How to Register
You can register for classes on, or after your assigned priority date. To determine your priority date, please refer to the registration information that is e-mailed to you as a continuing student, and check "My Assigned Registration Date(s) under Registration in My Mission Portal.
New and returning students are assigned a registration date after successful processing of an application. Priority Registration is given to students that complete the 3SP steps. See our Event Calendar at Events.MissionCollege.edu or our Academic Calendar for dates related to priority registration.
A resident student is one who has been physically present in the state for more than one year and one day prior to the start of the term they will be attending. A person capable of establishing residency in California must be able to provide objective evidence of their eligible immigration status, physical presence in the state of California, and your intent to make California a permanent home.
How to navigate Mission College's class search at schedule.missioncollege.edu.
The regular deadline for students to select the pass/no pass (P/NP) grade option for eligible full-term courses is the last day of instruction of the course. Deadlines for short-term courses may vary.
If a 'registered' student drops a class and a space becomes available, eligible waitlist students are e-mailed and texted .
Monitor your waitlist status in the My Mission Portal, under "Manage my Waitlist."
How to Find My Mission Portal
If you have received a registration error notification at any time during the registration process, please fill out and submit a Registration Assistance Form. A staff person will respond to your submission within 24-48 hours.
After the first day of class, students must get an ADD CODE from the instructor in order to add the class. The ADD CODES are used on the My Mission Portal system for enrolling into class(es). PDF on how to use Add Codes.
Do not register for a class that you wish to audit. As a student, you may audit an eligible course for personal interest, but auditing does not provide course credit. To audit a course, you must meet the audit eligibility criteria. Audit a course.
Dually enrolled high school students in grades 10-12 are required to file an online application via CCCApply and submit a completed Dual Enrollment Form.
In person Dually enrolled students must have a current photo identification at time of registration.
Optional: Mission College Photo ID For High School Students:
- Dual Enrollment/High School students have the option of getting Mission College photo ID.
- Go to Campus Center Information Desk with High School ID, State issed ID, Driver License, Passport, or government issed ID and your class schedule.
- Receive ID request form from Associated Student Government (ASG) and bring it to Admission & Records (SEC 118) with $7.00.
- Take the $7.00 payment receipt to Campus Center Information Desk and have your picture taken.
Students will get a student ID number via CCC Apply prior to registration. Go to apply.missioncollege.edu for further details.