Spring 2023

Continuing students in “good academic standing” (not on academic or progress probation for two semesters) and have not earned more than 90 units are granted priority registration and are assigned registration appointments based on the number of completed and in‑progress degree‑applicable units at VCCCD.

New and returning students must complete the Student Success activities including College Orientation, Assessment, and an Initial or Comprehensive Educational Plan with a counselor to be eligible for Priority Registration.  Priority Registration allows students to register early for their desired courses and schedule

  1. Self-Placement 
  2. Educational Plan (requires MyVCCCD login)

September 30, 2022

Continuing student registration appointment times are listed on MyVCCCD 

October 31, 2022

Special population registration for students with less than 90 units who participate in:
- CalWorks
- ACCESS
- EOPS
- * Foster Youth/former Foster Youth as established by statute
- Homeless Youth as established by statute
- Military Veterans/active duty personnel(Contact the Records Office for Appt.)

  • Continuing students must be in good academic standing** and new students must complete orientation, assessment, and educational plan
  • Online registration is closed daily from 2:00 am to 6:00 am pacific time for system maintenance

* Foster Youth students are exempt from the unit and academic standards requirement.

November 4

Special population registration for continuing student athletes with less than 90 units and students currently participating in a First Year Experience cohort, and Associated Student Government officers:
  • Priority is for 2nd semester verified athletes – see Athletic Director or Coach for information
  • Continuing students must be in good academic standing** 
  • New students must complete orientation, assessment, and educational plan.

November 7

Start of Continuing Student Priority Registration (with less than 90 units)

  • Must be in good academic standing**
  • By appointment only – automatically assigned based on the number of units completed at Moorpark, Oxnard, and/or Ventura College.
  • Register on MyVCCCD
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November 9

Start of High School at Moorpark College registration

November 14

Start of New Student Priority Registration

  • Must complete orientation, assessment, and educational plan.
  • By appointment only – automatically assigned after completion of orientation, assessment and an educational plan.
  • Register on MyVCCCD

November 14

Start of Returning Student Priority Registration (with less than 90 units)

Includes students who have:

  1. not attended the college within the past year, and
  2. not been on two consecutive semesters of academic and/or progress probation.
  • Must first reapply for admission
  • Must complete (or have completed) orientation, assessment, and educational plan.
  • By appointment only – automatically assigned after completion of orientation, assessment, and  educational plan.
  • Register on MyVCCCD

November 16

Start of Spring Open Registration

Includes students:

  1. with 90+ units, or
  2. not in good academic standing**, or
  3. who have not completed orientation, assessment, and an educational plan.
  • No appointment necessary
  • Application must be on file
  • Students that have not attended in over a year (i.e. Returning Students) must submit a new application for admission.
  • Register on MyVCCCD

November 17

Start of Spring Dual Enrollment Registration

Online registration is closed daily from 2:00 am to 6:00 am pacific time for system maintenance.

January 6

Start of Spring 2023 Semester

January 6

Start of dual enrollment registration for Spring.

January 6 - 13 *

Late Registration & Program Adjustment - Week 1
  • Add authorization codes not needed if class is open & there is no waitlist (Full semester classes).
  • Waitlists are still available for closed semester-length classes.
  • Add codes required for all short-term (less than full semester length) classes starting this week.

January 16

Martin Luther King Jr: Day: Campus Closed

January 17 - 20 *

Program Adjustment - Week 2                                                                                                                                              

  • Add authorization codes are now required to add all semester length classes.
  • Waitlists closed for semester-length classes.

January 20 *

Last day to drop with full refund or credit (All Students/Full semester only).

January 29 *

Last day to drop a semester-length class without a "W".

February 17 - 20

Presidents’ Day Holiday: Campus Closed

March 1

No Classes – Flex Day

March 9

Graduation & Certificate Petition Deadline for Spring

March 30

No Classes – Flex Day

March 31

Cesar Chavez Day: Campus Closed

April 3 – April 7

Spring Break: Campus Closed

April 21*

Last day to drop a semester-length class with a "W”.

May 12-18

FINAL EXAMS

May 18

Last day to apply for pass/no pass for a semester-length class.

May 19

MOORPARK COLLEGE GRADUATION

* Information applies to semester-length classes only. Please refer to the on-line schedule of classes for deadline dates for short-term and late-start classes.

Definitions:

**Good academic standing is defined solely for assigning enrollment priority as a student who is not on Probation 2 status has not been placed on academic or progress probation or more serious academic sanction for two consecutive terms. Students who are on probation for two consecutive semesters will lose enrollment priority for the next semester or summer session.

Educational plan is each student's guide to what they need to do to achieve his/her goals.

Initial educational plan is a 1 or 2 semester educational plan that may be created by the student or with the assistance of a counselor. This is not an approved educational plan.

Comprehensive educational plan covers all of the terms needed for student’s to achieve their course of study.  This is the approved educational plan that students must have by the time they complete 15 units of coursework.

Moorpark College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or sexual orientation.