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1 REGISTRATION GUIDE SUMMER 2015

2 Getting Started This publication is intended for information only and is not intended as a contract. Collin College reserves the right to make changes or deletions at any time without notice. You re going to Collin College. Smart Move. Welcome to Collin College. This registration guide will introduce you to Collin College s programs, policies and procedures. Take a look at what we have to offer. Then, when you are ready to search for class offerings, check out our e-schedule at collin.edu. Table of Contents Important Dates/Final Exam Schedule 3 Admissions 4 Registration 6 TSI (Texas Success Initiative) 9 Attention students: Summer early registration payment deadline is May 13 Regular registration starts May 15 and your payment is due the same day to ensure course registration. Payments and Refunds 10 Student Services 15 Academic Opportunities 17 Contacts 23 Meningitis Vaccination Requirement SB 62 requires most new students under the age of 22 entering a higher education institution to show proof of having the vaccine 10 days prior to the start of the term. For more information visit 2

3 Important Dates Priority Online Registration For 3 Week May (Maymester), 5 Week June (Summer I), 5 Week July (Summer II) and 10 Week Summer (Summer III) (8 a.m.) CougarWeb registration is based on completed Collin College credit hours. March 9 50 hours and above March hours and above March 11 1 hour and above March 12 Open for ALL Priority Online Registration For Fall (8 a.m.) CougarWeb registration is based on completed Collin College credit hours. April hours and above April hours and above April 23 1 hour and above June 2 Open for all 8 a.m. MAY 8 Deadline for receiving the bacterial meningitis vaccine to register for 3 Week may & all Summer terms 8 Last day for academic warning, probation or suspension students to register for 3 Week May (Maymester). 13 Summer Early Registration Payment Deadline: All terms, including 3-Week May (Maymester) 14 CougarWeb system NOT available for registration or payment 15 CougarWeb system resumes (8 a.m.) 15 Graduation 7:00 p.m Week May (Maymester) classes begin. Last day to add and/or drop May classes online. Refund percentage for dropped courses reduced to 70%. 18 Student IDs available for 3 Week May (Maymester) and all Summer Terms 19 3 Week May (Maymester) census date*** 22 3 Week May (Maymester) last day to withdraw*** 25 Memorial Day Holiday (all campuses closed) 29 Last day for academic warning, probation or suspension students to register for for Summer Term. June 2 3 Week May (Maymester) final exams. 2 Fall online registration open for all students at 8 a.m. 5 5 Week June (Summer I) and 10 Week Summer (Summer III), Weekend College classes begin 8 5 Week June (Summer I) and 10 Week Summer (Summer III) classes begin. Last day to add and/or drop 5 Week June and 10 Week Summer classes online. Refund percentage for dropped courses reduced to 70%. Mark your calendars March 12 May 18 3 Week May (Maymester) CougarWeb Registration opens for ALL students at 8 a.m. and continues 24/7 except where otherwise noted below. March 12 June 8 5 Week June (Summer I) and 10 Week Summer (Summer III) CougarWeb Registration opens for ALL students at 8 a.m. and continues 24/7 except where otherwise noted below. March 12 July 13 5 Week July (Summer II) CougarWeb Registration opens for ALL students at 8 a.m. and continues 24/7 except where otherwise noted below. June 2 August 25 Fall CougarWeb Registration opens for ALL students at 8 a.m. and Continues 24/7 except where otherwise noted below Week Summer (Summer III) census date*** 23 5 Week June (Summer I) last day to withdraw*** July 3-5 Independence Day Holiday (all campuses closed) 9 5 Week June (Summer I) final exams 9 10 Week Summer (Summer III) last day to withdraw*** Week June (Summer I) Weekend College final exams 13 5 Week July (Summer II) classes begin. Last day to add/drop 5 Week July classes online. Refund percentage for dropped courses reduced to 70% Week July (Summer II) Weekend College classes begin 17 Required Class Day for 5 Week July (Summer II) classes 17 Required Class Day for 10 Week June (Summer III) MW classes 24 Required Class Day for 5 Week July (Summer II) classes 24 Required Class Day for 10 Week June (Summer III) TR classes 28 5 Week July (Summer II) last day to withdraw*** 29 Fall Early Registration payment deadline (8 p.m.)* 30 CougarWeb system NOT available for registration or payment 31 CougarWeb system resumes (8 a.m.) AUGUST Week July (Summer II) and 10 Week Summer (Summer III), Weekend College final exams Week Summer (Summer III) final exams 11 5 Week July (Summer II) final exams 12 All College Day (all campuses closed) 14 Deadline for receiving the bacterial meningitis vaccine to register for fall 14 Last day for probation or suspension students to register for Fall 3 Week May (Maymester): May 18 - June 2 5 Week July (Summer II): July 13 - Aug Week June (Summer I): June 8 - July 9 10 Week Summer (Summer III:) June 8 - Aug. 11 * After 8 p.m. full payment is due on the day of registration. ** After 5 p.m. full payment is due on the day of registration. *** The Census Date and Last Day to Withdraw for Express Classes and mini-semesters vary. Classes dropped after the Census Date will appear on the student s official transcript with a W but have no effect on grade point average. Contact the Admissions and Records Office for details. Transfer students should contact Academic Advising for further information. 3

