Below, you will find your updated priority group registration days:
- November 6, Monday – Seniors at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time
- November 7, Tuesday – Juniors at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time
- November 8, Wednesday – Sophomores at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time
- November 9, Thursday – All Other Continuing Students at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time
We encourage all graduating seniors to schedule a meeting with the Student Success Squad (formerly known as Academic Advising) before registration.
For Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores who may need clarification about their course selection, we recommend you make an appointment with the Student Success Squad to review your progress. You can conveniently register for classes directly on MyMenlo. First-year Students are required to meet with the Student Success Squad for clearance before proceeding with online registration. Once cleared, you can register for classes on MyMenlo. Please visit the Student Success Squad Virtual Office site for further details.
Note: If any student has special circumstances, including anything related to course selection or scheduling, we encourage you to meet with the Student Success Squad.
Holds and Alerts: If you currently have a billing hold, please be aware that you will not be able to register for classes. To address billing holds, please get in touch with Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org to make suitable arrangements to clear your hold. If you have a registrar alert, it pertains to a missing document requested by the Office of the Registrar. For any questions related to this, please reach out to email@example.com.
Prerequisites and Course Enrollment: Prerequisites are crucial in ensuring your academic success. To discuss enrolling in a course without the necessary prerequisites, we encourage students to consult with the Student Success Squad.
Waitlists for Full Courses:
If you find yourself on a course waitlist, please know this does not guarantee enrollment. Please do NOT contact professors regarding waitlisted courses.
The Office of Academic Affairs will review and clear waitlists during the first week of the term. To secure enrollment, we recommend registering for available open sections or other courses that meet your degree requirements. If, after the semester begins, students drop out and space becomes available, professors may grant overrides in MyMenlo. In such cases, you will need to return to MyMenlo for registration.
Waitlists for the Spring 2024 Semester will close on January 26 at 2 p.m. At that time, if you haven't been able to register for a class officially, we advise you to register for alternative courses to maintain a full-time course load. Waitlists are capped at 5 students, so please register for open sections when available. Additionally, you are not allowed to waitlist for multiple sections of the same course. Students who waitlist for multiple sections of the same course will be removed from subsequent sections.
Reminder About Full-Time Enrollment:
Enrolling as a full-time student is defined as taking 12 units or more. Full-time enrollment can significantly impact various aspects of your academic journey, including billing, financial aid, immigration status (relevant to our international students), athletic eligibility, and health insurance coverage. If you transition from full-time to part-time status between semesters, you must be aware that you may no longer be eligible for the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), as per the plan's policy. Any medical bills dated after the effective plan date may not be covered by SHIP, potentially resulting in financial implications. We encourage you to make informed decisions regarding your enrollment status and to communicate with us or the appropriate offices if you need assistance or further clarification.
For specific inquiries, here are the relevant contacts:
The advising worksheet presents vital details about course options and the necessities for degree completion. It's an invaluable resource for students during the process of picking their classes, ensuring they meet all the requirements of their academic program. It’s advisable for students to consult the advising worksheet thoroughly to make educated choices about their course schedule.
Watch Video: Introduction to Academic Advising