Priority Advising Month is OCTOBER to Prepare for Spring Registration

Your time is now! Make a Priority Registration Appt!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appointments will fill up quickly so schedule yours today! This is your time to get a one-on-one advising appointment. A priority advising appointment provides you with the opportunity to:

  • check in and discuss your progress and/or concerns with your advisor
  • avoid long lines to see your advisor once registration begins
  • get more time with your advisor
  • create a class schedule, put classes in your “shopping cart” and be ready for your priority registration date

What’s the next step?

  • Verify you are in the correct program code by logging into MyCollege
  • AAS (Associate in Applied Science) degree students:
  • All other students:

Need help? Contact your current advisor or faculty advisor or email ican@cpcc.edu. Your time is now!

 

It’s Not Too Late… GET ADVISED!

Registration has begun! Did you remember to sign up for classes? If not, it’s not too late to GET ADVISED! Whether you’re meeting with an academic advisor, a counselor, or your faculty advisor, your session will be more helpful with a little preparation. To get the most out of your time, follow these tips.

  • Read the CPCC catalog to learn about your program of study, required courses, and college policies.
  • Have 3 jobs and 5 kids?! (Or even 1 job and no kids!) Give serious thought about how many classes you’ll be able to successfully manage during the upcoming semester.
  • Bring any paperwork or documents you’ll need. (For example: transcripts from other colleges you’ve attended, placement test scores, financial aid appeals forms, past advisement sheets, etc.)
  • Map out a proposed schedule of classes.
  • Jot down specific questions or concerns you want to discuss.

With a bit of advanced planning, your advising session will lead to a successful college experience, one semester at a time.

For more information http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/academic-advising/get-advised

Registration is Coming! What’s Your Standing?

Registration is coming, are you in GOOD STANDING?

CPCC has a standard of Academic Progress where students must earn a 2.0 GPA each term. You can check out your Academic Standing by logging into MyCollege and clicking on “MyProfile” under the academic profile category. Scroll down and look at the box labeled Standards of Academic Progress.

If you see Good Standing then you are good to go!

If you are listed as Academic Warning or Academic Probation also look up your Academic Advisor in the box below. Find your Academic Advisor’s contact information and make an appointment to meet with your advisor ASAP, and definitely before registration begins!

Remember to register early to get the best selection for the classes you want!

Check out more information at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/academic-advising/get-advised

 

Get Advised!

Registration is coming… Are you ready?!

If you would like help in choosing classes for next semester or have received a message that your academic status has changed then GET ADVISED is for you!

Log in to MyCollege to your online profile or check out http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/contact-us/find-your-faculty-advisor to find your faculty advisor. Contact your advisor and make an appointment to GET ADVISED!

Do you have more than 30 hours? If so, you can also visit the Transfer Resource Center at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/trc to GET ADVISED!

Check out GET ADVISED at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/academic-advising/get-advised.

Registration is HERE! What’s your standing?

Registration is here, are you in GOOD STANDING?

 

CPCC has a standard of Academic Progress where students must earn a 2.0 GPA each term. You can check out your Academic Standing by logging into MyCollege and clicking on “MyProfile” under the academic profile category. Scroll down and look at the box labeled Standards of Academic Progress.

If you see Good Standing then you are good to go!

If you are listed as Academic Warning or Academic Probation also look up your Academic Advisor in the box below. Find your Academic Advisor’s contact information and make an appointment to meet with your advisor ASAP, and definitely before registration begins!

Remember to register early to get the best selection for the classes you want!

Check out more information at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised.

Do You Have Priority Registration?

Registration begins next Friday, do you have Priority Registration?

The purpose of priority registration dates is to help ensure that you can get the classes you need to graduate on time. Currently enrolled students in college level programs of study will be able to register first!

Note that if you are on Academic Probation you will not be able to register for classes until the current semester grades are posted. This means that you will not be able to take advantage of priority registration. Students on Academic Warning must see their advisor to be able to register.

You will receive your assigned registration date through your CPCC email account. Check your email for your registration date and plan ahead to register as soon as possible for the best course selection!

Find more information about Priority Registration at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised

Advising Advice: GET ADVISED!

Registration is coming… Are you ready?!

If you would like help in choosing classes for next semester or have received a message that your academic status has changed then GET ADVISED is for you!

Either log in to your online profile or go to http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/Advisor_assignments to find your Faculty Advisor. Contact your advisor and make an appointment to GET ADVISED!

Do you have more than 30 hours? If so, you can also visit the Transfer Resource Center on the third floor of Central High to GET ADVISED!

Check out GET ADVISED here: http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised .

Advising Advice from the AMT: GET ADVISED!

Uh oh! You received a midterm report! What now?! What does this mean?!

Midterm reports are sent to students who either are not fulfilling an attendance requirement, not turning in their assignments, and/or are earning low grades.

The best thing to do if you receive a midterm report is to talk to your instructor. As soon as possible!

If you are not sure, ask your instructor why you received a midterm report. Next, ask the instructor for suggestions on how you can improve or what you are missing. Remember that the last day to withdraw has already past so the worst thing you can do is stop attending or to give up. A midterm report is meant to be a wake-up call for you to improve before it is too late! Talk to your instructor about obstacles that are preventing you from success.

