MyCommNet is a portal for nearly all the information you will need while you are a student at Asnuntuck: class assignments, grades, academic progress, important communication from the college and your instructors, and more.

Remember: your college-assigned email address is the official method for student communication, so be sure to check it often and regularly.

With so much information in one place, we have prepared this page as a guide or reminder when you need to find information.

Your assigned NetID is your 8-digit student ID number followed by “@student.commnet.edu” (example: 12345678@student.commnet.edu).

 

Your initially assigned password is:

  • the first three letters of your birth month, capitalized
  • the “&” symbol
  • the last four digits of your Social Security number (example: Jan&6789)

 

You will be prompted to change your password the first time you login. Please follow the provided guidelines on how to create a strong password.

  • Login to myCommNet using your NetID
  • Click the link within the “Access College Email” box in the middle column
  • Your college-assigned email will open in a separate tab or window

Important: your college-assigned email is the official method for communication from Asnuntuck, so be sure to check it regularly and frequently.

Access Email
  1. A) From the MyCommNet home screen, click “Search for Course Offerings.” A new screen will open featuring the course selector for all Connecticut community colleges
  • Use the “Select a Term” drop-down menu to choose a semester
  • Select “Asnuntuck” from the “Select a College” drop-down menu if you are searching for classes offered here; you can search other Connecticut community colleges if you are looking for a specific course
  • You can choose to limit your search to only classes that award college credits
  1. B) Click “Get Courses”
Find Classes
  1. A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)
  2. B) Click the “Registration/Schedule” tab
  • From the choices that appear, click “Register for Classes”
  • Select a term & submit
  • Enter Course Registration Numbers in the boxes provided & submit

Payment: payment is required at time of registration

  • Click the credit card logos (“Click Here to Pay”) and enter all necessary information
Register Classes
  1. A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)
  2. B) Click the “Registration/Schedule” tab
  • From the choices that appear, click “Add / Drop Classes”

Drop: in the box under “Action,” select “Web Drop Course” & submit

Add: enter Course Registration Number(s) in box(es) provided

  • Click “Submit Changes”
Add / Drop Classes

A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)

B) Click the “Student Records” tab

• From the choices that appear, click “Grades/Registration History” link

• Your grades will display; you can choose to print this screen

Find Grades
  1. A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)
  2. B) Click the “Student Records” tab
  • From the choices that appear, click “Advisor and Major” link
  • Select the current term to find your advisor and major listed
Find your advisor and major
  1. A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)
  2. B) Click the “Registration/Schedule” tab
  • From the choices that appear, click “Student Schedule”
  • View or print your course schedule
Student Schedule
  1.  A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)
  2. B) Click the “Student Records” tab
  • From the choices that appear, click “View Unofficial Transcript” from the “Transcripts” box
  • You can choose to print this screen
Un Official Transcript
  1. A) Use the “Banner Student & Faculty Self Service” link (select Asnuntuck if prompted with a choice of schools)
  2. B) Click the “Student Records” tab
  • From the choices that appear, click the link in the “Enrollment Verification Request” box
  • Your Enrollment Certificate will display; you can print from this page
  • NOTE: remember to “Log Out” from this page to log off from the National Student Clearinghouse
Enroll Verification
  • From the middle column, click the link in the “Access Degree Works” box
  • Your audit will appear in a new tab
  • If you have questions about your progress towards your degree, see our Degree Works FAQ page.
Progress To Degree