Asnuntuck will provide you with resources and guidance to make smart choices that make the most of your time.
After you complete the admissions process, including placement testing, new students in college credit programs must attend one of our mandatory New Student Workshops. (If you are enrolling in a healthcare or wellness career certificate program, your class choices are determined by the program you choose.) During the workshop, you will receive in-person guidance on how to choose classes and have the opportunity to register for classes on the spot.
Center for Advising & Student Achievement
You can also choose to meet with an Academic Advisor in the Center for Advising & Student Achievement to further discuss your goals, full- or part-time status, placement test results, and available course options. Academic Advisors help make sure that you are set up for success in the first year — and beyond.
Applying Past Credits
If you are transferring to Asnuntuck, your choice of classes will be influenced by the number of college credits that are applied from your previous studies. Learn more about how to apply credits.
Academic Adjustments / Disability Services
New students who need academic adjustments should meet with Debbie Kosior, Associate of Student Accessibility/Disability Services, in the office of Student Disability Support Services. We strongly recommend that you meet with Debbie before registering for classes.
Assigned Faculty Advisor
Once you have initially registered for classes, you will be assigned a Faculty Advisor based on your declared program of study. You’ll get an email from your advisor a few weeks into your first semester with contact and office hour information, plus how to set up an advising appointment.
Online Course Schedule & Registration
When you enroll, you will be given information on how to use MyCommNet, the centralized online resource that will be your portal for information about classes, academic progress, communication with faculty, and more.