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PRIORITY REGISTRATION SYSTEM


The objective of priority registration is to give preference to students based on the variables listed below.The priority system gives a "weighted count" to each student. This is calculated automatically at the time a student is assigned a registration appointment.

Priority registration appointments are based on the following factors:

1. Number of Delta AA-Appropriate Units Completed:

00 - 15 = +1
16 - 30 = +2
31 - 45 = +4
46 - 60 = +6
61 - 75 = +8
76 - 90 = +5
91 - 100 = +3
101 - 110 = +1
More than 110 Units Completed = 0

2. Highest Degree Earned or Eligible for:
Lower Priority will be assigned to students who have received a BA/BS or higher degree at any accredited institution:

BA/BS Degree = -1

3. Declared Goal:
Priority for declaration of an AA/AS, transfer, certificate, or retraining as one of top four educational goals = +1

4. Assessment Requirements Met:
Priority for completion of the Matriculation Assessment requirements = +1

5. Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA):
Priority for cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or greater over a cumulative GPA below 2.0. Additional priority for a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater GPA will be based on AA/AS Degree - applicable courses and priority for GPA will be given only to those students whose GPA is based on 15 or more units:

2.0 to 2.99 of AA/AS units = +1
3.0 or better of AA/AS units = +2

6. Student Education Plan Completed:
Preference will be given to students who have filed a Student Education Plan (SEP) = +1

7. Academic Rehabilitation:
Priority for completion of the rehabilitation process = +1

8a. Progress Probation:
Lower priority if more than 50% of grades are "W", "I", or "NC" in consecutive semesters.

Two semesters = -2
Three consecutive terms = -3

8b. Academic Probation:

Lower priority for students who are recorded as being on academic probation = -1

9. Guidance Orientation and Study Skills Classes:
Priority will be given to students who complete any of the following guidance/orientation or study skills courses:

GUID 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 75, 85 or English 33A = +1

Priority will be given to students who complete a Guidance 100 course. This priority will be given only for the first semester after the credit has been recorded = +1

10. Registered EOPS Student In Good Standing = +1

11. Identified Veteran or Verified Veteran Dependent = +1

For more information contact Admissions and Records at (209) 954-5151, Holt 101




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