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How to Enroll in Classes

You can enroll in classes online in eServices. You will be assigned an enrollment appointment date and time, which is the earliest date and time you can register for classes. You can find your enrollment appointment time in eServices. Students can enroll at any time during open enrollment.

Enrollment Timeline

Semester Class schedules posted Students receive priority registration date and time Enrollment begins
Summer 2024 February 20, 2024 February 23, 2024 March 4, 2024
Fall 2024 April 2, 2024 April 4, 2024 April 15, 2024

Hours for Online Enrollment

During the enrollment period, online registration is available Monday through Saturday from 7:00 am to 11:30 pm, and on Sundays from 9:00 am to 11:30 pm.

Enrollment Checklist

Items Timeframe Resources
Review class schedules as soon as they are posted online. Typically, summer schedules are posted in February, fall schedules are posted in April, and spring schedules are posted in October. Go to class schedules.
Find your priority registration date and time. Typically, summer priority registration dates and times are posted in February, fall priority registration dates and times are posted in April, and spring priority registration dates and times are posted in November. Go to eServices or learn more about enrollment appointments.
Register for classes online. Typically, summer enrollment begins in March, fall enrollment begins in April, and spring enrollment begins in November. Go to eServices.

Waitlisted Classes

Learn about waitlist limitations, monitoring your waitlist status, paying for waitlisted classes, and using permission numbers to enroll in classes.

Waitlist Information

Closed Classes

If a class you want is closed, then you can:

  • Work with a counselor to pick another class.
  • Attend the first class session, even if you are not on the waitlist. You may be able to add the class if another student doesn't show up.
  • See if the class is offered at another Los Rios college.

Zero Textbook Costs (ZTC)

ZTC means that there is no cost for course learning materials such as a textbook, reader, workbook, etc. Find out how to identify ZTC courses at Los Rios colleges.

Zero Textbook Costs