ccc-columbus information - Central Community College


ccc-columbus information - Central Community College
General information:
(402) 564-7132
1 (877) 222-0780
For Housing, Career Services, TRIO, or Counseling Services
information, please call Student Services at (402) 562-1244.
Student Services Hours:
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Administration Center is staffed with a student services
representative until 7 p.m. (Monday evenings) when fall
semester classes are in session. (Student Accounts and
Registration Offices are open until 6:30 p.m., August 17-20.)
*The college is closed on Friday during the summer:
May 18th – August 7th
If you have not attended the Columbus Campus before,
please complete the procedures listed below.
1. Submit an Application for Admission online at > Get Started.
2. Submit an official high school transcript, GED
certificate, or other records of formal education.
3. Submit official previous college transcripts to a CCC
Registration Office.
4. Complete the pre-enrollment assessment exam
(ASSET/COMPASS or ACT.) Call the Testing Center for
appointment-- (402) 562-1206.
Registration begins April 10th!
Located in the Student Center, the bookstore is normally open
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-2:00
p.m. on Friday. During the summer, and at the start of each
new semester, there are special hours:
1. Search for available classes at
Select Search for Classes from the links at the bottom
of the page or in WebCentral.
2. Meet with your advisor and confirm course
3. Register using one of the following options:
 Web Registration
Current students should log in to WebCentral.
 Paper Registration
Submit your paper registration at the Registration
Office during regular office hours.
 Phone Registration
Call Phone Central toll-free at 1-877-222-0780
(press 9, then 2). Students should have course and
section numbers when calling. Other restrictions
may apply.
 General Registration:
For students not registered in advance, advising
and registration will be held on Friday, August 14.
May 18 - August 6
August 10 – 13
August 14
August 17-20
August 21
August 24-27
August 28
August 31
7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Regular hours begin (see above)
Contact Follett Bookstore at 402-562-1251 or 1-877-222-0780,
ext. 1251 or online at
Apr. 10
Aug. 14
Aug. 17
Aug. 28*
Sept. 7
Oct. 15
Oct. 16-20
Oct. 30
Registration for Fall 2015 Semester Begins
General Registration (for those not yet registered)
Fall Session begins
Last Day of Free Drop/Exchange of Credits of Equal Value
Labor Day Break
Last Day to Add Classes
Student Fall Break
Last Day to Apply for Degree/Diploma/Certificate in
Nov. 10*
Last Day to Withdraw from a Class
Nov. 11
Registration for Spring 2016 Semester Begins
Nov. 25-29 Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 11
Classes End
*Less than full-term courses will have different “Last Day to Withdraw”
dates and “Last Day of Free Drop” dates. Contact the Registration and
Records Office for assistance.
Registration begins
April 10th
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees are set by the Board of Governors of
the College and are subject to change by its action.
For 2015-2016, tuition for Nebraska residents is $82 per
credit hour. Non-resident students pay $123 per credit
hour. All students also pay $12 per credit hour in fees.
Tuition & Fees per credit hour
Nebraska Residents
Payment of tuition and fees is due at the
beginning of classes. A $40 late charge will be
charged to all unpaid accounts after 30 days. Payment
plans may be available.
Registered students are responsible for all charges
unless you complete the official drop process within
the free drop period for your courses. Please refer to
the following chart to determine the Last Day of Free
Drop for a particular class.
College Instructional Days
Scheduled Session
Student may drop credits for full
refund within the first…
16 - 13 weeks
10 days*
12 - 9 weeks
7 days*
8 – 5 weeks
5 days*
4 - 1 weeks
2 days*
Less than 1 week
prior to first class
*College instructional days are defined as every weekday
(Monday-Friday) while the College is open.
Contact the Student Accounts Office or Registration and
Records Office for more information.
Financial Aid
Financial aid programs available to CCC students include
various grants, loans, work study, and scholarship
programs. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more
The 1st digit of the course section number identifies if the student must come to campus or if the course is
completed off-campus. Ex. CC100 or DCWD1
C (campus/center) …
D (distance) ……………
Each course section is identified by a course section
number (SUB, NUM, & SECT) and a synonym number. One
of these must be used to designate a specific section when
registering. Each section number also gives important
information regarding the section’s location, delivery
mode, and instructional method. See the descriptions to
the right for details.
ENGL 1010 CC100
3 Lec
………..…..……………..….Synonym number
….…..…………………………..Course number
…….…..……………………….Section number
….…..…..………………........Name of course
………………………...Semester credit hours
……....…………………Instructional Method
Student must be physically on campus to complete course.
Student completes the course off campus. (Blended web courses are an exception.)
Instructor Location/Origination Site
The 2nd digit of the course section number identifies the instructor’s location. Ex. CGWD1
C ..…….
G ………
H ………
K ………
Columbus Campus
Grand Island Campus
Hastings Campus
Kearney Center
Delivery Modes
The 3rd digit of the course section number (and 4th digit for web) identifies the section’s delivery mode.
Ex. CC100 or DCWD1
1 ……..…..
0 ………….
V ………….
W D ....….
Lecture courses.
Televised, interactive classroom instruction broadcast to various sites from instructor’s location.
Web courses (instructor paced with deadlines) -- These sections have due dates set by the instructor. Students
must register prior to the section beginning or within the first week.
W S ……... Web courses (self-paced) -- These sections have no due dates within the term but do have a firm completion
date. Students may register prior to the last day to add for the semester.
W B …….. Web courses (blended) -- These sections have the majority of the work done on the web, but the student is
also required to come to a campus or center at times or arrange for proctored tests.
If the 5th digit of the section number for a blended section is 1-6, the section is instructor paced. If it is 7-9, the
section is self-paced. (Ex. CCWB1 or CCWB7)
5 …………. Individualized packet sections completed at community learning centers via paper correspondence.
Instructional Methods
Each course section has a particular instructional method.
CLI ……… Clinical rotation in health programs.
IND …….. Students work individually with instructor support on campus. Students must also register for a
correlated LAB section which meets on campus.
INS ……… Special topics course, or students work individually with instructor support during an arranged time.
LAB …….. Scheduled labs in which students receive instructor support on an individual basis for a correlated
individualized (IND) course.
LCE ……… Individualized packet courses completed via paper correspondence and at a learning center.
LEC ……… Lecture classes which meet in a group.
L/L …...... Lecture classes and structured labs which meet in a group.
PRA .…… Practicum.
SEM ……. Workshop or seminar.
WWW…… Courses available via the web. See Delivery Mode description above for more information.
This class schedule is subject to change. View the most current schedule at by using the Search for Classes link at the bottom of the page or in WebCentral.
Central Community College (CCC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or other factors prohibited by law, in matters of employment, admissions, financial aid, or other activities and
opportunities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.
Any person having inquiries concerning Central Community College compliance with Title II, Title IV, Title VI, Title IX, the Age Discrimination Act, and/or Section 504 should contact: Human Resources Executive Director, 3134 W Highway 34, PO Box 4903, Grand Island NE 68802-4903, 308-398-4222,
[email protected]
Persons seeking further information concerning career and technical education offerings at Central Community College and any specific pre-requisite criteria for the various programs of study should contact: Public Relations Officer, 3134 W Highway 34, PO Box 4903, Grand Island NE 68802-4903,
308-398-4222, [email protected] .
To obtain this information in a language other than English or in an alternative format email [email protected] or call 308-398-7355.