Registration Information for Continuing Students
New, readmit, and transfer students should follow the directions here to apply and register for classes.
Continuing Students must see an advisor for course selection and to obtain registration materials. Fill out the Registration Form with your advisor’s and your signatures (both are required!).
Note: Financial Aid applicants who have submitted all proper documents should first contact the Financial Aid Office, (Founders Hall, Rm. 132, (860) 343-5741) before proceeding with their registration.
Note: Your proper Measles, Mumps & Rubella Immunization documentation must be on file in the Records Office(Founders Hall, Room 153, (860) 343-5724).
1. In Person
Take your registration to the Records Office (Rm. 153) to be processed. Make payment in the Business Office (Rm. 113).
Registration for Spring 2016 & Winter Intersession is now open for all students.
Middletown Campus Registration Hours
When spring and fall semester classes are in session:
Monday* – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.*
*Monday until 6 p.m. during Fall and Spring semester class periods and in January.
Meriden Center, Welcome Center
7:30am-3:00pm, Monday -Friday*
Please note that the Meriden Center will be closed November 27, 2015 and December 25, 2015-January 1, 2016
Super Saturday Registration Hours:
January 9th from 9:00am – 2:00 pm
Middletown Campus Only
Walk in daily to one of our advising sites and start, continue, or complete the process of registering for Fall classes. See locations and hours above.
Online registration is available for continuing students only. Additionally, in-person, mail or fax registration is available at the locations and times above.
Continuing students must see an academic advisor prior to registration. Priority Registration is November 2 – November 24 on the Main Campus and at the Meriden Center. Advisors are also available throughout the semester and you should contact them directly to set up an appointment.
Middletown Campus: There are appointment sign-up sheets for Priority Registration on your advisor’s door. THIS IS ONLY IN MIDDLETOWN: discuss career choices, schedule your Spring classes, and talk to your advisor about any other concerns you may have.
Meriden Center: Students can visit the Welcome Center or call 203-608-3019 to make an advising appointment. Please note that this summer, all admissions, advising, and registering of students will be done on the Middletown campus only. Registration services in Meriden will resume mid-August. Please check back here for more information.
2. Mail In
You may include check, money order, or credit card (Master Card, Discover & Visa only) providing your credit card number, expiration date and name as it appears on the credit card. Enclose in envelope and address to Records Office, Middlesex Community College, 100 Training Hill Road, Middletown, CT 06457.
You may fax your completed registration form with credit card number (Master Card, Discover & Visa only), expiration date and name as it appears on the credit card. Fax to Records Office at: 860-344-3055.
4. Via the Internet
Continuing Students may register early via the web: http://my.commnet.edu/. Please NOTE! If you have not been in attendance since Fall 2011, this option is NOT available.
Directions for Online Registration:
More information about myCommNet can be found here.
Difficulties registering for classes Online, Add/Drop, Continuing or Readmit Students?Call the Records Office at 860-343-5724 for assistance.
Before registering for classes, please see your advisor for course selections. Once your courses are selected, follow these steps:
- Go to my.commnet.edu
- Enter your Net ID and Password
- Click Student Tab
- Click on the Student Self-service channel
- Select Middlesex Community College
- Click on Student Services & Financial Aid
- Click on Registration & Payment
- Click on Add/Drop Classes
- Select Term (i.e. Spring 2012)
- Follow instructions for registration
- Make payment with Visa, MasterCard, or Discover only.
You will not be registered for your courses unless you have made payment. If you receive financial aid, please be sure the Financial Aid Office has all of your paperwork on file.
Continuing students should call the Records Office at 860-343-5724 or the Counseling Center 860-343-5826.
Readmit students should call the Counseling Center at 860-343-5826 or the Records Office at 860-343-5724.
What Kind of Student Am I?
The College admits new students on a rolling basis. New students are defined as those with no academic history at the College or those students that have completed only a summer or winter session course at the College. Both the Admissions Office in Middletown and the Welcome Center in Meriden work with all new students entering the College. The Admissions Office is located in Founders Hall, Room 153, and is open Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Welcome Center is located on the first floor of the Meriden Center and is open Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm with additional evening hours available throughout the year.
A continuing student is defined as any student who has attended any fall or spring semester since Fall 2013.
A readmit student is defined as any student whose last semester of attendance was prior to Fall 2013. Readmit students who are interested in returning to MxCC must submit an Readmit application form and follow the procedures for readmit students.
Transfer Students If you have never attended MxCC, but have attended another college or university please follow the admission procedures for New Students. If you are interested in receiving transfer credit for coursework completed at another accredited academic institution, you must submit an official copy of your college transcript/s to the Admissions Office.
Non-Degree Students Students who are interested in enrolling in individual courses, but are not interested in pursuing a degree or certificate program, may elect to enroll as a non-degree student. Non-degree students must complete an application form and pay the $20.00 application fee. Non-degree students may be required to take the Basic Skills Assessment in English or math and/or provide proof that prerequisites for specific courses have been met. For additional information please contact the Office of Admissions at 860-343-5719.