Steps for Registration
Registration for Fall 2014 Quarter: May 30 – September 26.
First day of Fall 2014 classes: September 29.
Last day of Fall 2014 classes: December 18.
Financial Clearance Deadline for Fall 2014 quarter: Please check with the Student Financial Service Office.
Contact your department for advisement
Contact your department for advisement on which courses you need to take. How to Contact Us. For courses offered and their CRN numbers, click: Course Schedule. (Select the term under "Term Description" and select "Distance Learning" under "Campus")
For new students who want to register for an online course as a non-degree student, please fill out the "Unspecified Student Registration" form, scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or FAX it to (951) 785-2447. You may call (951) 785-2006 to confirm that your fax was successfully received.
Fill out the online programs form
All online students must fill out the "Online Advisor Approval" Form. Please click the link below to fill out and submit the form online.
You must call the Student Financial Services office (951) 785-2175 to confirm your payment before you register for the class.
All students registering for the online courses must follow the same financial procedures as students participating in traditional classroom-based courses.
2014-2015 Online course tuition per unit is $616 (Not included in flat rate) + $100 fee per class.
Please refer to the Student Financial Services webpage for information and assistance in fulfilling your financial obligations. You can also call Student Financial Services at (951) 785-2175.
For information on the SDA educators scholarship click Here.
For information on the School Districts educators scholarship click Here.
SDA Educators Scholarships
Pacific Union educators
The Online Programs office is offering a 50% scholarships to educators who are currently employed FULL-TIME by any K-12 school in the Pacific Union.
This discount is not connected to any other offers by the union, conferences or the university. In order to qualify for the discount candidates must complete the required form (Pacific Union Conference Teacher Waiver Form) with their LOCAL CONFERENCE, Office of Education and submit it to Student Financial Services office. For more informtion please visit Student Financial Services office website at http://lasierra.edu/sfs/.
For more information click this link Pacific Union Conference Teacher Registration Instructions
North American Division educators
The Online Programs office is offering a 50% scholarships to educators who are currently employed FULL-TIME by any K-12 school in the NAD.
This discount is not connected to any other offers by the union, conferences or the university. In order to qualify for the discount candidates must complete the required form with their LOCAL CONFERENCE, Office of Education and submit it to Student Financial Services office. For more informtion please visit Student Financial Services office website at http://lasierra.edu/sfs/.
Exception: Courses scheduled specifically for cohorts or extended campuses fall under the tuition benefits for those groups.
School Districts Educators Scholarships
The Online Programs office provides scholarships up to 25% of tuition for educators employed by the following school districts and school systems. Please specify your employer in the Online Approval Form, and submit employment verification to the Student Financial Services office.
- Alvord Unified School District
- Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District
- Muroc Joint Unified School District
- La Mesa Spring Valley Unified School District
- Rialto Unified School District
- San Bernardino City Unified School District
- Barstow Unified School District
- Jurupa Unified School District
- Corona-Norco Unified School District
- Oregon Conference of SDA
- Saratoga Union School District
- Saddleback Valley Unified School District
On our suburban, gated campus in Riverside, California, you can live in one of three residence halls or the Honors dormitory. Men and women live separately. You can live off campus if you're married, in graduate programs, living with family, or above the age of 22.