Registering for Classes – New Students

Before You Register for Classes

Submit High School or college official transcripts

All students are required to submit official transcripts to the office of Admission and Records prior to registration. Students who do not provide transcripts may lose the opportunity to waive placement test or register for course with pre-requisites completed.  Transcripts can be sent electronically using Parchment or dropped off in person.  Contact our OAR staff here

Complete New Student Orientation

All new students are required to complete New Student Orientation online via their Panther Portal. Click here for more information and planned events.

Apply for Financial Aid or sign up for a Payment Plan

All students planning to receive or apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA/RISE ACT) should consult with the Financial Aid office before registering for classes to ensure all proper documentation is submitted. Click here for more hours and contact information.

Students not planning on applying or receiving financial aid should be prepared to enter into a payment plan or pay in full upon registering for classes. Click here for the Spring Payment plan schedule.

Meet with an Academic Advisor

All students are strongly encouraged to meet with an Academic Advisor before registering to schedule a placement test and ensure that appropriate courses are taken. Advisors are available by appointment via Zoom or phone. Click here for more hours and contact information.


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