Admissions and Registration

Courses and Registration

Are you ready to register? During registration, you can choose the classes you want to take, select your preferred schedule, and pay your tuition fees. Let’s get started and make this semester a success!

Online Registration Steps

If you have been admitted, re-admitted to San Jacinto College, or are a continuing student, you can register for classes online. If you are a dual credit student, you will need to see your high school counselor or the dual credit department for registration.
  1. Log into SOS

    Username- this is your San Jac Student Email

    Password (it is case sensitive)- you should have created your own password when you claimed your account for New Student Orientation

  2. Follow Registration Prompts

    Under the "My Student Records" tab, click My Registration. Follow the system prompts and make sure to select your desired registration term.

  3. Register for Classes

    Enter the CRN numbers for desired classes. Select Submit Changes to save the requested classes or to determine if there are registration restrictions.

  4. Finalize Your Schedule

    When you picked your desired schedule, select the View My Schedule link at the bottom of the page to have the system calculate the tuition and fees due. NOTE: Submitting changes will add charges if classes have started.

  5. Payment Details

    Select View Fee Assessment and then select the Student Account Suite button. To learn more about payment schedules and options, click on the Payment Deadlines button.

  6. Print Your Schedule

    Make sure to print your schedule and/or payment confirmation before you exit the system. Confirm it is correct because late changes result in additional charges. To see your schedule and fees, click on Print Options - Schedule/Fee Bill.

Choose Your Path


Our Course Catalog is an essential tool for exploring the diverse range of courses, programs, and resources available at San Jac.

Find a course that best fits your schedule and interests with our course finder. This tool enables you to search for a course by subject, campus, instruction method,  time, and more.
Online courses are an excellent way to get quality education from anywhere, at any time. San Jac offers 60 degrees and certificates that are fully online so  students can learn at their own pace without setting foot on campus.

The Six-Drop Course Limit

The Texas state law allows students to withdraw from up to six courses throughout their undergraduate career. Here are some facts to know about the six-drop course limit.

Benefit of Withdrawing or Dropping

Withdrawing or dropping a course can help you avoid receiving a penalty to your grade point average.

Grade Consequences

If you withdraw from a course that counts towards your drop limit, you will receive a grade of withdrawal limit (WL).

Factors to Consider

Before dropping a course, you should consider multiple factors, including financial aid, scholarships, course drop deadlines, and program requirements. Read the full policy for more details.


Certain courses, such as developmental courses and workforce education courses, are excluded from the six-drop limit.

Requesting an Exemption

Speak to your Program Advisor to request an exemption for a course to not count toward your limit. 

Process For Reviewing Exemption Requests

The request form and additional information will be reviewed by the Advising Committee to determine if the request is approved.


Have questions about the registration process?
Please contact us!