Follow these steps to register for Spring classes:
Step One: View your degree audit in Student Planning to determine which classes you need. You can access Student Planning by logging into Ocean Connect and clicking the Student Planning tab.
Create a course plan in Student Planning by adding courses and course sections to your Spring plan.
Step Two: Contact your advisor to set up a time for advising and review your course plan with your advisor. (e-Learning students, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information and to make an appointment for advising.)
Need help finding your assigned advisor? You can locate your assigned advisor by logging into Ocean Connect and viewing your Academic Profile in Web Advisor. The Advising Office can also help! Stop by the Advising Office 8-8 Monday-Thursday and 8-5 Friday, or give us a call at 732 255-0300.
Step Three: Register and pay for your classes. Registration opens November 15 for all current students.
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