9 Easy Enrollment Steps
1. Apply for Admission
Students must submit an application for admission before registering for classes. Submit appropriate application fee. Application is not considered by institution unless a fee waiver or the appropriate fee is attached.
2. Submit Transcripts
New students must submit official verification of graduation from high school (official high school transcript or GED certificate). Transfer students must submit official transcripts from their high school, as well as all previously attended colleges.
3. Apply for Financial Aid
Students will need to bring the following documents in order to process financial aid (FAFSA): Tax papers (1040, 1040EZ, or 1040A) with W-2’s and/or proof of any type of unearned income such as SSI, child support, disability, etc. Once your financial aid is processed, you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) and a pin number.
4. Take the Placement Test
Students who are required to take the placement test: New students, transfer students who have not completed English and/or math, non-degree seeking students who want to take a general education course.
5. Complete New Student Orientation
Orientation is designed to provide new students with information that will help them make a smooth transition to college
6. Meet With an Academic Advisor
Academic advisors help students understand college academic programs, work with students to develop plans for transfer to four-year colleges or universities, and assist students in developing strategies for academic success.
7. Register for Classes
Registration is the process of reserving a seat in a specified class. You may review the schedule and register from home using the college website or on any college campus.
8. Pay Your Fees
Payment may be made at the cashier’s desk in the student services building.
9. Purchase Your Books and Get Your Parking Decal
Take your class schedule to the bookstore on campus to purchase your books.