Two-Term Registration FAQ

Starting Tuesday, November 13, 2018, students at the Riverside Community College District will be able to enroll for two terms at the same time. Below you'll find answers to some frequently asked questions regarding the change.

Schedule of classes for both terms is available on the RCC website or on WebAdvisor/MyPortal. Please visit the Class Schedule page.

You can check to see when registration dates are assigned here: Important Dates and Deadlines. Please check your WebAdvisor/MyPortal, "Check My Registration Dates/Holds" to verify your assigned registration date.
No. You are not automatically assigned a summer date if you applied for fall. Only continuing students who attended spring, or new/returning students who applied for summer will be able to register for summer and fall terms. If you would like to take summer classes, please apply for summer by clicking here. Your registration date for summer may not be the same as your fall date.
Fees are due as soon as possible upon registration for the closest upcoming term. If fees are not paid in a timely manner, a hold will be placed on the student's record which will prevent the student from registering for a future term, viewing grades and getting transcripts, enrollment verifications and diplomas/certificates until fees are paid in full.
The standard limits apply, please click here for details: Registration Information
You can register for either term. You are not required to register for both terms
Yes, you can register on or after your assigned registration date. However, try to register as soon as possible as classes tend to fill up very quickly.

You can add and drop classes on WebAdvisor or MyPortal as usual. It is imperative that you drop unwanted classes by the refund deadline or you will not receive a refund.

Check for the refund deadline drop date pertaining to the class on your class schedule through WebAdvisor. If you do not drop within the refund deadline, you will be liable for any fees applicable to the class and may ultimately receive a failing grade for the class.

Yes, you will need to register for the prerequisite in the summer first and register for the higher-level course for the fall term.

If you DO NOT pass your prerequisite course or you drop from the course in the summer, you will be automatically DROPPED from the higher-level course in the fall term.

Parking permits are not required for the winter term. Summer and fall term parking permits will be available for purchase via WebAdvisor once registration begins. Click here for a tutorial video on how to order a parking pass