Students may, in some cases, need to register for classes ahead of the open registration times.
Some examples of where this need could arise would be:
(a) a blind student who needs to register early in order to obtain materials in alternative format, i.e. electronic or Braille;
(b) a physically disabled student who needs to register in a particular section of a class due to an area/building's enhanced physical accessibility;
(c) a student with a disability who needs a final course to complete degree requirements and who needs special accommodations to participate in/complete this course.
Approval for priority registration is granted by the DSS Coordinator, and this accommodation is determined on a case-by-case, semester by semester basis. The student is responsible for registering for their class(es) on the designated date, which generally falls on the second day of the college's established priority registration period.