This Fall 2018, San Diego City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges are in the process of implementing a new student system: mySDCCD. On July 10, students who submitted a financial aid application for Fall 2018 were invited to check out the new mySDCCD portal to view their financial aid information only.
During the transition from Reg-e to mySDCCD, students will continue to use Reg-e to register for Fall 2018 classes, search the class schedule, pay for classes, purchase parking permits, etc. All students will be registering in mySDCCD for the Spring 2019 semester. Note: Students will still use their 7-digit CSID when logging into Reg-e. For more information please visit our mySDCCD transition information page.
July 20 is the last day to update your banking information for Summer Direct Deposit of Financial Aid funds. Make sure your mailing address is up to date in Reg-e as students will NOT have direct deposit available for Fall 2018 (only paper checks will be issued for Fall 2018).
New/First-Time students who have completed orientation, assessment, and have a first semester education plan by July 5 will receive priority registration. Active Duty Military, Veterans who were discharged within the past 15 years, Homeless Youth and current or former Foster Youth under the age of 25, may be eligible for priority registration.
For information, contact the college Admissions Office at 619-388-7844 or visit K1-207 by July 5 for required verification.
Students can view their registration date and time on July 6 by logging in to Reg-e at: https://studentweb. sdccd.edu/reg-e.
The Fall class schedule is now available online at http://schedule.sdccd.edu and, in print, on campus.
To view course listings and important deadlines, or to register for classes, visit the "Students" page at: https://www.sdccd.edu/students/index.aspx.
Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight
- Saturday , 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 pm.
You MUST be logged in 15 minutes prior to closing.
Reg-e will NOT be available the following dates:
o July 4, September 3, November 12, November 22 - 24
Refer to "Hours of Operation" at https://www.sdccd.edu/students/forms-and-documents.aspx for student support service hours of operations.
Be sure to contact your college Counseling, Assessment, or First Year Services Office to complete these important services and start reaching your education goals, as well as to receive priority registration. View the "Roadmap to Success" video for more information about these important services:
Students participating in a special program such as EOPS/DSPS/CalWorks, should see their special program counselors.
Special Program Counseling