Enrollment Priority

Spring 2021

Priority 1: Monday, November 2, 2020

Students who have completed the matriculation process, meet the eligibility criteria and are participating in the following programs:
EOPS
SAS (DSPS)
CalWORKS
TANF/Tribal TANFA Veteran
An active member of the military

Or are:
Foster Youth (eligible up to dismissal)
Homeless Youth (eligible up to dismissal)

Priority 2: Monday,  November 9, 2020

Continuing student-athletes/Matriculated and good standing

Priority 3: Tuesday,  November 10, 2020

Continuing students (in good standing) who have completed the Matriculation* with 30—74.5 units completed, in-progress units and have a current Student Ed Plan

Priority 4: Wednesday,  November 11, 2020

Continuing students (in good standing) who have completed Matriculation* with 1—29.5 units completed, in-progress units and have a current Student Ed Plan

Priority 5: Thursday,  November 12, 2020

Continuing students (in good standing) who have completed Matriculation* with 75—99.5 units completed, in-progress units and have a current Student Ed Plan

Priority 6: Friday,  November 13, 2020

New students who have completed the Matriculation* process and are not one of the identified groups in Priority 1

Priority 7:  Monday,  November 16, 2020

Continuing students (in good standing) with 30—74.5 completed and in-progress units

Priority 8: Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Continuing students (in good standing) with 1—29.5 completed and in-progress units

Priority 9: Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Continuing students (in good standing) with 75—99.5 completed and in-progress units

Priority 10: Thursday, November 19, 2020

Concurrently enrolled high school students

Priority 11: Friday, November 20, 2020

All other categories, including but not limited to:

  • New applicants who have applied for admission but not completed the matriculation process
  • Returning students
  • Readmitted students after dismissal
  • Students with 100+ completed degree- applicable units at COM
  • Students who are not in good standing (on academic/progress probation or dismissal)

 

Your enrollment priority will be determined by your status as a new, continuing or returning student at College of Marin, and a series of steps called matriculation that are designed to help you be successful as a college student. By completing each of these steps you may earn the right to register earlier in the registration cycle, providing you with the best chance of securing the classes you need each semester.

 

The 2 key steps of matriculation* include:

• Meet with a Counselor to Develop/Update your Student Educational Plan

• Participate in an Orientation