Academic Advising assists new and current students who are completing a degree, diploma or Certificate. For more information about meeting or speaking with an Advisor, or to learn more about the process depending on your current status as a prospective or current student, please select an option below.
Please contact one of our Advisors to find out more about the above.
What courses should you take next? When will registration start? Get advised and find out the answers to these and many other questions. See your faculty advisor for details!
Whether this is your first time in college or you have previous college credits; you can click on the below picture to get started.
What Can an Advisor Help You With?
- To advise new students once they have completed the process.
- To discuss classes to take for my program.
- To interpret test scores.
- To recommend programs of study (speak to a Career Counselor as well).
- To assist in program changes.
- To explain college policies and procedures.
- To assist students in finding the projected program completion dates.
When should I seek advisement?
- For Fall term: No later than September
- For Spring/Summer terms: No later than February
*** It is recommended that you make an appointment early on to avoid long waits and meeting with a general Advisor or Counselor (unless required- see "What If I am not Assigned an Advisor"). Add a note in your calendar to call/email to make an appointment with your assigned Faculty Advisor.
How Do I find out who my Advisor is?
1. My College
- Log in to your My College account
- Click on "Students"
- Under "Communication" on the left side; you will find "E-mail My Advisor(s)"
- To find additional contact information for your Advisor; you can search by their last name through the E-Directory
2. Find My Faculty Advisor
Note: If you are assigned a specific Advisor, please make sure to contact them for advising, program questions, and Standards of Academic Progress
What if I am not Assigned an Advisor?
- Pre-health students should meet with an Advisor or Counselor at your nearest campus.
- College Transfer (AS, AA, AFA) should check your College Email for communication from your Advisor
- If you do not have any communication from an Advisor or Counselor; you may not have been assigned a specific Advisor or Counselor and you will need to meet with or speak to a Transfer Advisor
When should I register and pay for classes?
Spring course offerings become available by visiting the Online schedule page
Friday, November 7 (noon)
First day of priority registration (Make sure to frequently check your CPCC e- mail to see your date & time)
Monday, November 17
Open registration begins
Sunday, January 11
|Monday, January 12
Spring term begins