You may register for 1 to 20 credits online. If you wish to exceed 20 credits, you must meet with an Advisor. Contact the Advising Office for more information.
"Variable Credit" means that you may register for all or some of the amount of credits listed for a class. For example, if the Schedule of Classes lists a credit range of 1-3, it means you may take the class for 1, 2 or 3 credits. You will only be charged for the number of credits you register for, and you will receive credit for the amount of work you complete.
In subsequent quarters, you may register for the class again and pay for the remaining credits needed to complete the course.
Changing Credits Online
When you register for a variable credit class, you are registered for the maximum number of credits allowed for the class. To reduce the number of credits for which you are enrolled, log in to the Current Students page and select Web Registration.
Your schedule will show on the page with a button below it that reads "Change Credits."
|Auditing a Class|
You may enroll in a course on an audit basis with instructor permission and upon payment of regular tuition and fees. You are exempt from examinations and do not receive college credit; however, the instructor may require reasonable attendance and class participation. To change from credit to audit or audit to credit, you must complete a Change of Registration Form at the Registration Office. Such changes may be made only with the written consent of the instructor and must be processed by the end of the tenth day of the quarter.
|Pass/No Pass (Credit Only, No Grade)|
Certain courses may be graded as pass/no pass. If you plan to transfer to another college or a university, you should determine the policy of that school regarding the acceptance of these courses before choosing this option at Clark.
To change a class to pass/no pass, obtain the instructor's signature, and in some cases the instructional dean's signature, on a Change of Registration Form. Submit the signed form to the Registration Office with photo ID by the end of the eighth week of the quarter. A "pass" grade ("S") is granted only if you pass the subject with a grade of "C" or better. This option is not available for courses being repeated or for classes required for a degree or certificate.