Be sure to register before class begins!

Class registration will close at 11:59 p.m. on the day before the scheduled start date of each class. Registration for classes already in session will not be allowed. 

During the Schedule Adjustment (100-percent refund) period, if you are currently enrolled in classes, you may be allowed to adjust your schedules. However, you will not be allowed to enroll in a class if it has already started without written permission. The Schedule Adjustment period for each class is determined by the length of the session (e.g. 16 week, 11 week, etc.). Please see your class schedule in your MyTriton portal for deadline dates. 

If you are dropped for non-payment, you may be allowed to re-enroll in the same class through the midterm date of the class with permission of the instructor. Students receiving financial aid must be re-enrolled by the last day of the 50-percent refund period for the course in order to receive financial aid.

This change will impact all credit, non-contractual courses.

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FACTS Tuition Payment Plan allows a student to have interest-free monthly installments automatically deducted from their bank account or credit card. Find out more by clicking here.


How can you register for classes? 
You may register for classes in one of three ways:

  • Online (MyTriton portal)
  • In person at the Welcome Center (Student Center, B-100)
  • By phone through the Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130 

What should you do before registering for classes?
Before you register for classes, you should…

  • Review available courses in your MyTriton portal or at http://coursecatalog.triton.edu/Pages/SectionsHome.aspx
  • Review your academic plan in your MyTriton portal to determine the classes you need to complete your certificate or degree. 
  • Meet with a counselor to discuss your academic plan and classes for the upcoming term. You may schedule an appointment to meet with your counselor or visit the Walk-in Counseling Center during hours of operation. Visit www.triton.edu/counseling to see a list of counselors. 
  • Confirm that you are in good academic standing and able to enroll in classes. 

What should you do after you register for classes?

After you register for classes, you should make payment arrangements to ensure that you are not dropped from your desired classes. The earlier you register, the more time you will have to make payment arrangements. Registering early is especially important for students who will be using financial aid or the FACTS Tuition Payment Plan. For more information, see the tuition payment schedule


Rethink Registration FAQs

  1. When does the new registration guideline become effective?
    • The new registration guidelines became effective in the spring 2015 semester. This means that you will need to be enrolled in your class by 11:59 p.m. on the day before your class begins. 
     
  2. How can I register for classes?
    • You may register for classes in three ways: online through your MyTriton portal, in person at the Welcome Center in the Student Center, or by phone with the Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.
     
  3. When is the last time that I can register for a class?
    • You may register for a class up to 11:59 p.m. on the day before the class begins.
     
  4. Is it important that I register before the class begins? 
    • Registering before the class begins means that you are ready for instruction on the first day of class. Researchers have found that students who register before the class begins are four times more likely to complete classes with a grade of “C” or better. The earlier you register, the better your selection of classes at times that meet your schedule.
     
  5. What are my options if the class has already started?
    • If the class has already started, you may enroll in another class that has not already started. You will not be allowed to enroll in a class that has already started without written permission. Please review the course listing in your MyTriton portal to identify a class that may better meet your academic needs. 
     
  6. Can I change my schedule during the Schedule Adjustment (100-percent tuition refund) period?
    • You may change your schedule during the 100-percent tuition refund period. Section changes constitute a schedule adjustment. If you are currently enrolled in classes, you may be allowed to adjust your schedule. However, you will not be able to enroll in a class if it has already started without written permission. Remember, the Schedule Adjustment period for each class is determined by the length of the session. Please see your class schedule in your MyTriton portal for deadline dates. 
     
  7. How will this change in registration procedures impact my financial aid eligibility?
    • In order to receive financial aid for your classes, you must be enrolled by the last date of the 50-percent refund period for the class. Remember, the refund periods are determined by the start and end dates of your class. Please see your class schedule in your MyTriton portal for the refund and withdrawal deadlines. 
     
  8. What if I am dropped for non-payment?
    • This procedural change will not impact students who were already registered and dropped for non-payment. If you are dropped for non-payment, you will need to complete the Request for Reinstatement to Class after Drop for Non-Payment Form. This form must be signed by your instructor and submitted to the Welcome Center in the Student Center for processing. Additionally, you should make payment arrangements through your MyTriton portal or the Cashier’s Office. If you receive financial aid, you should notify your financial aid advisor immediately.