|Semester or Session||Payment Deadline|
|Summer 2017 classes||Fee payment within 24 hours|
|Fall 2017 classes||By Saturday, July 15|
|Spring 2018 classes||By November 1|
West Hills College is making it possible for students to register in advance for classes for an entire year!
Students are able to register for all three semesters of the academic year at once. This will allow students to plan and guarantee their class schedule for a full academic year.
Reg365 is open to all students enrolled at West Hills College, but will benefit students with an educational plan the most. They will already know which classes they need to take if they're following their educational plan and making academic progress.
Students who are eligible for priority registration will be notified via email.
Reg 365 is the new West Hills registration system that will allow students to register for a full year of classes: summer, fall and spring.
The 2017-18 class schedule is available for viewing.
Students can access their priority registration dates on April 4, 2017, by checking their student email. If you are not assigned a priority registration date, open registration begins May 1, 2017.
If you are not assigned a priority registration date, open registration begins May 1, 2017. Check your student email after April 4 to see if you have been assigned an earlier registration appointment.
See payment section above.
Students on second term probation or worse will not receive a priority registration appointment. They will be eligible to register on May 1, 2017.
Students with 70 units or more in progress will not be allowed to register until May 1, 2017. Certain units such as basic skills and special sections will not count toward the 70 unit limit.
There is no change. Students must complete the special admit form for each term they wish to register.
Certain high demand classes may fill up. You have a better chance of getting the schedule you want/need if you register early.
Yes, classes will still have waitlists.
Yes; however, there may be limited seats left in both the classes and on the waitlist. If you think you are not going to pass a class, you will need to drop it before you can register for a second time. Students can check course availability on myWestHills “Search for Classes”.
Yes, the appeal process and forms are available in student services and online. You will need to make an appointment with your counselor, or if you are an online student, contact your counselor by email to help with your appeal.
Yes, if you are currently enrolled in the “prerequisite” course, you may register for the next course before you receive your grade. However, you will be dropped from the course if you do not pass the prerequisite class with a grade of “C” or higher.
College policy allows you to challenge a prerequisite even if it is being met at another institution. There are deadlines in which the prerequisite challenge must be met in order to enroll. Please contact your counselor at the campus you attend to file a Prerequisite/Co-requisite Challenge form.
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