Registration & Schedule

Registration Toolkit

Continuing versus new students

This information is most applicable to continuing LBCC students. New to LBCC? Read information for new students.

Before you register

Video: Your Guide to Winter 2021 Registration
Here’s a quick video overview of what you need to know for winter registration. Priority registration, winter course delivery, how to read your complex course schedule, and more.

The schedule of classes 
The course schedule has been finalized. See what’s new by checking out the new schedule of classes. Want a video overview of the new features? Watch our Schedule of Classes video.

All about delivery modes
Delivery modes tell you how, where, and when you are expected to participate in your classes. There are four delivery modes: Face-to-face (F2F), hybrid, virtual, and online. Check out this infographic that explains the differences. 

Figuring out how your classes will meet
The majority of winter term are being delivered remotely, but face-to-face and hybrid classes will still take place on an LBCC campus. With all of these options, it’s important to know how your classes meet. If you don't know what to look for, reading the schedule can be tricky. Here’s a guide that shows you how to know what’s expected for each class on your schedule.

Finding your perfect schedule

Use the Student Scheduler tool
Find the schedule that is right for you by using the Student Scheduler tool in WebRunner. Once you find a schedule that meets your needs, put it in your shopping cart. Then, on registration day, just go into WebRunner and click register! Here’s a video demo of student scheduler in action. Our friendly staff at the First Resort is always willing to help you navigate Student Scheduler. 

Wondering if that class applies to your degree? Check on DegreeWorks.
DegreeWorks is an education planning tool. With your advisor, you can check on your degree progress and create a unique education plan. Students can access their DegreeWorks independently anytime. Read more information about how to use DegreeWorks. Please note that without consulting with an advisor, there is no guarantee that the information is correct. DegreeWorks should be used in tandem with regular advising appointments. 

Additional sources of help

Advising support
Our Advising Center has drop-in appointments available for all students. Drop-ins at the Advising Center are not meant to replace an appointment with your assigned advisor, but they are a great resource for when you have questions or issues, or when you need to make changes. Contact the Advising Center today by email, phone, or Zoom. 

Registration help
There are many options for registration help:
  • LiveChat on the Linn-Benton website homepage
  • Video chat via the First Resort Zoom room
  • Email at firstresort@linnbenton.edu
  • Phone the Admissions and Registration Department at (541) 917-4811

Instructor signatures ("registration overrides")

What are they?
Some courses require an instructor signature. For courses where you know you’ll need a signature, reach out to the instructors before registration day. Email the instructor with a clear subject line, such as: “Instructor signature requested for CA8.368.” If an instructor is not yet assigned, you can email the dean of the department. If you need help contacting the dean, reach out to the First Resort. 

Prerequisite Override form for dual-enrolled students
If you are registered for a class at LBCC but you are taking the prerequisite for it at another college, fill out the Prerequisite Override form prior to registration day. Because you aren’t taking the class at LBCC and we don’t yet have your transcripts for this term, you must let us know that you’re taking the prerequisite elsewhere.

Waitlists

If you register for a waitlist spot in a class, you must check your student email every day or you may inadvertently give up a spot that becomes available! View our waitlist procedures infographic here. Reach out to the First Resort or Admissions & Registration with questions. 

What's next?

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