Student Services

Course Registration

Registration is the process of selecting and enrolling in courses for a given semester.


Spring 2018 Registration Dates

October 2, Monday                Web registration begins for all active students (including dual enrollment) continuing for spring  2018 classes with 45+ earned credit hours.

October 3, Tuesday                Web registration begins for all active students continuing for spring 2018 classes with 30 – 44 earned credit hours.

October 4, Wednesday           Web registration begins for all active students continuing for spring 2018 classes with 15 – 29 earned credit hours.

October 5, Thursday               Web registration begins for all active students continuing for spring 2018 classes with 0 – 14 earned credit hours.

 October 9, Monday                 Web registration begins for all new students (including dual enrollment) transfer, transient, readmits and all others not previously registered for spring 2018 classes.

Summer 2018 Registration Dates 

March 5, Monday                Web registration begins for all active students (including dual enrollment) continuing for summer 2018 classes with 45+ earned credit hours.

March 6, Tuesday                  Web registration begins for all active students continuing for summer 2018 classes with 30 – 44 earned credit hours.

March 7, Wednesday              Web registration begins for all active students continuing for summer 2018 classes with 15 – 29 earned credit hours.

March 8, Thursday                  Web registration begins for all active students continuing for summer 2018 classes with 0 – 14 earned credit hours.

March 12, Monday                  Web registration begins for all new students (including dual enrollment) transfer, transient, readmits and all others not previously registered for summer 2018 classes.

 


Online Registration Guidance


Registration Information

In order to register, students must have completed the admissions process with the following documents on file in the Educational Records office:

  • SCF application for admission;
  • Florida residency statement and documentation;
  • Official high school transcript, or GED test scores, if required;
  • Official college transcript, if applicable; and
  • Placement test scores, if required.

It is essential that students select their courses carefully, ensuring that course work fulfills the requirements of their selected degree or certificate program.

The Advising Center is available to assist students in planning a program of study that meets their educational and career goals.

How to Read Your CAPP/Degree Audit (video presentation)


Registration Holds

A student record may have a hold that prevents registration for classes. Typical reasons for a hold include financial obligations to the College or an incomplete student file.

To find out what type of hold is on a record, students can view holds on MySCF. Use the correct User ID and password, choose the Student tab, click on Registration Status and select the term.

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