Once You Receive Your Acceptance Email:
SUBMIT REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
Official copy of final high school transcript, diploma or GED. Homeschooled students should submit a Homeschool Completion Form after graduation. Submission of Immunization records is required BEFORE you will be allowed to register for classes.
• Apply for Financial Aid.
TAKE THE BASIC SKILLS ASSESSMENT
You need to schedule an appointment for the computerized Basic Skills Assessment (BSA), which is approximately two hours. Students exempt from taking the BSA . Learn more about the Basic Skills Assessment
BSA Scheduling: Danielson: 860-932-4002 Willimantic Center: 860-336-0903
Additional information on the BSA & sample tests
REGISTER FOR CLASSES
It is recommended that you meet with an advisor before you register for your courses for your first semester. (Be sure to bring unofficial transcripts for any pre-requisite waivers)
Or you can register online yourself.
New students should attend a brief New Student Workshop. The workshop will prepare you for your registration meeting and include an overview of basic information to support a successful first semester and a technology portion to familiarize you with our online resources. Schedule an appointment now.
Willimantic center: Advisors are available on a walk-in basis or by calling
860-336-0900 to make an appointment.
If you have a disability of any type and wish to self-disclose, please contact Chris Scarborough at 860-932-4145, or John Lepore (Willimantic) at 860-336-0912 to request a Self-Disclosure form. This form is necessary for all learners who request accommodations.
• Pay tuition and fees for your course(s) or make payment arrangements.
You must pay at least the "fee" portion of the total cost at the time of registration, or be approved for financial aid.
If you register on or after the date when tuition is due in full and have not been approved for financial aid, you must make payment in full or pay fees, sign up for the payment plan and be able to pay the first installment.
• Purchase your textbooks and materials.
• Attend New Student Orientation
• Start Classes, study hard, and have fun!