Getting Approved for online registration

Getting Approved for online registration

Online Registration


    Students can now register online, but you have to be approved to do so first. The first step is to meet with a DACC Academic Advisor or Counselor. You can make an appointment by calling (217) 443-8750. During this meeting, the Advisor/Counselor will check to see if you meet the following conditions

    1. Are you in Good Academic Standing? Academic Standing Information can be found under the Student Rights and Responsibilities section of this handbook.
    2. Do you meet the Following Placement Qualifications (based on your education goal)?
Education Goal Basic Course Placement Requirements
for Online Registration Access
DACC Certificate Place into ENGL 121 or higher or complete DEVE 099 (or higher) with an S or better. Note: This will show student has both Reading and Writing skill levels required.
DACC Associate Degree Place into ENGL 121 or higher or complete DEVE 099 (or higher) with an S or better. Note: This will show student has both Reading and Writing skill levels required.
Taking a Class or Two for Personal Enrichment/ Lifelong Learning Student must have completed an Associate Degree or higher OR meet the ENGL 121 and MATH 101/MATT 104 (or higher) skill-level requirements specified for transfer oriented students
Note: A requirement is met when the student is enrolled in the course preceding the required course. Successful completion will be assumed, as it is when you register them for upcoming semesters.

Placement Scores/Level can be determined with any of the following:

  1. COMPASS or ASSET Scores(=DACC Placement Tests): Writing/Reading Scores must be no more than 2 years old; Math scores must be no more than 1 year old.
  2. ACT Scores: Scores must be no more than 2 years old.
  3. SAT Scores: Scores must be no more than 2 years old.
  4. Completion of college coursework (at DACC or other college) that equates to or exceeds requirements.
  1. Do you have an Outstanding Balance? If yes, please contact the DACC Cashier (217-443-8767) to take care of the amount past due.
  2. Have you signed the DACC Web Registration Disclaimer? This form will be signed by students who are given access to online registration. It explains the consequences, policies, and procedures associated with online registration.

     After the 4 requirements above are checked, your Academic Advisor/Counselor will set-up an academic plan for the next academic year. Then, on the first day of each registration period, you will have access to log-in and register yourself from, home, work, school, etc.!

Approximate Registration Timelines:

For Summer and Fall: Registration usually starts around the last week of March.
For Winter Term and Spring: Registration usually starts around the last week of October.

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