Registering for Classes
You will register for your MCTC classes using the eServices system online. The dates registration opens for you depends on what type of student you are (new, transfer or returning) and the number of credits you have already earned. See the registration dates below for more information.
What every student must know
- You are responsible for your registration, including academic consequences that result from your schedule.
- You are responsible for all tuition and fee charges resulting from your registration and to meet the payment due date indicated in the class schedule.
- MCTC reserves the right to drop you from courses for which you have not met the prerequisite requirements or have not tested into based on the results from your placement tests.
- You may not register for more than one section of a class. Students who register for multiple sections of the same course may be subject to discipline and will have their duplicate enrollments cancelled.
- Classes added through late registration (after the drop/add deadline) are not eligible for the Federal Pell Grant.
- The College may drop you from classes for non-payment of tuition and fees.
- You may need to provide an immunization record form so you are not blocked from registering. Minnesota law (M.S. 135A.14) requires college students to have current immunization records on file. If you are being blocked from registering for an immunization hold, you will need to submit the immunization form to the student services office (T.2200) drop box before you will be able to register. You may also fax it to 612-659-6250.
Register for spring 2015 during these early registration windows. Spring semester begins Jan. 12, 2015.
| Student Groups
|Nursing students admitted to the program
|Oct. 27, 2014
|Students working with Disability Services
||Oct. 27, 2014
|Students with 50+ credits
||Oct. 27, 2014
|Students with 30+ credits
|Oct. 28, 2014
|Students with 20+ credits
||Oct. 29, 2104
|Students with 10+ credits
|Oct. 30, 2014
|Students with 0+ credits
||Oct. 31, 2014
|New transfer students
||Oct. 31, 2014
|All new degree seeking students (register at orientation)
||Nov. 3, 2014
|All non-degree seeking students
||Nov. 5, 2014
|Spring tuition due date
||Dec. 18, 2014
|Admissions application deadline for spring
||Dec. 30, 2014
|Last day to add full term courses
||Jan. 16, 2015
|Last Day to drop full term courses
||Jan. 16, 2015
|Last day to withdraw from full term courses
||April 30, 2015
New student registration
If you are a new degree-seeking student, and you have completed the admission process and the placement test requirement, you will register with assistance from advisors at orientation. During Orientation, you will receive information about College activities, policies and resources, get assistance with choosing and registering for first-semester classes and have opportunities to ask questions. You are responsible for completing any prerequisites listed for a course prior to enrolling in the course. Not meeting all course prerequisites may result in you being dropped from the class or having your registration blocked.
Transfer student registration
If you are a new degree, diploma or certificate program student transferring to MCTC from another college or university, you may be eligible to complete the Orientation Worksheet for Transfer Students to meet the orientation requirement in order to register on eServices. We also offer orientation sessions just for transfer students to allow you the opportunity to connect with an advisor and get more information about the College.
You are responsible for completing any prerequisites listed for a course prior to enrolling in the course. Not meeting all course prerequisites may result in you being dropped from the class or having your registration blocked.
Under special circumstances, if you have completed the placement requirement and had your official transcripts evaluated (applicable to all transfer students), you may petition to meet a course prerequisite. Visit student services or your advisor to determine if special registration will be allowed.
The Office of Academic Affairs reserves the right to cancel a course or course section after the schedule has been published if the associate vice president of academic affairs determines that it would be in the best interest of the College. Students who registered for a course that has been cancelled will be notified via phone and mail.
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