City College Registration & Orientation
Watch for your Registration & Orientation Guide in the mail!
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Step 1: COMPASS Placement Testing
All freshmen must take the COMPASS placement test prior to their Registration session. Results of this test are used to advise students into the most appropriate English, mathematics, and reading courses. This test is self-paced and you may bring a calculator. To prepare ahead of time for the COMPASS test, visit www.act.org/compass/sample/index.html.
To signup for a compass test, please call 247-3007 or 247-3019 to set up an individual compass test at the college of technology/city college campus. Tests are scheduled Monday - Friday with start times of 9:00am, 11:30am, and 1:30pm.
Step 2: Registration Session
To signup for a Registration/Orientation Session, please call 247-3007 or 247-3019. Staff from City College will be available to assist students in signing up for a Registration/Orientation session that best fits their needs.
Please note that many City College majors fill quickly and/or are competitive. Please check with the City College Student Services for availability.
City College ½ Day Registration Session
What happens on this day:
- Session is held at the City College campus
- Meet with an academic advisor
- Develop a personal plan of study
- Register for classes
- Get your University ID card (U-card)
- Sign up for your Orientation Session
City College 1/2-Day Registration Session Dates:
Friday, August 6th
Monday, August 9th
Students selecting this option are encouraged but not required to do an Orientation at City College campus.
City College Fall 2012 Orientations:
Freshman, Wednesday, August 22nd
Transfer, Friday, August 24th
Freshman, Tuesday, August 28th
· Transfer or Readmitted Student
Transfer & Readmitting Students
Schedule a time for your individual Registration Session by calling 406-247-3019.
Please note that all previous college transcripts must be submitted and evaluated before scheduling your registration session. During the registration time you will take any necessary placement tests, meet with an advisor to register for classes and check on your financial aid status. We will also have you sign up for and upcoming Orientation session.