Do You Need Help Searching or Registering for Courses on MyCommNet?
We’re here to help. Choose one of the options below to get started.
- How to do a course search
- How to register for courses (continuing students only)
- Important information about payment and fees
*All below links will open in new windows so that you still have this page to reference.
Anyone can do a course search on MyCommNet. However, only Continuing Students can sign up for courses online.
|1. Go to http://my.commnet.edu/|
|2. On the right hand column, under “Other Public Resources”, click on “Search for Courses” (Click on photo to the right to enlarge the image)|
|3. Choose your criteria from the next page. Find the term you would like, and choose Middlesex CC under college. For more information about what each of the options on the page mean, see the section below titled Key. (Click on photo to the right to enlarge picture)|
|4. On the next page you will see available courses based on your options. See the keybelow to find out what everything means. Click on the CRNs to find out more about the class or textbook info to find out what textbooks you need. (Click on photo to the right to enlarge in a new window)|
|5. Refer to the course descriptions here to learn about the course.|
|6. Write down the CRNs, name of the course, and dates and times of the courses to bring in when you come register for courses. Upcoming registration dates can be found here. Please read the information about payment and fees section below prior registering for classes.|
Continuing students only can register for courses using myCommNet. Here are instructions for how to do that.
You will want to have your CRNs ready to enter so it advisable to follow the directions for how to do a course search (above) first. Also, please read the information about payment and fees section below prior to registering for classes.
|1. Visit my.commnet.edu|
|2. Enter your banner ID and password in the myCommNet Login box on the left hand corner of the screen. Your banner ID is an 8 digit code followed by @student.commnet.edu. Example: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have forgotten your ID or password, follow the link underneath the login to recover the information.|
|3. Click on the “Banner Self Service” tab in the upper right hand corner of the page. (Click on picture on right to enlarge in new window)|
|4. Choose Middlesex.|
|5. Click the Registration and Payment tab.6. Choose the term you’re selecting courses for.|
|7. Add in the CRNs|
|8. Hit the Submit Changes button.|
|9. Enter your credit card information. If you have received financial aid, you are all set. If you have questions, contact the registrar’s office at 860-343-5724.|
Please review the following information before registering for classes.
Online Course Tuition & College Services Fee
Tuition and fees are subject to change by the Board of Regents for Higher Education without prior notice and are non-refundable.
Payment: Cash, VISA, Mastercard and/or Discover, check, or money order made payable to MxCC.
These charges are no longer automatically based on the in-state rate. Instead, fees are based on student residency.
Business Office: Contact the Business Office for payment terms available. 860-343-5729.
(All tuition and fees are subject to change.)
Payment of Tuition and Fees
Registering prior to August 17, 2012 the minimum payment required at registration is the applicable College Service Fee, Student Activity Fee and mandatory usage fees. The balance of the applicable full tuition is then due August 17, 2012.
Registering after August 17, 2012, the entire amount of tuition and fees is due at the time of registration.
In lieu of full payment at time of registration, acceptable arrangements include:
1. authorization of Financial Aid by the Financial Aid Office;
2. an initial payment for the Installment Payment Plan (three payments on August 17, September 17, October 17, 2012 ); or
3. the applicable Tuition Fee Waiver Form (renewed each semester) presented to the cashiers.
Cash, check, VISA, Discover, and MasterCard are accepted forms of payment. An installment “Payment Plan” may be arranged with the Business Office, Founders Hall, for a fee of $25. This Payment Plan must be initiated in-person by the student.
Books and supplies are additional costs that must be paid at the time of purchase.
Financial Obligation Policy
Once fees are paid, you are officially registered and you are responsible for the remainder of the charges.*
*1 For an in-writing withdrawal request received on the first day of classes and through the fourteenth calendar day of that semester, you are held responsible for 50% of the total tuition charges.
*2 For a reduction in load which occurs on the first day of classes and through the fourteenth calendar day of that semester, you are held responsible for 50% of the difference of the tuition applicable to the original and revised course schedules.
