Student Planning is a great way to help students stay on track during their educational journey. Students will not only be able to register for classes but also create a degree plan, update personal information, and explore changing majors!
Bring a state-issued ID to any One Stop location and pick up your Student ID.
You will use this CWI identification card for various college services such as the Library, Math Solution Center, and access to free bus service through Valley Ride.
Pick up your Textbooks
Once you register for courses, you can find book information in Student Planning or by going to the CWI Bookstore website. Approximately one week prior to the start of each semester, you can charge your books against your accepted financial aid award.
Matriculated degree-seeking students are required to meet with their assigned Student Success Advisor (SSA) within their first semester to create an academic plan. The purpose of the required advising meeting is to allow students to meet with their SSA, understand academic expectations, degree requirements, and discover more ways to meet their educational or career goals while at CWI. To ensure that students are meeting with their advisor, an advising hold is placed during their first semester preventing the registration of the following semester.
Together, degree-seeking students will work with their Student Success Advisor to create a plan which matches the student’s educational and career goals. In doing so, this reduces the risk of students taking more classes than are needed for their degree, saving potentially time and money.
Students will be able to see the plan in Student Planning of myCWI. With a plan available, students can view on-demand which courses apply toward their goals.