Admissions, Registration, & Financial Aid Information
Admissions and Enrollment Services will provide support remotely. Please contact your campus Admissions & Enrollment Services office for any needs.
Applying to STLCC
Once you submit your admission application online and receive your admission acceptance email, you can view your application checklist.
Registering at STLCC
Register online using the Interactive Class Schedule to help pick classes and plan a schedule for the next semester and Banner Self-Service for course register. Specific instructions and videos are available on how to register. Fall 2020 course registration is currently open to all new and continuing students. For any issues with registration, please contact academic advising.
Students can now complete Archer Orientation online.
The Access office is available remotely to address your accessibility questions and requests.
Early College and Dual Enrollment Students
Students taking courses through dual credit will continue to follow their high school calendar and processes.
The Registrar’s office is converting all major functions online. The Registrar's webpage is updated for your assistance. Students will continue to have the ability to request transcripts electronically through National Student Clearinghouse.
At this time, we ask that students opt for the electronic/e-transcript instead of the printed transcript.
Students may now change their major online by accessing our website and completing the Major Change Form.
Student One Card ID
Students who are new and taking all classes online for fall 2020 will automatically receive an official STLCC ID OneCard. The OneCard will be sent to the mailing address on file with the College. Be sure to watch your mail for a Refund Selection Kit (green envelope); once you receive the Refund Selection Kit, follow the instructions in the mailer to select a refund preference. Choosing a preference ensures that any refunds that are due to you from grants, loans, external scholarships or reimbursements are not delayed. Students enrolled in on-campus courses may contact campus life to schedule an appointment for an STLCC photo ID.
For assistance with your OneCard, contact Campus Life.
For assistance with the refund selection process, visit our refund choices website.
U-Pass for Metro Transit
Students who have paid tuition for fall 2020 are eligible for the U-PASS for Metro transit. You may request the pass from campus cashiers. Please contact email@example.com to apply for a fall 2020 U-PASS. Be sure your mailing address is current with the College to minimize delivery delays.
Withdrawing from Classes
Before You Withdraw
Please talk with an academic advisor and your instructor before withdrawing from your classes. Your academic advisor and instructor are the best people to talk with about what impact your withdrawal will have on your academic program and your eligibility to return. Contact Academic Advising.
Depending on when you withdraw, you may be required to repay all or part of the financial aid that has been disbursed for the term. Withdrawing may also make you ineligible for aid in the future semesters, even if you decide to continue your education at another institution. For more information, please contact Financial Aid.
Discuss your class placement with an academic advisor. If after talking with an academic advisor it is determined that you cannot be placed in classes without taking the placement exam you can be referred to a testing center to take the Accuplacer test. Testing is offered by appointment only. An academic advisor can help you arrange to take a placement test.
Corporate College Testing Center
The testing center at Corporate College is closed until further notice.
Academic advisors are available to assist students in navigating their current and future semesters at STLCC. Academic advisors are available to help through Virtual Drop-in Advising, by phone and/or email.
Advisors area available to assist students with the following:
- Academic and Course planning for Fall 2020
- Working with students on academic probation and completing a probation contract
- Assisting students with completing their My Academic Plan and/or Probation Contract for students completing Financial Aid Appeals
Career Development Services
STLCC career specialists are available to assist students remotely. Students may schedule appointments through Navigate or request an appointment by email. All normal services will continue to be offered.
- Resumes – Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org; please allow 48-72 hours to receive feedback.
- Career Assessment – Complete the Focus2 assessment, the career assessment tool, online. After you complete the assessment, schedule an appointment through Navigate or by email at email@example.com. Job
- Search Guidance – Request an appointment through Navigate or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Blackboard - Students can self-enroll in Career Development Learning Environment for access to additional information, resources and announcements.
- Employment Opportunities – Register for the STLCC Career Network to search for available positions.
Check out our online catalog for a listing of classes. For more information please call 314-984-7777 or email email@example.com. Please check your email for class updates. Students enrolled in CE classes that were in session prior to the COVID shelter at home directive will be issued a partial refund where applicable or notified of online instruction. For questions, please contact Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.