Terms to Know

 

Applied

Submitted your application for Admission to the college. The Admissions application can be completed online or by paper.

Accepted

The Admissions Office has reviewed your application and status, and has determined you are accepted to the College.

Registration

The time when you meet with an Advisor (an instructor in your program area or a member of the Student Recovery Team) and register for your classes.

Orientation

Need to know information about the College, Student Policies, and Services. Sessions are scheduled on specific Registration days. New students are required to attend.

Advised

You have met or talked with your Program of Study Advisor or a member of the Student Recovery Team and have discussed which classes you will take for the upcoming term.

Registered

After you have been advised then you register yourself for the classes. Registered means your schedule of classes is in the computer.

Enroll

Register for classes

Drop

After registering for a class, if you decide you do not want to take the class, you have until the 3rd day of the term to drop (remove) the class from your schedule/record. You must do it through BannerWeb.

NOTE: YOU SHOULD NOT EXPECT YOUR ADVISOR, INSTRUCTOR, OR A STAFF MEMBER TO DROP YOU!!!

Withdraw

After registering for a class, if you decide you do not want to take the class, you have until Mid-Term to withdraw. You must withdraw by completing the Withdrawal Form online or with Student Affairs Registrar’s Office.

Complete withdrawal from all classes before the 60% enrollment point of the term affects your financial aid. Title IV Financial Aid (Pell, SEOG, etc.) recipients withdrawing within the 60% point of the term are subject to Return to Title IV refund requirements and Title IV aid must be reduced and returned to the Department of Education. For more information go to "Things that May Affect Your Aid >> Dropping and Withdrawing From Classes" in the Financial Aid section of the website.

Complete

Register for classes and attend the term and finish the term.

Student ID

When you apply to the college you are assigned a Student ID number. Use it for lots of things such as: access BannerWeb to check your record, to register, purchase books in the bookstore, when you come to an office on campus and the staff need to look up your record in the computer.

Orientation

A consolidated area for orientation for future and current students including enrollment, registration, academic, and technology resources.