New students receive a letter welcoming them to the College along with their username and password. Students are sent electronic communication from their academic advisor with directions on how to register along with an academic evaluation. New Students are encouraged to register online or in person with their Academic Advisor. Self-Service is a secure Web interface that allows students and faculty to access information contained in the College’s administrative database. For example, students can view their grades and transcript, search for open classes, view account balance information, and print degree audits. Faculty members can view their class rosters, their scheduled classes, student information, and enter grades.
Returning students are emailed an academic evaluation from the Academic Advising and Registration Office. The Advisor audits the student’s academic evaluation. If the student is on track with their academic program, they are free to register in person or on-line. If the Advisor detects a concern with the academic evaluation, they place an advising hold on the student’s record. The student is then required to meet with their Academic Advisor to consult about their schedule. Once the hold is removed, the student may register online or at the Academic Advising and Registration Office. All students pay a $100 Registration Fee.