Registering for Classes

Current Student Registration

STEP 1: Self-Service has been integrated into myChargerNet. Log into the myCN system, go to the Student tab, and click on Register For Classes under the Self-Service links on the left side of the page.

Current students may also want to consult with their Degree Audits before registering for classes, and/or discuss your long-range plans with your adviser.

If you plan to transfer to a university, you are responsible for planning your courses according to the requirements specified in that university’s catalog. Use the equivalency tables to determine the equivalent course number at Columbia State.

If you have a hold flag on your account due to academic reasons (missing admissions documents, transcripts, immunization records, test scores, etc.), you must submit these to the Admissions and Recruitment office before you will be allowed to register. If your hold flags are for non-academic reasons (such as parking fines, missing library books/videotapes, etc.) you must clear these with the respective offices before you will be allowed to register.

STEP 2: Pay your bill by the due date. Your schedule will be deleted, and you will no longer be register, if you miss the payment deadline. See the calendar for deadlines.

STEP 3:
Obtain your annual parking permit and student ID in the Jones Student Center, room 151 at Columbia, or from the main office at any other campus, as soon as you have paid your fees.

STEP 4: Buy your books from the campus bookstore or our online bookstore and go to class! The bookstore at Columbia is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The other campuses will have bookstores available when classes begin.

New Student Registration

Note: New students who do a quick admit or are admitted and must immediately register, must sign in using this SSB link, because their MyCN account is not accessible for 24 hours.

STEP 1:
Please review your letter of acceptance carefully. Contact Testing Services if you need to complete any required or optional COMPASS testing.

If you are unsure about your admission status please click here.

STEP 2:
Once you have completed any required or optional COMPASS testing, degree-seeking students are now ready to sign up for the required Orientation/Advising session.

Right Start is a mandatory, half-day program designed to inform and assist first-time, degree-seeking freshmen, technical certificate-seeking students, and newly admitted transfer students through an orientation session that includes assistance with class registration.

STEP 3:
Pay your bill by the due date. Your schedule will be deleted, and you will no longer be register, if you miss the payment deadline. See the calendar for deadlines.

STEP 4: Obtain your annual parking permit and student ID in the Jones Student Center, room 151 at Columbia, or from the main office at any other campus, as soon as you have paid your fees.

STEP 5: Buy your books from the campus bookstore or our online bookstore and go to class! The bookstore at Columbia is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The other campuses will have bookstores available when classes begin.

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