CPCC Terminating Associate in General Education Degree

The Associate in General Education (AGE/A10300) degree is being terminated, and no new students will be allowed to declare this program as of December 2013.  The terminating of the AGE will not impact any student’s registration for spring, 2014, and all AGE degree students will be allowed to complete degree requirements as long as they are continuously enrolled.

CPCC advisors and counselors are working with students in the AGE degree to create an educational plan. It is important that students in this degree contact Counseling & Advising Services at any campus for assistance. Please note locations www.cpcc.edu/ican/contact-us. During the registration period from now until January 16, walk-ins will be available.

Appointments with the AGE advisor from January 17-31, 2014, are available by calling 704.330.4649 to set up a time.

Any student who currently has the AGE code but does not intend to pursue the AGE degree should email ben.sparger@cpcc.edu to have it removed.

Register For Spring, Classes Begin Jan. 13!

IMPORTANT: Registration & payment tools are unavailable Dec. 20-30 so register and pay today.**Spring registration

Don’t delay! Sign up now for orientation, even if you’re waiting for financial aid or a transcript review. Need more details? Attend an information session today.

Get advised. Take charge of your future and build a better schedule by being prepared to choose the classes that you need to graduate. Make plans today to visit your faculty advisor, an academic advisor or student counselor. Visit Academic Advising for more information.

Choose and register for classes. Open registration for the 2014 spring term is open now. Enrolling at CPCC has never been easier. You may register online or in-person at any one of our six convenient campus locations. If you’re a current student, you can use CPCC’s online schedule builder to find the classes that will help you achieve your academic or professional goals. Choose your classes, check course availability, build your class schedule and more – all with the simple click of a button. If you are new to CPCC, try our online get started guide.

Registration is also currently in progress and continues throughout the term for Corporate and Continuing Education programs. Earn professional or industry-specific certifications and career advancement skills, as well as find personal enrichment classes to help you balance work and play. Find out what we offer.

Paying For Classes. CPCC is committed to providing a quality, affordable education. We offer a variety of Financial Aid options. Students who need help paying tuition may also consider our Tuition Payment Plan.

For more information please visit cpcc.edu/firstyear.

Registration is HERE! What’s Your Standing?

Registration is happening now, are you in GOOD STANDING? 

CPCC has a standard of Academic Progress where students must earn a 2.0 GPA each term. You can check out your Academic Standing by logging into MyCollege and clicking on “MyProfile” under the academic profile category. Scroll down and look at the box labeled Standards of Academic Progress.

If you see Good Standing then you are good to go!

If you are listed as Academic Warning or Academic Probation also look up your Academic Advisor in the box below. Find your Academic Advisor’s contact information and make an appointment to meet with your advisor ASAP, and definitely before registration begins!

Remember to register early to get the best selection for the classes you want!

Check out more information at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised.

Advising Advice: Midterm Grades

Uh oh! You received a midterm report! What now?! What does this mean?!  mid-term report

Midterm reports are sent to students who either are not fulfilling an attendance requirement, not turning in their assignments and/or are earning low grades.

The best thing to do if you receive a midterm report is to talk to your instructor. As soon as possible!

If you are not sure, ask your instructor why you received a midterm report. Next, ask the instructor for suggestions on how you can improve or what you are missing. Remember that the last day to withdraw has already past so the worst thing you can do is stop attending or to give up. A midterm report is meant to be a wake-up call for you to improve before it is too late! Talk to your instructor about obstacles that are preventing you from success.

Plan ahead… GET ADVISED!

Priority registration begins November 1, do you know what classes to take? If not, it’s not too late to GET ADVISED! Whether you’re meeting with an academic advisor, a counselor, or your faculty advisor, your session will be more helpful with a little preparation. To get the most out of your time, follow these tips.

·        Read the CPCC catalog to learn about your program of study, required courses and college policies.

·        Have three jobs and five kids?! (Or even one job and no kids!) Give serious thought about how many classes you’ll be able to successfully manage during the upcoming semester.

·        Bring any paperwork or documents you’ll need. (For example: transcripts from other colleges you’ve attended, placement test scores, financial aid appeal forms, past advisement sheets, etc.)

·        Map out a proposed schedule of classes.

·        Jot down specific questions or concerns you want to discuss.

With a bit of advanced planning, your advising session will lead to a successful college experience, one semester at a time.

For more information http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised

It’s Not Too Late… GET ADVISED!

Priority registration begins Friday; do you know what classes to take? If not, it’s not too late to GET ADVISED! Whether you’re meeting with an academic advisor, a counselor, or your faculty advisor, your session will be more helpful with a little preparation. To get the most out of your time, follow these tips.

  • Read the CPCC catalog to learn about your program of study, required courses, and college policies.
  • Have three jobs and five kids?! (Or even one job and no kids!) Give serious thought about how many classes you’ll be able to successfully manage during the upcoming semester.
  • Bring any paperwork or documents you’ll need (For example: transcripts from other colleges you’ve attended, placement test scores, financial aid appeals forms, past advisement sheets, etc.).
  • Map out a proposed schedule of classes.
  • Jot down specific questions or concerns you want to discuss.

With a bit of advanced planning, your advising session will lead to a successful college experience, one semester at a time.

For more information http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised