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Registration Timelines & Unit Limits

Registration Appointments 

Enrollment appointments are assigned based on the number of units that students have completed.  Newly admitted undergraduate students who have attended an orientation session and continuing students are eligible to register for classes during Early Registration as are returning students from an approved Leave of Absence.

Registration appointments are assigned approximately one week prior to registration for the next quarter (subject to change when the University converts to a semester calendar).  Appointments may be viewed online in the Student Center in Bronco Direct.  Unit limitations apply to each of the registration periods.  These unit limits include only enrolled units. Waitlisted units are not included in the unit limit. Students may waitlist up to a maximum of 9 units. For detailed information about "Waitlisting" please click here.

The chart below shows the first day of the registration appointment provided to each of the class levels. For more information on your class level, see the section under Class Levels below.

 

Summer 2017

FIRST DAY OF THE ASSIGNED REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT

Class Level

Registration Period

Unit Limit

Priority Registration

4-Year Pledge Students

April 19-20

16 enrolled units (refer to majors below)
17 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

All other approved groups

13 enrolled units (refer to majors below)
14 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

General Registration - Week 1

Masters/Credentials

April 24, 2017 (starts 12pm)

16 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Graduating Seniors

April 24, 2017 (starts 12am)

20 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Seniors

April 24, 2017 (starts 12am)

13 enrolled units (refer to majors below)
14 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Juniors

April 25, 2017 (starts 12am)

Sophomores

April 26, 2017 (starts 12am)

Freshmen

April 27, 2017 (starts 12am)

General Registration - Week 2

Masters/Credentials

April 28-May 5, 2017

16 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Graduating Seniors

20 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

All others

17 enrolled units (refer to majors below)
18 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Add/Drop Period - 10 week & First 5 Week Sessions (OU & OU1)

Masters/Credentials

June 12-22

16 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Graduating Seniors

20 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

All others

17 enrolled units (refer to majors below)
18 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Add/Drop Period  - Second 5 Week Session (OU2)

Masters/Credentials

          June 12-August 1      

16 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Graduating Seniors          

 20 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

All others

17 enrolled units (refer to majors below)
18 enrolled units (refer to majors below)

Class Level

Class Standing
Units Earned (Does Not Include In-Progress Units)
Graduate and Credential Students N/A
Graduating Seniors Students who have 20 units or less to complete
to earn their undergraduate degrees AND have applied for graduation
Seniors 135 units and above
Juniors between 90 and 134 units
Sophomores between 45 and 89 units
Freshmen between 0 and 44 units

Breakdown of Majors (for Unit Limits)

Undergraduate Majors requiring 180-190 units to degree completion - 17 units

 Accounting

 English

 Management and Human

 Ag Science

 Finance, Real Estate, and Law

 Resources

 Animal Health Science

 Food Marketing and Agribusiness

 Marketing Management 

 Animal Science

 Food Science and Technology 

 Mathematics

 Anthropology

 Foods and Nutrition

 Music (Music Education = 181)

 Apparel Merchandising

 Gender, Ethnicity, and Multicultural

 Philosophy

 and Management

 

 Studies

 Physics

 Art

 Geography

 Plant Science

 Biology

 Geology

 Political Science

 Biotechnology

 Graphic Design

 Psychology

 Chemistry

 History

 Sociology

 Communication

 Hospitality Management

 Spanish

 Computer Information Systems

 International Business

 Technology and Operations

 Computer Science

 Kinesiology

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 Management 

 E-Business

 Liberal Studies

 Urban and Regional Planning

 Economics

 

 

 

 


Undergraduate Majors requiring more than 190 units to degree completion - 18 units

 Aerospace Engineering (198)

 Electronics and Computer

 Landscape Architecture (191)

 Architecture (246)

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 Engineering Technology (198)

 Liberal Studies Blended

 Chemical Engineering (198)

 Engineering Technology (198)

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 BA/ Credential (198)

 Civil Engineering (198)

 GEMS Blended BA/Credential (210)

 Bilingual BA/ Credential (198)

 Computer Engineering (198)

 GEMS Blended Bilingual

  •  

 Manufacturing Engineering (198)

 Construction Engineering

  •  

 BA/Credential (210)

 Mechanical Engineering (198)

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 Technology (198)

 Industrial Engineering (198)

  Electrical Engineering (198)