4 Admissions Collin College operates with an open door admissions policy. Students 18 years of age or older are eligible for admission. Other students may be admitted under special admissions requirements. Collin College reserves the right to guide the placement of students, which may include assessments, interviews and a review of past academic performance. Apply for admission online at collin.edu. Ensure an early registration time by having all official college or university transcripts sent to Collin College. If no college has been attended, send the official high school transcript or copy of the GED. Application processing requires 2-3 business days. Students will receive their username and password through when processing is complete. Official transcripts are required from all regionally accredited colleges/universities attended. Failure to provide a transcript will result in future registration at Collin College being blocked and ineligibility to receive Collin College transcripts. If no college/university has been attended, a high school transcript or GED is required. Documents and transcripts submitted for admission become the property of Collin College and will not be returned to the applicant. APPLICATION (APPLY TEXAS) DEADLINES TERM OPEN DEADLINE 3 Week May Jan days prior t0 (MayMester) START of term and all summer terms FIRST TIME FRESHMEN Requirements for students 18 years and older who have never attended a college/university: 1. Submit a completed application online at collin.edu. 2. Provide an official high school transcript or GED. 3. Submit official TSI documentation. 4. Provide proof of meningitis vaccination, if needed. Special Admissions The following categories are considered special admits: 1. High school students who have exceptional ability, requesting early admission consideration. 2. Students under 18 without a high school diploma or equivalent. 3. Home school students under the age of 18. See the catalog for policies or contact the Academic Partnerships Office at or visit dualcredit. RETURNING STUDENTS NOT ENROLLED SPRING 2015 Students who do not need to readmit, but who did not attend Spring 2015, must receive the meningitis vaccine if they have not shown proof of receiving the vaccine or are not already exempt. Note: For updated age requirements visit us online at collin.edu/meningitis. Transfer Students/Collin College Students Not Enrolled in the Past Academic Year Submit a completed application online at collin.edu. An official transcript from all regionally accredited colleges/ universities attended is required for admission. Students on probation or suspension from another college or university must obtain approval from academic advising before the posted deadline. Submit official TSI documentation (see p. 9). Submit residency documentation. Provide proof of meningitis vaccination, if needed. International Students All students holding F-1 visas should contact the International Students Office at or via at Requirements for admission are available on the web at edu/gettingstarted/admissions/international/. F-1 Admissions Deadlines: SUMMER 2015: APRIL 1, 2015 Fall 2015: June 1, 2015 Spring 2016: nov. 2, 2015 Transfer F-1 Admissions Deadlines: SUMMER 2015: MAY 22, 2015 Fall 2015: Aug. 10, 2015 Spring 2016: Jan. 4, 2016 Registration Checklist Complete application for admission online. Submit official transcripts. Provide proof of meningitis vaccine, if needed. Submit official TSI scores/exemption (see p. 9). Complete Pre-Assessment Activity and take the TSI Assessment if needed (see p. 9). Meet with an academic advisor (see p. 15). Obtain username and password and register (see p. 7). Pay for classes (see p. 10). Sign up for new student orientation (see p. 8). Obtain your student ID card (see p. 6). Residency Status To be considered a Texas resident for tuition purposes, students must have clearly established a domicile in Texas for the 12 months preceding enrollment. Documentation of Texas residency is required. Students on certain types of visas are not eligible for in-state 4

5 tuition. Permanent residents are eligible for in-state tuition once the 12-month requirement is met. Students who have an outstanding balance are subject to being dropped from all classes for nonpayment of remaining tuition. In some cases, a high school transcript and a copy of the Texas Driver s License or ID card will be required for admissions. These items will be used to facilitate the decision about a student s residency status. Students not documenting county or state residency prior to the census date of the term will be charged the higher rate. Tuition refunds due to residency changes will only be made for college errors if documentation was not submitted before census (see the academic calendar for date). In-County Students who have established Texas residency and who reside in Collin County on or before the census day for the term, will be classified as in-county. Out-of-County Students who have established Texas residency and who reside outside of Collin County on or before the census day for the term will be classified as out-of-county. Change of Address Changes of address, name, etc. must be reported promptly to the Admissions and Records Office. This enables students to receive registration and other information