The Advising Center is your first stop for assistance with academic planning. RACC has many advising resources, like the Transfer and Career Centers, advisors for students on academic probation, and faculty advisors. The Advising Center can help you get to the right advisor who can give you the information you need.
Location: Berks Hall 209
Monday: 9am-12pm & 1pm-3pm
Tuesday: 9am-12pm & 1pm-6:30pm
Wednesday: 9am-12pm & 1pm-6:30pm
Thursday: 9am-12pm & 1pm-3pm
Friday: Appointment Only
Registration for Spring Semester and Summer Sessions
Monday, Oct. 13 - Veteran Priority Registration. Veterans should stop into
the Records Office in Berks 107 to complete a paper registration.
Monday, Oct. 20 - Currently Enrolled Students
Monday, Oct. 27 - New Students
Both the Spring and Summer schedules are viewable on WebAdvisor. Additional sections may be added as it gets closer to the start of registration.
Early Bird Registration Event
Tuesday, October 21 & Wednesday, October 22 from 9 a.m. â€“ 6 p.m.
in the Advising Center (Berks 209)
- Faculty and Professional Staff Advisors will be available on a walk-in basis to assist students with course registration and to address any academic concerns.
- Information about Career Exploration resources, RACC programs of study, Dual Admissions and On-line Learning
- Refreshments & FREE STUFF
- Enter a drawing to win a Tablet!
We know that registering for college for the first time can be overwhelming, so we have designed a 1-step advising and registration process for new students. After you take your placement test and the tests are scored (a process that takes about a week), you will meet with an advisor to finish registering. If you are not able to schedule an appointment with an advisor after your writing test is scored, you can also meet with an advisor during walk-in hours.
Current students with a declared academic program are assigned a faculty academic advisor; if you are a General Studies-Undeclared (undecided) major, you will have an advisor in the Advising Center that you will meet with until you declare a major. You are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor before registering for each semester, changing your current schedule (including dropping or withdrawing from classes), or changing your major.
You can find your advisor, their office hours, and their contact information through WebAdvisor. It's important to develop a relationship with your advisor early and check in with them often to make sure you're taking the right courses for your program and your career plans. In addition to course planning, your advisor can also help you investigate different paths within your chosen career, research options for four-year schools if you plan to transfer, and make connections on campus and in the community. If you are unable to meet with your assigned advisor, you can also schedule an appointment with the Assistant Dean of your academic division or visit the Advising Center during walk-in hours throughout the year.