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School of Undergraduate Studies

The Undergraduate School is one of the most innovative and student-centered institutions in higher education today. Cambridge College offers academically excellent programs for students wishing to enroll in a dynamic, diverse, and flexible institution of higher education. Welcome to your future!

Here are your next steps:

 

1.     Complete your Financial Aid Application

(Domestic Students Only). To be eligible for federal financial aid, you must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and an officially Accepted student. Please complete your FAFSA and submit all required supporting documentation as soon as possible. Learn about financial aid and apply

 

2.    Log into MyCC

Here are instructions on How to Access MyCC as a New User.  You will need your student ID number to log into the system.  If you do not know your student id number, please email StudentNavigation@cambridgecollege.edu.  Be sure to save your password.  

 

3.     Register for Spring Classes

Students should register early to have more course options available to them. Please join us on one of the following Enrollment Nights, where you will meet with your academic advising team and get 1:1 assistance with course registration. 

  • Wednesday, November 29th, at 5:00PM
  • Tuesday, December 5th, at 5:00PM
  • Thursday, December 14th, 5:00PM
  • Wednesday, December 20th, 5:00PM
  • Thursday, January 4th, 5:00PM
  • Tuesday, January 9th, 5:00PM

Space is limited per enrollment night. Please RSVP to AcademicAdvisingUG@cambridgecollege.edu.

4.     Attend Orientation

Orientation is mandatory and will be held on Thursday, January 11th, from 5:00 - 9:00PM. 

5.     Submit a health insurance waiver, if applicable, by February 2nd

This applies to ALL students attending a location in Massachusetts.  Undergraduate students taking 9 or more credits or Graduate students taking 6 or more credits will be assessed the health insurance charge for the on their accounts. Students who do not require the College's health plan must submit a waiver through Gallagher Koster. Get more information on how to submit a waiver

6.     Get assistance with payment plans and student billing, if needed 

Tuition payment is due by January 15th. 

 

7.     Contact Disability Services for assistance, if needed

 

8.     Access the Information Technology Welcome Package

You'll find information on MYCC, student email and Login Access

 

9.     Obtain your student ID Badge

Visit the Registrar’s Office located at our Main Campus at 500 Rutherford Avenue, Boston, MA 02129 to obtain your student ID badge. Registrar’s Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am-6:30pm, and Fridays, 9am -5pm, while classes are in session. Otherwise, the office hours are 9am-5pm.  Student must be registered for classes before obtaining student ID badges. 

 

10.      Student Parking Permit

The Boston campus is located 5 minutes from the Sullivan Square Orange Line T station.  For those traveling by car, we have an ample of parking spaces available at no cost. However, a Student Parking Permit form must be completed each academic year to receive a parking permit.

 

*Additional Steps for International Students

 

1.     Obtain your I-20, if you are an F1 International Student

All international students wishing to obtain, maintain, or regain Active F1 status through matriculation in a Cambridge College program of study must receive a Cambridge College I-20 prior to registering for classes. Upon acceptance, you should receive an email from the International Office detailing your next steps for receiving your I-20. Note: You will not be able to register for classes until your I-20 has been processed.

 

2.     Complete the Online New International Student Check-In session

At the start of the first term of study, all new F1 international students are required to complete the online New International Student Check-In session, where you will learn all of the rules and regulations surrounding maintaining Active F1 status, and about the culture and expectations of the U.S. classroom.