Registration for Spring term opens on March 4th at 8:00AM.
*Priority registration for students with 44 credits of more starts March 3rd at 8:00AM.
Students: If you are receiving a message when you are registering that says "Must meet with your advisor before you can register," please join us at the event below. If you are unable to attend the event, please make an appointment with your advisor.
Campus-Wide Advising Event:
Tuesday, March 4th from 3-5PM
Columbia Hall, 1st Floor and the MERTS Campus
If you have not had a chance to meet with your advisor yet, this would be a great opportunity!
This event is designed to be more of an “Express advising” event. This does not take the place of your regular appointments with your designated advisor. Be sure to schedule those well in advance and on a regular/once a term basis. Express advising is meant to offer you a chance to pose one or two specific questions about your course plans, not learn about all aspects of your program of study and is not designed to do your graduation petitions!
Please plan to meet with your advisor to do your graduation petitions before the first week of the term. Petitions are due the first Friday of each term.
All degree seeking students will need to meet with an advisor before they can register.
If you need to know when your advisor's office hours are, please click here.
Working with an advisor is possibly the most important relationship a student can have at college. It is a student centered process of clarification and evaluation. This process is to assist students in their development of a meaningful educational plan compatible with their life goals and their personal values.
Academic advising is an intentional process that assist student in making informed choices, clarifying their goals and developing educational plans. It is ongoing, multi-faceted, and the responsibility of the student and the advisor. The relationship between the student and the advisor is vital. Through this relationship, students are gradually encouraged to take on a greater role in directing their educational paths resulting in less reliance on advisors. Students become increasingly self-directed and ultimately assume the responsibility for their personal, educational and career goals.
Your advisor is familiar with college policies and can help you make decisions that will help you succeed. Your advisor can also help you explore the certificates and degrees the college offers and assist you with figuring out the best one for you.
Advisors are assigned by your academic interest. This is why it is important to make sure your degree program is correctly identified in your “MyCCC” account.
If you need to change your major, click here.
If you need to change your advisor for any reason, please click here.
Please bring the forms to student services for processing.