Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Brittany Davis-Green - firstname.lastname@example.org
CLARKSDALE – Early registration for summer classes as well as registration for the Fall 2015 semester at Coahoma Community College opened last week giving current and new students the opportunity to avoid lines and experience an easier time registering and scheduling their classes.
The early registration period for the first summer session will continue through formal summer registration, which is scheduled for May 28 through June 2. Classes are scheduled to begin on June 1.
Students may also take advantage of “early” registration for the second summer session and the Fall 2015 semester at this time.
“Early registration gives students the opportunity to avoid the lines that are sometimes associated with the formal registration process,” said Director of Admissions Michael Houston. “It’s an opportunity for students to register during a time that’s convenient for them and it also gives students the opportunity to enroll in the classes that they need without worrying about them being already filled to capacity.”
Classes for the second summer session are set to begin June 29, with formal registration to be held June 25- 30. Classes and late registration for the Fall 2015 will begin August 17.
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For any questions or more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (662) 621-4205 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to reserve your seat this summer at CCC today:
If you are not currently enrolled at CCC, the first step in your registration process is to fill out an application for admission. Included with this application, you must submit your official high school transcripts or your official GED scores. If you are transferring from another college, those official transcripts will need to be included as well.
If you are under the age of 21, you will also need to submit your ACT scores — if you have not taken the ACT, you can schedule to take the ACT Residual beginning at 8 a.m. May 28, and the Placement Exam starting at 1 p.m., both on CCC’s campus. Students needing to take the ACT Residual and the Placement Exam for both Summer I & II must do so on this date.
After completing and submitting these requirements, or if you are already currently enrolled, payment for your classes will need to be submitted. Students who are not using financial aid must submit payment to the Business Office. Those applying for financial aid, but have yet to receive their “Award Letter”, please visit the Financial Aid Office. If you need to begin the financial aid application process, you will also need to visit the Financial Aid Office. The admissions, financial aid and business offices are all located in the Vivian M. Presley Administration Building, located on CCC’s main campus.
Both the application for admission and the financial aid application can be filled out online.
Once students have applied and arranged for payment, the admissions office will place them with an advisor (if they are a new student) who will help them schedule classes.
If the student is taking at least one class online, they will need to visit the Educational Outreach Office for online scheduling. If students are not taking online classes, they will be able to schedule their classes online — if you are a new student, the Admissions Office will give you your CCC online registration credentials to you.