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find your Registration Date
Student Services > Counseling > Find Your Registration Date
You can use any computer with Internet access to find your registration date.
Each student's registration date and time is different. To find yours, click "Register For Classes" at the top right of any page on the Harbor College website.
Note that you must use Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox for you to log in. Safari and Google Chrome will not work.
On the next page, click "Student Information System" or wait for the log in screen to appear.
You should see this:
If you don't know your student ID number (SID), enter your social security number (SSN). If you don't know your PIN, read the instructions on the left titled "Personal Identification Number."
If you used your SSN to log in, the next page will show you your SID number.
The next page will show your official LAHC e-mail address.
Once you are on the main screen of the Student Information System (SIS), click "View Reg Appt."
On the next screen, click the drop-down boxes to select "Los Angeles Harbor College" and the semester you are registering for. If the year listed is incorrect, type in the correct year.
After clicking "Submit," you should see your registration appointment date and time. You may not register before this date and time.
Sometimes, a registration appointment is not given because of academic issues or unpaid fees. If there is a problem, the name and phone number of the department you need to contact for help is given.