All continuing degree students and non-matriculated students at Marymount Manhattan have the
opportunity to register online for courses. Students may also register in person at the Center
for Student Services during prescribed registration dates and times as outlined by the most
recent course bulletin.
There are two major registration periods throughout the academic year, generally in
November-December for Spring and Summer courses and April-May for Fall and January courses.
In order to register, all students must have activated their MMC E-mail accounts and
MMCConnect . You will not receive a REGISTRATION WORKSHEET in the mail. Instead, it will be available in the Center for Student Services and in all departments, prior to Advisement Day. An Advisement Planning Worksheet and Scheduling Grid will be sent to your MMC Email Account and is also available online by clicking the links above. Print out a copy of the form and use it to prepare for your advisement appointment. More details about registration dates and times can be found on our
Registration and deadlines page.
Students will be allowed to register on specific dates determined by the number of credits
they have COMPLETED to date. Students must meet with their faculty advisor
on the scheduled advisement day(s) prior to registration. Once a prescribed set of courses has been determined, academic
advisors will 'release' the student for registration. If the student has not been released,
the student will not be permitted to register online. More details about registration dates and
times can be found on our Registration and deadlines page.
Restrictions on your account
If a student's account has a hold/restriction, it must be cleared before the student is
allowed to register. Restrictions can be viewed through MMCConnect. Restrictions
can only be lifted by the Office(s) that assigned it. Once lifted, the student may
follow the process(es) below for registration.
Online Registration Information
Complete Online Registration Manual (pdf)
Online registration is open to continuing degree-seeking and
non-matriculated students.In order to take advantage of online registration,
students must have an active MMC e-mail account and have accessed MMCConnect .
The Information Technology department can service any student who has not activated their
email accounts. Online registration is open to continuing matriculated degree students,
non-matriculated degree students, and non-degree (visiting, audit and alumni) students.
Students must meet with their faculty advisor on the scheduled Advisement Day(s)
to choose a set of courses for the upcoming semester. Faculty advisors
are responsible for releasing students for registration. If a student has not
been advised, MMCConnect will not allow him/her to register online. It is also
highly recommended that alternate courses be chosen during advisement since
classes have been known to close quickly. Students who are members of the HEOP,
Academic Access, or Prior Learning programs must see their program directors
for registration approval. The same holds true for international students and
students with minors in Education.
Special Advisement Process for Non-Matriculated Students
Non-degree students who are planning to become MMC degree-seeking students will be
required to meet with an academic advisor in the Office of Academic Advisement in
the Center for Student Services to review their course selections before registering
online. If you fall into this category, you will see a NDG (non-degree) restriction on
MMCConnect and you can also view the name of your academic advisor, who will release
you for registration.
Pre/co requisite requirements still need to be met for Non-degree students. Students requiring special permission will need to supply CSS with the pre/co requisite waiver form approved by the faculty advisor/division chair.
All potential problems that could delay online registration should be resolved before attempting to register
online. Students should clear any holds/restrictions on their accounts and ensure that
they have all necessary prerequisites completed. Students will not be allowed to register
for courses that meet at the same time, courses that require permission from the
instructor for entry, or courses for which the appropriate pre-requisites have not
Students are allowed to take up to 18 credits per semester provided they have at least
a 3.0 grade point average. MMCConnect
will not allow a student to take over 17 credits
if they have less than a 3.0. In this case, students must see Academic
Advisement for permission to overload.
If a course section is open to only certain class levels (e.g. juniors, seniors), students have to be at the required class level at the time of registration – not the class level upon completion of the current semester and/or completion of future summer or January session classes.
Make sure all pre-requisites have been met. If you are deficient in any pre-requisite(s), the system will not allow you to register for the class. Consult your college catalog for course/pre-requisite information.
If you wish to register for classes without the pre/co-requisites, you will not be able to register on-line. You are required to present the approved pre/co-requisite waiver form in person to the CSS. A student service representative will be able to register you in the class.
If the course requires a co-requisite, it is recommended that you add the co-requisite class first on MMCConnect.
There are certain circumstances under which MMCConnect will allow you to repeat a course:
There are a few special registration circumstances that cannot be processed online.
The following registrations require additional paperwork that must be submitted to
the Center for Student Services at the time of registration:
- If you received a grade of UW, W, WF or F in a course
- If you received a grade of D in a course taken as part of your major
Remember that credits in your major count only once!
