Register for Classes

Before you register for classes, please make sure you have completed your admissions application and have been admitted to Southern Union. 

Spring 2024 Registration Resource Guide
The Registration Resource Guides provide you with important information regarding registration including deadlines, important dates, and contact information.  

 

Please be sure you are choosing the correct English and math course:

The Spring 2024 Course Schedules is now available to view and the dates to register for classes are based on how many hours you have earned.  The registration dates for Spring 2024 are:

  • October 17- For Students with 45 Hours or More
  • October 18 - For Students with 30 hours or More
  • Ocotber 23 - For All Students (regardless of the number of hours earned) including new students
  • January 8 - 10 - Walk-in Registration for Spring Semester 2024
  • January 10 - Classes Begin for Spring Semester 2024 
  • January 11 - Drop/Add Ends for Spring Semester 2024 

Please be sure to consider the following when getting ready to register:

  1. Make sure you have your A Number! If you do not, email your full name and birth date to suadvising@suscc.edu
  2. Consult with your advisor for answers to your questions. 
  3. You must not have any outstanding fees or “holds” on your account.

Make sure you know when the payment deadlines are.  They are listed in the Registration Resource Guides.  If you do not pay your balance by the deadlines, you will lose the classes you have registered for and you will be required to re-register.  

REMEMBER:  YOU ARE NOT CONSIDERED REGISTERED UNTIL YOU PAY YOUR TUITION AND FEESTuition & Fees
Instructions on how to drop a class 

     We offer four methods of instruction:

  • Traditional: Join us in class for face-to-face instruction.  
  • Online: Access your class on a flexible schedule by taking an online course. A computer, webcam, microphone, and high-speed internet is required. Please keep in mind it is necessary to have the appropriate technology and you need the technical skills required of online students to be successful in this course.
  • Hybrid: The best of both worlds. Hybrid offers scheduling flexibility by combining online and face-to-face instruction.  Up to fifty percent of the class will be in the classroom, and the other part will take place online.  You need access to appropriate technology and you need the technical skills required of online students to be successful in this course.
  • Virtual: Classes meet on a traditional course schedule, but online instead of on-campus.  Students and instructors will be online at the same time during the scheduled class time. Students MUST be available to be online during scheduled meeting times in order to enroll in a virtual class.  Coursework and testing will take place through the Canvas LMS so you need access to appropriate technology and you need the technical skills required of online students to be successful.

Please Note: A computer with a Mac or PC operating system is highly recommended for online coursework to meet the minimum compatibility requirements.  The Canvas LMS application can be downloaded for use with a mobile phone running iOS or Android, but some assignments may not be accessible on a phone. Canvas offers limited support for tablet devices. 

Proctoring Fee:  Students who register for online and most hybrid classes are charged a $35 proctoring fee with their tuition per course for a middle of the term test and the final exam

 

How to Register Video


Click on your student type below for more information about how to register for classes. View the Web Registration Page to assist you in the process for registering online. 

Registration for new students begins on the registration dates based on  0 or more credit hours and continues until classes begin on the beginning of the semester. Our advisors will be able to help students get registered for classes! Prior to registering for classes, please complete the steps below. For questions, please contact suadvising@suscc.edu

If you met with an advisor prior to the registration dates based on the number of hours earned, you can register yourself for the courses you and your advisor discussed!

If you had an advising appointment after the registration dates based on the number of hours earned, the advisor can help you register during the appointment. 

Registration times are based on the number of hours earned at Southern Union State Community College that are listed at the top of this page. 

Check your credit hours: You can check the number of Southern Union hours you have by looking at your transcript in your mySUSCC Portal. Your unofficial transcript can be found under your Student Records in the portal. Once on your transcript, you can scroll to the bottom to find your earned hours. 

How to Register: Returning students should register online for their classes through the “mySUSCC” student portal located directly through this link: New mySUSCC Portal. 

MySUSCC Portal: The user name will be your new student ID (A ########). If you have not previously accessed the new portal, the PIN will be your six-digit date of birth (ex: MMDDYY); you will be prompted immediately to change your PIN and to create a security question.

STARS Guide Information: If you plan to transfer to a college/university in the state of Alabama after Southern Union, click here to access a STARS transfer guide for your specific major. Once you are on the page showing the classes you need, please scroll to the bottom and click on the "Area V Page" link for your intended 4-year transfer school to see any additional comments/requirements for your major at that specific institution. 

Need Help: Contact the Advising Staff at suadvising@suscc.edu. Contact information for our Advising Staff can also be found here: Advisor Contact Information

Registration times are based on the number of hours earned at Southern Union State Community College that are listed at the top of this page. 

Check your credit hours: You can check the number of Southern Union hours you have by looking at your transcript in your mySUSCC Portal. Your unofficial transcript can be found under your Student Records in the portal. Once on your transcript, you can scroll to the bottom to find your earned hours. 

How to Register: Returning students should register online for their classes through the “mySUSCC” student portal located directly through this link: New mySUSCC Portal. 

MySUSCC Portal: The user name will be your new student ID (A ########). If you have not previously accessed the new portal, the PIN will be your six-digit date of birth (ex: MMDDYY); you will be prompted immediately to change your PIN and to create a security question.

STARS Guide Information: If you plan to transfer to a college/university in the state of Alabama after Southern Union, click here to access a STARS transfer guide for your specific major. Once you are on the page showing the classes you need, please scroll to the bottom and click on the "Area V Page" link for your intended 4-year transfer school to see any additional comments/requirements for your major at that specific institution. 

Need Help: Contact the Advising Staff at suadvising@suscc.edu. Contact information for our Advising Staff can also be found here: Advisor Contact Information.  

If you are enrolled at another post-secondary institution and are interested in earning credit for transfer back to that college or university, you may be interested in enrolling as a transient student at Southern Union. Follow the steps located on the Admissions page.

Payment is due at time of registration. Transient students are not eligible for financial aid.

Schedule classes online. You may schedule the classes listed on your Transient Form online through the New mySUSCC Portal during published registration times:

Need Help? For additional questions, please contact the Admissions Office directly at admissions@suscc.edu

For information on how to register for dual enrollment classes Click Here. 

For information on how to register for Accelerated Enrollment classes Click Here.