What Kind of Student
Are You?
Continuing Student
You are currently enrolled at Foothill College.
 
Former Student
You have attended Foothill before, but did not enroll the previous quarter.
 
Fully Matriculated Student
You have completed the required orientation and assessment, and have developed an education plan with a counselor.
 
High School Student
You are currently enrolled as a freshman through senior at a high school or approved home school.
 
New Student
You have never enrolled at Foothill College.
 
New Transfer Student
You have completed coursework as another college but you have never enrolled at Foothill College. Units completed at other colleges are not considered for registration.
 
Non-Matriculated Student
You have not completed the required orientation, assessment or education plan.
When to Register for Fall Quarter 2014
Register and pay fees via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account. Payment in full is due when you register; you will be dropped for non-payment.

Priority Registration
First-Time Fully Matriculated DSPS, EOPS, Veteran, Foster Youth and CalWorks Students only July 16-Sept. 21
Continuing Fully Matriculated DSPS, EOPS, Veteran, Foster Youth and CalWorks Students only July 17-Sept. 21
Continuing Students who were enrolled in 12 units or more during Spring Quarter, and have selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate, and have declared an academic major.
July 21-Sept. 21

New, Fully Matriculated Students
July 22-Sept. 21

Continuing Students who were enrolled in fewer than 12 units during Spring Quarter, and have selected an educational goal of transfer, degree or certificate, and have declared an academic major.
July 22-Sept. 21

New, Non-Matriculated Students
July 23-Sept. 21

New Transfer Students
July 23-Sept. 21

All Other Students
July 24-Sept. 21

High School Students
July 30-Sept. 21

New & Former Students
Applies to students who were not enrolled at Foothill College during Spring Quarter 2014. You must complete and submit the Application for Admission at least three business days before you register. You may then register via your MyPortal account. Applications are accepted throughout the registration period. If you are a new student and have not yet completed an associate degree or higher, you are required to participate in an orientation to college course. Your fees are due when you register; pay fees online via your MyPortal account. You will be dropped from classes if payment in full is not remitted. For more information, read regulations and policies on the admissions webpage. Three days after you submit your application online, you're eligible to register.

High School Students
You may earn college units while you're in high school. This is called concurrent enrollment. Freshman through seniors who are currently enrolled in high school or an approved home school may earn up to 10 units per quarter (maximum of 6 units during Summer Session) by enrolling in Foothill College courses. Review the application, registration and testing process for high school students. Be aware that high school students must have all required permission forms on file at the Foothill College Admissions & Records Office and any necessary prerequisites cleared by the Foothill College Counseling Office before they will be permitted to register.

Late Registration
Late registration is accepted with instructor's add code/signature during the first two weeks of the quarter only. When you register late, you must pay all fees at the time of registration. You will not be able to add classes after the end of the second week. Plan accordingly.

Important Dates & Deadlines
Sept. 22 Fall quarter classes begin. Classes run through Dec. 12 unless otherwise noted in the Schedule of Classes.
Deadline to add/drop a class. Deadline varies for each class. Generally, the deadline is Friday of the second week for 12-week classes (Oct. 3). Verify the exact drop deadlines via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Sept. 22-Oct. 3 Late registration accepted with instructor's add code/signature. The deadline to add and submit fees for a 12-week course is Oct 3.
Deadline to qualify for and request refund. Generally, the deadline to drop a 12-week class and qualify for a refund falls within the first two weeks of the term. However, drop deadlines may vary per class. Verify exact drop deadlines and download the Refund Request Form via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Oct. 17 Deadline to submit Pass/No Pass Form. You may complete the form online before the term begins. Once the term begins, you must submit the completed form to the Admissions & Records Office. Download the form via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Nov. 10 Veterans Day observance; campus closed.
Nov. 27-30 Thanksgiving observance; campus closed. Weekend classes do not meet.
Deadline to drop a 12-week class with a W. Deadline varies for each class. Generally, the deadline is Friday of the eighth week for 12-week classes (Nov. 14). Verify exact drop deadlines via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.
Dec. 9-12 FINAL EXAMS.
Dec. 15-Jan. 2 Winter Recess

Top of Page

Admission & Registration
Home

 
 
Admission GuidelinesProgram RequirementsPrerequisitesHonors
 
 
 
When & How To RegisterPriority RegistrationAdd/Drop ClassesRepeating a CourseFoothill TranscriptsViewing GradesTaxes: 1098-T
 
 
 
FeesNon-PaymentRefunds
 
 
 
Dates & DeadlinesExam ScheduleForms