Advising hours for Summer and Fall Registration:
- Mondays*-Thursdays 9-4
- *Mondays in August 9-6
- August 16 9-2 Saturday
Meriden Welcome Center:
- May 20-August 1 Monday-Thursday 9 – 4:30
- August 4-22 Mondays 9-6, Tues.-Thurs. 9-4:30, Friday 9-3
- August 25-29 Monday-Thursday 9-6, Fridays: 9-4:30
- May 19, June 9, June 23, July 14, July 21 9-6
- Saturday, August 9 9-2
Fall 2014 Classes Begin on August 27, 2014
Daily, Walk-in Advising Sessions
New students can walk in daily to one of our advising sites and start, continue, or complete the process of registering for spring 2014 classes starting May 5. Priority advising and early online registration for returning students is April 7-August 26, 2014.
Please Note: Advising for new students is mandatory, but appointments are no longer required so you are welcome to choose any of the times or locations listed above to meet with an advisor.
New Student Orientation
ALL new, transfer and readmit students are expected to attend a New Student Orientation session. Click here to find out more.
Fall & Summer Enrollment Guide & Course Listing
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT MIDDLESEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE’S WALK-IN ADVISING SESSION.
WHO CAN ATTEND THE DAILY WALK-IN SESSIONS?
Walk-in Advising Sessions are open to all students (new, continuing, and readmit).
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF REGISTERING FOR COURSES EARLY?
For many students, registering early removes a huge stress associated with transitioning to college and to a new experience. Getting to know the curriculum earlier will set you on the path to success during your entire time here. Faculty and advisors, who are truly engaged and want to get to know your interests, will help you with your academic pursuits.
WHAT IF I WANT TO CHANGE MY SCHEDULE AFTER REGISTERING?
Don’t worry about being locked into your schedule. You will have an opportunity to make changes up until courses are filled.
WHAT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE DURING THE WALK-IN SESSION?
Just about everything! Any student – new or continuing – can walk in to one of our daily registration sites and complete or start the admissions process, financial aid process, or take the final step and register for fall classes. Specifically, they can:
• Apply to the college
• Take the basic skills assessment (required for new students)
• Start or check their financial aid process
• Receive personalized advising
• Register for classes (once the paperwork and assessments are finalized)
I’M A CONTINUING STUDENT. DO I HAVE TO REGISTER IN PERSON?
Continuing students can register anytime online or, if they prefer, during the daily, walk-in sessions.