PCC is giving second-tier priority registration status to all students who need three or less courses to complete an Associate degree (AA/AS, AA-T/AS-T)!
How to Qualify?
You qualify if you meet the following criteria:
- Will register for your final classes needed to complete your degree(s) in the upcoming term.
- Completed 45 to 99 units (courses numbered 1-399) at PCC.
- Have a minimum 2.0 GPA (courses numbered 1-399) at PCC.
- Have not received PCC Complete priority registration in a pervious term.
Note: If your current registration date is earlier than the PCC Complete registration date, we will not change your date and will still review your progress towards your degree.
When to Apply
Please submit your request early. Submissions received towards the end of the deadline will have a delay or may not be processed due to time constraints. You may apply during the following periods to receive an earlier registration date for the terms listed:
- Fall: May 1 - June 15
- Winter*: September 15 - October 15
- Spring: September 15 - November 15
- Summer: March 1 - April 10
Note: PCC grants degrees in Summer, Fall, and Spring terms. Winter requests will be processed for Winter registration priority with a Spring degree date.
How to Apply
Submit an online PCC Complete Request/Degree Petition request.
After you submit your online PCC Complete Request/Degree Petition request, a counselor will review your request and records. Once your request is complete, the results will be sent to your LancerMail in LancerPoint.
Processing time is about 2-4 weeks. As long as the request is submitted during the application period, your request will be reviewed.
Thank you for your patience.
How to View your New Registration Date
If your results indicate that you qualify for priority registration, go to LancerPoint one week before registration begins to lookup your new registration day and time.
Once your PCC Complete status is granted, there is no reversal of your one-time only registration priority.
Still have questions about the PCC Complete? Ask a counselor using our Online Counseling form.