14,886 students are enrolled at City College in 1,454 sections
20,571 students are enrolled at Mesa College in 2,177 sections
14,128 students are enrolled at Miramar College in 1,198 sections
Change to Class Search Important Deadlines Page
The Pass/No Pass Deadline has been modified to only display for classes with a Pass/No Pass option. This date shows on the online class schedule as well as the student schedule under Important Deadlines.
Example – Grade Only
Example – Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass Option
Co-requisite Courses – Campus Solutions requires that co-requisite course be concurrently enrolled (or prior completion). Faculty teaching co-requisite courses should be mindful that if they are dropping a student from a co-requisite course, the co-requisite must also be dropped. Since many of these “pairs” are taught by different instructors, co-requisite drops must be processed manually via the Records office on campus
Students were sent a series of emails in January and February notifying them of the payment plan option and that holds would be placed on their record if payment was not received by March12, 2020.
Registration holds will resume being placed on student records for outstanding fees beginning March 13,2020. The overdue balance service indicator/hold (B41) will be placed on student accounts daily. This will prevent students from adding additional classes and will hold the awarding of a degree/certificate. It will not prevent students from dropping classes.
Campus Solutions will automatically remove overdue balance service indicators/holds (B41) upon payment. Students may contact Student Accounting during business hours to remove the hold immediately.
The following student populations will be exempt and will not receive a B41 overdue balance service indicator/hold:
Financial Aid students with anticipated aid on their account
Students enrolled in a payment plan, where the last installment date has not passed (Fall 2019 - 06/20/2020; Spring 2020 - 04/19/2020)
San Diego Promise students
Veterans students (Chapter 31 Vocational Rehab & Chapter 33 Post 9/11)
The 2019 1098-T Tax form was mailed to eligible students (who did not consent to “Electronic” delivery of the form) on Friday, January 31, 2020. Eligible students who selected “Electronic” delivery of their 1098-T tax form can now download their 2019 1098-T Tax form at mySDCCD. Instructions on how to download the 1098-T Tax form were e-mailed to students Friday, January 31, 2020 to those who granted “Electronic” consent. The 1098-T Tax form is a tuition statement that may be used by students or parents to claim the American opportunity tax credit or Lifetime Learning Credit on their federal income tax returns.
Students who are current college (UGRD) students are not able to apply/enroll online for Continuing Education classes and must be manually enrolled. The programming correction has been made and the team is actively testing. It should be corrected this month.
Campus Solutions was erroneously awarding Program Certificates to Continuing Education students. The automated process was stopped and the student records corrected. The change in programming has been made and the team is actively testing. It should be corrected by 03/13/2020.