information about your classes

Priority Registration Groups

In accordance with new state and local regulations, students will be assigned registration dates in the following order. You may register from your start date through the end of the add/drop period.

Important Information

Group 1-A
Veterans, foster youth, DSPS, EOPS and CalWorks students who have
  • completed orientation, assessment and an educational plan
Group 1-B
Student parents who have
  • one or more children under age 18 who receive more than half their support from the student parent
  • completed orientation, assessment and an educational plan
Group 2
Student athletes who have
  • Selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate
  • Declared a major and have not been on probation for two consecutive terms
    (If first admit quarter is summer 2014 or later, student will be considered a first-time college student and must have completed assessment, passed orientation and completed an educational plan.)
Group 3
Continuing students who have
  • Selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate
  • Declared a major and have not been on probation for two consecutive terms
  • Completed orientation, assessment and an educational plan
Group 4
New college students who have
  • Completed assessment, orientation and an educational plan
  • Selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate
  • Declared a major
Group 5
New college students who have 
  • Selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate
  • Declared a major and have not been on probation for two consecutive terms
  • But have NOT completed assessment, orientation or an educational plan
Group 6
Returning students and new transfer students who have
  • Selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate
  • Declared a major
Group 7
All other college students
  • including continuing students who have NOT declared a major or who have NOT selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate
Group 8
Dual or concurrently enrolled high school students
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