Here to take classes, but do not want to complete a full certificate or degree? As a student who is not seeking a degree, you're considered a Visiting Student. We're glad you're here!
What is a Visiting Student?
Persons interested in registering for select courses and who are not interested in pursuing a diploma or degree are considered Visiting Students.
Visiting Students are not required to complete the usual application.
Most Visiting Students register for part-time study, although full-time study is also allowed. Credits earned as a Visiting Student may later, upon admission to a degree program, be applied toward graduation. Visiting Students who have completed 16 credits are strongly urged to apply for admission to the college. Technical credits completed as a Visiting Student beyond the initial 16 may not be applied toward a diploma or degree.
Commonly used phrase for Visiting Students: Non-Degree Seeking.
Visiting Student Course Registration Process
Visting Students do not need to apply to SCTCC. Course registration is a 3 step process. Please contact the Records and Registration Office if you have questions.
Records and Registration
Step 1: Pre-Registration
1) A StarID is required to register for courses as a visiting student
2) Meet course prerequisite requirements
If you would like to register for a course with a prerequisite requirement, and you have completed the required prerequisite at another institution, submit your unofficial college transcripts or provide course placement test scores to gain access to course registration.
Step 2: Register for Courses
2. Click on Courses and Registration
3. Search for the course you want
4. Change College/University to St. Cloud Technical and Community College
5. Choose Semester and Subject
6. Add course to wishlist by clicking on the plus sign next to course
7. Click on review my plan
8. Register for Courses using StarID password
9. View schedule and Print
Step 3: Post Registration
Gather book and Supplies
Visit the BookStore page to figure out which books you need for class.
Visit Tuition and Fees to figure out how to pay tuition.
Parking passes are included in your tuition and fees. If you plan on taking courses on campus, register your vehicle online. Then visit financial services on campus to get your parking pass.