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Priority Registration

Please see the Academic Calendar or the Online Class Search to see important registration dates.

We will be available to help you register for summer and fall 2021 classes in person and/or via Zoom. Monday, April 26 - Saturday, May 1 and Monday May 3

We will be availiable to help you register for classes in person and/or via Zoom Monday, April 26-Saturday, May 1 & Monday, May 3*.  

Find Class Registration Zoom links and event details here.  

Video Resource Library: 

  • Learn how to set up your myHancock portal or recover your account here
  • Learn how to register and search for classes here
  • Learn how to waitlist and use add codes here

*Log in to your myHancock portal and click on "registration status" to view the date you can begin registering for classes.  

Incoming college students, including recent high school graduates: After meeting with an AHC Counselor you will have a list of courses to enroll in for the summer and/or fall 2021 terms.  This does NOT mean that you are registered for classes.  Unlike high school, YOU will have to look up the times and days classes are offered and create your own schedule based on your semester education plan.  Don't worry if this sounds confusing, we are here to help you through the process! 

Virtual Welcome Center

You can receive virtual assistance with creating your schedule based on the semester education plan you received from your AHC Counselor, through the Virtual Welcome Center

Hours:

  • Monday, Wednesday and Thursday- 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday- 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Friday- 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
  • Saturday (April 24 - March 29)- 10 a.m.- 2p.m.

For recent High School Graduates or Adult School Students who earned their high school diploma or GED this year:

Complete the Hancock Promise Steps and ensure your First Year Free at AHC!

Complete Steps 1-4 by April 28, 2021, AND enroll in a minimum of 12 units for the fall 2021 semester, and you will be eligible for priority registration and a $200 book grant.  If you complete Steps 1-4 AND enroll in a minimum of 12 units for the fall 2021 semester between April 29-June 20, 2021, you will be awarded a $100 book grant.  

If you have any registration questions, please call Admissions & Records at 805-922-6966 ext. 3248; If you have questions regarding the classes you should register for, please call Counseling at 805-922-6966 ext. 3293.

Priority registration for Promise students is only availiable upon completion of Steps 1-4; otherwise registration opens to new students on May 1, 2021. 

The California College Promise Grant (CCPG):

Complete your steps to enrollment and complete your financial aid application to determine eligibility for the California College Promise to receive your tuition waiver to attend Allan Hancock College.  

The California College Promise is a program that provides you with the opportunity to have your tuition waived.  

Event Questions?

Contact the AHC Counseling Office

Santa Maria Campus: 805-922-6966 ext. 3293

Lompoc Valley Center: 805-922-6966 ext. 5374

ahccounselingevents@hancockcollege.edu

 

¿Necesita ayuda para inscribirse en clases de verano o otoño 2021?

Estaremos disponibles para ayudarlo a inscribirse en las clases en persona y / o a través de Zoom del lunes 26 de abril al sábado 1 de mayo y lunes 3 de mayo.*

Seleccione aquí para los enlaces de Zoom de registro de clases y los detalles de estos eventos.

Biblioteca de Videos/Recursos:

  • Haga clic aquí para aprender cómo configurar su cuenta en el portal myHancock o para recuperar su cuenta.
  • Haga clic aquí para aprender cómo inscribirse y buscar clases.
  • Haga clic aquí para aprender cómo estar en la lista de espera y cómo usar los códigos para agregar clases

*Ingrese a myHancock y haga clic en “registration status” para saber su fecha de inscripción.

Estudiantes nuevos al colegio, incluyendo los recientemente graduados de la preparatoria:

Después de reunirse con un consejero de AHC tendrá una lista de clases en las cuales se puede inscribir en el semestre de verano y otoño del 2021. Esto no quiere decir que ya está inscrito en estas clases. A diferencia de la preparatoria, usted tendrá que buscar el horario de las clases para saber cuándo y qué días se imparten y desarrollar su propio horario de clases basándose a su plan estudiantil educativo. ¡No se preocupe si esto le suena un poco confuso, estamos aquí para ayudarle en este proceso!

Virtual Welcome Center Graphic

Haga clic ariba para recibir asistencia virtual a través del “Centro Virtual de Bienvenida” para crear su horario de clases en base a su plan educativo del semestre que recibió de su consejero de AHC.

