. Communicate with
if you have any questions which about courses fit into the program that you are pursuing.
All Spring 2016 registration and registration change (drop/withdrawal) now occurs via the traditional paper method. Print a copy of the pdf to your right, obtain instructor approval to add or withdraw, and submit your completed registration/registration change to any McCook or North Platte Welcome Center or to any Extended Campus representative. April 19th is the deadline for withdrawing from full-semester Spring 2016 courses; add/drop & withdrawal deadlines for shorter or longer courses are available within the
New & Transfer Students:
Admissions steps, then meet with
an advisor to plan your initial registration.
Although your initial registration will occur on paper, after meeting with your advisor, you will be able to review your registration schedule and make any necessary adjustments online via
shortly after your initial registration.
Students who have attended a post-secondary institution within the United States must request official college transcripts to be sent to Mid-Plains Community College.
For more information about requirements for Transfer Students, please visit our Transfer Student page.
For classes at off-campus sites you may call the site coordinator to have your name added to the class list. Register the first night of class with the instructor.
Non-Credit classes: At North Platte call 308-535-3614 or 800-658-4308, Ext. 3614. At McCook call 308-345-8122, or
800-658-4348, Ext. 8122.
Additional Registration Information
Change of Registration: Drop/Add Classes
In general, students may drop or add full-semester classes the first 10 days of the semester. The drop/add period is shorter for summer session and accelerated classes. Classes dropped during this period do not appear on transcripts. Refer to the CampusWeb homepage
for all add/drop & withdrawal deadlines.
Withdrawing from Classes
A class dropped after the first 10 days of the semester, or appropriate date for shorter sessions, is called a “withdrawal.” A grade of “W” will appear on the transcript. Students must formally withdraw from any course they do not intend to complete. An “F” (failing) grade may be awarded when students stop attending without formally withdrawing. The last day to withdraw from each course section is available within the
. Extenuating circumstances may be considered when students use the Withdrawal Appeals process. For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 308-535-3774, 1-800-658-4348, Ext. 3774.
Tuition Refund Policy
Any student dropping a class before the class starts will receive 100% refund of tuition and fees. After a class begins, students who discontinue their studies may receive a full or prorated refund of tuition and fees. The method of computation will be the amount of time the student is enrolled as a percentage of the total course length. All days are included in the computation including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. The drop/withdrawal date will be the date the student submits a completed registration change form to Registration and Records. The failure of the student to attend a class does not dismiss a student’s responsibility to pay an unpaid balance owed to the college on courses not officially dropped. Registration/Registration Change forms are available in pdf format (for printing and completing) in the upper right portion of this page or at campus Welcome Centers.A student is entitled to a refund computed on the following formula and tables:
(Drop/Withdraw Date) - (Course Start Date) divided by (Course End Date) - (Course Start Date) = % Elapsed Time
| ||Percent of Days Elapsed||Refund|
|Drops: ||12.5% (census date) ||100% (tuition/fees)|
|Withdrawals: ||25% ||60% (tuition only)|
| ||Over 25% ||No Refund|
One and two day classes are excluded from refunds after the beginning session. Students who have credit balances will receive a refund within 60 days.
No student may register for a course after its add deadline (see add/drop & withdrawal deadlines within
) without special permission from the Area Vice President of Student Affairs and the instructor(s) involved. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the instructor regarding assignments given prior to registration.
The normal class load is 12 to 18 credit hours per semester. More than 18 credit hours is considered an overload for Fall/Spring semesters, more than 12 credit hours in Summer. Students must obtain Area Vice President of Student Affairs permission to enroll in the course(s) that create the overload before registering.
Questions? Contact Registration & Records via one of the following modes:
- 308-535-3774 (North Platte) or 1-800-658-4308 ext 3774 (outside of the North Platte calling area)
- Visit a Welcome Center located within any of our three main campuses.