How to Register for Classes
Where/When/How do I register for classes?
- Already an RRCC student? You can register for classes online throughnow!
- If you're not already a student, you'll need to Apply for admission before registering.
- You can also register in person: Stop by the Admissions office or Academic Advising to get started.
- Need further assistance? Schedule an advising appointment and we'll help you out!
More about Registration at RRCC
- Registration details
- After you have registered for classes
- Other pertinent information
Need to search for class or program information through our schedule and catalog, or search online for classes?
Click below to view our catalog or schedule online, or go directly to our online system to see what is available.
General registration for each semester starts as follows:
- Summer/Fall Registration (Beginning of April through the start of Fall classes.)
- Spring Registration (November through the start of Spring classes.)
Registration for Late Start /Options Classes occurs throughout most of the semester.
To see what type of hold is on your account log intoThe Rock, click on the student tab, on the bottom left click on view holds. Contact the department listed or contact admissions for further instructions. If applicable, email email@example.com or call 303.914.6348
A "prerequisite" is a course you must complete before registering for the next level/sequence course for certain courses. For example, ENG 121 (College Composition I) is a prerequisite for ENG 122 (English Composition II). Pre-requisites are identified in the "Course Description" section of the college catalog or by clicking on the CRN number of the course when registering online.
A "co-requisite" is a course you must complete at the same time you are taking another course. You must sign up for both courses in the same semester if a co-requisite is listed. An example of a co-requisite would be HVA 105 and HVA 107. Both classes must be completed in the same semester. Co-requisites are identified in the "Course Description" section of the college catalog or by clicking on the CRN number of the course when registering online.
Join us for an orientation to learn about student life and campus resources. Generally, a week or two after classes start.
You can't afford to miss out! Campus email will be the primary communication tool for your Faculty members, Advisors, Financial Aid staff, Enrollment Services, Business Office, Office of Student Life, College Foundation, Instructional Services, and more. Activate your account today: Click here to set up your account.
Registration and Waitlisting for Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 classes available beginning April 6, 2015.
Details Concerning Waitlisting can be found here
Bring in your class schedule to the Student Life Desk to have your Student ID made. The first ID is free.
Visit the campus bookstore, located near the coffee shop on the east side of the Lakewood Campus. You may also browse and shop for books in the RRCC Online Bookstore.
Accessibility Services exists to assure the college’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act wherein qualified students with disabilities are provided accommodations upon request, to assist in their academic success. Accessibility Services supports and assists students with physical, psychological, developmental and learning disabilities through appropriate accommodations and by acting as a resource for students, faculty, and staff of the college.
Get in touch with Accessibility Support Services at least three weeks before you start classes here: accessibility-services.
Once you receive your BankMobile Refund Code in the mail, you must go online to select your refund preference. Get more information here about BankMobile and RRCC's new system for processing refunds for students.
Click here for step by step instructions on how to add/drop or withdraw from a course through The Rock portal. For more information regarding the difference between drop and withdraw see the section below.
Drop - If you drop a class before the drop date you are not responsible for payment, and you will not lose College Opportunity Fund (COF) credits. Additionally, a dropped course will not be visible on your permanent student record.
Withdraw - You can withdraw between the drop and withdrawal dates without affecting your grade point average. However, if you withdraw from a class you will be responsible for full payment and you will lose COF credits.
NOTICE: To drop a class, you must do so by the drop date for that class. Classes dropped after the drop date results in a “W” grade and are considered a withdrawal. You will also be responsible for full payment of the class. Click here to see the academic calendar.