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Search for Classes and Register in Self-Service Banner

The College has implemented Banner, a new student information system that will replace WebAdvisor for Summer Registration and for moving forward.

Continuing students, access the link to Self-Service Banner (SSB) in their myRCC portal.

Visiting students, go to this section for registration instructions.

Video: How to Register for a Science Lab on Banner

Quick Guide to Self-Service Banner Registration

  1. Login to the myRCC student portal using a web browser. Google Chrome is recommended.
  2. Click on the Self-Service link under My Apps.

    Screenshot of My Apps with Self-Service link highlighted

    The Banner Student Services page will open as seen below.

    Screenshot of Banner Student Services page
  3. Click on the Ellucian Menu (the four boxes) or click Alt + M - then under Student Menu, click on Student Registration Self Service

    Screenshot of Student Menu with arrows pointing at Ellucian Menu, Student Menu and Student Registration Self Service
    You are now on the Banner Student Registration page

    Screenshot of Banner Student Registration page
  4. Click on the Register/Drop Classes link

    Screenshot of Register/Drop Classes link
  5. Choose a Term from the drop down and click Continue.

    Screenshot of Select a Term dropdown
  6. From here, you can register two different ways:
    Register using Find Classes tab or Enter CRNs tab

    Screenshot showing register using find classes and register by enter CRNs tabs

    Remember that WebAdvisor and Self Service Banner code courses differently. To find your course in Self Service Banner, simply add "00" to the last two digits of the WebAdvisor course code.

    For Example: English 101-College Writing 1
    WebAdvisor: The course appears as ENG-101
    Self-Service Banner: The course appears as: ENG-10100

    To make sure you are accurately registering in the desired course, verify the course name.
    1. Find Classes tab

      Screenshot of find classes tab. Find classes by subject, course number or using Advanced Search
      1. Click the blank box next to Subject to scroll through the subjects or type in the desired subject. Click Search.
      2. Click on the Course title to view details about the course
      3. Click on the Add button to the right to add the course to your Registration Summary. The added course will be posted under Summary section to the bottom right of the screen and on the Schedule section to the bottom left of the screen.

        Register for classes screenshot highlighting click Add to add course to summary and click Submit to Register
      4. Click Submit to register for the course. The enrollment status will then change to Registered.

        It is important to remember to click Submit to save your changes. Unless a course shows the enrollment status as Registered, you are not registered for the course. It will show Pending/Web Registered until you click Submit.

        Save successful screenshot showing classes registered for and schedule
    2. Enter CRNs tab
      1. Click on the Enter CRNs tab to register for classes based on their Course Reference Numbers.

        enter CRNs screenshot
      2. To add multiple CRNs, click on Add Another CRN for each additional class that you wish to register for.
      3. When you have finished entering the CRNs, click Add to Summary for them to be added to your Registration Summary.
      4. Click Submit on the Registration Summary to register for these classes.

        It is important to remember to click Submit to save your changes. Unless a course shows the enrollment status as Registered, you are not registered for the course. It will show Pending/Web Registered until you click Submit.

How to Register When a Course Needs a Corequisite

Viewing your Schedule

Video: How to View Your Class Schedule

The Schedule window creates a visual weekly class schedule based on the classes that you are registered for or that are pending in your Registration Summary.

schedule window screenshot

Dropping Classes or Removing Previously Added Classes

Video: How to Drop a Class

  1. In the Action column, click on the drop-down menu next to the class that you would like to drop or remove. This will display the enrollment status options:
    1. Remove (for drops prior to the start)
    2. Drop (for drops in the refund period)
    3. Withdraw (for drops after the refund period).
  2. Click on the appropriate status.

    screenshot showing add/remove course dropdown
  3. Click Submit. This will remove the course from your schedule and drop you from the class.

    NOTE: dropping a course after the start of the term or academic period may leave you with an outstanding tuition balance due to the College. Please see the Academic Calendar for more information.

It is important to remember to click Submit to save your changes. Unless a course shows the enrollment status as Registered, you are not registered for the course. It will show Pending/Web Registered until you click Submit.

How to Determine Course Mode

In-Person Courses

  • In-person courses will be designated with a building and room numberNote: Some in-person courses may rotate attendance in the classroom; your instructor will describe the details of this type of attendance. Course capacities have been reduced for in-person courses and social distancing rules will be maintained.

Remote and Online Courses

  • Remote and online courses are either Synchronous or Asynchronous. These designations are noted in Self Service in the Meeting Times column on each course record. Please note that the columns in the course record can be expanded by hovering your mouse over the column separator and pulling the column wider to fully expose all the text.
    • Synchronous means that there are routine course meeting times where class activities are conducted through a virtual platform. In Self Service, courses labeled Remote Learning are generally synchronous courses. In addition, some Online-Blackboard and Online-Collaborate courses are synchronous. Look for calendar days and times - - these are indicators that the course has designated, routine meeting times.
      screenshot of meeting time column with days highlighted indicating synchronous
    • Asynchronous means that there is no standard, routine course meeting times. In Self Service, many courses labeled Online-Blackboard are asynchronous. If no calendar days and times are indicated, then the course is asynchronous.
      screenshot of meeting time column with no days highlighted indicating asynchronous

Full Semester and Flex Start

Video: How to Register for Flex Start 2 Courses

To determine if a class is for the full semester or one of the flex start sessions, expand the meeting times column by dragging the right side of the column header until you can see the start date and end date.
Screenshot of meeting times with full semester dates underlined

  • Flex Start 1 courses begin the first day of the semester and end mid-semester (October for fall and March for spring)
  • Flex Start 2 courses begin mid-semester (October for fall and March for spring) and end the last day of the semester

Downloadable Instructions (PDF)