Registration Policies/Procedures
Registration information is published in the Fall and Spring Class Schedules or you may contact the Admissions and Registration Office for more information. Registration begins on the following dates:

Summer & Fall Registration
  • Online – March 14th
  • In Person – March 21st
Late enrollment is usually permitted if the class has met only once. Enrollment after the second session is by permission of the instructor and the appropriate Dean.

The withdrawal/drop policy will apply proportionately to these classes as defined in Withdrawal Procedures. Students are advised to examine information in the Schedule to determine when they may make changes in their schedules without penalty.


During registration, students have the option of being added to a waitlist if there are no longer openings available in the class section of their choice, and they have not registered in any other section of that course. Students can be added to a waitlist until ten business days before classes begin for that term.

As openings occur in a waitlisted class, students are moved from the waitlist and registered in the class in the order in which they were put on the waitlist. Students are informed of their registration in the waitlisted class by mail and provided with a copy of their revised schedule.

All waitlists are cleared ten business days before classes begin. Students on the cleared waitlists are advised of the waitlist closing by mail. After the waitlists are cleared students will be registered in classes on a first-come-first-served basis should openings occur.

While it should be noted that being on a waitlist neither guarantees registration in the class nor that a new section will be made available for the same time, day, or instructor, students are encouraged to join a waitlist for classes in the following situations:

  • The student definitely wants/needs this particular class this term
  • The student has met the prerequisites for the class
  • The student is willing to change their class schedule, if necessary, to accommodate this class
  • The student's personal schedule can be rearranged on short notice
  • The student is eligible for registration (There are no "holds" on the student account)

The student has the following responsibilities in every waitlist situation:

  • To monitor their waitlist status on CAMPUSNET
  • To contact the Admissions Office to be removed from waitlisted classes, when appropriate
  • To pay all tuition and fees incurred when enrolled in the class for which they are waitlisted
  • To provide current telephone, email, and mailing address information
  • To advise the Financial Aid Office of schedule changes that affect their Financial Aid status

Students may add and drop classes online on dates established by the college. Students are only officially registered for those courses appearing on their official class schedule. Changes to class schedules can be made by adding and dropping classes after initial registration either online or in person on the main campus or at any education center.

However, students must add and/or drop classes in the Office of Admissions and Registration on the main campus or any education center by completing an Add/Drop Form once the online registration period has ended.

Information regarding online and in person registration dates for each semester is provided on the Kaskaskia College website, in the published class schedule, in the Office of Admissions and Registration, and at all of the Kaskaskia College Education Centers.

Seven Steps to Enrollment:
1. Apply for Admissions
2. Apply for Financial Aid
3. Testing & Assessment (COMPASS)
4. Academic Advising
5. Registration
6. Tuition Payments
7. New Student Orientation
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