Priority Registration

How do I see my registration date? Time tickets (the first day you may register) have already been issued for summer and fall.

After submitting your application for admission, wait 30 minutes, then: 

  • log into myHancock
  • click on the student tab
  • click on registration status in the myRegistration channel
  • select the correct semester
  • view your registration date and time

College Now! students may register for summer beginning April 27, 2015. 
Community Education students may register for summer beginning May 11, 2015.

All other eligible students may register for summer now.

Priority registration is the first five days of registration for each term.  Fall registration begins May 11, 2015 

Description Date
CALWorks  May 11
EOPS Students May 11
LAP Students May 11
Active Duty & Eligible Veterans May 11
Foster Youth May 11
CAN/TRIO May 12
Pre Approved Nursing Students May 12
LAP Note takers May 12
MESA May 12
50 - 100 Completed Units May 12
Bridges to the Baccalaureate Prog   May 12
Athletes May 12
30+ Completed Units May 13
New Students
Must have completed START,
Orientation and have an SEP on file  
May 13
12+ Completed Units May 14
First Time Transfer Students May 15
 .5+ Completed Units May 15
100.5 Completed Units May 16
All Other Eligible Students May 16
College Now! Students May 25
Community Ed Students July 20

 

To be eligible for priority registration, New Students and First Time Transfer Students must complete the START test, attend orientation and obtain a Student Education Plan (SEP).  Click here for more information.  

First-time transfer students may be exempt from START if they have completed math and English at another college. Official transcripts must be submitted to the Allan Hancock College Admissions office prior to registering for classes.

Why did I lose my priority registration status?

  • Continuing students may lose their priority registration status if they are placed on academic or progress probation for two consecutive terms or they have completed more than 100 units at Allan Hancock College. The 100 unit limit does not include units earned in English as Second Language (ESL) or basic skills courses (500- level coursework).

Students who meet established criteria may be eligible to appeal for priority registration. 

 

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