Registrar’s Office

Fall Registration Update

If you have a balance over $500 at any of the Connecticut community colleges, you will not be able to register for Fall 2023 at your home campus or any other CT State campus.  Please contact your local Bursar’s/Cashier’s office or the Financial Aid office for assistance as soon as possible.

The Registrar’s office is located in Student Services Center L157. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. You can reach us by phone at 860-512-3220 or fax at 860-512-3221, or click on the following to contact a Registrar’s staff member to answer your registration questions or you can email the general office inbox

If you have already applied to the college, met with an advisor and you know what you need to take,  you can log onto myCTState  to register for Fall 2023.

If you are interested in registering for Summer 2023, you can log on to myCommNet.

Please see the  Academic Calendar  for important dates.

Academic Engagement Policy

CSCU’s Policy on Grading, Notations, and Academic Engagement requires colleges to formally drop students who do NOT begin participation in each class by a certain date each term. You must begin to actively engage in your classes, or you will be dropped.

Faculty will take note of students that have not met the requirements for academic engagement. The Registrar’s office will drop students from courses in which they have not clearly demonstrated academic engagement as previously defined.

Academic engagement has a direct impact on both financial Aid and veterans’ benefits, as well as registering for future terms.  Therefore, if you receive either of these funding sources it is imperative you are academically engaged in ALL your courses.

Students who are determined to have not academically engaged in a period of enrollment leading up to census shall be assigned a registration status of “Never Participated (NP)” for each affected course. Students with the NP designation will be dropped from the course(s) they have not participated in and will be assessed a Late Drop Fee of $50 for each affected course as outlined in BOR policy 3.7.

Questions about this policy may be directed to your instructor, the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Office, or to the Registrar’s Office.  You may also view this quick video to understand academic engagement  or review the policy document.

The following does not count as academic engagement or active participation:

  • Logging into an online class without active participation; or
  • Participating in academic counseling or advising. (email)

Meet with an Advisor

Your GP Advisor regularly reaches out to you through your  student email with direct links to book an appointment on campus or virtually. To access your email account, login to myCommNet and look for “View/Access College Email.” If you cannot find any emails from your advisor, go to Degree Works by logging in to myCommNet and selecting “Access Degree Works.” Your Guided Pathways Advisor will be listed at the top of the page. You can find all contact information in the Employee Directory. If you cannot locate your advisor, contact the Guided Pathways Advising office at or 860-512-3320.

New Students

You should have received an email from the Admissions office with your placement.  Please view the New Student Orientation page for more information.

Registering for Classes

There are four academic registration periods: Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.
Fall and Spring: General fund courses run for 16 weeks in a semester format. Credit extension courses run for eight weeks in two blocks: Session I during the first eight weeks of the semester and Session II runs the second eight weeks of the semester. There is also a 12-week accelerated session offered during both the fall and spring.

Winter: Accelerated credit extension courses run for three weeks in between the fall and spring semesters.

Summer: Accelerated credit extension courses run for six and eight weeks with start dates in May, June and July.

Registration times vary depending on the student and the semester. For a detailed schedule, please refer to the academic calendar.

New students can register for classes once they have attended New Student Orientation. Transfer students are not required to meet with an advisor for program and/or course selection but may schedule a meeting by calling Guided Pathways Advising at 860-512-3320. Students interested in transferring credits to MCC should have their prior college transcript evaluated in the Admissions office before meeting with an advisor. Please bring the preliminary evaluation with you to your advising meeting.

Students who are not pursuing a degree or certificate at MCC, plan to register for 11 credits or fewer, have an assessment test exemption, and/or meet all the requirements for testing and immunizations can register online or in person.


Add/drop can be done online through myCommNet, normally through the first week of classes for the full semester course.  For accelerated classes that meet less than the full 15 week semester, add/drop ends before the classes begin. You can read more about the withdrawal policy on the withdrawal/refund page.


Information for requesting college transcripts can be found on the Transcript Request page.

How to Register Online

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using your NetID   and password
  3. Click on “Banner Student & Faculty Self-Service”
  4. Click on “Registration/Schedule”
  5. Click on “Class Registration”
  6. Follow instructions for “Register for Classes” or “Drop Classes” (View video for step-by-step instructions)
  7. Click on “View Schedule” at bottom of page to confirm registration
  8. Follow prompts to initiate payment
  9. Log off

How to View Grades

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using your NetID   and password
  3. Click on “Banner Student & Faculty Self-Service”
  4.  Click on “Student Records”
  5.  Click on “Grades/Registration History” or “View Unofficial Transcripts”
  6.  Log off

How to Print Your Class Schedule

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using your NetID and password
  3. Go to “Banner Student & Faculty Self-Service”
  4. Click on “Registration/Schedule”
  5. Click on “Student Schedule”
  6. View/Print your schedule using your web browser’s print function
  7. Log off

Instructional Methods

In response to COVID-19, the Connecticut State Community Colleges have added a number of different ways that classes may be taught, both on-ground and online. You can learn more about these methods on the Safe Learning Options page.

Student Email

Student email accounts are issued to all new credit students. The student email address is the only email by which the college and your instructors will communicate with you. Visit the “Student Email” channel located within the “Student” tab on myCommNet for more information.

Apply for Graduation

The deadline dates for applying for graduation are:

  • For May graduation, the deadline date is March 15.
  • For August graduation, the deadline date is July 15.
  • For December graduation, the deadline date is October 15.

Students who are eligible for graduation should complete an application; however, if you have questions regarding your courses or program, you should see an advisor, and for any questions regarding the application process, please email Degree Auditor Eugenia Weaver.

Graduation applications are available online. For more information, visit the Path to Graduation webpage, which provides answers to frequently asked questions and resources for all students as you prepare for graduation and a successful transition after college.

For information on how to apply and register, visit the Getting Started page or view the course schedule. For important dates and key deadlines, please refer to the academic calendar.

myCommNet is an online resource for students looking to review some of their current confidential information (e.g. current class schedule, grades, academic history, account balance). Returning students are able to register online at myCommNet, so it is beneficial for students to familiarize themselves with this site.