Registration is the process of choosing and signing up for classes and must be done each semester for each class through your MySLCC account.
Before You Register - meeting pre-requisites
Many concurrent enrollment classes require pre-requisites. Pre-requisites help ensure that you are prepared to be successful in certain college classes. Talk with your high school counselor or high school concurrent enrollment coordinator to make sure you have the appropriate placement scores on file before registering for concurrent enrollment classes. Click here to find out more about pre-requisites.
Before you register - Setting up Your mySLCC Account
Before you can register for classes you first need to set up a MySLCC Account. MySLCC is the college's student portal for registering for classes, paying tuition, accessing grades, ordering transcripts, getting news about what is going on at SLCC, and other important information. A complete list of tutorials on how to set up and access different features of your MySLCC Account can be found on the MySLCC Overview & Tutorials page.
REGISTERING FOR CLASSES
Because this is concurrent enrollment and you are getting both high school and college credit you will need to register in two places; (1) at your high school (typically done through your high school registration system or high school counselor), and (2) at SLCC through your MySLCC account.
Registration at SLCC should be done within the first week of class. See the Register for Classes tutorial for step by step instructions on how to register. As part of the registration process it is your responsibility to follow instructions carefully, meet all deadlines, and double check with both your high school counselor and through your SLCC MyPage account to make sure you are officially registered at both the high school and the college. Failure to do so will result in your not earning college credit for the class.
PARENTS: We strongly encourage you to let your child register themselves. Stand by to help them if problems arise, but let them do the work. This is a valuable skill that will serve them well as they transition to college after high school.
If You Run Into Problems
Problems are not uncommon during registration. If any of the following apply you will not be able to register until the issue has been resolved:
- required test scores or pre-requisites are not in the SLCC system.
- you owe money to SLCC.
- you have an incorrect social security number on file.
- you have a campus restriction.
- you did not take a CE course for a year or a semester.
When you encounter these problems reach out to your high school CE coordinator who will work with the SLCC CE office 801-957-6344 to help you resolve the issue.