Upon receipt of your BSC acceptance letter, call your academic counselor to schedule an orientation time and date. All newly admitted students must attend an orientation session. During the orientation session, students will meet with an academic counselor to review his or her program of study and select classes for the upcoming semester.
Returning Students with less than 24 earned credit hours
Make an appointment to meet with your academic counselor for an advisement session.
During an advisement session, the student and his or her academic advisor will:
- Review courses the student is required to take for his or her program of study.
- Go to the schedule of classes, and select the schedule of the courses that best suits the student’s personal schedule.
- Enter the course information into the student’s banner account and print a copy of student’s schedule for the upcoming semester.
- Answer any other questions!
If a student has not been enrolled at Bainbridge State College for more than one calendar year, the student may be required to attend an orientation session.
Returning Students with 24 earned credit hours or more
Returning students that have earned 24 or more credit hours and have no outstanding learning support requirements are allowed to register themselves without meeting with an academic advisor, although, it is strongly recommended that all students meet with his or her academic advisor during the registration process.
- Log into bannerweb and review your degreeworks.
- Review the program of study to determine your unsatisfied course requirements.
- Go to the schedule of classes, and select the schedule of the courses that best suits your personal schedule.
- Write down the CRN for each course that you would like to take in the upcoming semester.
- Enter each CRN in the ADD/DROP CLASSES link in bannerweb and submit. The ADD/DROP CLASSES link is found under “REGISTRATION” in the STUDENT TAB.
- Print out your schedule.
Only register for classes in your program of study to avoid financial aid issues, and completion delays.