Fall 2024 Registration & Advising

Welcome to Alexandria Technical & Community College! We're excited you have chosen Alexandria College and are looking forward to getting started. Fall Semester begins August 26.


RAD Information

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Registration & Advising Day Presentation Download Registration & Advising Day Presentation Document pdf

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RAD Schedule

Below are dates and times for upcoming Registration/Advising Days (RAD). RAD events are here for incoming first-year students to register for upcoming fall semester classes. This is also a great opportunity to meet with student services such as financial aid, academic support services, and admissions to make sure your upcoming start is a smooth one.

  • 18

    Jun

    Registration & Advising: Tuesday, June 18 (Alternate)

    9:00 - 11:00 AM

    If you can't attend your scheduled Registration & Advising (RAD) session, join us at an alternate session to get registered for courses, get your parking pass and student ID, check on financial aid, and more -- before the semester begins. Students only need to attend one RAD session.

  • 09

    Jul

    Registration & Advising: Tuesday, July 9 (Alternate)

    9:00 - 11:00 AM

    If you can't attend your scheduled Registration & Advising (RAD) session, join us at an alternate session to get registered for courses, get your parking pass and student ID, check on financial aid, and more -- before the semester begins. Students only need to attend one RAD session.

  • 18

    Jul

    Registration & Advising: Thursday, July 18 (Alternate)

    9:00 - 11:00 AM

    If you can't attend your scheduled Registration & Advising (RAD) session, join us at an alternate session to get registered for courses, get your parking pass and student ID, check on financial aid, and more -- before the semester begins. Students only need to attend one RAD session.

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Registration Instructions

Before you Register

Manage your StarID password online at StarID Self-Service. StarID passwords expire every 180 days.

 

Log in to eServices with your StarID and password. 

The eServices Dashboard page contains a quick reference of some of the information within eServices. Additional services can be found in the left side bar:

Academic Records

Check Grades – You will be able to see your grades for semester courses on the last day of the semester

Unofficial Transcript – You have access to your unofficial within eServices.

Degree Audit – Also called DARS, your advisor will use this audit to advise you on the courses that you will need to register for and use as a progression plan throughout your program semesters.

Financial Aid

Aid Application Status - You are able to monitor the status of your financial aid once you have submitted your FAFSA to the college

Awards – Once your FAFSA has been completed you will be able to see what your award totals

Direct Deposit Setup – Use to have any surplus funds go directly into your account

Loans – Complete your loan request

Degree Audit Report – Also called DARS, your advisor will use this audit to advise you on the courses that you will need to register for and use as a progression plan throughout your program semesters. You can access your DARS in eServices, under Academic Records.

How to Register
  • If you know the Course IDs for the courses you need to register for, or if you have a sample schedule, follow the Quick-Add instructions below.
  • Otherwise, follow the Search instructions below.

 

  1. Select Courses & Registration and select Search for a Course. Double check that the semester is correct that you are registering for on the page.
  2. Double check the institution is set to ATCC and the semester is correct that you are registering for on the page.
  3. Select the dropdown arrow in the Subject area and choose the acronym for the subject you are registering for. Example: BIOL 1417 Anatomy & Physiology locate Biology (BIOL)in the list. To the right of the subject enter the Course Number and select Search. Locate the course in your search results and choose the Add icon in the far left column of the row. Select OK to have the course added to your Wish List.
  4. Select the Search link and repeat  the steps above for the remaining courses you want to register for. Once all the courses have been added choose Review My Plan (left side of page).
  5. You are now at your Wish List and you should see all the courses that you have added. Select the checkbox in front of each course(far left column) and select the Course(s) to proceed to register button.
  6. The next page is confirming your registration. You are NOT registered yet. Please read through the paragraph and enter your Password and select Register to complete your registration.
  7. If you do not see Registration Successful and you see Error Codes/messages, please contact the ATCC Registrar at 320-762-4650 and they will assist you with fixing the issue.

 

  1. Select Courses & Registration (left side) and select Quick Add. Double check that the semester is correct that you are registering for on the page. Enter the Course ID numbers in each box and select Register.
  2. The next page is confirming your registration. You are NOT registered yet. Please read through the paragraph and enter your Password and select Register to complete your registration. If you have entered a wrong course id and have a wrong course return to Review my Plan and check the box in front of the course you want to remove and select the Remove Selected Course(s) from Wish List. Return to Quick Add repeat step 1.
  3. If you do not see Registration Successful and you see Error codes/messages, please contact the ATCC Registrar at 320-762-4650 and they will assist you with fixing the issue.
  4. Select View/Modify Schedule to see the full information of your semester schedule.

When registering for courses, each course will show its delivery method. The definitions below will help explain the differences between these options, and help you make the best choices for your learning style.

On Campus: These classes meet face-to-face at scheduled times and locations.

HyFlex: On-campus flex classes held in classrooms with the technology to link students by video, providing students and faculty with a lot of flexibility to adjust and adapt.

Blended/Hybrid: Blended courses combine elements of face-to-face and online learning to fit course needs. 25-75% of instruction is online, with more than 2 in-person meetings or 4 proctored exams required.

Mostly Online: >75% of instruction is online with up to two possible in-person meetings.  Up to four required proctored exams are not included in the in-person meeting. Course may have online synchronous components.

Completely Online - Synchronous: Using video software such as Zoom, these classes have scheduled meeting times.  They provide structure and allow students to see their instructor and fellow students.

Completely Online - Asynchronous: Online classes have no scheduled meetings, although there are deadlines and assignments.

BrightSpace Online Learning Platform

Online courses use BrightSpace to deliver course content. Watch this short tutorial to get a preview of how BrightSpace works:

Your schedule can only be modified through day 5 of the semester. For information on how to drop courses, please review the following document: How to Drop Courses (PDF)

Need help? Book a virtual advising session:
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