STEP 1: REGISTER FOR CLASSES
Registrar's Office/Front Window in the 100 Building
Register with Advisor: https://www.fdtc.edu/academics/advisors
STEP 2: OBTAIN YOUR STUDENT ID CARD
Room 111D in 100 Building
(Bring a copy of your Class Schedule)
STEP 3: FINANCIAL AID
Complete your 2020-2021 FAFSA
Financial Aid Center on 3rd Floor of 5000 Building
STEP 4: PAY TUITION/PAYMENT PLAN
Business Office on 2nd Floor of 5000 Building
STEP 5: BOOKS
Bookstore on 1st Floor of 5000 Building
Check book prices: https://bookstore.fdtc.edu/
Bring schedule with you to purchase books
STEP 6: PARKING DECAL
Guard Shack in front of FDTC Main Campus
Bring your schedule, driver's license and vehicle registration
Registration for Fall 2020 is open . Your Academic advisor, the Registrar staff, and the Office of Admissions is here to help you daily. Please use the link to locate your academic advisor https://www.fdtc.edu/academics/advisors .
We are now open with limited staff. Florence-Darlington Technical College is working diligently to prepare for your safe return. Email us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with any unanswered questions.
Fall 2020 classes will start on August 24th. Don't Wait Register Today!
student may add a course during the first four (4) days of the term for a 15-week and drop a course during the first eight (8) business days of the term for a 15-week. A student may add a course during the first three (3) days of the term for a 10-week or 7-week, course and drop a course during the first five (5) days of the term for an 10-week or 7-week course.
- Drop/Add dates and deadlines, including the last day to drop without academic penalty are published on the FDTC website and all Course Syllabi. Courses may not be added or sections changed after the published Add period.
- A student may drop/add courses via Webadvisor during the designated drop/add periods. A student may also drop a course online through the last day to drop without academic penalty. Drop/Add forms are to be used only for drops/withdrawals after the academic penalty date and/or for adds after the published add dates. Forms are available from your Academic Advisor or Registrar Services.
- It is the student's responsibility to initiate the proper paperwork to drop or withdraw from courses. Failure to attend a course does not constitute proper procedure for dropping or withdrawing from a course. However, you will be dropped from a course if you have never attended during the first week of the term. Also, if you fail to pay for a course you will be removed from the class. Contact the Register Services Office for additional information.
See College Procedure for Attendance and Withdrawal from Course(s).
A course may be cancelled if a minimum of ten students do not enroll in a section. If one of your courses is cancelled, you will be notified so that you can add another section or course during the Drop/Add period.
A student who does not login, attend any classes during the first week of class, or submit the first week assignent will be dropped as a no-show, and will be require to add a late start class for an upcoming later term.