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SUMMER 2014 Term Classification
SUMMER 2014 Registration Dates
EOPS, DSPS, TRIO, VETERAN, & FOSTER YOUTH STUDENT

March 17, 2014 using PAWS online registration

STUDENT ATHLETE

March 18, 2014 using PAWS online registration

March 19 – 26, 2014 using PAWS online registration

March 27, 2014 using PAWS online registration

June 9, 2014 using PAWS online registration
*Provided that your approved Concurrent Enrollment Petition is on file in the Admissions Office by June 6, 2014 at 1pm.
Otherwise, In-Person registration may still be completed. All registration for this group is processed on a first-come; first-serve basis.

NOTE: K -8 students MUST register using In-Person registration at Main Campus, Alisal Campus, or the King City Education Center.
AVOID THE LONG LINES!!
Concurrent Students enrolled in 9 -12 grades may register using PAWS online registration June 9 – 12, 2014.

 

 

 

 

K-12 Concurrent Enrollment students will have all enrollment fees waived.

 




STEP 1:

Apply

Complete and submit Application for Admission.
Apply on-line at www.hartnell.edu/admissions/jump.html or download the PDF Application and submit to the Admissions and Records Office by mail, fax or in person. If applicable, complete the California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request.

Recommended to also apply for Financial Aid. Apply on-line at www.fasfa.ed.gov or complete the Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver and submit to the Financial Aid Office.

STEP 2 & 3:

Assessment and Orientation

 

Make an appointment AND complete the STAAR* Assessment. Call (831) 759-6054 for an appointment at least two weeks before registering. Assessment is mandatory if enrolling in 6.0 or more units or any English (including ESL) or Math course. If you have already earned a U.S. college degree or completed an assessment at another institution, you may be exempted from the test, please contact a counselor at (831) 755-6820.

The assessment test is very important in determining your course sequences.  Be sure to prepare for the assessment test.  Student guides and sample questions are available at:       Study Guide or  Additional Study Guide

There are 2 ways to complete the orientation requirement: Complete the on-line Orientation at www.hartnell.edu/orientation/ or attend an orientation session with one of our academic counselors. Please contact the Counseling Department at (831) 755-6820 to schedule an appointment.

STEP 4:

Develop an Educational Plan with a Counselor

 

All students should schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor to discuss academic goals and develop an Educational Plan. Call (831) 755-6820 to schedule an appointment. The counselor can also assist with checking for prerequisites for all your classes. Remember to bring copies of transcripts from high school and/or previous colleges attended.Submit official transcripts from high school and/or colleges attended to Admissions & Records at least two weeks before registering.

(In addition to completing the Assessment and Orientation, an educational plan must be complete in order to be given an early priority registration date for SUMMER 2014.)

STEP 5:

Register

Register online using P.A.W.S.

Be prepared to take full advantage of your priority registration date, classes fill quickly so register as early as possible.

STEP 6:

Pay Fees

Pay all registration fees by the payment deadline date to avoid being dropped from your classes. Students can pay their fees by using our online system PAWS at www.hartnell.edu. Students who wish to pay using cash may pay their fees at any of our three center/campus locations.

STEP 7:

Hartnell College CatCard

Visit the Associated Students of Hartnell College Office to obtain or update your CatCard. Present your receipt of payment to the ASHC Office Building C-104.

STEP 8:

Stay on Track

Follow up with your counselor and/or check your eligibility for Special Student Services Programs.
Make a follow-up appointment with a counselor by calling (831) 755-6820 early in the semester to check on your current progress and/or update your educational plan for future semesters.