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Registration Information

All students can register for classes online through their myBLINN account. For registration and payment deadlines, view the academic calendar.

For a step-by-step guide to registration, please watch this video:

New students

Make sure your Blinn admissions file is complete. Visit the Steps to Apply page to learn more.

Returning students

If you did not attend Blinn during the last two consecutive semesters (Fall and Spring), you must re-apply for admission to Blinn. Log in to ApplyTexas and resubmit your application. Make sure to submit all previous college transcripts. Final grades must be submitted to award any prerequisite course credits.

You must clear all registration holds on your account before you can register for classes. Your holds, if any, will be listed in your myBLINN account under the “My Holds” tab.

List of code holds and associated contacts


If a course needed for a prerequisite is in progress at another institution, students will need to complete the Prerequisite Override Request form. and attach a PDF copy of their unofficial transcript showing the required prerequisite listed as in progress at their current institution. Students receive an email notification once the form is approved for registration eligibility.

If approval to register for the course is given, upon successful completion of course, students will need to submit official copies of transcripts with updated course information. Failure to provide updated official transcripts, two weeks prior to the start of classes, will lead to the course being dropped. 

Please note Blinn College requires official transcripts to complete a student’s enrollment. Students will need to request official transcripts sent from their previous institutions to Blinn College. For more information on submitting the required documents please see the Steps to Apply page.

You should have or will receive a separate email to activate your myBLINN account. If you do not receive the account activation email within the next 24 hours or you are experiencing problems, call the Blinn Help Desk at 979-830-4357.

Once you have activated your student account, you have access to log into your “myBlinn” account.

  • Click on the following link: myBLINN
  • Enter your User Name: firstname.lastnameXX 
    • XX represents the last 2 digits of your Blinn ID number. Your Blinn ID number is listed at the top of this email.
  • Enter your Password you set during account activation.

If you have previously attended Blinn College and have already setup your myBLINN account, the password will be the last one used to login. If you have forgotten the password or need to reset it, please click the following link:


Add/Drop Registration

  1. On the student home page in myBLINN, click the Add/Drop icon.
  2. Choose the term you wish to register for. Enter the CRN number for the course or search classes by subject.
  3. Choose the course you want by clicking the checkmark to the left of the course and click "Register."

If you choose the manual registration option, we recommend you use the “Advanced Search” feature to filter courses by campus and search by subject. Make sure to check that there were no errors in the registration process.

If you are having difficulty registering, view the “Registration Instructions” link under Resources on myBLINN or contact Enrollment Services.

There are several options available to students for securing payment for tuition and fees. Please review the options on the Steps to Apply page to learn more. Be sure payment is applied prior to the payment deadline for the appropriate term in order to secure classes.

Prior to and 7 days past the last day to register, any person 18 years of age or older may enroll in a traditional face-to-face course as an auditor, with the consent of the appropriate Vice Chancellor, and/or the appropriate dean to assure space is available, by paying the current semester credit hour tuition and fee rate, plus any required laboratory fees. Auditors may use the library facilities and materials in the library only. The instructor is not obligated to accept any papers, tests, or examinations from the auditor. An auditor is free from such course requirements as attendance, written work, and tests. Credit will not be granted for auditing a course. Once a student has registered as an auditor, the student may not change to credit status nor can a credit student change to audit status after the semester has begun. Neither the instructor nor the college assumes responsibility for the academic progress of an auditing student. No refunds of tuition and fees are made to auditing students. Currently enrolled students shall have priority for auditing space.

Audit Application Form

For more information about auditing courses, contact Enrollment Services at or 979-830-4800.

Related Links


  • Admissions
  • Phone: 979-830-4800
  • Fax: 979-830-4110