Registration, Course Schedules

A course schedule is available each semester online in the Self Service > Academics > Course Catalog  at http://my.bergen.edu that provides all necessary course information for all locations, the registration calendar, deadlines for add/drop periods, registration forms and policy.
The available course listing is also accessible at https://selfservice.bergen.edu/Student/Courses

Priority Registration

  • Currently enrolled students  with 44+ credits towards their degree are given priority over all new students at the start of each registration period. Students who have earned the most credits will be invited to register first. 
  • Returning students may visit the Registration Calendar by clicking here.
  • After the Priority Registration period, all students will be permitted to register.

Ongoing Registration

Payment of tuition and fees is expected at the time of registration.
A payment plan is available at the Bursar’s Office for the fall and spring semesters.

Change of Registration

Once classes have begun for any given semester, change of registration will be accepted.
There is a fee for each occurrence, if applicable.
Please refer to the most recent Registration Calendar for Change of Registration dates.

Registration Calendar

Students are responsible for referring to the official Registration Calendar and complying with the dates and procedures contained therein.
The calendar is available at https://new.bergen.edu/registration/registration-forms/

Web Registration via Self Service

Self Service is a Web interface that allows students to register online and access their records at the College.
Self Service accounts are available for all students enrolled in credit programs.
Eligible students may sign up for a Self Service account online by visiting my.bergen.edu and selecting "New student? Click here".
A valid e-mail address on file with the College is required to use Self Service.

Cancellation of Classes

The College reserves the right to cancel a class for which there is insufficient enrollment or to make changes in prerequisites, instructor assignments, course descriptions, credits, and scheduled offerings in the academic year as it may deem necessary for the proper and efficient functioning of the College.
Should a course be cancelled by the College, students enrolled will be given the opportunity to enroll for other courses in which seats remain.
Those choosing not to enroll will receive a full refund.

Student Responsibility

Students will be held responsible for reading all pertinent information in college publications regarding withdrawals, course drops, college deadlines, and tuition refunds.
Students are responsible for compliance with the rules and regulations as stated in college publications.
Students who have holds or violations on their records will not be permitted to register for classes, receive final semester or session grades, or obtain copies of their academic transcripts or other college records.