The Registrar's office is located in the south end of the 1st floor of the George Moore Main building.
There are different classifications of students here at Clinton Community College for student status: New Students, Continuing Students, Returning Students, Non-Matriculated Students, and Summer Session.
New students at Clinton Community College have never taken credit classes on campus before. All new students must complete an application. New full-time students complete an application in the Admissions Office. New part-time students apply and register in the Counseling and Advisement Office.
One is considered a Continuing student if he or she is currently attending credit classes and registers for the next semester. Continuing students do not "stop", but rather, take classes from one semester to the next until they complete their degree programs. Continuing students are offered an early opportunity to register before course selection is open to new or returning students. Continuing students pre-register with the help of their academic advisors before submitting their registration cards to the Registrar's Office.
A Returning student is one who has interrupted their attendance at CCC. They "stop out" for a period of time before completing their degrees or certificates. Returning students should contact the Counseling & Advisement Office before registering.
Full Time Students:
Students earning 12 or more credit hours a semester are considered full time.
Part Time Students:
Students earning fewer than 12 credit hours per semester are considered part time.
Students who are not seeking a degree or certificate at the time of admission, are not interested in receiving financial aid, and who wish to waive placement testing and academic advisement which would normally determine the suitability of their courses for degree fulfillment or transfer credit.
Summer Session:Registrar's Office:
Clinton Community Colleges offers its students and the community the opportunity to complete credit classes during the summer. Courses are offered in two five-week sessions. The first session typically begins in the end of May and the second begins in July. Summer session is an ideal opportunity for students to catch up on degree requirements from the previous academic year or jump start the next academic year.