Registering for your BTC program classes is fast and easy. It's up to each student to register for the upcoming quarter's classes, so don't get left behind!

Find Classes

Take a Class

Search for individual classes from an alphabetic list, or use filters to narrow your search.

myBTC portal

Current students can login to myBTC portal to search for classes, add classes to your schedule, print your schedule and check your grades all in one place!

Register: Add/Drop/Withdraw

Registration Dates and Times

Registration dates are published for the beginning of each phase of registration, and individual access times are assigned to students registering prior to General Registration.
Check registration dates on the College Calendar

Check your access time in myBTC portal if you are a current program student or a new student planning to start in the quarter coming up.

Ways to Register

myBTC portal

Current students, login to myBTC portal to register. Log in once to add or drop classes, check your schedule, update your address and more. Search for classes and change your schedule easily by clicking green add and red drop buttons.

Registration form

Paper Registration Form to print, fill out, and submit to Registration staff in person, by phone, by fax, by scan & email, by mail.

Important Next Steps

It is important for you as an enrolled student to check the following items in myBTC portal

Contact Info

Visit your profile to keep your address, phone number, and email up-to-date.

Student Schedule

Your Student Schedule is the official document of your classes each quarter. Print a copy for your records. It is your responsibility to make sure your classes are correct.

Class Waitlist

If you are on a class waitlist, login frequently to keep track of your position.

Payment Due Date

Payment must be made in full, fully-funded, or a payment plan set up by the payment due date to remain enrolled.

Degree Audit

Track your progress for yourself. Check that your classes satisfy degree and certificate requirements. Financial Aid uses Degree Audit to verify classes eligible for funding. Advisors use Degree Audit to help you select appropriate classes. Registration uses Degree Audit to verify completion of your degree or certificate.

Registration FAQs

  • When can I register?

    Registration dates are published for the beginning of each phase of registration, and individual access times are assigned to students registering prior to General Registration.

    • Check registration dates on the College Calendar.

    • Check your access time in myBTC Portal. if you are a current program student or a new student planning to start in the quarter coming up.

  • What do I do if I do not see my Access Time in myBTC Portal?

    If the day published on the College Calendar for "Access Times Viewable in myBTC Portal" has arrived or is past and you do not see your access time, you may email Registration to check on it for you.

  • How can I drop/withdraw?

    It is highly recommended that you discuss drops and withdrawals with Financial Aid first if you have funding.

    In myBTC Portal
    • Select “Register for Classes” under the Registration tab.
    • Select the quarter and click "update".
    • Click the red “X” box beside the class you wish to drop.
    • Check your Student Schedule. The dropped class should be removed. A withdrawal will be noted with a “W” grade or “withdrawn.”

    If the system does not allow you to drop or withdraw online, you may be able to withdraw in writing if the class has not yet ended and it is not past the quarterly withdrawal deadline. Check with Registration.

    In Writing
  • What is the last day to withdraw from a class?

    Withdrawal requests must be submitted before either the last day of the class or the “last day to withdraw or change schedule” as posted on the College Calendar (whichever occurs first).

    Changes and withdrawals will not be processed beyond the end of the quarter.

    Learn more about the BTC Refund Policy.

  • Can I audit a class?

    Classes that do not meet any requirements for degrees or certificates may be audited. To audit a class, submit an Audit Request Form form before the class begins, or no later than the end of the second class session. If approved, an AU grade will be posted on your transcript and no credit will be awarded for the class. Regular tuition and fees apply for audited classes.

  • Can I repeat a class?

    You can take the same class up to three times. For more information, refer to the Course Repeat Form.

  • How many classes can I take each term?

    Once you begin a program sequence, the number of courses you should take each quarter is pre-determined. You can review the typical course schedule for your degree or certificate in Degrees and Classes.

    If you are in a flexible program or taking prerequisite or general education coursework before starting your program, talk with your advisor regarding your Educational Plan and class availability. Your finances, schedule, and available study time will help you decide what is best for you.

    The maximum credits per quarter is 26 credits. Taking more than 26 credits in one quarter requires approval of your Dean.

  • How can I get a copy of my schedule?

    Log in to myBTC portal using either your SID and PIN, or your network account login. Click on the “Registration” tab, select “Student Schedule” and select the quarter. To print your student schedule, use the Print Preview command to assist the browser in identifying the print field.

  • How can I get on a class waitlist?

    To be placed on a class waitlist, follow the steps for adding a class to your schedule.

    In myBTC portal

    • Click the green button to add the class
    • Click "submit" on the class waitlist pop-up message
    • See the class waitlisted in your list of classes to the right.

    Registering with Staff Assistance

    • If talking with a staff person, confirm your wish to be on the class waitlist.
    • The waitlisted class will print at the bottom of your schedule.
  • What does "You have not met the prerequisite for this class" mean?

    This message means you must complete the prerequisite for the class before registering.

    Class prerequisites are published in the class descriptions in Take a Class and under Degrees and Classes.

    • If your program has had curriculum changes recently, talk with your faculty advisor about the required prerequisite.
    • If you took the prerequisite at another college, submit an official transcript and the Evaluation Request Form to the Admissions Office. Allow two weeks for processing before trying again to register.
    • If you are only taking classes for transfer to another college or university, bring an unofficial transcript to an advisor for a one-time override.
    • If you are auditing a class, ask the class instructor for a prerequisite override, and complete an Audit Request form (link?).

    To add a class with an override, email registration@btc.edu or come see us in College Services.

Hours & Contacts

Regular Hours

BTC is operating remotely - email and calls only
M-Th 8:00am-5:00pm
F 8:00am-12:00pm

Online Hours

M-F 7:00am-9:00pm
Sat 7:00am-Mon 7:00am