HOW TO REGISTER FOR COLLEGE CLASSES

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HOW TO
REGISTER
FOR COLLEGE
CLASSES
MS. Q ACADEMIC
ADVISOR
MIT ACADEMY’S GRADUATION
Community college courses are a graduation
requirement
9 college units total
Most courses are 3 unit courses
Recommended to take one each year starting
in 9 th grade
COMMUNIT Y COLLEGE POLICIES
Become familiar with college policies
IE: NVC requires students be in 10th grade and
above or 15 years of age or older to attend
IE: Drop dates for refund
Special admit form must be on file for each
semester
If you decides not to take the course, then you
need to dis-enrollment or else you pay the fee
Remember telling an instructor you dropped does not
mean you are officially dis-enrolled
CCC APPLY
http://cccapply.com/
All California community colleges
are interlinked to this website
SOLANO COMMUNIT Y COLLEGE (SCC)
1. Enroll in CCC Apply or go to www.solano.edu
2. Submit Special Admit Form to Ms. Quintana
(PDF) or take to SCC’s admissions office
with at least 3 classes selected
3. Add/register for class(es) online through
MySolano
NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE (NVC)
1. Enroll in CCC Apply or
www.napavalley.edu/Pages/default.aspx
2. Select 3 courses you are interested in
3. Submit your Special Admit Form in person
to Napa Valley College Registration to
register and pay for class(es)
DIFFERENCES IN COMMUNIT Y COLLEGES
 SCC uses MySolano
 NVC uses WebAdvisor
 Both use special admissions forms, but SCC
does not require you to take this form in person
 Ms. Q can PDF the file to Admissions
 NVC requires you to take the special
admissions form in person and pay for the
course on the spot
SPRING 2014 REGISTRATION DATES
(SCC) MySolano will give you your determined
registration date and time, registration for
spring is December (classes start Jan. 2014)
 NVC will allow high school students to register
starting as of December (classes start Jan.
2014)
You are a concurrent high school student
You attend high school full-time and community
college for enrichment
CHECK YOUR MITA SCHOOL EMAIL
Information regarding both colleges will
be sent to you via MITA school email
IE: Special admit forms to courses being offered
Check the community college website for
updates as well
It is your responsibility to ensure you
complete the enrollment process fully
SOLANO COMMUNIT Y COLLEGE
USER NAME/PASSWORD
Write down your user name and password to
access this information at a later date
Tip: keep it on your phone or some electronic
device so you have easy access to it
*Email it to yourself or your advisory teacher
YOU WILL GET AN EMAIL FROM CCC APPLYDO NOT DELETE THIS EMAIL
BEGIN YOUR CCC APPLY APPLICATION
USE YOUR MIT ACADEMY EMAIL INSTEAD
OF PARENT/GUARDIAN EMAIL
REMEMBER TO HIT SUBMIT
AND SUBMIT MY APPLICATION
MUST HAVE CONFIRMATION FOR
APPLICATION BEING SUBMITTED
YOU GET AN EMAIL FROM THE COLLEGE
YOUR SCC LOG IN INFORMATION EMAILED
PREVIOUS COURSES TAKEN BY MITA
STUDENTS (SCC & NVC):
Career/Life Planning
Beginning Guitar
 Multi Cultural Music
Principals of Selling
Micro Comp App
Art Appreciation
Cinema
General Psychology
 Intro to Comp
Science
 Human Development
 Child Development
 Public Speaking
 Intro to Sociology
 Print Making
 Interior Design
 Sports Nutrition
PLEASE REMEMBER SOME CLASSES ARE NOT
PERMITTED AT SCC
WHAT IS A PREREQUISITE?
 Required beforehand: a prerequisite fund
of knowledge
 Some courses have pre-reqs that you
must have prior to taking a course
 IE: MITA requires you to take Geometry. The pre-requisite to
take Geometry is completion of Algebra 1.
