Course registration for "returning students" is done online through the Cambridge College web site, (http://campusweb.cambridgecollege.edu/).or, at the Cambridge College home page, click on Log on to the My CC Web Portal. This system allows students to register for courses, add and drop courses, and access their academic, account, and personal information.
For assistance, please feel free to call the Registrar's Office:
Direct line: 617-873-0101
Your Cambridge College ID number and PIN number are required to register online. The Chesapeake Business Office provides your ID card. The PIN number is mailed to you once you have turned in your basis of admissions. If you forget your PIN number or do not receive one, call the Registrar's Office. To protect you and your records, the College does not e-mail PIN numbers. Registrar's office is 617-873-0101.
Note: Courses or sections may be canceled due to under-enrollment or closed because of class size limits. Course registration is on a first come, first served basis, so it is important to register as soon as you receive your ID and PIN number.
Steps to Registering
Pay or clear all tuition charges with the Business Office
Complete your admissions file
Official course rosters are prepared from the registration forms. They are given to course instructors at the first class session, and are reissued after the add/drop deadline. Students must officially register for a course to have their names appear on the official course roster and receive credit.
Business Office Clearance
In order to register each term, students must receive clearance from the Business Office, indicating satisfactory arrangements for Tuition Payment.
Complete Admissions File
All students are required to have a complete admissions file before financial aid may be awarded, before transfer credit may be evaluated, and before they may register.
Add a Course
Students may register for additional courses up to the first class session if space is available and department policies are adhered to. Go to the Student Information System and follow instructions online. Full tuition payment must be received before the added course will appear on official records.
Drop a Course
Go to MyCC Webportal and follow online instructions to drop the course. No verbal or telephone "drops" accepted.
Tuition - Students must pay the full tuition for all courses for which they have registered unless the course is correctly dropped online before the add/drop deadline. Students who do not attend class and do not submit the form must pay the full tuition.
Student accounts are credited for the tuition charges for dropped courses only as outlined under Tuition and Fees.
Grade - If the course is correctly dropped online, the course is "dropped" from the student's record. If notification is received after the deadline, the course appears on the student's record with a grade of "Withdrawn". If the Registrar's Office is not officially informed of the drop, a grade of "No Show" will be issued.
After the add/drop deadline, students may still drop the course at any time before the end of the course to officially withdraw. Tuition liability is as outlined under Tuition Payment.
In exceptional circumstances, a student may write a letter to the Dean, explaining the circumstances compelling the withdrawal, including dates. The Dean's Office informs other offices of the decision.
A hold may be placed on a student record for academic, admission, business, or financial aid reasons. A hold will prevent you from registering. If, upon entering your ID and PIN number, you find a hold on your record, you can see online a description of the hold and contact information, so that you can remedy the situation.
New students are notified when new student registration is open. Continuing students register during Continuing Students Registration Month. The registration period ends for both new and continuing students on the last day of Add/drop.
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