- CONTINUING FOR SPRING REGISTRATION: Students who may have been able to only register for Boston, Lawrence, or Springfield courses may still register online for courses in any of those locations due to the fact that many courses continue to be taught remotely over Zoom. PLEASE BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO REGISTER FOR AN IN-SEAT ONLY CLASS IF YOU CAN NOT BE IN-SEAT AT THAT LOCATION.
- Please be certain that you are registering for the correct division of courses. For example, while some exceptions may apply, if you are a graduate student you should not be registering for undergraduate courses, and vice versa.
- Spring courses include modified modalities, which are displayed in a column on the course search results. Please note that modalities for courses may change at any time due to developments with the pandemic.
CLASS In-Person: Meetings are held on campus, in-person, on a specific day and time. Attendance is required and recorded.
HYBRID Online & In-Person: Courses are taught in two or more different modalities. These combine synchronous (in-person, on campus sessions) and asynchronous (online) elements. Attendance in synchronous/interactive sessions is required and recorded.
HYBRID & ZOOM Online & Remote: Courses are taught in two or more different modalities. These combine synchronous remote sessions (via Zoom, or another platform), and asynchronous (online) elements. Attendance in synchronous/interactive sessions in-person or via Zoom is required and recorded.
LAB In-Person in Lab: Meetings are held on campus on a specific day and time in a science or computer lab. Attendance is required and recorded.
ONLINE Fully Online: Asynchronous, 100% online delivery with no specific required meeting times or location. Asynchronous participation required based on the specified requirements of the course.
REMOTE Remote/”Connected”: Courses are delivered only remotely via Zoom, or another platform. Meetings are connected to a specific day and time. Attendance is required and recorded.
- The course’s modality is displayed in the course search results, so you can see what kind of course you are signing up for.
- For Add/Drop deadlines, please refer to the academic calendar: https://www.cambridgecollege.edu/academic-calendar
- Certain courses, such as a repeat course, a full course that requires an instructor’s signature, or an ILP/Graduate Capstone extension, cannot be added online. In these cases, please submit an Add/Drop form with the required signatures before the Add/Drop deadline. Be sure to sign and date all required areas and pages of the form, including the “Student Acknowledgement of Financial Obligation”, and the “Health Insurance Agreement”. Student forms may be found here: https://www.cambridgecollege.edu/resources/student-forms-transcripts
- Please check your schedule online after you add or drop a class, to make sure the schedule accurately reflects the changes. Also check right before the start of classes to confirm details like hours and room assignments if relevant to your program.
- If a class is cancelled, your Advisor, Dean, or Program Chair will contact you, and suggest next steps.
- IMPORTANT NOTE: When you are looking at a class in the search results, please click on the hyperlinked course code (i.e. CCP 518 CA01) to see the specific dates of the class, and any other relevant notes. The “Begin Date” and “End Date” listed on the right side may not show correctly for classes that begin after the Add/Drop date.
- If you are taking a weekend intensive class that begins part way through the semester, you should be able to add and drop online at least up until 9:00am on the first Friday of the month. Always try to add or drop online before you fill out paperwork!
- If you can’t attend or decide not to attend a class, you must drop or withdraw from it.
- Your courses may not show up in the “Quick Links” bar on the left on MyCC until a couple weeks before they begin. It’s a good idea to look at the syllabi for your classes, especially for weekend intensives, to make sure there are no assignments due on the first day of class. To do this:
- Go to the “Academics” tab on MyCC
- Go to the “All My Courses” dropdown.
- Choose “Current Courses” or “Future Courses” (depends on the date.)
- This is also how you can view information for your past courses.
YOU MAY BE FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CLASS THAT YOU DROP AFTER THE ADD/DROP DEADLINE, UNLESS THE CLASS HAS NOT BEGUN. ALWAYS CHECK YOUR SCHEDULE CAREFULLY.
YOU MAY NOT ATTEND CLASSES UNLESS YOU ARE REGISTERED.
HOW TO REGISTER: VIDEO TUTORIAL
QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT COURSES TO TAKE?
Please contact your academic advisor or program chair.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU CAN’T REGISTER BECAUSE YOU HAVE A FINANCIAL HOLD
Contact Student Financial Services for your next steps
LOGGING IN TO MYCC
Please refer to Information Technology’s IT Support page about logging in:
IF YOU CAN’T SEE SPRING COURSES
You may need to clear your browser cache. You can find directions if you look at the links on your “Home” tab, on the left side of the page.
PERSONAL INFORMATION UPDATE
You will be prompted to update your contact and basic demographic information before you register for classes. You will not have full access to the “Course Search” feature after you are logged in to MyCC, until you complete this step. When you are ready to register for the spring, click on the “Registration” tab and then on the “Complete the Personal Information Update form” link. You will be directed to a form allowing you to review and update your personal information. Once you submit this form, you can proceed with registration as usual. To access the course search tool, click on the “Registration” tab and then on the “Course Search” icon. If you attempt to register where the survey leaves you, in “Add/Drop Courses,” you will likely receive an error message upon attempting to register.
CODES FOR THE DAYS OF THE WEEK
“Course Search” is the best place to add courses, and you can click on Course Search in the Resources list on the MyCC Homepage. You won't be able to register until you've completed the registration agreements pertaining to billing and health insurance.
- The best strategy is to keep it simple. You’ll see a selection of choices available when you click on the “Term” dropdown on the Course Search page, but for all courses, choose “2022-2023 – Spring All Courses”
- Next, where it says Course Code, keep the dropdown set at “Begins With”.
- Enter the first three letters of your class, followed by a space, then the three numbers. To get the most results, don’t touch any other fields.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “Search”. This will pull up all available locations and sections, and you’ll have boxes next to the courses that you have permissions to register for
STARTING A NEW DEGREE IN THE SPRING?
If your current degree (that you are completing this current summer semester), is the basis of admission for your new degree starting in the spring, you will need to graduate from your current degree before you may register for classes for your new degree. In order to graduate in August, you must have submitted an Intent to Graduate form. If we have received your August intent to graduate form, you will see a “Graduation Clearance Pending” hold on your account by the end of the day on Thursday, June 30. This “GP” hold is a flag to us that you have submitted your August intent to graduate form, and you will receive a separate email about it if we received and processed your Intent to Graduate form before June 30th.
Have a wonderful semester!
The Registrar’s Office
1-800-877-4723 x1101, or 617-873-0101