Summer term begins June 25, 2018. Fall term begins September 24, 2018.
Registration opens on the following dates:
Degree Seeking Students will be required to meet with their advisor
before registering each term with the exception of summer term.
New student orientation and advising sessions are available. Click here to register for one of those sessions. Registration is required for this event.
To go to the online schedule, click here. Make sure that you choose the correct term.
To go to your "My CCC" account to register, 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 the Student Services Welcome Center for processing.