Register today for classes at RACC to make sure you have a schedule that works for you.
Registration for spring and summer classes is now open. Many of our classes are offered both in person, on the main campus, our additional location in Sinking Spring, and online; giving you the choice of whichever you prefer. We offer several sessions, including eight week accelerated terms. Enrollment is on-going with classes starting in January, February and March.
Dates and information for upcoming terms
Sessions lasting for 8, 10 and 15 weeks:
- Spring 1 (15 week online and in person) January 21 – May 7
- Spring Bi-Term 1 (8 week accelerated online and at Sinking Spring) January 21 – March 12
- Spring 2 (10 week accelerated online and in person) February 17 – May 7
- Spring Bi-Term 2 (8 week accelerated online and at Sinking Spring) March 16 – May 11
Weekend college is here!
- Apply for Admission
- Take the placement test
- Meet with an academic advisor to select your courses and get registered
- Get started now!
Three easy steps to register.
- PLAN your courses through your Self Service / Student Planning account (see guides below).
- REVIEW your plan with an advisor – It is strongly recommended that you speak with your faculty advisor or a professional advisor in the Advising Center (B209) to confirm that your selection will keep you on the path for on-time graduation.
- REGISTER for classes.
NOTE: PLANNED courses will appear in yellow. REGISTERED courses appear in GREEN.
If you have problems accessing the site or if you encounter any technical difficulties, please contact the IT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Berks Hall 411.
If you have specific questions about what courses to take or require assistance with registration, please visit the Advising Center in Berks Hall 209
Guides for Self-Service and Student Planning
Student Instructional guides to review program requirements, plan courses and schedules and register for classes.
- The Quick Start student guide to course planning and registration through Self-Service - PDF
- Course planning and registration guide for students - PDF
- Student planning frequently asked questions - PDF
Are you enrolled full-time at another school and looking to stay on track by getting some general education classes out of the way? We can help you with that, too. Enroll at RACC as a guest student and transfer your credits to your main institution.
That’s it, you're all set!
If unsure of what courses you need, the following resources may help:
If you receive an error message that is preventing registration, please contact the Record’s Office in B107 / 610-607-6243 or the Advising Center in B-209 / 610-607-6245.