Fall Registration Information

Fall 2019

We are excited to have you join the Cleveland State Community College family.  Applications for degree seeking students will be received until August 16, 2019.  Non-Degree applications will be received until August 21, 2019.

First time Cleveland State students will be assigned a Success Coach by their pathway chosen on their application. Their Success Coach will walk through the admissions and financial aid process as well as help them get registered for their courses.

Readmits and Transfer students will be able to work with and Enrollment Services Specialist to make sure they have completed all their admissions and financial aid process.

 

 

 

 

Registration for fall 2019 opens Monday, April 1. Providing there are no outstanding obligations or holds, all currently enrolled students are eligible to register.  Contact your advisor for registration PIN.  New students will be contacted by their Success Coach. Returning and Transfer students will be working with an Enrollment Services Specialist to make sure they have all outstanding obligations turned in.

Registration Calendar
Date What's Happening
July 15 Priority deadline for Financial Aid file documents.
September 8 Financial Aid appeals deadline.
August 16 Degree Seeking Application Deadline
August 21 Non Degree Application Deadline
August 26 Fall Classes Begin
  • Apply for admission and turn in all documents required to your assigned Success Coach during your advising session.
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FAQs:

Are New first-time students required to attend an Orientation session?
First time students will be assigned a Success Coach to walk them through their first 24 hours of registration. They will guide them in turning in the obligated forms for admissions and financial aid. Once this is done, the student will be invited to attend an on campus Orientation.

How do transfer or readmit students get registered?
Transfer and readmit students will first need to complete all admissions requirements to be eligible to register by meeting with an Enrollment Services Specialist.

How do I find out if the course I want to take is available?
Use the online schedule located on our website’s home page to see if the course is offered.  Be aware that space in most classes is limited so the sooner you register for a course the better chance you have to get a seat in that course.

When should I pay for my classes?
Tuition and fees must be paid in full by the published deadline.  Tuition due dates can be found by going to the Cleveland State website at http://www.clevelandstatecc.edu and clicking on “Current Students”, look for "What is CougarNet?
CougarNet is Cleveland State’s internal website to online student services including:  class registration, fee payments, grades, class schedules, email and much more.  CougarNet is available 24/7 and is the gateway to all the things you will need to be successful at Cleveland State.

Online Registration for currently enrolled students will begin on Monday, April 1. It is required that students speak with their assigned advisor prior to registering for classes. Students are to receive an Advising PIN from their academic advisor in order to register for classes. 

FAQs:

Do I have to see my assigned advisor before registering for classes?

Yes, it is mandatory for all degree and certificate seeking students. Your advisor will help you stay on track so that you can finish your degree as quickly as possible.  Advisors can also suggest appropriate electives for your field of study. The college adheres to a mandatory advising philosophy. The academic advisor will provide information regarding course selection and provide you with an Advising PIN which permits registration for courses.

Who is my assigned advisor?

The “My Account” tab in CougarNet will indicate your current advisor.

If I change majors will my advisor change?

Yes.  When you complete the form in CougarNet to change your major a new advisor will be assigned by the appropriate academic division.

 

When should I pay for my classes?

Tuition and fees must be paid in full by the published deadline.  Tuition due dates can be found by going to the “How/When to Pay” page.  These dates are applicable whether paying by cash, credit card, third parties, VA and all forms of financial aid.  After this date, you will be removed from your classes for non-payment.

What is CougarNet?

CougarNet is Cleveland State’s internal website to online student services including:  class registration, fee payments, grades, class schedules, email and much more.  CougarNet is available 24/7 and is the gateway to all the things you will need to be successful at Cleveland State.

 

Check your CougarNet account for eligibility status after grades are posted.  If you are not eligible, check the requirements for Satisfactory Academic Progress on the Financial Aid website.  If you are eligible to appeal, print and complete the SAP appeal forms, along with other required documents, and submit to the Financial Aid Office by July 15, 2019.