Horario:

  • Lunes, miércoles y jueves de 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. viernes de 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • martes de 9 a.m. -6 p.m.
  • todos los sábados desde el 24 de abril hasta el 29 de mayo de 10 a 2 p.m.

Para estudiantes recientes de escuela secundaria o de escuela para adultos que obtuvieron su dimpolma o GED de escuela secundaria este año:

Complete los Pasos de la Promesa de Hancock y asegúrese de que su primer año sea gratis! 

Completa los pasos del 1 al 4 antes del 28 de abril del 2021, además de inscríbete en un mínimo de 12 unidades en el semestre de otoño 2021, y recibirás una beca de $200 dólares para la compra de tus libros. Si completas estos pasos, entre el 29 de abril y 30 de junio solo recibirás una beca de $100 para la compra de tus libros ¡Así que apresúrate y completa los pasos a tiempo para recibir la beca más alta!

Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre inscripciones, favor de comunicarse con la Oficina de Admisiones y Récords al 805-922-6966 ext. 3248; si tiene preguntas sobre las clases en las cuales se debe de inscribir, favor de llamar a Consejería al 805-922-6966 ext. 3293.

La inscripción con prioridad para los estudiantes de La ‘Promesa de Hancock’ solamente está disponible si se completan los pasos del 1-4; de lo contrario, la inscripción se abre para los estudiantes nuevos el 1 de mayo del 2021. 

La promesa de California: 

Complete los pasos para su inscripción, y complete su solicitud de ayuda financiera para determinar su elegibilidad para la Promesa del Colegio de California para recibir una exención y no pagar la inscripción para asistir al Colegio Allan Hancock.

La Promesa del Colegio de California es un programa que ofrece la oportunidad de asistir al colegio sin tener que pagar los costos de inscripción.

¿Preguntas sobre el Evento?

Consejería General

805-922-6966 ext. 3293, Campus de Santa Maria

805-735-3366 ext. 5374, Centro Lompoc Valley

ahccounselingevents@hancockcollege.edu

If you are a new or returning AHC student, once you complete the application for admission, you will receive 2 emails.  When you receive the email from AHC, (sent to the address provided in your application) it will include your AHC myHancock log-in information.  Please wait approximately 4 hours after receiving this email to log in to the myHancock portal.

All other students log into the myHancock portal with their current username and password.

First Time/New Students/First Year AHC Promise Students and First Time Transfer Students must complete an orientation, have English/Math Placement* and create a 1st semester plan with a counselor to be eligible for priority registration. 

Returning and Continuing Students must have English and Math placement, have completed orientation and have a 1st semester plan on file to be eligible for priority registration.

If you met the prerequisite(s) at another college, official transcripts must be submitted to the Allan Hancock College Admissions Office prior to registering for classes

If you have trouble registering online please call the Admissions & Records office during normal business hours for assistance.

1-805-995-4189 ext 3248

*First Time Student placement is based upon information provided when applying to the college.  First time Transfer Students who completed Math and English at another college or university, must provide official transcripts to the Admissions office verifying successful completion of these courses.

You will be able to view your priority date beginning April 12 by clicking on Registration Status in the myHancock portal.

To see your first date to register, log into myHancock

  • click on Registration Status 
  • select the correct semester
  • click submit
  • view your registration date and time

Priority registration is the first five days of registration of each term.  

Description

Winter and Spring Registration Dates

Foster Youth                                          April 26
Homeless Youth April 26
EOPS April 26
LAP April 26
Active Duty & Eligible Veterans (separated within 15 years) April 26
CalWORKs April 26
Tribal TANF Recipients April 26
CAN/TRIO April 27
Pre-Approved Nursing Students April 27
PUENTE April 27
LAP Note takers April 27
MESA April 27
50-100 Completed Units April 27
Athletes April 27
30 - 49.5 Completed Units April 28
New Students and First Year AHC Promise Students April 28
12 - 29.5 Completed Units April 29
First Time Transfer Students (see information below) April 29
 .5 - 11.5 Completed Units April 30
100.5+ Completed Units May 1
All Other Eligible Students May 1
Community Ed Students May 1
College Now! Students May 10

 

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. 

Appeal for Loss of Priority Enrollment and or CCPG fee waiver form