A first-time-in-college student is a student who has never enrolled in a college or university.
Prior to the beginning of each term a student who has completed the application process may register for courses for the coming semester.
- After submitting your application for admission, you will receive a letter of confirmation and registration materials.
- You may be required to provide proof of bacterial meningitis vaccination before you can register for classes.
- Complete a state-required pre-assessment activity that includes a video presentation found on eConnect as well as a Pre-Assessment Workshop at the college in the Student Services Center, Bldg. S, Room S020.
- Complete appropriate assessment testing.
- Meet with an advisor for academic planning. High school transcripts and SAT, ACT, THEA, TASP scores, if available, should be brought to the advisement session to assist in placement. Assessment tests must be completed prior to advisement.
Your mandatory advisement session will help you:
- develop an educational plan related to your career goals, current commitments and basic skill level;
- determine what courses to take to meet your educational goals;
- plan your course schedule;
- learn how to complete the registration process; and
- know where to go if you need help.
- Complete registration and receive a Registration Summary printout.
- Pay tuition by required date.
- Attend an orientation designed to prepare new-to-college students for college life.
SPECIAL NOTES TO STUDENTS:
You must pay by the required date or your enrollment in courses may be purged from the registration records.
NOTE: First-time-in-college students cannot register online via eConnect.
Register early! Enrollment is open only for courses that have not met. No late or extended registration period is offered.