What is Navigate?
Navigate is a software designed specifically for STLCC students. Navigate has been designed to help students get ready for college and access campus resources quickly and easily.
- Stay updated on important deadlines, events, and activities
- Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor or a career specialist
- Explore majors and careers
- No extra cost to you
Login with your MySTLCC ID
If you do not know your MySTLCC ID, please go to the What is my MySTLCC ID page. You will need to know your A-Number (provided in welcome email), Date of Birth and last name.
After you've logged in
- Start your checklist
- Setup your notification settings
- Explore academic programs and careers
When you log in to Navigate, you can also take a major quiz which will allow you to explore careers and majors. Your advisor can use the results to help you identify the right educational path for you.
Need help setting up the App?
Q. Will selecting a favorite major in Major Explorer change my major in my student record?
A. No; choosing one or more “favorite” majors is simply an indication of interest. If a student would like to officially change his/her program of study, complete a “Program/Major Change Form” in the Admissions and Enrollment Services office.
Q. Can I review my outstanding financial aid documents in Navigate?
A. No; you will still receive emails about outstanding financial aid documents and will need to use Banner Self-Service to check on your progress.
Q. I changed my program of study today and am not seeing the new program display in Navigate. When can I expect to see that updated?
A. Most program changes are updated every evening. Thus, any significant changes to a student’s record will update overnight and reflect in Navigate by the next business day.
Q. Why does it allow me to only select up to 3 subjects and interest areas in the Major Explorer?
A. The Navigate Major Explorer is a career tool that provides best-fit suggestions for degrees and certificates based on your responses. The results are a starting-point and not your only or final choices. You’ll have lots of opportunities to talk to your academic advisor about your plans and goals.
Q. Where can I find a certain event on the Path?
A. Enrollment steps are displayed in order by importance and due date. “To-Do” events are action steps and “Resources” provide information supporting your success. Be sure to also check the “Completed” events by clicking the down arrow in All Items – Path (black box on top left).
Q. Can I opt out of text messaging later if I change my mind?
A. Yes, you are able to opt in and out of text messages from Navigate at any time by changing the setting in Profile/ Notifications. Be sure to opt in and keep your phone number up to date if you want your college to send reminders when Path critical tasks are due. We promise not to send too many!
Q. I have already submitted my transcripts, why does this step still appear on my Path as outstanding?
A. Contact Admissions and Enrollment Services if it has been over 24 hours since the college received your transcript. See the Submit your Transcripts event on your Navigate Path for information.
Q. How do I know when registration is open?
A. The Academic Calendar is available on our website.
Q. Can I sign up for my New Student Registration Workshop in Navigate?
A. Yes, you can schedule your New Student Registration Workshop by clicking on the New Student Registration Workshop (NSRW) event in your Navigate Path.
Q. Can I view my grades or transcript in Navigate?
A. No, Navigate does not store students’ grades or transcripts. You may access final grades and view and request transcripts through Banner Self-Service.
Q. Can I review any course assignments from my Classes in Navigate?
A. No, Navigate is not a course management tool and is unable to store course assignments, upcoming exam information, homework due dates, etc. View your courses in Blackboard for your syllabus, class assignments and other materials provided by your instructor.