Prepare for Registration


Deadlines For Registration


Registration Workshops for Summer and Fall Classes 2024

The College of Business and Economics will be hosting Registration Workshops to assist currently enrolled students in class planning for the upcoming Summer and Fall semester. Advisors will be available to answer general questions about classes, exploring course offerings and navigating the online registration system. The time is now to think about your Summer and Fall schedule. Don’t wait! Attend a workshop that works with your schedule and make the most out of Summer and Fall!

NOTE: Our registration workshops do not include personalized advisement. For advisement, please visit our advising page for more information about scheduling an appointment with an advisor.

Registration Workshop 2024 Schedule

Registration times are start between 4/15/2024-5/3/2024. Log into your GET account Student Center to see what your Registration date is.

*All Registration workshops will take place in SH 356 from 11am-12pm*

Tuesday, April 16th
Wednesday, April 17th
Friday, April 19th
Tuesday, April 23rd
Wednesday, April 24th
Friday, April 26th
Tuesday, April 30th
Wednesday, May 1st
Friday, May 3rd
Tuesday, May 7th
Wednesday, May 8th


How to prepare for registration

To prepare for registration, please do the following: 

  • Check your registration appointment on GET (time and date you register) in advance. Registration appointments are based on the number of units you have completed. Your registration appointment or permit to register is not an advisement appointment—it is the time you will log on to GET to register for your classes online.
  • Fee payments for registration. Tuition and fees must be paid at least three days before your registration appointment. Payment can be made by Cash or Check at the Cashiers' Office, Adm. 128, Monday – Thursday, 8am-6pm or Friday 8am-5pm or online at
  • Check registration holds on your GET account. If you do have holds, please contact the appropriate office and have them removed prior to your registration appointment.
  • Review your CAAR report to make sure it looks correct. If anything appears to be missing, send official scores or transcripts to the Cal State LA Admissions Office.
  • Prepare to register in a full course load. To review your major requirements, review the e-catalog at Plan to take 15 units per semester to stay on track for graduation.




New students, review the following orientation presentations in preparation for registration...

Orientation 2.0

Freshmen and new transfers must attend a second Orientation prior to Spring enrollment. The details will be covered in Orientation 2.0.