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Fall classes at 4Cs start September 8 and all classes are online, remote, or hybrid.

Online: All your work is done online with no set meeting times.

Remote: All your work is done online with scheduled virtual meeting times during the week.

Hybrid: Blend of online classes with limited time on campus for hands-on lab work and projects that allow for social distancing

Want to see what courses Cape Cod Community College is offering? It's a simple, two-step process: search for the course(s) you want, then register.

 

1.) Select Your Course(s)

Use the online search form to find the course(s) you want to take. Once you know what you want to take, you're on to Step Two.

2.) Register

There’s a few ways you can register for classes at 4Cs.

You can enroll in a degree or certificate program, then select your first set of courses.

You can just enroll in classes as a “guest student” and not enter a full degree or certificate program.

Or, if you’re a returning student, you can register for classes in My4Cs.

Enroll in a Program, then Register for Classes
  1. Complete the 4Cs Admissions Application
  2. Apply for Financial Aid by completing the FAFSA for free
  3. Submit your official high school transcripts if you are three years (or less) removed from your high school graduation.

We’re here to help! E-mail admissions@capecod.edu or call 774.330.4311 to connect with an Admissions Counselor.

Other information:

General admission to Cape Cod Community College is open to anyone who has either graduated from an accredited high school, completed a high school equivalency exam (HiSET, GED), or is at least 16 years of age and has graduated or left secondary school.

After you’ve received your acceptance letter, you’ll schedule your placement test.

All new students at 4Cs are required to take placement tests in Math and English that help place you in the right classes to start. The Student Readiness Office can help you schedule your test and prepare you for success.

Schedule your appointment. Use the 6-digit ID number in your acceptance letter to get started.

Other information:

  • Prepare before you take the test! See: Accuplacer Prep Sites, a listing of helpful online resources, tutorial sites, student guides, and a free web-based study app.
  • The day of the test, you will be asked to bring a pencil with an eraser and a photo ID.
  • Prepare for the tests to take between 2–3 hours to complete.
  • You cannot “fail” either placement test, and you are allowed one re-test opportunity every semester.
  • Food and drink are prohibited in the Testing Center…so come with a full stomach!

Register for a "Ready to Register Workshop."

To get on the right track, and stay on track, you’ll meet with a 4Cs Academic Advisor that will help you get into the right classes that will move you towards your educational and career goals. During the workshop, you’ll register for fall classes and build a schedule that works for you.

To find out who your Advisor is:

  • Login to your new My4Cs CampusWeb account, provided in your acceptance packet.
  • Select Academics then My Advisor.

Your Advisor will contact you via your 4Cs e-mail address. Make sure you check it regularly for important communications!

Together, you’ll complete your course selection sheet, which you’ll use to register for classes.

Enrolling in Classes as a Guest Student

You can just take a class (or a few classes) at 4Cs without having to sign up for a degree or certificate student. By doing this, you'll be what we call a "Guest Student" here...and we're happy to have you!

Just search for the classes you want and register here, all at once.

It's just that easy!

Already a Student? Here's How to Register

If you're already a 4Cs student and you just need to register for classes for the upcoming semester, you can do it through CampusWeb on My4Cs.

Just click here to search and register. 

Contact Registration

Office of the Registrar
Location Nickerson Administration Building, First Floor
Hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am–7:00pm
Phone 774.330.4711 and 774.330.4712
Fax 508.375.4084
E-mail registration@capecod.edu