STUDENT PLANNING (NEW!)
WebAdvisor functions will be transitioning into Student Planning, which is part of a set of Self-Service modules that will enhance students' experience. To get started with Student Planning, please review the tutorial below:
Introduction to Student Planning & Registration (download PDF or PowerPoint)
With Student Planning, you can search for courses directly related to your major, plan your terms, and schedule & register your classes.
The following tutorials are intended to help you take advantage of the many self-service tools available through WebAdvisor. To access your account, you will need to activate your NetID username and password through the AWC Self Service Account Manager. If you are a new student, you are encouraged to attend Discover AWC.
Introduction to WebAdvisor (video)
WebAdvisor gives you online access to register for classes, view unofficial transcripts, request official transcripts, view financial aid information, and even pay for classes. Learn more about other tools available through WebAdvisor.
How to Register for Classes using Express Registration (video) (pdf)
Express Registration is an excellent tool that helps you register quickly using a course's Synonym #. Use this registration process during early registration periods such as Priority Registration.
How to Search, Register, & Waitlist Courses (video) (pdf)
Use the Search & Register process to view the most current information on course availability. If a class is closed, use the Waitlist as you may still have a good chance to get into the class you want.
How to Add & Drop Courses (video) (pdf)
Once you have registered for courses, you may still make changes to your class schedule by adding and/or dropping courses. For more information on restrictions and deadlines, visit Admissions & Registration and review the Academic Calendar.
How to review Academic Progress using Program Evaluation (video) (pdf)
To help you determine what courses you need to complete your degree or certificate, use the Program Evaluation tool. It reviews your academic progress by looking at the courses you have completed and comparing them with degree or certificate requirements
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