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Dual Enrollment Course Registration

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Learn how and when to register for dual enrollment courses, how waitlists work, and how to update your registration.

Registering for Courses

The dual enrollment program manager registers dual enrollment students for their classes. After you have been admitted as a dual enrollment student, you should submit your required documentation for each semester at least one week before the dual enrollment registration dates. The deadline to submit documentation for dual enrollment is the last date listed for registration.

Required Documentation

Dual Enrollment Dates and Deadlines
SemesterFirst Date for RegistrationLast Date for RegistrationClasses Begin
Summer 2024 April 8, 2024* May 10, 2024 May 13, 2024
Part of Term 3 Classes:
June 24, 2024
Part of Term 3 Classes:
June 27, 2024
Part of Term 4 Classes:
June 14, 2024
Part of Term 4 Classes:
June 17, 2024 
Fall 2024 April 22, 2024* Aug. 16, 2024 Aug. 19, 2024
Part of Term 3 Classes:
Oct. 11, 2024
Part of Term 3 Classes:
Oct. 14, 2024
Spring 2025 Nov. 11, 2024* Jan. 3, 2025 Jan. 6, 2025
Part of Term 3 Classes:
Feb. 28, 2025
Part of Term 3 Classes:
March 3, 2025

*Student registration will be processed by the Dual Enrollment office beginning on this date. For more dates and deadlines, please visit the Academic Calendar.

Finding Courses

Consult with your school counselor each semester to identify the class(es) you want to take. We recommend choosing a couple of backup classes in case your first choices are full.

  • Course Search: Find course information, including the instructor, times/days, location, instruction method, and any prerequisites. Dual enrollment students are best served by lower-division (1000-2000 level) courses unless prerequisites for upper division (3000-4000 level) courses have been met.
  • Course Search Instructions

Non-degree Status

Dual enrollment students are classified as non-degree seeking. Registration for this classification opens last. However, a perk of the dual enrollment program is that students can register once open registration begins, through the dual enrollment program manager.

Ways to Register

  • When open registration begins: Any classes registered between open registration and the non-degree-seeking registration will need to be completed by the dual enrollment program manager by emailing
  • When non-degree-seeking registration begins: Students may self-register; however, the approval form is required to stay registered. If a student registers for a section they are not approved to take, they will be removed from the class.

Class Schedule

You can find your class schedule in Classmate by logging in with your ArgoNet credentials. You can review your registered course(s) and those for which you are waitlisted and in what order. 

Waitlist Options

If there are no seats available in a requested course section, you will be placed on a waitlist and notified of your options:

  1. Remain on the waitlist, and, if a seat becomes available, you’ll be notified via email; OR
  2. Wait until the drop/add week to request to be added to the course/section in question; OR
  3. Request a different section of the course (different date/time); OR
  4. Request a different course. Written approval from your counselor will be required.

If you are added to a waitlist, you are not registered for the course. You have been placed in a queue to be allowed to register if a spot opens. You will need to notify the dual enrollment program manager at to process your registration during the period between open registration and non-degree registration. Once non-degree registration opens, you will be able to register if a spot opens for you.

Dual enrollment students do not have priority on waitlists, so it is possible to be bumped further down the list by a degree-seeking student. Please note that if you miss the waitlist release, you will be removed or dropped from the waitlist completely. If you want to return to the queue, you will need to be added again.

Registration Changes

Registration changes can be made only through the last day of the first week of classes (also known as drop/add week) AND with written permission from your counselor. No classes will be added after the first week of classes.

Changing Sections or Courses

A new approval form is needed only when you are changing the course you are enrolled in. For instance, if you are taking ENC 1101 (CRN 10001) but would prefer a different time for this course and would like to update your registration to ENC 1101 (CRN 10005), then no approval form is needed. However, if you are in ENC 1101 but decide you would like to take MAC 1105, then a new approval form will be required, as this is a different course.

Dropping Courses

No approval form is needed to drop a class. An email from your counselor requesting the drop is sufficient. However, the request must be approved by the counselor. If they choose not to send email the request to withdraw, then you will need written proof (either via email chain or other) confirming their approval.