For students who work and may not have time to test, register or apply for Financial Aid for college during the week, Alvin Community College is hosting Rock and En-Roll on July 11.
ACC staff members will be at the college from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Enrollment Services Center to provide help for those wanting to take courses in the fall.
“This is a great opportunity for those who have difficulty scheduling time during the week for academic advising, testing or registration,” said Stephanie Stockstill, director of Advising Services. “There are many services available during this event for new college students.”
Several services will be offered including state-required testing to attend college. Students must register for testing by Tuesday, July 7 in order to take the exams during Rock and En-Roll. The tests will be administered starting at 8:15 a.m.
Those who need guidance on which courses to take can also visit with academic advisors who will be on hand. Advisors can visit with students to determine which classes will fit their needs and which degree plan is best suited for them.
Financial Aid staff members will be available to help students apply for assistance to help pay for their courses.
Once students have finished testing and know which classes they want to take, they can then register for the 2015 fall semester.
Registration is now open for fall and will close on August 12. Classes for fall will begin on August 24.
Students attending Rock and En-Roll can register for the services they need starting at 8 a.m. at the Enrollment Services Center. For more information or to sign up for testing call 281-756-3526, visit www.alvincollege.edu or e-mail [email protected]