- View available classes at sc4.edu/schedule.
- To register for classes, you must first apply to SC4 if you haven’t done so already.
- Upon receiving your acceptance letter, follow the instructions to set up your SC4 Portal account, from which you can access Student Planning. Student Planning provides students with real-time schedule information, including the number of openings available in each class section. If you have already applied and are unable to log into Student Planning or have other questions, call us at (810) 989-5500 or send an email to email@example.com.
- Students can register and pay for classes online via the Service Center at sc4.edu/portal or receive in-person assistance with the registration process in the SC4 Welcome Center.
- Find answers to frequently asked questions about Student Planning or call (810) 989-5500 for assistance.
- Visit our Financial Aid content for information on applying for aid and scholarships, and please be sure to view information on payment plans as well.
SC4 offers classes in a variety of formats including day, evening, weekend, online, short-term and other formats. Students are encouraged to register early each registration period in order to take full advantage of these opportunities. Registration periods vary. Refer to the academic calendar for specific registration dates/times.
It is the responsibility of the student to follow the established procedure for adding, dropping, or withdrawing from classes. It is also the student’s responsibility to confirm the accuracy of both registration and billing information at the time of enrollment. Award amounts listed for students receiving financial aid and/or scholarships are “pending” and may be adjusted following registration. Students are responsible for payment of tuition and fees not covered by financial aid and must drop classes within the established refund period. In the event that a student declines a financial aid award, or does not register for the minimum number of required credit hours to receive a financial aid award, the student is responsible to drop the class(es) prior to the final drop/add deadline date.