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Registration Frequently Asked Questions

I can't register for a class. What does "prerequisites not met" mean?

Prerequisites are classes required in order to take more advanced classes. Consult the class schedule to learn about prerequisites for specific classes.

If you have completed prerequisite classes at another college, schedule an appointment with an advisor and bring your unofficial or official transcripts to the appointment to have the prerequisites overridden.

How does the waitlist work?

If a class is full you can put yourself on a waitlist. If a space becomes available before the term begins, the first student on the list will be contacted via CGCC Student Email with an offer to join the class. The waitlist is maintained on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Only add yourself to a waitlist by the first day of the term.
  • Ensure your contact information is correct.
  • Prior to the first day of the class, the first 5 waitlisted students will be contacted to attend the class. Only those 5 students should attend.
  • Classes that are waitlisted do not count towards financial aid enrollment status.

I can't access my online class. What does "the class is not enrollable at this time" mean?

If you can access the Moodle main menu screen, but it displays the message "This course is not enrollable at this time" when you try to access individual courses, email your instructor to be added to their Moodle roster.

Can't access your Moodle account? Contact Ron Watrus, rwatrus@cgcc.cc.or.us, (541) 506-6084 or Student Services, (541) 606-6011

I can't log in to MyCGCC. What do I do?

Try to reset your password. If you need help, contact Student Services.

I do not have an "OK to Register." What should I do?

To receive an "OK to Register," contact an advisor.

The class that I plan to take is full. What should I do?

You can:

  1. Put yourself on a waitlist for the class and we will notify you when the space becomes available.
  2. Consult the class schedule and catalog to see when the class will be offered again.
  3. Meet with an advisor to look for different options.