*3 Beyond the fourteenth calendar day after the first day of classes, the full amount of tuition is due regardless of your enrollment or attendance status.
- Days Legend: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday.
- Sts (Status) Legend: A = Active, C = Cancelled, H = Hold, P = Pending Cancellation, R = Rescheduled, CL = Closed
- CLIN = Clinical: Some programs at MxCC require students to participate in clinical activities at a hospital or similar location. One such program is our Radiologic Technology program. A clinical education program typically gives the student an opportunity to integrate acquired classroom knowledge with clinical practice, develop skills that can be acquired only in the clinical setting and, by fostering a supportive environment for the student, implement effective communication and professional behaviors with patients and health care providers.
- COOP= Cooperative Learning: Primarily used in Business Division programs, classes labeled COOP provide students with an opportunity to earn college credit in a career which correlates with their business program of study. Permission of the Cooperative Work Experience Coordinator is required for registration.
- HYBR = Online and Classroom: HYBR stands for HYBRID. A HYBRID course is one that requires a student to engage in online learning for approximately ½ of the class and a traditional classroom setting for the other ½ of the time. In most cases, students attend the on-ground portion of the class one time each week and complete the remainder of their weekly work online. A knowledge of Blackboard Learn, our online classroom management system, is necessary for success in a HYBRID course.
- INDE = Independent Study (not used at MxCC)
- INTN = Internship: Nearly all occupational programs have some kind of internship, practicum, or student teaching requirement which allows students to acquire practical experience in their chosen field while being closely supervised by an on-site supervisor.
- OLCR = Online with Campus Requirement: This designation refers to online classes that may require students to attend on-ground on occasion. This may be to take an exam, participate in a group discussion, etc. A knowledge of Blackboard Learn, our online classroom management system, is necessary for success in an OLCR course.
- ONLN = Fully Online: This designation refers to a fully online course. There is no expectation of any on-ground classroom requirement. A knowledge of Blackboard Learn, our online classroom management system, is necessary for success in an online (ONLN) course.
- TRAD = Classroom: TRAD refers to the traditional classroom setting that most of us are familiar with. Students are expected to attend class during all scheduled class periods and the instructor is on site.
- CRN= Course Number: A unique four-digit number assigned to a course. It is different for each section.
- Subj= Subject: The part of the course title that tells you which subject of study the course is. For example, BIO* stands for Biology, ACC* stands for Accounting.
- Crse= Course: the part of the course title that tells uniquely identifies a course within a subject. The F at the beginning of this number is mycommnet’s way of designating that a course will be offered by MxCC. Other colleges have different letters in front of the number to distinguish the schools.
- Textbook (textbook info)= if you click on these links they will give you information about what textbook(s) you need for a course.
- Cred= Credits: how many credits is a course worth. Most courses are 3 credits, some are 4, and a few are 1 or 2. Most associate’s degrees at MxCC need at least 60 credits for completion and you must follow the path lined out in you program of study.
- Title= The title of the course.
- Inst. Method= Instructional Method: this tells you what kind of course this is, ie. Traditional, online, hybrid, etc. See individual defintions above.
- Cap= The number of seats available in a class.
- Act= Number of seats that have filled in a class.
- Rem= Remaining: Number of seats remaining in a class.
- Instructor= Name of the instructor teaching the class.
- Date= Dates that the course will run, start through end date.
- Location= Location of course. The F at the beginning of this number is mycommnet’s way of designating that a course will be offered by MxCC. Other colleges have different letters in front of the number to distinguish the schools. Then there are different shortenings of building names and the room number within the building where the course will be held.
- FWHEAT= Wheaton Halll, Main Campus
- FSNOW= Snow Hall, Main Campus
- FCHAP= Chapman Hall
- FMERID= Meriden Center
- F_OL= Fully online
- Sec= Section: any section numbered 01 – 20 is a Middletown or online course and any section numbered 50 – 59 is a Meriden course.