Mt. San Jacinto College has adopted the following registration priorities that are used for registration appointments for fall and spring terms and summer sessions.
Registration priorities are the order in which registration appointments are assigned to groups of students. Groups are determined utilizing multiple criteria to include California Education Code, Title 5, and local district policies which take into account college readiness.
Priority Registration Groups
- Active Duty Servicemembers and Student Veterans
- Current and former foster youth
- Homeless Youth
- Students who are CalWORKs recipients
- EOPS students
- ASC students
Other Registration Groups
- Student Athletes
- Student Representatives under External/Internal Mandates
- Students participating in First Year Experience program
English and Math College Readiness
- Completed ENGL-101 College Composition (formerly Freshman Composition) or ENGL-103 Critical Thinking and Writing and MATH-105 College Algebra or higher 1
- Completed ENGL-101 College Composition (formerly Freshman Composition) or ENGL-103 Critical Thinking and Writing or MATH-105 College Algebra or higher.
- Eligible to enroll into ENGL-101 College Composition (formerly Freshman Composition) and MATH-105 College Algebra or higher 2
Completed for the purpose of this document means completing the course AND earning a passing grade: A, B, C, P or CR.
EAP scores, SAT Scores, Curriculum Alignment, Multiple Measures and High School ERWC are accepted to determine registration group.
Unit Limitation and Higher Degree
- Students with one hundred (100) or more degree applicable earned units
- Students with a higher degree (Associates from another institution, Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate)
Probation and/or Dismissal
All students on two (2) consecutive semesters of probation and/or dismissal.
Students with an educational goal to maintain certificate/license, personal development or four (4) year student and students who have not completed one (1) or more core services (Placement, orientation and counseling).
Concurrently enrolled high school students
Students who have completed the matriculation and concurrent enrollment processes.