Central Texas College will conduct online registration for spring semester classroom courses through Jan. 10. During this time, returning students and new students who completed the admissions/academic advisement process can register online using the CTC WebAdvisor system. Spring semester classes begin Jan. 13.

To register online, students should log on to www.ctcd.edu, click the “Students” link and then click the “WebAdvisor” link. Class schedules are also available at the same web address.

Before registering for classes, new students or returning students looking to change their degree plan must complete the academic advisement process at the Guidance and Counseling office in Student Services (Bldg. 119). Scheduled advisement dates are Jan. 6-7.

Scheduled walk-in registration is Jan. 6-7 in Building 119. Students must follow the walk-in registration schedule, which is based on the student’s last four Social Security digits.

Students who miss their allotted walk-in registration must wait for the open dates, Jan. 8-10, to register.

Distance learning students registering for online courses that begin in January can register through Jan. 9. Registration for online classes starting in February continues through Feb. 6, and March online class registration ends March 13.

The CTC Fort Hood campus is offering a four-week mini-term Dec. 26 through Jan. 24. Nine face-to-face courses will be offered during the mini-term. Registration is underway, and the schedule of offered classes is available online at ctcd.edu.

Contact M. Clare Haefner at chaefner@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7551.

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