Registration for Fall 2013 courses will begin April 2nd. It is advised that students work with their advisor to ensure that they are completing the necessary courses to meet the graduation requirements. Current Students may complete their registration in WebAdvisor. If registration is completed through the WebAdvisor account, it is recommended that students review their address, phone number and program of study.
All degree-seeking students should meet with an advisor to select the appropriate classes for degree completion. Any additions or changes to this class schedule may be found at the College’s website: www.sheridan.edu. Select Schedules at the top of the page.
Register for Classes
Registration may be completed online for students having a WebAdvisor login or in person at the Records Office. Register early because many classes fill quickly.
All new students should complete an application for admission to the College. Application may be made online or by visiting the College in person. Please contact the Advising Office for a one-on-one discussion of your academic plans.
Ceasing to attend classes or notifying your instructor that you are withdrawing does not constitute official withdrawal. Please contact the Records Office to ensure that you are advised to the appropriate steps.
Students may add a course through the 1/15th of the class. For full semester courses, this is typically one week from the date classes begin. After the start of the semester, students must attain the instructor and advisor’s signatures and returned to the Records Office to be added to the course. If a student intends to add a course after the 1/15th of the semester, the student and the instructor will need to work with the Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Students may withdraw from any semester-length class through the last published date to withdraw. Students may withdraw from a class using an Add/Drop form available in the Records Office or through their WebAdvisor account. NWCCD recommends all students receiving federal aid to speak with the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from any classes. Students who abandon classes without officially withdrawing are subject to failing grades and related course charges. Students receive a grade of a “W” when they officially withdraw from a class.
Students may withdraw from all their classes through the last published date to withdraw. Students will need to contact the Admissions Office to complete the Withdrawal Form. NWCCD recommends all students receiving federal aid to speak with the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from any classes. Students who abandon classes without officially withdrawing are subject to failing grades and related course charges. Students receive a grade of a “W” when they officially withdraw from a class.
Some courses require math, English, or reading placement tests. Other courses may require that you complete another course first. Prerequisites are listed in the classes schedule but more information about prerequisite courses is in the college catalog. If a student has completed the necessary prerequisites at another institution, an official transcript must be received two weeks prior to the start of the semester.
A minimum of 12 credit hours is required to be considered a full-time student.
A tuition overload charge will be assessed for all hours in excess of 18 credit hours, in accordance with the student’s residency classification. Overload charges are refundable based on our tuition refund policy