MyWITC Registration Information

MyWITC - Your Personal Student Portal is the place to begin your self service registration with WITC.


 

All new and continuing admitted program and pre-program students should register after signing into MyWITC. Keep in mind that classes fill quickly, so you should register as early as possible.

Register in 4 Easy Steps

  • Step 1: Find out when you can register

    • See below for enrollment dates. 
    • If you are an admitted program student, it's important that you enroll during the priority enrollment period to ensure you have the best course selection.
    • You will be notified by mail if your program requires an on-campus group registration event
      • To ensure you receive these communications, make sure your contact information is updated in MyWITC. 
    • Registration assistance is available from your campus Student Services Office during normal business hours. 
    • If you were admitted after these enrollment dates, you can enroll for your courses immediately after admission.
    • Spring 2021 (Term 1212)

      • November 12, 2020: Priority Registration begins for all new and continuing admitted program students. Service member priority registration date is November 11. 

      • December 3, 2020: Open enrollment for spring begins. Non-program students can search and register for courses through Find a Class. Service Member priority registration date is December 2. 

  • Step 2: Review what classes you need
    • Review your program's curriculum checklist to know your program's specific requirements. 
    • If you were admitted in a previous term, call or stop in the Student Services Office at the campus you wish to attend for the curriculum checklist appropriate to your term start date. 
    • To view what classes you have taken and what's required, download the How to Read your Academic Requirements Report
    • To find your curriculum checklist, access your program and select "Curriculum" from the left navigation, then choose your campus and download the Curriculum Checklist. 
    • Helpful hint: download the curriculum checklist based on the year of your first term of enrollment in your program. Pre-program students whose first term of enrollment was in spring should select the curriculum checklist for the next academic year. 
  • Step 3: Print your suggested course schedule
    • To assist you with registration, WITC provides a list of a recommended, non-conflicting course schedule that is specific to your program. 
    • Your specific schedule and course selection can and will vary based on any credit for prior learning, elective course selection, etc. 
    • To find program schedules, access your program and select "Curriculum" from the left navigation, then choose your campus and download the Suggested Course List. 
  • Step 4: Search and Register for Classes
    • Search for a Class
      • A full listing of WITC classes, including alternative delivery courses, are available through MyWITC.
      • To search for a class, login to MyWITC, click on "Student Center," which is located in the Self Service menu on the left side of the page and click "Search" under the Academic tab. 
      • How to Register for Classes (PDF)

 

WITC is proud to offer Service Members priority enrollment. For more information and instructions on how to sign up visit our priority enrollment page.

IMPORTANT: If you have registered for a class or classes, you have created a liability and a promise to pay. Students are responsible for officially dropping classes or withdrawing from WITC if they decide not to attend or stop attending WITC. WITC will drop students for non-payment of fees five business days prior to term start. Charges will be recalculated using the State mandated Fee Refund Policy and the remaining fees will be the student's responsibility. 

WITC's Tuition and Fee Payment Policy

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