from college departments and programs. Changes of address affecting residency classification should be promptly reported, along with documentation of current address. Name and Campuswide ID number (CWID) changes require photocopies of the student s Social Security card. AD VALOREM WAIVERS Students who have not lived in Texas for the 12 months preceding registration, but who own property in Collin County, may be eligible for an ad valorem waiver. A copy of the deed or most recent property tax statement is required for verification. If this waiver is based on a student s (under age 24) parents property ownership, go to the Admissions and Records Office for the proper form to complete. Once Texas residency has been established (12 months), ad valorem waivers expire and additional residency must be provided. Property owners on most types of temporary visas are not eligible for the ad valorem waiver. Students must generally be U.S. citizens or permanent residents to be eligible for an ad valorem waiver. Out-of-State and Out-of-Country Students who have not resided in Texas for the 12 months preceding registration will be classified as out-of-state. Most students holding temporary visas will be classified as out-of-country. Contact the Admissions and Records Office for visas eligible for in-state residency. Texas Mandate: Government Course Sequence In order to make it easier for students to transfer from a community college to a Texas public four-year college or university, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has adopted a new mandate that changes how the required six semester credit hours of government courses will be taken. Beginning fall semester 2013, only the GOVT sequence are offered by Texas community colleges. For additional information about the government course sequence, please call or one of the following: Central Park Campus: Dean Brenda Carter, Preston Ridge Campus: Dean Wendy Gunderson, Spring Creek Campus: Dean Gary Hodge,

6 Registration 6 Student ID Cards All credit students at Collin College are required to have a Student ID Card to use services provided by college offices and labs including the Collin College Bookstores, Career Services, Computer Labs, the Admissions and Records Office, the Fitness Centers, the Libraries, the Math Labs, Student Life, Academic Advising and the Testing Centers. ID Cards are made at the Student Life Office. Once students have registered and paid for their courses, ID cards will be issued in accordance with the dates listed below. Students will need to wait at least 24 hours after registering and paying for classes before obtaining their ID. Students must provide a valid picture ID before a student ID card will be issued. The ID card will be valid district-wide during the student s enrollment at the college. For more information: Contact the Student Life Office or see the Collin College Student Handbook. ID Cards are available beginning: May 18 Auditing a Course Students may choose to audit certain classes. When auditing, a course is taken without receiving credit for that course. Any student intending to audit a course must have completed admissions requirements and be eligible to register for that course in person the first day of classes. Students who have already registered for a course as credit using CougarWeb may not later change their status to audit. Audit students are subject to the usual registration process. A non-refundable audit fee is assessed for each class in addition to regular tuition and fees. Students who audit are not eligible to drop or withdraw from the course or print from computers in the library or computer lab. [Foreign language, sign language, developmental education, applied music lessons (MUAP), all business and computer systems classes, technology and engineering classes may not be audited]. (Continuing Education offers foreign language classes. See the current Continuing Education Schedule of Classes for details). Additionally, students admitted under special admissions are not eligible to audit. WAITLISTS Waitlists for the summer terms will begin May 15. Not all sections will have waitlists. To add yourself to a closed section as waitlisted, follow the procedures below: 1. Log into CougarWeb. 2. Click Add/Drop courses. 3. Select the Term. 4. Enter the CRN in the blank box at the bottom of the page, or conduct a class search to locate the CRN. Select Submit Changes. 5. You will receive a course registration add error since the course is closed. In the Action box, select Waitlisted. 6. Select Submit Changes. 7. You will now see the course in your current schedule with a status of Waitlisted. Check your CougarMail often. If a seat becomes available, you will be notified through that account. Being waitlisted for a course does not guarantee enrollment in the course. Waitlist will expire the first day of class. Pass/Fail Grading Option Non-degree seeking students may select a pass/fail grade option for foreign language, sign language, creative writing, and COSU (Student Success) courses. When taking a class pass/fail, a letter grade will not be assigned for the course. The transcript will indicate whether or not the student passed or failed the course. This option is not available for students working toward a degree plan or intending to transfer to another institution. To select a pass/fail grade, complete the appropriate form at the Admissions and Records Office before