Registration activities for new and continuing students, including eligibility for registration and assignment of registration appointments, are managed by the Records and Registration office. Students may register for classes on the web using CI Records via myCI. A list of compatible web browsers for CI Records is available at the Certified Web Browsers web page.
Who to Contact for Admissions / Registration Questions
For admission questions including ELM/EPT testing and for those who are conditionally exempt, please call (805) 437-8520.
For registration questions including pre-requisites, co-requisites, enrollment errors, and enrolling in learning communities, please call (805) 437-8500 or email email@example.com.
For Early Start questions, please review the webpage for the most up to date information, including the scores needed for each level of math: http://www.csuci.edu/earlystart/.
- Registration Calendar
- Enrollment Appointment Distribution
- Registration Guides, Tools and Tutorials
- Pre-requisites, Enrollment Limits and Time Conflicts
|April 20-23, 2015||Continuing student registration begins by appointment|
|June 15, 2015||New Transfer student registration begins|
|July 6, 2015||New Freshman student registration begins|
|August 24 through September 11, 2015||Add classes using permission numbers. Students may drop classes via CI Records without special permission.|
|September 14-18, 2015||Add or drop a class via Change of Program form (instructor and chair signatures required).**|
|September 21 through November 13, 2015||Adding classes is not permitted. Drops allowed for serious and compelling reasons only.**|
|November 16 through December 14, 2015||Full term withdrawals for serious and compelling reasons beyond a student’s control only.**|
**See the Schedule of Classes and Change of Program Table for full details.
|November 30 – December 3, 2015||Continuing student registration begins by appointment|
|December 21, 2015||New Transfer student registration begins|
|January 25 – February 12, 2016||Add classes using permission numbers. Students may drop classes via CI Records without special permission.|
|February 15 – 19, 2016||Add or drop a class via Change of Program form (instructor and chair signatures required).**|
|February 22 – April 22, 2016||Adding classes is not permitted. Drops allowed for serious and compelling reasons only.**|
|April 25 – May 20, 2016||Full term withdrawals for serious and compelling reasons beyond a student’s control only.**|
Enrollment Appointment Distribution
Enrollment Appointments for continuing students are assigned by class level and descending number of units earned. Example: A Junior with 88 earned units may receive an appointment on 12/1 in the morning while a Junior with 62 earned units may receive an appointment on 12/1 in the afternoon or evening. Priority appointments are given to the following populations: Accommodations, AB 194, Veterans, Presidential Scholars, and EOPR/First Generation LI.
Students may enroll and adjust their schedules beginning at their Enrollment Appointment until January 24, 2016 at 11:59PM. Late registration and the Add/Drop period begins January 25, 2016.
Registration Guides, Tools and Tutorials
The links below will show you how to register for your classes in CI Records. You may read a step-by-step guide or watch video tutorials on adding, dropping and swapping classes.
View our Registration video tutorials page.
The Schedule Planner is an online tool located in CI Records. It will allow you to enter courses and generate every possible schedule combination, choose a schedule, and import the schedule directly into your CI Records Shopping Cart.
To learn more, please refer to our Schedule Planner video tutorials page.
Pre-requisites, Enrollment Limits and Time Conflicts
Some classes have pre-requisites which will prevent you from enrolling in the class if you do not meet specific requirements. You may check to see if you have met the pre-requisites by using Shopping Cart Validation before your enrollment appointment. Click on the links below for more information on pre-requisite checking:
Undergraduate students in good academic standing may enroll in up to 18 units. Students who wish to enroll in more than 18 units must obtain approval from the chair or faculty advisor in the student’s declared major, or by an academic advisor if undeclared. Undergraduate students on academic probation may enroll in up to 14 units. Students on academic probation who wish to enroll in more than 14 units are required to have an academic advisor’s written approval.
If you are attempting to enroll in two courses that conflict in time, you will need to obtain authorization from both instructors and submit a Class Time Conflict form to the Enrollment Center for processing along with a Change of Program (Add/Drop) form. You will not be able to enroll via CI Records via myCI for this type of request.
Records & Registration
Enrollment Center, Sage Hall, Room 1020
Phone: (805) 437-8500
TDD: (805) 437-3331
Fax: (805) 437-8509