What Kind of Student Are You?

These definitions will help you determine your status for receiving priority registration.

  • CONTINUING STUDENT: You are currently enrolled at Foothill College.

  • FORMER STUDENT: You have attended Foothill before, but did not enroll the previous quarter.

  • FULLY MATRICULATED STUDENT: You have completed the required orientation and assessment, and have developed an education plan with a counselor.

  • HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: You are currently enrolled as a freshman through senior at a high school or approved home school.

  • NEW STUDENT: You have never enrolled at Foothill College.

  • NEW TRANSFER STUDENT: You have completed coursework as another college but you have never enrolled at Foothill College. Units completed at other colleges are not considered for registration.

  • NON-MATRICULATED STUDENT: You have completed coursework as another college but you have never enrolled at Foothill College. Units completed at other colleges are not considered for registration.
New & Former Students
Applies to students who were not enrolled at Foothill College during Spring Quarter 2015. You must complete and submit the Application for Admission at least three business days before you register. Three days after you submit your application online, you're eligible to register via your MyPortal.fhda.edu account.. Applications are accepted throughout the registration period. If you are a new student and have not yet completed an associate degree or higher, you are required to enroll in Foothill's one-unit CNSL 5: Introduction to College course. Your fees are due when you register; pay fees online via your MyPortal account. You will be dropped from classes if payment in full is not remitted. For more information, read regulations and policies on the admissions webpage.

High School Students
You may earn college units while you're in high school. This is called dual enrollment. Freshman through seniors who are currently enrolled in high school or an approved home school may earn up to 10 units per quarter (maximum of 6 units during Summer Session) by enrolling in Foothill College courses. Review the application, registration and testing process for high school students. Be aware that high school students must have all required permission forms on file at the Foothill College Admissions & Records Office and any necessary prerequisites cleared by the Foothill College Counseling Office before they will be permitted to register.

 

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