the term s census date. Schedule Changes ADD/DROP Students may add/drop classes using CougarWeb through the first two days of classes during the 16-week fall and spring semesters and during the first day of any mini-mester, express course or summer term session. Any schedule change after that must be made in person at a campus admissions office. Registration for any course will result in full tuition and fee assessment for the course hours. Any course dropped on or after the first day of each term, mini-mester, express course or summer term session will result in charges for the dropped course as determined by the state refund guidelines (see refunds, page 10) and approved tuition rates. When dropping a class, the student must also drop any accompanying lab or the CougarWeb system will automatically leave the student registered for the lecture. Classes dropped after the census date will appear on the student s official transcript with a W but have no effect on grade point average. Contact the Admissions and Records Office for details. Transfer students should contact Academic Advising for further information. All students must initiate the process to be dropped from classes prior to the first class day or they will be required to make payment for tuition and fees assessed. Students receiving financial aid will not be automatically dropped from classes.

7 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND STUDENTS RECEIVING FINANCIAL AID OR VETERAN BENEFITS International students and students receiving financial aid and/ or veteran s benefits are required to notify the appropriate office prior to dropping/withdrawing from classes. For international students, failure to maintain full-time status* could affect F-1 student visa status and could also jeopardize immigration status. * Full-time status is 12 semester credit hours (SCH) for fall and spring semesters and six SCH in a summer session. Full-time status for minisemesters varies. International students are not required to enroll in summer sessions. Withdrawals Prior to withdrawing, students should talk with their professor(s) and/or their advisors. Students who need to drop or withdraw from class(es) may do so in the Student Development Center at any campus. Students may also drop or withdraw by mail. Faxed withdrawals will not be accepted. Drops and withdrawals cannot be done on CougarWeb after the first day of classes. The postmark date is the official drop/ withdrawal date when mailed before the deadline. Signatures are required on mailed requests. Note the withdrawal dates in the calendar (see p. 3) and consult the current Collin College Catalog for more details. Students who initiate a withdraw from classes cannot be reinstated once the withdraw has been processed. NOTE: Failure to drop or withdraw on or before the Last Day to Withdraw will result in a performance grade. Withdrawal Policy Texas Education Code Course Drop Limit Provisions Students who enrolled as an entering freshman or a first-time college student in undergraduate courses at any Texas public community college, technical institute, health sciences institution, or any public university offering undergraduate courses must comply with the legislation of TEC TEC states that students who enrolled for the first time during the fall 2007 semester or any subsequent semester are subject to the course drop limit of six course drops. This includes any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution. Lab and Recitation Registration Corequisite courses (lectures with labs and/or recitations) are designated with separate course reference numbers in the schedule. You must register for both the lecture and the corresponding lab. Failure to register for a required lab with a separate reference number will result in an automatic drop of the original lecture request. 4. Under Search by Term: choose Summer Click Submit. 6. Choose Subject, then further refine courses, campuses, etc. 7. Make note of CRN for each class wanted. 8. Proceed to register. BEFORE YOU LOG ON, GET YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD. You must have received your username and password before you log on. The username and password will be ed to the student s personal account once the admission process is complete. Students who already have a username and password do not have to go to campus unless they need to assess or obtain advice or have holds on their accounts. With a password, students can: Add/drop classes during registration. Make credit card payments on CougarWeb. Make check payments on CougarWeb. COUGARWEB REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT 1. Log on to 2. Click on Home Tab. 3. Scroll Down to Registration Tools. 4. Click on Add/Drop Classes. 5. Select specific term. 6. Select Courses for Enrollment. 7. Select Registration Fee Assessment. 8. Select E-Pay, Make Payment. 9. Select Collin County Account Suite to make payment. 