What is Priority Registration and do you have it?
Priority Registration is the best way to get the classes you need and not end up on the wait list. This helps you get the classes you need to achieve your goals.
Each student at CR is assigned a registration date.
Your registration date is based on whether you have Priority Registration.
If you have Priority Registration – you register earlier than the rest of the CR student body.
How do you receive Priority Registration?
To receive Priority Registration you must complete the following:
- New student orientation (online)
- Math and English placement process
- Develop a Student Education Plan (SEP)
In addition to completing the services above, to qualify for Priority Registration, you must also:
- Have an eligible educational goal
- Be in good academic and/or progress standing
- Have not earned more than 100 degree-applicable units
- Have not earned an Associate’s Degree or higher
For more information, contact Counseling and Advising at counseling @redwoods.edu or (707)476-4150
March 13 Deadline to receive services
March 16 Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021 schedules viewable on WebAdvisor
March 20 Students notified of Priority Registration status
March 27 Deadline for students to appeal Priority Registration status
April 6 – 10 Priority Registration for top 5 special populations
(EOPS, DSPS, Veterans, Foster youth, and CalWORKs)
April 13 Priority Registration for TRIO students
April 14 – 17 Priority Registration for continuing students
April 20 – 24 Priority Registration for new/returning who have completed services
May 4 Registration open to all
May 5 Registration open to concurrent students
*Pursuant to AB 705, College of the Redwoods maximizes the opportunity for all students to be able to progress through transfer level English and mathematics courses within one year. There are various ways to determine which English and mathematics courses are most appropriate for a student’s preparedness and goals. These various ways are called Multiple Measures. Multiple Measures can include, but are not limited to, things such as guided placement, high school records, self-report, and self-placement. To speak with someone about which English and mathematics courses are best for your preparedness and goals, contact the Academic Support Center or Counseling and Advising services at the campus you plan to attend.