Office of the Registrar

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Registration Tips

The earlier you register, the better your chance of getting the courses you want or need.

  • Be prepared and know what classes you want to register for.  Make sure to take classes that pertain to your academic major. To view RCBC Programs of Study, Click Here.
  • To check for course availability, Click Here. If needed, meet with an academic advisor before getting on an in-person registration line or logging online to register. It will save you time and hassles.
  • Check class information carefully! You are responsible for the accuracy of scheduling your classes. If you make a mistake, it will most likely cost you money. Check and recheck your class information carefully before completing your registration.
  • Pay attention to payment due dates to avoid late charges or being dropped from your classes for non-payment. For Business Office Due Dates, Click Here.
  • Be aware of add/drop and withdrawal dates for the term you are registered for. Pay close attention to mini-terms within a term because they have different add/drop and withdrawal dates. For Important Registration Dates, Click Here.
  • If you need to make any schedule changes, add/drop or withdraw from a class make sure to complete the proper registration form. To view RCBC Forms, Click Here. Do not assume you will be dropped for non-payment if you choose to no longer take the course.
  • Only those students who have officially registered and paid, and whose names appear on the official class list may attend class and receive a grade or credit for the course(s).
  • Please note: Students with academic or accounting restrictions must obtain a signature from an academic advisor or accounting representative before registering.