Instructions

A. Review Required Core Courses:

1. FYS110 First Year Seminar (all students take this)
2. ENG108 Fundamentals of College Writing (refer to placement)*
       or ENG110 English Composition (refer to placement)*
       or ENG120 Advanced  English Composition (refer to placement)*
       or ENG101 English for ESL Students (International freshmen refer to placement)*
3. MTH105 Fundamentals of Mathematics (refer to placement)**
        or MTH110 Quantitative Literacy (refer to placement)**                                                    

*Students with AP English or English Composition dual enrollment credit should register for ENG110 and take the English placement assessment during Orientation.  International freshmen who speak English as a second language should register for ENG101 and take the Michigan Test of English Proficiency during Orientation.

**If Math placement is MTH105, it must be taken in the fall semester of the freshman year. All students must complete MTH110 or pass the placement assessment to satisfy this core requirement.

B. Prepare to Build Your Fall Semester Schedule:

1. View course requirements based on your anticipated major area of interest.
2. Print the required course list for your major area of interest for use at registration.
3. Proceed to Step C to register when online registration opens at 12:00 Noon (ET) on June 6, 2016.
4. Your schedule will be approved by an advisor during Freshman Orientation. In the meantime, seats are reserved when schedules are “successfully submitted” via Self-Service.

C. Registration Instructions:

Online registration for classes will open at 12:00 Noon (ET) on June 6, 2016.
Note: Never empty your cart completely or your account will be disabled! If that happens, contact the Registrar’s Office to have your account reactivated at: registrar@maryvillecollege.edu.

1. Login to Self-Service with User Name and Password received via MC email
2. Click on the “Register” tab, then the “Traditional Courses” link
3. Do “Section Search” for each course listed for your major area of interest
4. Click the “Add” button once the course is found
5. Continue adding courses
6. Once the schedule in your cart is complete, “Proceed to Registration”
7. Click “Next” until message appears “You have successfully submitted…”
8. Click on “View Schedule” to see if all courses were added successfully
9. If any course does not appear, that section is probably full
10. Select another section, add to cart, and resubmit

A. Review Core Requirements:

Transfer students should refer to the Transfer Credit Evaluation Form received from the Registrar's Office to determine which core requirements should be completed in the first semester based on course schedule availability.  Listed below are the required core (general education) areas of study:

 1. ORN120  Transfer Orientation (all students take this in their first semester) 
 2. ENG110/ENG120  English Composition I & II
 3. ENG150  Oral Rhetoric (Speech) offered in the spring semester only
 4. MTH110  Quantitative Literacy 
 5. STA120 Statistics or MTH125 Calculus I or CSC111 Intro Computer Science
 5. BIB130/140  Biblical Studies or a Philosophy course
 6. LIT270/290  English Literature
 7. WCV180/190  Western Civilization                                                    
 8. FNA140  Intro to Fine Arts
 9. SLS260  Social Science
10. SCI150/350 Natural Science - One life science and one physical science
11. Foreign Language  (two semesters of beginning-level language or placement) 
12. WRC370  World Cultures                                                                                    

B. Prepare to Build Your Spring Semester Schedule:

        1. View Major Course Requirements based on your anticipated Program of Study.
        2. Print the required course list for your major area of interest for use at registration.
        3. Use your Transfer Credit Evaluation for selection of core courses as needed.
        4. Proceed to Step C to register when online registration opens at 12:00 noon (ET) on June 6, 2016.
        5. Your schedule will be approved by an advisor during Summer Transfer Advising Day or at Transfer Orientation
            in the Fall.  In the meantime, seats are reserved when courses are “successfully  submitted."

C. Registration Instructions:

Online registration will open at 12:00 Noon (ET) on June 6, 2016.  Note: Never empty your cart completely or your account will be disabled! If that happens, contact the Registrar’s Office to have your account reactivated at: registrar@maryvillecollege.edu.

1. Login to Self-Service with User Name and Password received via MC email
2. Click on the “Register” tab, then the “Traditional Courses” link
3. Do “Section Search” for each course listed for your major area of interest
4. Click the “Add” button once the course is found
5. Continue adding courses
6. Once the schedule in your cart is complete, “Proceed to Registration”
7. Click “Next” until message appears “You have successfully submitted…”
8. Click on “View Schedule” to see if all courses were added successfully
9. If any course does not appear, that section is probably full
10. Select another section, add to cart, and resubmit

D. Register for Transfer Advising Day

        Register now and plan to attend Transfer Advising Day on (TBA), to meet with an
        advisor who will review and approve your class schedule.  You will also receive your MC student ID
        card and participate in other important activities on that day.

Individual registration times will be e-mailed to students’ Gmail accounts prior to the week that registration begins. Registration times only indicate when the window for registration opens; windows remain open throughout the registration period.

Advising is required of all degree-seeking students prior to registration. Schedules submitted online will be approved by individual advisors before they become final.

Log on to Self-Service.