Fall Semester

Important:
'SNAP' is now 'CPCC Login'.
For more information, see the SNAP/CPCC Login FAQ .

Remember to register early for best selection! The grids below provide priority dates for currently enrolled students, the first open registration date for new and returning students and dates with extended in-person service hours.  If you are a currently enrolled student, you will receive notification of your assigned priority registration date via your CPCC email account.

Registration services are available online at mycollege.cpcc.edu almost round the clock.  In-person assistance is available at all CPCC campuses during normal business hours, Monday-Thursday 8AM-6PM, Fridays, 8AM-5PM and during extended hours as published.

FALL Pre-Registration will end at 1:00 pm on June 25th and Fall registration will resume July 6th.

REGISTRATION:

Currently Enrolled Spring Students July 6 - August 14
New Returning Students July 6 - August 14
Concurrently Enrolled High School Students (in-person only) August 10 - 14

IN-PERSON REGISTRATION WITH EXTENDED HOURS:

August 10 - 13 7:30 AM-6:00 PM
August 14 7:30 AM-4:00 PM

SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT:

Add Classes - Classes can be added at any point from the beginning of the published registration period through the first meeting of any given class.

Drop Classes - Classes can be dropped up to the 10% date of the class. Refund Policy.


AUDIT A CURRICULUM COURSE:

No student will be allowed to change from an audit to a credit designation or from a credit to an audit designation:

  • After the first 4 weeks of a 16-week term
    (28 calendar days including the first day of the term)
  • After the first 2 weeks of an 8-week term
    (14 calendar days including the first day of the term)
  • After the first week of a 4-week term
    (7 calendar days including the first day of the term)

WITHDRAWAL DATES:

Talk with your instructor regarding the official withdrawal date for your class.

Change in withdrawal policy effective fall term, 2008:

A student who for any reason cannot complete a course must take the responsibility to formally withdraw in order to avoid a failing grade.   To receive a W grade, a student must withdraw prior to the 35% date of the class.

Withdrawal transactions can be done online.  If you prefer, come in-person during business hours to any
CPCC registration office.To find the 35% withdrawal deadline date for your class, check the online syllabus or talk with your instructor.

The instructor may also assign a W at the end of the term when circumstances warrant such action.  A W will remain on the transcript.  A W will not count as credit hours attempted.  To receive credit, a student who received a W must re-register and pay for the course in a subsequent term.  Withdrawals may affect student financial aid.

Financial aid recipients need to refer to the financial aid satisfactory progress policy to determine if schedule adjustments will affect financial aid.


NEW STUDENTS

Visit our Admissions webpage for more information about being admitted to Central Piedmont Community College.