- If the course is allowed to be repeated (check course bulletin and college catalogue for specifics)
MMCConnect will not allow you to repeat courses that do not meet the above criteria.
- Independent Studies
- Study Abroad
- Maintenance of Matriculation
- Prior Learning Assessment
- Consortium Programs with Hunter College and Pace University
- Complete withdrawals from the College
Students will be required to sign a disclaimer on the Registration Agreement Form before
registering online. They will also see the following message before being allowed to
continue through MMCConnect. Students that do not follow the prescribed program as
outlined in the Catalogue for the year they entered MMC may impede their academic progress.
By signing the disclaimer, students accept all responsibility for any registration changes
they make that were not approved by an academic advisor. The disclaimer reads:
I, the undersigned student, accept sole responsibility for registering for the following
course(s), as approved by my faculty/academic advisor. I understand that failure to
register for the course(s) for which I have been approved may impede my degree progress.
Further, I agree that I will be held liable for any tuition and fees incurred by such
registration - whether online or in-person - in accordance with the college's policies
as published in the current college bulletin or catalogue.
To register, students must:
- Log on to MMCConnect .
- Click on "MMCConnect for Students."
- Click on the link that reads "Register for Classes."
- Agree to the disclaimer. If they disagree, they cannot register online.
- Click on the link that reads "Express Registration."
- Fill in the following information for all courses they would like to register for:
- Subject (i.e. ACCT, ART, BUS)
- Course Number (i.e. 215, 111, 100)
- Section Number (i.e. 01, 02)
- The section number must have two digits!
- Term for which they are registering (i.e. 13/FA, 14/SP, 14/S1)
- Click "Submit."
Students will then be taken to a second screen that will allow them to decide how they would like to register for courses.
- If students wish to register ALL of their courses for CREDIT, they should use the drop-down window on the top of the screen that reads "Action for All Pref. Sections" and
choose "RG - Register" and click "Submit."
- If students wish to register SOME courses for CREDIT and others for AUDIT, they should use the drop-down boxes next to the individual courses and choose "RG - Register" for those courses they will be taking for credit and "AU - Audit" for those you will be auditing and click "Submit."
- A number of courses are not allowable to take as an Audit. Refer to the course bulletin for more information.
- Once they have made their final selections, click "Submit."
- A confirmation page will appear, which students may print.
- Courses successfully processed will display a message that indicates which registrations were processed.
- Courses not successfully processed will display a message that indicates which courses failed to register and an explanation as to why it was not successful.
- If any courses failed to register, students must use the drop-down window next to the individual course(s) and choose "RM-Remove from List" and click "Submit" to finish the registration process.
Adding and Dropping
MMCConnect will allow you to add and drop courses during the registration period. Students should always add courses first and then drop.
TO ADD COURSES:
TO DROP COURSES:
- Follow the same Express Registration procedure as indicated above.
- Only enter information for courses you wish to add. It is not necessary to re-enter your entire class schedule.
- Click on the link that reads "Drop Classes."
- A page will appear that lists all courses you are currently registered for. Place a check mark in the boxes next to the courses you wish to drop.
- Click the "Submit" button.
* There may be additional fees for adding and dropping courses online.
Please check the course bulletin for processing fees and financial liability
information. Dates when these fees will be in effect can be found on our
Registration and deadlines page.
Those who do not wish to take part in the online process will be allowed to take advantage of
in-person registration. Course bulletins can be viewed on our website. Click on Latest Course Information to view the latest course offerings. Registration Agreement Forms may
be obtained from the Center for Student Services prior to registration. Students must still obtain all necessary signatures from their academic advisor and program director. They will also have to abide by all of the same regulations and by the priority registration dates outlined on our Registration and deadlines page.
Once students have been advised and cleared for registration, they may come to the Center for
Student Services on their appropriate date and register at that time with one of our Student
Service Representatives. There will be no drop-off service for in-person registration.
Please keep in mind that in-person registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Online registration is recommended to avoid long lines and delays in the registration process.
Additionally, laptop computers will be available during Priority Registration in the Center for Student Services for those wishing to register online with personal assistance from a Student Service Representative.
In-Person registration will be available during regular business hours in the Center for Student Services