A guide to Enrolling in CLSCC for Transient Students (students enrolled at another college/university):

College Application
  • Step 1 - apply for admission to the college.
  • Step 2 - submit a valid driver's license, a Letter of Good Standing or complete the  Transient Student Approval Form. The home institution MUST specifically identify approved courses in English and Mathematics. For courses which have prerequisites (refer to college catalog, course descriptions) an academic transcript may be required to verify completion of the prerequisite. Letters of Good Standing or transient student approval form must be received PRIOR to registration for courses.
  • Step 3 - Admissions will process information submitted and release hold to allow registration for course(s). Transient students DO NOT need to see an advisor or need an Advising PIN to register.

Consult with home institution before you register at CLSCC

CLSCC is not responsible for transfer credit at another school.  Before completing the steps above, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure with the home institution that any courses taken at CLSCC will be accepted at the home institution.

Students on Academic Suspension at Home Institution

Students who are on Academic Suspension at the home institution MUST provide a transcript which identifies the terms of the suspension (one term, three term, etc.) and MUST be approved by the Registrar to enroll at CLSCC.

FAQs:

How do I find out if the course I want to take is available?

Use the online schedule located on our website’s home page to see if the course is offered.  Be aware that space in most classes is limited so the sooner you register for a course the better chance you have to get a seat in that course.

Do I have an assigned advisor?

Transient students may contact an Enrollment Services Specialist for general advising-related questions.

When should I pay for my classes?

Tuition and fees must be paid in full by the published deadline. Tuition due dates can be found by going to the Cleveland State website at www.clevelandstatecc.edu and clicking on “Current Students”, the “Business Office”, and then “How/When to Pay.” These dates are applicable whether paying by cash, credit card, third parties, VA and all forms of financial aid. After this date, you will be removed from your classes for non-payment.

What is CougarNet?

CougarNet is Cleveland State’s internal website to online student services including: class registration, fee payments, grades, class schedules, email and much more.  CougarNet is available 24/7 and is the gateway to all the things you will need to be successful at Cleveland State.

I’m having trouble logging on to my CougarNet account.  Can anyone help me?

Yes. The Computer help desk can be reached M-F from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at 423-478-6210 or 800-604-2722 ext. 210 and emailed at helpdesk@clevelandstatecc.edu.

What is the difference between a Cleveland State web class and a TN eCampus/RODP class?

TN eCampus/RODP courses have additional fees, the instructor is often from another institution, and the textbooks must be purchased from the TN eCampus/RODP online bookstore.

When and how do I access my TN eCampus/RODP course?

Students cannot log in to their class until the published date that classes begin. To log in, select the TN eCampus/RODP symbol at the top of your CougarNet page and look for the directions on the right side of the page.

FINANCIAL AID:

Transient students are not eligible for financial aid. You must be enrolled at Cleveland State Community College in an eligible degree program to receive financial aid.

 



What classes can dual enrollment students take?

Dual enrollment students can register to take any class on our schedule that they qualify for.  If wanting or expecting to get the high school credit as well as the college credit for the course, they must clear that or get approval from their high school guidance counselor prior to registering for the course.

Can dual students receive the dual enrollment lottery grant?

Yes. Dual Students must register for the lottery grant every year by going to the state website (http://www.tn.gov/collegepays/) and must meet specified criteria for eligibility. All information can be found in the Dual Registration Packet.

How do I register for a dual enrollment course?

All dual students must apply for admissions by filling out an online application (Early College/Dual Enrollment option).  They will then complete a registration packet and submit it to Dual Enrollment Office by specified deadline. Dual registration packets and deadlines information can be found on the Dual Enrollment page , click on Admissions and then Dual Enrollment link.

Who to call for more information:

Dual Enrollment Office: 423-614-8734

Primary Contact Information
Enrollment Services Center

3535 Adkisson Dr
Cleveland, TN 37320

Email

enroll@clevelandstatecc.edu

Phone

(423) 473-2310

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