Once registration opens, registering early will give you the best chance at availability in the classes you want.
Registration opened on November 5, 2018 and is ongoing until the beginning of any term.
Registration opened on November 5, 2018 for returning students only and is ongoing until the beginning of any term.
- Resolve any holds on your account that would prevent you from registering
- All full time, degree seeking students must meet with an academic advisor prior to registration for Fall/Spring semesters – your advisor will clear your advising flag at this meeting
- Click for advisement information
- If your Advisement flag is not cleared, you will not be able to register for Fall/Spring
- Advisor clearance is not required for Summer/Winterim registration
- Non-matriculated students do not need to meet with an academic advisor
New students to CCM – We are excited you chose us!
NEW STUDENT ADVISEMENT AND REGISTRATION (NSAR) – Once you have met the college’s admission requirements you will receive notification by email informing you of the steps to take for advisement and registration. This email will come from NSAR@ccm.edu and be sent to your “home” email (the one you put on your admission application). All new degree seeking students are required to attend an NSAR session. The NSAR provides you with an opportunity to meet with a faculty advisor to learn more about your chosen program of study as well as to select first semester courses.
We want our Guests/Visiting Students to be able to view our course offerings without logging in so we created this link for you:
Click here to view our Course Catalog on Titans Direct. (You will only need a log in when you intend to take courses)
Visiting students click here for important information – Visiting Students
Feel free to stop by the Records and Registration Office or contact us if you need more assistance. We would be happy to help and answer any questions you have.
Financial Aid Recipients – Financial Aid is only applicable toward course credits relevant to your current program of study (otherwise known as your “Major”).
Exception – Academic Advisor approved course substitution credits – Course Substitution Form (available in the Academic Departments) must be submitted to and processed by the Records and Registration Office.