Registration & Books


Q: How do I register if I’m receiving Financial Aid?
A: If financial aid is awarded prior to the registration period, one may register for classes online or in person at any campus. A balance may be due, if the financial aid award does not cover the full tuition and/or fees. If a student chooses to register for classes prior to receiving their financial aid award it is the student's responsibility to attempt to re-register for their classes. You must make payment arrangements prior to registration to keep your schedule.

Q: How do I get my books if I am receiving Financial Aid?
A: After classes are in the system, one may go to the Barnes and Nobles Bookstore (with College ID) on the designated dates for book charges. The balance of Financial Aid after tuition will be available in the bookstore. Please visit Purchasing Books with Financial Aid for more information.

Q: When is the drop/add period?
A: Classes may be added through the first two days of class each semester for 16-week sessions. Classes may be dropped through the second day of class. The current refund policy allows a 100% refund of tuition paid for curriculum classes dropped prior to the first day of the academic term. A 75% refund is issued for curriculum classes dropped on or after the first day of the term through the 10% point of the term. Tuition paid and applicable fees will be refunded 100% for classes cancelled by the College.

Q: What should I do if I have to withdraw from my classes?
A: FIRST, inquire with the Financial Aid Office about the effects a withdrawal would have on your Financial Aid status. Then, log into your MyCollege account and complete the necessary steps to withdraw. Please review the Return of Title IV Funds Policy.Under this policy, one could owe the College money due to a withdrawal. One should make every effort to complete 60% of the semester before withdrawing all classes.