Non-Degree-Seeking Students taking college courses at Onondaga Community College to transfer back to their institution are considered Visiting Students and in most cases do not need to prove pre-requisites prior to registration. However, you will need to fill out a Visiting Student Form prior to registration for any classes that have pre-requisites. You will receive an email response within 48 business hours indicating when you may register for the courses that have pre-requisites.
If you are not a Visiting Student from another college, you may need to take Placement Exams for English, Math, or Reading prior to taking certain courses. Please refer to the course description for pre-requisite information. If you have any questions as to whether you need to take placement exams prior to enrolling in a course, please contact the Advising Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 315-498-2904.
WebAdvisor provides students with secured access to register for classes, check your schedule, check your financial aid, view your grades, and more.
You must first log in with your username + password.
Please note: Non-Degree-Seeking Students are not eligible for financial aid. If you are a non-degree-seeking student you will be paying out of pocket for the classes you are registering for. Payment plans are available. To enroll in a payment plan, click on NelNet Payment Plan on the WebAdvisor menu under Financial Information after registration. Payment is not due at the time of registration if registering prior to the payment deadline. See billing due dates and information.
The difference between dropping and withdrawing is:
Dropping a course is during a specified time during the beginning of the course (see Academic Calendar for specific dates) and after the drop occurs, the course will not appear on your transcript.
Withdrawing from a course is when you remove yourself from a course after the first three weeks of classes (less time for half semester courses, see Academic Calendar for specific dates). A W will appear next to the course on your transcript and does not affect your GPA.
The timing of the drop or withdrawal can impact your financial aid and/or financial responsibility to the college.
All students wishing to withdraw from a course or drop a course after the first week of classes need to meet with a representative to discuss academic and possible financial implications. To withdraw from a course, see Student Central or the Advising Center to process.
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