April 6, 2020: Registration for summer and fall classes opens Thursday, April 9
Registration for summer and fall classes will open on Thursday, April 9, at noon. As you plan for summer enrollment, take note of these points:
1. Summer Calendar and Methods of Delivery: The dates for each summer session remain as published on the Academic Calendar but the delivery format may have changed.
- Mayterm (May 11 – June 2) will be offered exclusively online.
- Session A (May 11 – July 27) will be online at least through June 19, the beginning of Session C. The details in Course Scheduler will include if there is a required transition to on campus instruction on or after June 19.
- Session B (May 11 – June 16) will be offered exclusively online.
- Session C (June 19 – July 27) may be on campus, online, or hybrid (a combination of on campus and online for the same course).
2. Changes to Course Offerings: The updated schedule of summer offerings is being finalized this week. All of the courses previously published on the course schedule will likely be updated or altered in some way prior to registration opening on Thursday.
- If you met with an advisor early in the advising period or have courses in your registration cart, be sure to review the course details to ensure that you know what changes may have occurred.
- Pay close attention to know when and how the course will meet. Some online courses may have specific meeting times.
- If the courses you were initially advised to take are no longer being offered, contact your academic advisor for alternate course options.
3. Common Registration Errors: If you receive a registration error, take note of these common errors and the actions needed to resolve them.
- RAN (Registration Access Number) Not Set: Contact your academic advisor to be advised and have your RAN set.
- Third Party Degree Plan: Enter your courses using the CRN (Course Registration Number) by selecting Get Set tab > Register > Drop/Add and Withdraw from Classes > Enter CRNS
- Holds: Review holds in the top right section of the “Student Advising Profile” to determine what hold is on your account and what office to contact. The Student Advising Profile can be accessed on the My Dashboard tab of eTC.
- Pre-requisite Not Met: Review the course pre-requisite to determine if you have taken the appropriate prior level course. Contact your academic advisor for alternate course recommendations.
- Step-by-step registration instructions can be found on the Get Set tab of eTC.
4. Academic Progress: Know that program directors and faculty are working diligently to minimize the impacts of these changes on your academic progression. Unfortunately, some impacts are beyond our control, but the College is committed to continuing to work with you to help you reach your goals as quickly as possible.
We appreciate your patience as we’ve worked to update the summer schedule in response to adjustments this semester and anticipated expectations for continued social distancing into the summer. Please continue to monitor tctc.edu/coronavirus for updates from Tri-County and our response to the coronavirus.
Assistant Vice President, College Transitions