10. Registration is complete only upon full payment of tuition and fees. Add/Drop Classes Students may add/drop classes using CougarWeb through the first two days of classes during the long terms and during the first day of class during a summer or mini-semester term. Any schedule change after that must be made in person at a campus admissions office. Registration for any course will result in full tuition and fee assessment for the course hours. Any course dropped on or after the first day of each term or mini-semester will result in charges for the dropped course as determined by the state refund guidelines (see refunds, p. 10) and approved tuition rates. When dropping a class, students must also drop any accompanying labs or the CougarWeb system will automatically leave the student registered for the lecture. Classes dropped after the Census Date will appear on the student s official transcript with a W but have no effect on grade point average. Contact the Admissions and Records Office for details. Transfer students should contact Academic Advising for further information. CougarWeb Students will register for classes using the college s portal, CougarWeb. Through CougarWeb, students can view classes and availability, register for classes, pay tuition, view financial aid status, access CougarMail and more. Log on to the website at collin.edu for additional information or contact Technical Support at CougarWeb Services Academic Transcript Address Information Fee Assessment/Payment Holds Student Schedule Account Summary Degree Audit Grades Registration LOOK UP CLASSES 1. Log on to 2. Under Academics, click on Schedule. 3. Click on View E-schedule. Help Lines Frisco Allen and McKinney Plano and Rockwall

8 CougarQ CougarQ is a virtual line where students can reserve a spot via the internet or text without physically lining up in front of the Admissions, International Students, Advising, or Financial Aid offices. Log into to CougarQ at Repeating Courses Grades of all courses taken will be recorded on the student s transcript. The highest grade earned will be used in computing the GPA and applied toward degree or program requirements. Beginning fall 2002, a course in which a grade (including W) has been received can be repeated only one time to replace the grade. The grade received does not affect the student s ability to repeat a course. Registration holds will be placed on courses that have been attempted twice. When a course is repeated: 1. Only one course/grade will be counted in a student s GPA 2. The highest grade will be used in GPA calculations Courses repeated before fall 2008 will have only the last grade and credits (whether higher or lower) earned used in computing the GPA and applied toward degree or program requirements. A course in which a grade (including W ) has been received can be repeated only one time to replace the grade. Registration holds will be placed on courses that have been attempted twice. In addition, developmental courses may be taken for a combined total of no more than 27 credits and follow the same repeat rule. Also, all fine art classes may be taken a total of two times in accordance with course repeat rules, with some exceptions in music. See Department Chair in Music for music repeat exceptions. Veterans should consult a VA Certifying Official in the Office of Financial Aid/Veterans Affairs before repeating any course. Students planning to transfer to another college or university should check with a Collin College academic advisor or with receiving institutions for their repeat policies. New summer term with multiple sessions available Summer 2015 EARLY Registration MaRCH 9 - May 13 Early registration Payment Deadline May 13 (8 P.M.) Payment must be received in the Cashier s Office by the posted payment deadline dates and times. Postmarks are not a consideration. After the early registration payment deadline date, full payment must be made on the day of registration or the student may be dropped from all courses. Students applying for financial aid or using third party funding must initiate the process to be dropped from classes prior to the first day of the summer term session or they will be required to make payment for tuition and fees assessed. Students with financial aid or third party funding noted on their accounts may not be automatically dropped from classes. new Student Orientation New Student Orientation is a one-day orientation program designed for recent high school graduates or those who have not previously attended college. In preparation for mandatory orientation, please visit the orientation website for dates and times at NEW THIS YEAR: One early registration payment deadline for all summer sessions. Early summer registration deadline is May 13. If you register for any summer classes on or before May 13, payment is due May 13 by 8 p.m. If you register after May 13, payment is due the same day as registration, regardless of your class start date or course duration. Student Financial Responsibility Student tuition bills are posted online and are accessed through CougarWeb. Billing notices are sent to the student s college assigned address, the official means of communication with Collin College students. Each term has an advertised early registration payment deadline (see p. 3). As of the initial payment deadline, any balance on the student account is due the same day the charge is incurred. It is the student s responsibility to review student account balances, comply with financial aid eligibility requirements and third party funding guidelines, and meet payment deadline requirements. Student accounts with an unpaid debt are subject to changes in course registration status and holds preventing registration and withholding grades, transcripts, and degrees. Delinquent accounts may be placed with an outside collection agency and/or reported to the national credit bureau system. Students are responsible for all late fees, percentage-based collection fees, attorney fees, interest and any costs and charges necessary for the collection of any amount not paid when due. All disputes about registration or payment will be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas. The venue for any lawsuit regarding collection of a delinquent debt will be in Collin County, Texas. 8

