Dates, Times and Registration Options for Fall 2023

When to register

Fall registration opens on March 27 and continues through:

March 27 — August 27
for full semester and first seven-week session (classes start August 28)

March 27 — September 24
for late start session (classes start September 25)

March 27 — October 17
for second seven-week session (classes start October 18)

Once registration opens, meet with an advisor and register early for best course selection.

If you receive a financial aid award, you are required to register for all Fall 2023 courses by September 15.

How to register

Online registration is the best option for current students and is available 24/7.
  • Try our Online registration system OR
  • Log in to SIMON
  • If you plan to Audit a credit class, in SIMON click "Request to Audit Courses" and follow the instructions after you complete the registration process.
New to CCBC? Fall schedule of classes available to view March 20/register on March 27.

Enrollment Services hours of operation »

Extended Weekend Registration Hours

Saturday, August 19  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday, August 26 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Sunday, August 27       11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Payment dates and how to make a payment »

Late registration for open sections

You are permitted to register late for an open class without the Dean's or Designee's permission before the second class meeting. After the class has met twice, you are required to obtain the Dean's or Designee's permission (in consultation with the instructor).

Exceptions The Dean's or Designee's permission is required after the first day of the semester or session for:
  • Courses that meet once a week only
  • Science courses with labs
  • Abbreviated sessions
Online courses
The Dean's or Designee's permission is required for ALL Web courses on the first day of the semester or session. If you miss one class meeting, the late enrollment policy is in effect.

Learning Environments

"" Ranging from fully on-site to fully online, we're offering a variety of learning options to better meet student needs.
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