Part 1: Advising and Registration Session
You will be given a short overview of the college which will cover essential Century
information and have the opportunity to meet with an advisor for help with course selection.
Staff, faculty and current students will be on hand to help guide you through the registration
It is important that you have completed the Accuplacer assessment test (if needed) before attending an Advising and Registration Session.
Please bring the following materials with you for check-in purposes:
- Your Century College student I.D. number
- Assessment test scores or a copy of your ACT scores
- A photo I.D.
Arrive on time for your session and bring all of the required materials.
Individuals who arrive more than ten minutes late or are missing the required
orientation materials will not be admitted and will have to sign up for a new session.
Due to room capacity limitations, family members and friends are not allowed to sit with students during
the advising and registration session. However, interested parents and family members
are encouraged to attend Welcome Day. A session will be offered to help you learn important policies,
dates and information that will help your student be successful their first semester at Century.
Part 2: Welcome Day
Welcome Day, which takes place after you attend an Advising and Registration
Session, is the best opportunity to learn what it's really like to be a student at Century
College! We'll have faculty, staff, and students on-hand to answer all your questions
and help familiarize you with the campus and its resources.
You will have the opportunity to:
- listen to a guest speaker
- attend a variety of workshops that correspond with your interests
- take a tour of the campus
- receive assistance with email account and Desire 2 Learn (D2L) activation
- browse a resource fair that will help you become familiar with programs,
services, and student life activities offered on campus.
By the time you leave Welcome Day, you will feel prepared and ready to start your first
semester at Century. Family and friends are invited and encouraged to attend Welcome Day.
Please allow 3 hours to complete the Welcome Day events, and bring a photo I.D for check-in purposes.
In addition to attending an orientation session, all international students are required
to attend an information session where you will meet your International Student Advisor.
Please refer to your Century College acceptance letter for more details about this
Accommodations for a disability (e.g., wheelchair accessibility, interpreter,
Braille or large print materials) are available through our Access Center upon advance request.
Please contact the Access Center
at 651.779.3354 or TTY 651.773.1715 as soon as possible.
Visit GPS LifePlan to start thinking about course
selection and your major/career options before attending orientation.
Make a Reservation
To make an online reservation for an Advising and Registration Session as well as the
Welcome Day, click here.
You will need your Century student I.D. and PIN number, which can be found on your Century College acceptance letter.
Please note: Orientation reservations can be made beginning in April for the summer and
fall semesters and in November for the spring semester.
For more information about the orientation process or if you have a specific question,
- call the orientation helpline at 651.779.3404
- visit Ask Century to
search our database of frequently asked questions.