NECC Observer

The student news website of Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill and Lawrence, Mass.

Fall registration begins soon

As spring begins to settle in and the semester mid-way done, it’s only appropriate to begin planning ahead what step to take for the academic year.

Registration for the Summer and Fall semester of 2022 will begin on April 4.

While many students might think it could be too soon to register for classes, registering early can bode well for those who want specific classes and work out a stable schedule.

Naturally, those who want to wait to register for classes are free to do so and view the Academic catalogue available could help ease the stress of picking classes. There is plenty of time to think about which classes would fit one’s schedule and how it would affect them.

There is always a one-week grace period at the beginning of each semester to drop out at no extra cost.

One other thing to point out is the variety of classes that take place either online, on campus or use a hybrid of both.

Everything boils down to the students and their advisors setting up the perfect plan and schedule to succeed for the following semester.

As a little tidbit of information, if a student plans on going to campus, it is best to fill out the COVID-Vaccination cards online beforehand so that they are ready to go day one.

With only less than two weeks left before registration opens, students should be aware to not stress themselves out and to take the time to curate a schedule that works for them to bring them one step closer to achieving their goals.

Even with April 4th coming and going, getting a possible head start to secure their classes to be stress free during the summer is only one of many ways students can go about registering for their classes. If signing up for classes early is not a student’s way to go when planning for their classes next semester, they can just as easily focus on continuing and finishing all of their classes for the Spring semester and take a break at the end.

There is no rush when it comes to fulfilling a schedule and plan that works for a student. Checking in with their advisors and keeping up to date with the Student Success Hub should be on the radar for those who are ready to register for Fall classes.