Readmit Students If you’ve attended FCC before, but not since the Fall 2020 semester, complete the admissions application and select “Readmit” under Classification You may have to submit proof of residency You will follow the requirements of the current catalog year Current and Transfer Students 1) Meet with an advisor to talk about your course selection and to discuss your academic and career goals. • Students are assigned an advisor based on their academic major Students should be sure to schedule their advising appointment with their assigned advisor Use the Career and Academic Planning Services (CAPS) webpage to find your assigned advisor and to schedule an advising appointment • Students who are advised by Veteran and Military Services (301 624 2836), Office of Student Success Programs (301 846 2483), or Disability Access Services (301 846 2408) should make an appointment with their advisor • Students on academic alert or academic probation must meet with an advisor from Career and Academic Planning Services, Office of Student Success Programs, Veteran and Military Services, or Disability Access Services prior to registering for classes • Students returning to FCC from academic suspension must schedule an appointment with their assigned advisor prior to registering for classes Students returning from academic dismissal must meet with the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Call 301 846 2469 to schedule an appointment Prior to meeting with your advisor, access your Degree Plan. See Student Services Available Online (page 5) Courses still needed are indicated as “Requirement Not Satisfied” Developmental English and mathematics requirements will not appear, but, if needed, you should include them in your schedule and plan to take them first 2) Register for Classes On the web or in person • Web registration Go to http://myFCC frederick edu Click on PeopleSoft/Student Information System in the blue navigation bar, then follow the online instructions • You may also register using a registration form, which can be found here: https://app.perfectforms.com/PresentationServer/Form.aspx/ Play/0TlGAgoG?f=0TlGAgoG OR • Register in person Bring your registration form to Registration & Records • If you’re on academic alert or probation, you must have your enrollment approved by your academic advisor before you register • If you plan to take more than 18 credits during the semester, you will need your advisor’s signature 3) Review your schedule ** When signing up for a mixture of structured remote, hybrid remote, and face to face classes, please be sure to leave sufficient time between classes to move between campus and an appropriate workspace for your structured remote session. • Check classroom locations (Some courses are held off site) • Check course start and end dates (Some courses do not begin at the start of the semester) • Check to see if you have registered for a linked class If so, make sure you are registered for both components • Print your schedule to be sure you have completed the process correctly • If you have registered for an online class, see page 23 for more information about online classes at FCC Students may not attend a class if they have not registered for that class and made payment arrangements. Dual Enrollment of High School Aged Students High school students are subject to the same assessment and placement policies and procedures as other students Students must adhere to FCPS guidelines and complete appropriate paperwork High school students earn transcripted college credit upon successful course completion In some cases, students may earn both high school and college credit for a college course that meets the curriculum requirements of the approved high school course Frederick County High School Students Discounts for Frederick County High School students will be automatically adjusted weekly. High school students are eligible for the discount only during fall and spring semesters. Early College FCPS high school students may apply for acceptance into the Early College program Early College students have the opportunity to complete their high school diploma and earn an Associate degree simultaneously Additional information and program requirements are located at frederick edu/de Open Campus - Courses held on FCC campus Students sixteen years of age or older may enroll in college courses while concurrently enrolled in high school FCPS students pay 75% of tuition plus fees Tuition is waived for FCPS students who are eligible for free and reduced meals High school students are eligible for the discount only during fall and spring semesters. See page 2 for applicable payment due dates. High School Based - Courses attended at FCPS High School The College, in partnership with FCPS, provides students the opportunity to enroll in college courses that are taught at their high school FCPS students pay 43% of tuition, and tuition is waived for FCPS students who are eligible for free and reduced meals Students must contact their high school guidance office for further information and to enroll Homeschool/Private School Students Homeschool and private school students are subject to the same assessment and placement policies and procedures as other students FCC offers a reduced tuition rate for homeschool and private school students in Frederick County Students pay 75% of tuition plus fees Proof will be required For questions, call 301 846 2456 4 Frederick Community College • Fall 2022 Credit Schedule • frederick edu • 301 846 2400 The College continues to closely monitor and carefully assess the impact COVID-19 has on our operations and instruction Modifications to the traditional College procedures, as outlined in the following sections, may be necessary Please refer to the Directory on page 14 for contact information and frederick.edu/Covid-19 for updates