Check class information carefully! You are responsible for the accuracy of scheduling your classes. If you make a mistake, it will most likely cost you money. Be very careful. Check and recheck your class information carefully before completing your registration. Plan your class schedule with a schedule worksheet. If you are considering dropping a class or withdrawing from school, please see dropping classes.
Paper copies of your registration activity are mailed only to those students who register for PCC classes using any mode other than MyPCC. Students using MyPCC to register are expected to access their schedules electronically through their MyPCC accounts.
The mailing of the paper copies, to students who did not use MyPCC to register, occurs only once each term, approximately 12 days before each term begins. If you are registering after that time period, you can either access your schedule electronically using MyPCC or, if you prefer, a paper copy can be mailed to you upon request at any campus Admission & Registration Office or by calling the Registration Helpline. This helpline is available Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Auditing of classes is considered on a case by case basis only with permission by the instructor teaching the course. The cost of auditing a course is the same as the cost for students not auditing the course. Refer to tuition and fees.
You are expected to attend all classes in which you are enrolled. If you do not attend or stop attending classes and fail to personally drop within the refund period, you will be responsible for all tuition and fees.
Unless you have made prior arrangements with your instructor, you may be dropped from the class roster if you do not attend the first class session. However, faculty members are not required to drop students for nonattendance.
If you have excessive absences and fail to drop or withdraw from class by the deadlines, a grade of F may be assigned.
For drop deadlines and further information on dropping a class, see dropping classes.
You can only attend classes that you are officially registered into. You can't sit-in on a class without the proper registration for the course.
Late Registration/Registering after the first class meeting
All courses have a registration deadline. Some courses also may require permission for registration. The late registration period ends two business days after the course drop deadline. For full-term 8-12 week courses, you must register by the second Tuesday of the term. See more about when to register.
After the registration deadline, it may still be possible to add a course after the first meeting date. You must:
- request an online registration override from your instructor
- and register online using MyPCC by the registration deadline
Distance learning courses students will need to contact the department or instructor by phone or email to obtain the online override.
Cancelled and Rescheduled Classes
The classes offered in our schedule reflect our intentions when the schedule was planned. However, these offerings may be changed due to factors such as insufficient enrollment, personnel availability and budget requirements. We regret any inconvenience this might cause, and will do our best to help you adjust your schedule.
Many credit classes require prerequisites. Prerequisites are conditions that must be met in order to gain access to a particular class. These conditions are usually completion of, or enrollment in other courses, specific ASSET scores or departmental approval.
If a course has a prerequisite, it will be listed with the course description. If you believe that you meet the prerequisite and you are not being allowed to enroll, contact your advisor. If you don't meet the prerequisites but wish to be considered, contact the department offering the class.
Tuition and Fee Payment
Visit tuition and fees for information on deadlines, payment plans, and financial aid.