Fall Semester

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Advising & Scheduling
June 11 – June 14, 2012

Schedule of Classes – Fall Semester 2012
Fall 2012 Scheduling for Currently Enrolled Students: Mon – Thu, June 11 – 14 New Student Scheduling for Fall 2012, 2:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.: Wed, June 20; Tue, July 10; Wed, July 25 August 13 – 14
August 15 – 16
August 17
August 20
August 20 – 22
August 29
September 3
September 4
September 25
September 26
October 2
October 8 – 9

Monday – Tuesday
Wednesday – Thursday
Monday – Wednesday
Monday – Tuesday

October 10


October 18
November 12
November 13
November 16
November 22 – 23
November 26
December 18
December 19
December 19 – 20

Thursday – Friday
Wednesday – Thursday

Faculty Professional Development Days
Late Registration for Accepted Students
100% Tuition Refund Ends
Classes Begin
Schedule Adjustment: Drop / Add
75% Tuition Refund Ends
Labor Day Holiday
Classes Resume
Employee Appreciation Day, No Classes
Classes Resume
Incompletes from Summer Due
Fall Break for Students and Faculty
Designated Make-Up Days if Needed
Classes Resume
Follow Monday Schedule
Veterans’ Day Holiday
Classes Resume
Last Day for Students to Withdraw Without Penalty
Thanksgiving Holidays
Classes Resume
Classes End
Grades Due by 3:00 pm
Designated Make-Up Days if Needed

See Back Four Pages for Information on Hybrid, Distance Learning, and Scotland County Courses. Richmond Community College reserves the right to change this schedule when demand, qualified faculty, or classroom space warrants the change. Special Note: Some classes (such as computer, biology, and English classes) are limited in size and therefore some sections are restricted to major. Whenever possible, stay within your program of study and the sections your advisor recommends. Preference is given to degree majors. Student Right-to-Know information is compiled annually and is available upon request to both currently enrolled and prospective students from the Research and Institutional Effectiveness Office. RCC complies with FERPA Regulations (Family and Education Rights and Privacy Act). Complete details may be found on page 91 of the current catalog.

How To Use Web Advisor
Before Using Web Advisor
•You should meet with your advisor to select
courses for next semester. After his/her
approval, make sure you know how to log into
Web Advsor. You should have the "Synonym"
numbers for each course you and your advisor
have discussed.

You Can Use WebAdvisor
•If you are a current student, and if you do not
owe tuition, fees, or fines to the college.
Campus computers are available in the DeWitt
Computer Technology Center and in the library
located in the Conder Building.
•Check the RCC website to see when you may
register, based on program and credit hours

You Cannot Use WebAdvisor
•If you are a new student, if you are taking noncredit (continuing education) courses, if you are on Academic Suspension, or if you are a
returning student not currently enrolled.

Do Some Planning
•You may select "second choice" courses to add
to your Preferred Sections area in the event
you first choice is full. You can go back into
WebAdvisor as often as you like to try to
register for your preferred section.
•IMPORTANT: A course placed into your
Preferred Sections area does not hold a seat or
register you for the course

•Tuition and Fees must be paid before classes
begin. Check the website for Early Payment
Dates, Deletion Dates of Schedules Not Paid,
and Late Payment Dates
•Students expecting to receive Financial Aid
must have met all requirements and signed all
paperwork in the Financial Aid Office .

Option 1 for Scheduling:
Choose “Express Registration” from the Register for Section menu
Enter the Synonym...
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