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In-person, virtual and phone services available.
RACC Advisors are here for you: In-Person, Virtually or by Phone!
The Advising Center is your first stop for assistance with course registration and academic planning. Whether it is discussing different majors, selecting courses, or plans to transfer, the Advising Center staff can assist you.
The Advising Center is here to help with:
- Reviewing program requirements and planning what courses you need to take
- Registering for courses
- Changing your schedule – dropping or adding a course
- Academic Concerns
- Change of major
First Semester Registration
New degree seeking students will need to meet with a professional staff member in the Advising Center to review your program requirements, and schedule your first semester classes. In preparation for the first advising session, it is recommended that students set up their MyRACC account and access RACC email and Self Service accounts.
Current Student Registration
Faculty and Staff Guidance
Students that are currently enrolled in courses with a declared academic program are assigned to a faculty academic advisor. Your advisor contact information can be found in your Self-Service account. Select the "My Advisor" box for more details and advisor contact information.
In addition to your faculty advisor, Connection Coaches and Success Navigators, located in the Advising Center in B209 are available to provide assistance with registration and academic concerns.
You are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor before registering for each semester, changing your current schedule (including dropping or withdrawing from classes), or changing your major.
Log into your Self Service account and follow these three easy steps to register:
Step 1: Access your Program Check Sheet. Download and print the curriculum guide for your program. This is your roadmap to your degree and on-time graduation
Step 2: Review your Advising Summary. Your Advising Summary will tell you what courses you have completed and what courses you still need to take.
Step 3: Register. Search for course offerings, select from open sections and register.
If you receive an error message or have difficulty registering, please contact the Advising Center.
You can also Plan and Register for courses through the 'Schedule and Course' option in Self Service.
Guides for Self-Service and Student Planning
Student Instructional guides to review program requirements, plan courses and schedules and register for classes.
- The Quick Start student guide to course planning and registration through Self-Service - PDF
- Course planning and registration guide for students - PDF
- Student planning frequently asked questions - PDF
If you have problems accessing the site or if you encounter any technical difficulties, please contact the IT Help Desk at email@example.com or stop by Berks Hall 411.