Blocks and Errors

 

Self Service Registration Blocks and Error Messages


  • Resolution: 
    If you are attempting to register in one of the below specialized cohort programs, please contact the program for more information:

    Associate Degree Nursing (805) 730-4166
    Vocational Nursing (805) 730-4166
    Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (805) 730-4166
    Home Health Aide (HHA) (805) 730-4166
    Radiography (805) 730-4166
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography (805) 730-4166
    Cosmetology/Esthetician (805) 683-4191
    Honors Program (805) 730-4001
    Marine Diving Technologies (805) 730-4226
    School of Culinary Arts (805) 730-4258
    Noncredit - Allied Health Programs (805) 898-8160

  • Resolution:
    You must also register in the corequisite course reflected in the error message. Enter both CRNs on the Add Classes worksheet simultaneously and submit your changes. For example, when registering for ENG 110, you must also register in ENG 120 at the same time.


  • Resolution: 
    Credit CourseSearch for another course to register in.

    Noncredit Course: Visit Information & Registration for assistance.


  • Resolution: 

    Visit www.sbcc.edu/apply to select the correct application.


  • Resolution: 
    If you are a Dual Enrollment student, you must submit a Dual Enrollment Approval form to have the block cleared. Go to www.sbcc.edu/dualenrollment for information. If you are attempting to register in a course with supplemental application requirements, you need to contact the appropriate department for information.

    Associate Degree Nursing (805) 730-4166
    Vocational Nursing (805) 730-4166
    Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (805) 730-4166
    Home Health Aide (HHA) (805) 730-4166
    Radiography (805) 730-4166
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography (805) 730-4166
    Cosmetology/Esthetician (805) 683-4191
    Honors Program (805) 730-4001
    Marine Diving Technologies (805) 730-4226
    School of Culinary Arts (SCA) (805) 730-4258
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    Definition:
    The maximum hours allowed in Fall/Spring is 18 and in Summer is 8. For Dual Enrollment students, the maximum hours allowed is 9 (Fall/Spring) and 8 (Summer). *Students on Disqualification or Probation may be subject to reduced maximum hours. For more information on disqualification or probation unit limitations, please visit: www.sbcc.edu/probation

    Resolution:
    Credit Students: Drop a course in order to add the desired course. Fall/Spring: Students with a cumulative 3.0 grade point average with 12 or more units (not ESL) completed at SBCC may enroll in up to 20 units (9 units in Summer). Visit Admissions & Records for assistance. Ability to enroll in excess of 20 units (9 units in Summer) requires counselor authorization. Students who do not have a cumulative 3.0 grade point average at SBCC or who have records from another college or high school may take in excess of 18 units (9 units in Summer) upon counselor authorization. Visit the Academic Counseling Center for assistance.

    Noncredit Students: Contact your instructor for assistance.

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    Definition:
    Many courses at Santa Barbara City College have enforced prerequisites. All students are required to meet prerequisite standards prior to registering for these courses.

    Resolution: 
    Click here for Prerequisite information

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    Definition:
    You have previously completed the course with a passing grade or enrolled in the course during the current semester.


    Resolution for a credit course:
    If you have previously completed the course with a passing grade, you may be eligible to audit the course with instructor approval. If you are registered in the class in the current term, you will not be allowed to register until final grades are posted.

    Resolution for a noncredit course:
    Visit Information & Registration for assistance.


  • Definition:
    You have exceeded the maximum number of allowable enrollments in this course.

    Resolution:
    You may be eligible for consideration of an additional enrollment. Review the Petition for Course Repetition in Excess of Maximum Allowable Enrollments at www.sbcc.edu/forms. Only completed petitions will be accepted in Admissions & Records and must be submitted by stated deadlines (see petition). All petitions for course repetition require review by the Scholastic Standards Committee.

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    Definition:
    You have previously completed the maximum number of allowable repetitions in this course.

    Resolution:
    Use class search to find another course to register in. 


  • Definition:
    Your record reflects that you have exceeded the maximum number of course repetitions as defined in the college catalog.


    Resolution:
    You are encouraged to select another course to register in. For example, if you are attempting to register in PE 149: Life Fitness and receive this message, you may choose to register in PE 166: Life Fitness Strength Training instead.
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    Definition:
    Registering in classes that overlap is not permitted.

    Resolution:
    Use class search to select another CRN of the same course that meets at different days/times. For time conflicts of no more than ten minutes, submit the Petition to Allow Time Conflicts to Admissions & Records.