Cape Cod Community College is a participating member of the Southeastern Association for Cooperation in Higher Education in Massachusetts (SACHEM), a consortium of nine institutions of higher education in Southeastern Massachusetts.
As a member of this group, eligible full-time students at 4Cs, have an opportunity to enroll in a limited number of courses at other colleges/universities involved in the SACHEM program.
Details of the SACHEM program are listed below. Forms and additional information may be obtained from the Office of the Registrar.
To qualify you must be enrolled as a degree student, on a full-time basis, and in good academic standing at one of the SACHEM institutions. This benefit is offered on a space-available basis only. Courses available are only those offered for credit during the regular September–May academic year. Each institution reserves the right to limit or bar access to certain programs.
Qualified students are allowed to enroll in a maximum of two courses at one time, subject to further limitation by the home or host institution. Each institution has the option to restrict cross registration (e.g. only for courses not available at the home institution, only for upper-class students, only for non-major courses, etc.)
If you're interested in cross-registration, take the following these steps:
If you are eligible and take advantage of this program, you are responsible for the following:
Each institution reserves the right to withhold permission for cross-registration if the host institution’s calendar makes it impossible for the student to complete graduation and/or course requirements by the normal date.