Fall, Summer Registration Begins this Month

Ordinarily brimming with activity when classes are in session, PCC's Robert Lee Humber Building has been mostly vacant this month, along with many other campus facilities. Spring break, which was scheduled to run March 8-15, was extended an extra week for students, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many employees have been working from home the past week to reduce social interaction that could spread the virus. Though classes resume March 22, nearly all of them will be taught online.

WINTERVILLE—Despite numerous logistical issues created by the coronavirus pandemic, Pitt Community College will proceed with registration this month for the upcoming summer and fall semesters.

In addition to announcing that all summer courses would be offered online—as a result of social distancing measures put in place to limit the virus’ spread—PCC administrators noted that registration and payment for tuition and fees would also be online only.

Currently-enrolled PCC students can begin signing up for summer and fall classes on April 20 at 8 a.m., but they must have their course schedules approved by an academic advisor first. Registration dates are determined by credit hours, with priority given to students who have completed the most. A full breakdown of registration dates and times is available on the “Registration” page of the PCC website, along with a self-registration guide.

New summer students can begin registering for classes at 8 a.m. on April 25, if they have completed an online New Student Orientation (NSO) session. To sign up for NSO, students can search for “Orientation Registration” on the PCC website.

Special credit and visiting students are not required to complete NSO or have their schedules approved by advisors in order to register.

All students can pay for their tuition and fees through their myPittCC accounts. The deadline to pay for summer classes is May 15 at 1 p.m.

Summer classes at PCC begin May 19.