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Are you ready to register for classes? Whether you’re a pro at picking classes, this is your first time or you’re looking to take a few classes here and there, this page will give you the steps to get you on the right path. 

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If you are new to Southwestern College, or have not taken classes in the last six months, you can  apply at CCC Apply Page.

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Search the classes we have available this term. Search Schedule.

Meet with a Counselor

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We have hundreds of classes to help you reach your goals. Link to register. (Must be logged into MySWC).

These pages will provide you general information about important dates and deadlines (by term), Department Hours, School Hours, Unit and Center Hours, Deans/Department Chair listing, and other student services.

Student Path

Connecting to the category that best describes you will get you on your path quicker: Current Student, Returning Student, New/Future Student, High School, Adult Student and Non-Credit Student.

How to Make a Counseling Appointment

Counselors hold group information sessions to help students select which classes to select and to plan your first semester at Southwestern College. For more information please visit the Counseling Page.


Important Dates

Which Classes Should I Choose?

Whether you're a new student waiting to see a counselor, or a transfer student waiting for your official transcripts to come in, the SWC Catalog can help you plan your own schedule so you can register now, instead of waiting.

  1. Math and English
  2. Major requirements
  3. General Education requirements.
    • There are three basic General Education patterns, and all three are spelled out in the Catalog:
      • CSU (e.g., San Diego State, Cal State Long Beach, etc.). If you are going to the Cal State system, you may want to give special attention to our "degree with a guarantee" program called ADT (or Associate Degree for Transfer).
      • IGETC (for CSU or UC schools: e.g., UC San Diego, UCLA. etc.)
      • Associate Degree (for those who will be transferring out of state or to private institutions, or not transferring)

If you're not sure which pattern you will choose, here is a link that lists all the current courses that appear in all 3 patterns!

Additional Information

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