LOOKING UP SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ONLINE
ONLY
SCC
NVC
CLICK ON THE UPCOMING SEMESTER…
Make sure
to pick
Spring
2014
SELECT THE AREA THAT YOU WANT TO STUDY
Select the subject matter area
For instance Career/Life Planning is under Counseling
Optional: Select Vallejo Center
Request PM courses for the term
Then hit Submit
COURSE REGISTRATION NUMBER (CRN#)
The course name is Career/Life Planning, CRN# is 10605
COUN is the department
050 is the course number
COURSES BEING OFFERED IN SPRING
The next few slides have courses that are
being offered at SCC’s extension campus
CAREER/LIFE PLANNING
COUN 050, Course Section #10605
Spring 2014
Lecture: W, 6-8:50PM
Location: Vallejo Center, Thurston Bldg. 242
Date: January 13 th - May 20 th
Instructor: Struntz
VALUING DIVERSIT Y
COUN 055, Course Section #10610
Spring 2014
Lecture: R, 6:30-9:20PM
Location: Vallejo Center, Thurston Bldg.
217
Date: Jan. 13 th - May 20 th
Instructor: Wallace
INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING
COMM 001, Course Section #10661
Spring 2014
Lecture: M, 6-8:50PM
Location: Vallejo Center, Thurston Bldg. 242
Date: Jan. 13 th - May 20 th
Instructor: TBD
ART APPRECIATION
ART 010, Course Section #10514
Spring 2014
Lecture: T, 6-8:50PM
Location: Vallejo Center, Thurston Bldg. 242
Date: Jan 13 th - May 20 th
Instructor: Brunner
INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
SOC 001, Course Section #11047
Spring 2014
Lecture: MW, 6-8:50PM
Location: Vallejo Center, Thurston Bldg. Rm
215
Date: March 18 th - May 20 th
Instructor: Tonmar
This is a late start class, not recommended for
your 1 st community college class
NUTRITION
NUTR 010, Course Section #10336
Spring 2014
Lecture: R, 6-8:50PM
Location: Vallejo Center, Thurston Bldg. Rm
215
Date: Jan. 13 th - May 20 th
Instructor: Bourdon
REMEMBER THERE IS ALSO NVC
Napa Valley College also offers community
college courses
You are more than welcomed to also attend
this college if it is easier to access or works
better with your schedule
INTRO TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE STUDIES
COUN 128, Course Section #51364
Spring 2014
Lecture: M, 5-7:50PM
Location: NVC RM 1633
Instructor: O’Neill
SPORT NUTRITION & WEIGHT MANAGEMENT
HELH 109, Course Section #51416
Spring 2014
Lecture: TH 6-8:50PM
Location: NVC RM603
Instructor: Carducci
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC 120, Course Section #51325- ONLINE
Spring 2014
Lecture: ONLINE
Location: ONLINE
Instructor: Bell
INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
SOCI 120, Course Section #51353
Spring 2014
Lecture: TH 6-8:50PM
Location: NVC RM 2230
Instructor: Gonzalez
PICKING MULTIPLE COURSES (3)
Select 3 courses that you would like to
take
If you do not get into your 1 st choice then
having 2 backups is not a bad idea!
HOW SHOULD YOUR SPECIAL ADMISSION
FORM LOOK
ATTENDING SPRING AND SUMMER?
2 separate special admissions forms must be
filled out to attend 2 separate sessions of
community college, meaning:
One special admissions form for Spring 2014
One special admissions form for Summer 2014
AFTER PICKING COURSES…
You will submit your special admissions
form (fax, pdf or in person depending on
the college)
SCC students will add the course on MySolano
You can also PDF your special admission form to SCC
directly at [email protected]
NVC student will add the course in person
LOG ONTO MYSOLANO TO ADD THE
COURSE UNDER STUDENT TAB
CLICK ON “ADD OR DROP CLASSES”
HAVE YOUR CRN # READY TO T YPE INTO
BOX AND SUBMIT
[ LO O K AT S P E C I A L A D M I S S I O N R E C O M M E N DAT I O N FO R M ]
YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR COURSE LISTED
COURSE NOT LISTED ON MYSOLANO?
