Important Semester Reminders
Welcome to the 2014 Summer semester. Regardless of whether you are enrolled in on-campus, online, or off-campus classes, please review the following reminders and important information to ensure you are aware of the resources and services available to you.
On-campus classes started Friday, May 23, while online classes begin Monday, June 30. Please review your class schedule to ensure you are registered for and attending the correct courses. If you are enrolled in a second session course, the start date is on your schedule which is available in MyCleveland.
Instructors are required to report attendance during the first and second week of the semester. Instructors will drop students who have not attended. Students enrolled in online courses must complete a graded assignment by the 10% point of the course to avoid the possibility of being dropped for non attendance. For more information, contact your instructor.
cccConnect is your connection to the online tools that Cleveland Community College provides to its students, faculty, and staff. This page is designed to help you find what you need to use these tools successfully.
If you are new to the online environment and need assistance with logging into Blackboard and MyCleveland, setting up your student email account, and basic navigational skills, plan to attend one of the Workshops.
Refer to the Summer 2014 Important Dates calendar for term and withdrawal dates. There are no refunds for course withdrawals, and courses remain on the transcript with a grade of W. A 100% refund will only be made before the start of the term. Also, students can access the Summer 2014 Registration Calendar for 2nd session registration dates.
Application for Graduation Dates and Deadline
The last day to apply for graduation is February 19, 2014. Contact your advisor to determine if you meet all requirements. Check your MyCleveland account to determine your assigned advisor. Graduation information and applications are available online and in Student Services.
Financial Aid Refunds
If you are a financial aid recipient, refunds will be mailed during the fifth week of the semester. Financial aid will not be applied to your account for non-attendance. Students enrolled in late start courses will not receive payment for those courses until after the census date of the course. Please note, if your late start course does not update your enrollment status, you will not receive additional funds. Contact the financial aid office for more information.
The Student Success Center offers free tutoring, personal counseling, career planning and assessment, placement testing, and TRIO-Student Support Services. Visit the Student Success Center for more information or stop by the office located on the second floor of the Jack Hunt Campus Center.
Also, Cleveland NC Works offers services to students looking for jobs. They help with Resumes, Interviewing Skills, Internship and Job Search Strategies, as well as those in Career Transition. Visit Cleveland NC Works at the LeGrand Center and let them help you find a job.
Policies and Regulations
As a student, you need to familiarize yourself with numerous policies and regulations. Several of these policies are mentioned below, and you are strongly encouraged to review all policies and regulations in the Academic Bulletin and Student Handbook. In addition to the online version, hard copies are available in Student Services and offices across campus.
Privacy and Student Records
You should be aware of your rights as a student with respect to your personal records maintained by Student Services. Directory information such as your name, local address, date of birth, age, email address, major field of study, degrees and honors received, dates of enrollment and current enrollment status may be released without your consent unless you request the information to be withheld. Students who do not wish for any or all of the above information be released to outside agencies must notify Student Services in writing at the time of registration. The College's policy and procedures concerning privacy rights and the release of student records are in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
cccAlert is a service offered by CCC which communicates in multiple ways with students, faculty and staff, as well as visitors, local residents, parents, and the news media. The College's goal is to provide a timely notification of a confirmed emergency situation and to provide instructions for taking action, if needed. In an emergency, the College's priority is the safety of the campus. For more information, including how to sign up, please access cccAlert online.
We are required by the U.S. Department of Education to inform you about certain policies and requirements pertaining to CCC. Please visit Consumer information online for more information.
CCC hopes this information is informative and you have an enjoyable and smooth start to your semester. If you have any questions related to being a student at CCC, feel free to contact one of the following areas:
Student Services: 704-669-4081
Financial Aid: 704-669-4028
Student Government Activities: 704-669-4034
Student Success Center: 704-669-4168
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 09:20:41 AM