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Registrar, Records & Recruitment Information

The Office of Student Records is located in the Eason Student Services Building – 107 on the Statesville Campus. Our office assists students with processing transcripts, grading processes, enrollment and degree verifications, address and name changes, and withdrawals. The Office of Student Records is also responsible for certifying students have fulfilled graduation requirements, orders diplomas, oversees the Commencement ceremony, evaluates transcripts, and processes course substitutions. 

Our office is dedicated to maintaining the integrity of all student records, as outlined under the Academic Policies section of the College Catalog. Also, Mitchell Community College complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 which provides students access to review their records and restricts the disclosure of such records without written permission from the student. Additional information regarding FERPA may be found at the US Department of Education FERPA Website.

Again, welcome to Mitchell Community College! We look forward to helping you Prepare to Excel

Sincerely,

Betsy Patterson, Registrar 

Juliana Nleya, Student Records Specialist

Colleen Ramsey, Student Records Specialist

Degree and current enrollment verifications, as well as transcript requests, are handled through the National Student Clearinghouse.

*Please note for enrollment verifications that verification of future terms is not possible, for example requesting a fall enrollment verification during the summer semester.

*If you need an unofficial copy of your transcript please email records@mitchellcc.edu. Please include in your email a copy of a photo id.

Registration Dates

Fall 2023

Registration for 2nd 8-week classes that start on October 11, 2023 is open until October 10, 2023.

Registration for Winter Session classes that start on December 4, 2023 is open until December 3, 2023.

Spring 2024

Priority 1: Wednesday, November 1, 2023
     – Veteran Students

Priority 2: Monday, November 6, 2023
     – Current students with 30+ hours earned
     – All Career and College Promise students

Priority 3: Thursday, November 9, 2023
     – Current students with up to 29 hours earned
     – All new and returning new students

Registration for Spring 2024 is open through January 7, 2024. Drop/Add is January 8 through January 12, 2024.

Summer 2024

Priority 1: Wednesday, March 27, 2024
     – Veteran Students

***Registration will be unavailable at noon on Friday, March 29 for month end processing.  Registration will open back up at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, April 1.***

Priority 2: Monday, April 1, 2024
     – Current students with 30+ hours earned
     – All Career and College Promise students

Priority 3: Thursday, April 4, 2024
     – Current students with up to 29 hours earned
     – All new and returning new students

Registration for Summer 2024 is open through June 2, 2024. Drop/Add is June 3 through June 4, 2024.

Important Documents and forms

Drop/Add Procedure (from all classes)

Drop/Add is offered at the beginning of each semester or mini-semester to adjust class schedules.

How To Drop And Add Classes
It is very important to follow this sequence for dropping and adding classes, particularly during the first week of the semester. *If this sequence is not followed, students will be assessed a 25% tuition penalty for dropping and adding in separate transactions. 

To Drop:
1. Log in to Self-Service with your Mitchell CC username and password.
2. Click Go to Plan and Schedule
3. Find the course you want to drop in the list of sections on the left. 
4. Click Drop 

Note: The class that was dropped will return to your student planning as a planned course. To remove the class from student planning, find the class you want to remove from the list of sections on the left, click the “x”, then Remove. 

To Drop/Add:
*If you need to drop a course and add another course during the drop/add period (from the first day of the semester to the last day to add), please follow these directions:

1. Log in to Self-Service with your Mitchell CC username and password.
2. Click Go to Plan and Schedule.
3. Type the class subject and course number you want to add in the search box (Ex. BUS 121)
4. Click the drop down to View Available Sections for the course you are searching for.
5. Click Add Section to Schedule beside the section of the course you would like to add to your schedule.
6. After looking over the section details for the class selected, click Add Section.
7. Click Back to Plan and Schedule.
8. Find the course you want to drop in the list of sections on the left, then click Drop.
9. Make sure the course you want to drop is checked AND select the course you want to add, then click Update.

***Current high school students who are enrolled in the Career & College Promise program or the Early College program must speak with their Early College Liaison, Mitchell advisor, or high school counselor before making schedule adjustments AND before dropping a class or withdrawing for a “W” grade.

Procedures for Dropping a Class after the Drop/Add Period:

To drop a class after the drop/add period, students can submit the Drop/Add form by emailing it from your Mitchell student email account to records@mitchellcc.edu OR by delivering it in person to the Records Office on the Statesville Campus or the Mooresville Campus.

Withdrawal Procedure (from all classes)

To withdraw from all classes, students can email a Withdrawal Form from their Mitchell Student email account only (no other email accounts such as gmail or yahoo will be accepted) to records@mitchellcc.edu.

Current high school students who are enrolled in the Career & College Promise program or the Early College program must speak with their Early College Liaison, Mitchell advisor, or high school counselor before making schedule adjustments AND before dropping a class or withdrawing for a “W” grade.

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