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Summer/Fall Registration Is Here — Are You Ready?

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As Spring 2019 winds down, we are gearing up for Summer 2019 classes! We hope to see you this Summer and in the Fall. Here are some important dates to keep in mind when it comes to registration for the seven colleges of DCCCD.

Registration for May, Summer and Fall terms begins Tuesday, April 23, for returning students and Monday, April 29, for new students. The class schedule for Summer 2019 is already up so you have a head start on planning. (Heads up, Fall 2019 registration important dates are coming soon!)

Important Dates for Summer I Classes (Five Weeks)

Important Dates for Summer II Classes (Five Weeks)

  • Monday, July 8 — Summer II begins.  (Not sure what to register for? Check out the DCCCD Summer II class schedule to see all course offerings.)
  • Thursday, July 11 — Fourth class date
  • Tuesday, July 30 — Last day to withdraw with a grade of W
  • Thursday, Aug. 8 — Final exams/Summer II ends.
  • Saturday, Aug. 10 — Last day for faculty to submit grades electronically through eConnect to the Registrar’s Office.

Important Dates for Summer Session Classes (Ten Weeks)

Ten weeks include meeting on the following Fridays: June 7, June 14, June 21, and June 28.

  • Thursday, June 6 — Classes begin.
  • Wednesday, June 19 —12th class date
  • Monday, July 22 — Last day to withdraw with a grade of W
  • Thursday, Aug. 8 — Final exams/Summer session ends.
  • Saturday, Aug. 10 — Last day for faculty to submit grades electronically through eConnect to the Registrar’s Office.

Summer 2019 Holidays/Closures

We know how much you love hanging out with us every day; however, we won’t be here on these dates this summer.

  • Monday, May 27 – All colleges and locations will be closed for Memorial Day.
  • Thursday, July 4 – All colleges and locations will be closed for Independence Day.

Summer 2019 Refund of Tuition Dates

In order to receive a refund, be sure to withdraw before the following dates.

Refund Dates for Summer I and II

Date of Withdrawal Percentage Refunded
Prior to the first day of class 100%
During the first five days of the semester 70%
During the sixth day of the semester 25%
After the sixth day of the semester None

Summer Payment Plans

A pay plan allows you to pay your tuition for credit classes in installments.  If you need to pay your tuition in installments, visit your college’s Business/Cashier’s Office to set up a payment plan. You can also set up installments online through eConnect. Please note that you may pay tuition in installments only during the Fall and Spring semesters.

Maymester, Flex Term or Online Classes

If sitting in a classroom all summer doesn’t appeal to you, you may want to check out Maymester, Flex Term or online classes.  To view all of your options, browse the full DCCCD Summer 2019 schedule.

If you’re taking Maymester or Flex Term classes, the dates listed above might not apply — and you should definitely check with the Business/Cashier’s Office for details.

Why Can’t I Register for This Class Online?

There are a number of reasons why you may not be able to register for a class, but don’t fret! Some reasons include: You haven’t completed TSI assessment testing, you have academic or financial blocks, you haven’t submitted transcripts, you have fewer than 12 hours of college level credit or you haven’t met the prerequisite for each class. When in doubt, meet with an advisor.

Why Do I Need to Send My Transcript?

We need your transcripts to see what courses you have taken at other institutions. One of the primary reasons for this is because many courses have prerequisites that must be met before you can register. Your transcripts are the main way we find out if you’ve taken those prerequisites elsewhere before enrolling in one of the colleges of DCCCD. Transcripts are evaluated by DCCCD Admissions/Registrar’s offices, and you will need to have your transcripts sent to the college you plan to attend. (Still have questions about transcripts? Check out some of our frequently asked questions about transcripts and evaluation.)

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