Find & Register for a Class

To find a class, review course descriptions in CCV’s catalog and check the course schedule for current course offerings.

Register for Classes

Before you register you must:

  • Complete CCV’s admissions and application process (for new students only).
  • Activate your account in CCV’s Portal by going to and clicking on the link for New Users. Note: Newly admitted students will be able to use the portal web registration within several days of completing the admissions process.
  • Consult with your advisor about your class choices.

Register In-Person or By Phone

  • Call your local CCV academic center to schedule an appointment.
  • Register for classes with the help of a CCV staff member.
  • Payment options include cash, check, credit card, employer or agency voucher, payment plan, or financial aid approval by a CCV financial aid counselor.

Register Online

  • Check the web schedule to find the course code or the course and section number for your classes. Example: CIS-1234-VU01
  • Log onto CCV’s Portal and go to Web Services, located at the top left side of the page.
  • Click on Student Registrationin the Web Services section on the left-hand side of the screen.
  • Click on Register for Sections. Follow on-screen instructions and fill in requested information. When finished, click Submit.
  • Return to the Students menu to verify your class schedule.
  • Choose Account Summary in the Student Menu to view your bill, then Make a Payment to pay your bill. Web registrations may be paid with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express.

Ready to move forward? Grab this PDF and head over to CCV’s Portal.

Note: There can be several reasons why registration on the web cannot be completed, such as providing documentation of prerequisites. In such situations, contact your local advisor for assistance.

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