9 TSI Texas Success Initiative The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) was mandated through the action of the 78th Texas Legislature. The TSI Assessment is a program designed to determine if the student is ready for college-level coursework in the general areas of reading, writing and mathematics. This program also helps determine what type of course or intervention will best meet the needs of the student and assist him/her in becoming better prepared for college-level course work. All incoming college students in Texas are required to take the TSI Assessment, unless exemption has been met. Based on assessment results, a student may either be enrolled in a college-level course that matches his/her skill level or placed in the appropriate developmental course or intervention to improve skills and prepare the student for success in college-level courses. Success Initiatives Exemptions and Waivers The following exemptions and waivers allow students to enroll without the TSI Assessment. Exemptions Exemptions from the TSI Assessment include: SAT I scores (less than 5 years old) with a minimum qualifying combined score of 1070 reading and math, with at least 500 Reading and at least 500 Math. ACT (less than 5 years old) with a minimum qualifying score of 23 composite, with at least 19 English and at least 19 Math. High school exit-level TAKS (less than 5 years old) with a minimum qualifying score of 2200 Math and 2200 English Language Arts with Writing sub-score of 3. High school end of course STAAR (less than 5 years old) with a minimum qualifying score of level 2 English III (score of 2000 in Writing and/or 2000 in Reading) and level 2 Algebra II (score of 4000). TSI exemption given by another Texas public institution. Official transcript must be on file to document exemption. A student has an associate degree or higher from a United States regionally accredited institution. Transfer student from a U.S. private or out-of-state regionally accredited institution with three or more credit level hours. A student who on or after August 1, 1990, was honorably discharged, retired, or released from active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard or service as a member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States. Must provide a copy of DD214 to document exemption. Partial Exemptions Students with an ACT composite score of 23 or higher can be exempt from the TSI math with an ACT math score of 19 or higher, even if the ACT English is less than 19. Students with an ACT composite score of 23 or higher can be exempt from the TSI reading and TSI writing with an ACT English score of 19 or higher, even though the math may be less than 19. Students with a SAT combined reading and math score of 1070 (or higher) can be exempt from TSI math with a SAT math score of 500 (or higher) even though the SAT reading may be less than 500. Students with a combined reading and math score of 1070 (or higher) can be exempt from TSI reading and TSI writing with a SAT reading score of 500 (or higher) even though the SAT math may be less than 500. Students with a TAKS math score of 2200 (or higher) can be exempt from TSI math. A TAKS English/language arts score of 2200 with a writing sample of 3 exempts a student from TSI reading and TSI writing. The TAKS English/language arts components are all or nothing. Students with a STAAR Algebra II score of level 2 (score of 4,000) can be exempt from TSI math. Students with a STAAR English III score of level 2 (score of 2,000 in Writing and/or 2,000 in Reading) can be exempt from TSI reading and/or TSI writing. New students will be required to furnish the college with official documentation regarding TSI status. Waivers Students can be waived from TSI requirements if they Are a high school junior with qualifying PLAN, PSAT, or English II and/or Algebra I STARR scores. Are pursuing a Level I workforce certificate of no more than 42 hours. A change of major must be completed by the student and submitted to the Admissions and Records Office. Are serving on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard or as a member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States and have been serving for at least three years preceding enrollment (documentation required). Mandatory Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA) Before taking the initial TSI Assessment, a student must participate in a pre-assessment activity. This activity includes the following: An explanation of the importance of the TSI Assessment Practice test questions and feedback An explanation of your developmental education options, if the minimum passing standard is not met Information on campus and community resources to assist the student A Certificate of Completion will be printed at the end of this activity, which is required to take the TSI Assessment. A student will receive an from AssessmentsCollinCollege with access to the PAA within 5-7 days after the Application for Admission has been submitted. 9

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