Remember that if you are not formally enrolled
in the course on MySolano, then you are not “in
the class,” which means you will not get a final
grade
Community colleges place responsibility on the
student to ensure formal enrollment- not the
instructor
If your add code did not work, follow up with
the instructor and/or fill out a late add form
This needs to be completed within the first 2-3 weeks of attending
If you need help, come see Ms. Q in Room J
YOU CAN TRY TO ADD ON THE 1 ST DAY OF
CLASS
Show up the 1 st day to see there is room, get
an add code from the instructor to enroll
formally in the course via MySolano
Do not count on being able to add the course
just because you show up
Some courses are sometimes impacted more
than others
CLICK ON COMPLETE REGISTRATION & PAY
BY CREDIT CARD
FEES
SCC Health Fee $13
NVC Health Fee $8 (if less than 3 units) or $17
Students who choose high school credit pay only the
Accident Insurance and Student Health Services Fee
You can choose to receive high school or college
credits
If you choose to pay for college credit you pay the
college enrollment fees per unit ($46/unit) enrolled,
plus Accident Insurance and Student Health Services
Fee.
Do not take more than 6 units during the Fall or
Spring unless you are going to pay the $289+ fee
AB540
 Any student who is:
 A non-resident student
 Does not hold a valid non-immigrant visa (F, J, H, L, A, E,
etc.)
 Fees will total more than $13
 Speak with Ms. Q about your college fees
FEES/HOLDS
Make sure to clear your fees each semester
Holds will prevent registration for the
upcoming semester
Holds will also prevent you from seeing your
final grade
 MIT asks for a print out from the community college
WHAT HOLDS?
BEFORE CLASS STARTS
Get your book(s), supplies, etc.
 Career/Life Planning materials
 SDS package ($5- $7)
 Book ($56- $85)
 MBTI form ($16- $21)
 This course materials range from $77 up to $113
Make sure to balance your time wisely, there
will be more homework with a college class
BOOKS AND OTHER EXPENSES…
 Teachers will give you a list of the
book(s)/material(s) needed on the 1 st day of class
 Student store on each campus should have your
book(s)/material(s)
 Tips:
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Rent books
Buy used books
Go eTextbooks
Look online, parts of your books maybe published for free
Share
Sell it after you finish your course
BE CREATIVE WITH BOOKS & SUPPLIES!
1 ST DAY OF CLASS
Remember this is college, you are
responsible for attending class on the 1 st
day of school
There is no reminder from the college to attend
If you do not attend the 1 st day of your
college class, you may be informally
dropped from the class roster and still owe
a fee until you formally dis-enroll
DIS-ENROLLING?
If you know that you will not be attending
the community college course you signed
up for make sure to dis-enroll
Fees will be charged any student
enrolled until the course is formally
dropped
 There is a short 2-3 week timeframe to drop the class
at the beginning of the semester
DURING THE SEMESTER
Please remember that you represent MIT
Academy while you are attending courses
Take only the allotted time for breaks
Attendance and participation are part of your
grade
Rules are clearly laid out by the instructor, it is
your job to follow them
ONCE THE SEMESTER IS OVER…
Print out a copy of your final grade from
your community college and submit to Ms.
Munoz
This will be noted onto your MITA
transcript
SCC’S GRADING SYSTEM
CC GRADES
Remember that the grade you earn at the
community college starts your college GPA
When you are at the community college you
can be placed on academic probation and/or
dismissal
 Students who do not maintain standard academic achievement
can be placed on academic probation, dismissal or progress
dismissal
 GPA should be a 2.0 or better (that is a “C” average)
EVERY SO OFTEN…
You will need to log back into your
community college application to update
what semester you will be attending the
community college of your choice
IE: Fall 2014 then again Spring 2015
FERPA
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
FERPA gives parents certain rights with
respect to their children's education records.
These rights transfer to the student when he or
she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school
beyond the high school level.
What this means is if you want to grant your parent/guardian access to your
community college records, then you (the student) need to put this in writing
otherwise the college has to maintain your community college records off limits
to your parent/guardian even though you are a minor
PRIORIT Y REGISTRATION
If you already took a college class that helps your
enrollment status!
To check go under the “Student” Tab, under “When
can I register?” to see if your registration day and time
THE MORE UNITS, THE SOONER YOU CAN
REGISTER!
Q&A
Remember if you have any questions
you can always stop by and ask….
Better to ask than be sorry later!

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