Fall 2015 Pre-Registration
Fall Terms Dates: August 17 - December 11
Registration services are available via thevia MyCollege. In-person assistance is available at all CPCC campuses during normal business hours and during extended hours as published.
Priority Registration (fall pre-registration 2015):
|CCE Registration||April 24; 8:00 am|
|Full-time Faculty & Staff||April 24; noon|
|All active military and/or veterans||April 25; 7:30 am|
|Career and College Promise students||May 4; 7:30 am|
|Currently enrolled spring 2015 students in degree, diploma or certificate programs with:|
|50+ completed credits*||April 24; noon|
|30-49 completed credits||April 27; 7:30 am|
|10-29 completed credits||April 28; 7:30 am|
|0-9 completed credits||April 29; 7:30 am|
|all other currently enrolled students||April 30; 7:30 am|
|Non-enrolled spring 2015 students:|
|Enrolled in fall 2014 but not spring 2015 and admitted to a CPCC program||May 1; 7:30 am|
|New students admitted to CPCC programs between 9/1/14 and 3/1/15||May 1; 7:30 am|
|* For purposes of priority registration, completed credits do not include ungraded classes, audits, grades of "I" or "F", literacy classes or non-credit CCE classes. Students on academic probation or suspension cannot register during priority registration.|
|May 4 (7:30 am) - June 23
July 6 - August 16
Fall SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT:
- Add Classes - Classes can be added at any point in the registration cycle from the beginning of the published registration period through the first 2 weekdays of the term or session.
- Drop Classes - Classes can be dropped through the 10% date of the class and will not appear on the student's record. Classes dropped after the 10% date up through the 35% date will be recorded as withdrawals and will appear on transcripts.
No student will be allowed to change 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).
- The 2 weeks of an 8-week term (14 calendar days including the first day of the term).
- The first week of a 4-week term (7 calendar days including the first day of the term).
Registration procedures and fees for an audited class are the same as those for regular credit and non-credit enrollment.
When a student determines that he/she will be unable to complete courses in which he/she is currently enrolled, it is the student’s responsibility to initiate procedures leading to a formal withdrawal in order to avoid a failing grade. To receive a “W” grade, a student must withdraw before the first 35% of the class.
Financial Aid recipients should refer to the financial aid satisfactory progress policy to see if schedule adjustments will affect financial aid.
To find the 35% withdrawal deadline date for your class, check the online syllabus or talk with your instructor.