Skip to main content

Returning Century College Students:

Fall Semester is approaching fast. Be sure you are prepared to make a smooth start to the semester. Review the information below and let us know if you have any questions. We are here to help!

  • students

    View and accept financial aid, or start thinking about payment arrangements

    If you completed your free application for federal student aid (FAFSA), you can see your 2018-19 financial aid award in eServices. You must accept your aid package, which includes grants, work study funds, etc, to receive your financial aid in the fall. If you haven't started the FAFSA, follow these instructions!

    If you are not planning on using loans, start thinking about how you want to pay for classes. Sign up for a payment plan, learn about paying in full, and other options through the Business Office.


  • Credit for prior learning advising at Century College

    Register for classes

    Search and register for fall classes. Or, if you aren't sure what to take quite yet, you can add classes to your Wish List and come back later to decide which ones you want to take! Learn more about fall registration, including information on wait lists, add/drop/withdraw, and more.

    And while you're in eServices, check out your DARS report. DARS is a degree planning tool that can help ensure that you're meeting degree requirements and on track to graduate.

  • Student studying

    Review the College Calendar for important dates

    The College Calendar displays which days campus is closed and other important information. Use the calendar icon to the right of the dates to save to your own calendar!

    Pick up your textbooks

    Stop by the Bookstore to buy your textbooks. Remember to bring your student ID and class schedule. If you plan to use the financial aid deferment process (aka bookstore voucher program), make sure you've completed the process before picking up your books!


  • student image

    Log in to your Century email

    Be sure to check your Century email regularly. Email is the official form of communication at Century College; it helps you stay on top of your classes and stay in contact with your instructors.

    Visit the Information Technology Services webpages to view helpful videos and other resources related to technology at Century College. Your D2L courses should be accessible the weekend before the start of the semester. 

Let us know!

These suggestions were compiled based on the highest ranking searches done on the website leading up to semester starts. Think we missed something? Let us know!

Questions? Attend a campus walk-in session:

Check back soon!