Advisement is available through the academic department of your major. It is recommended that all students see their academic adviser each term before registering for classes. To see the advisement areas, click here.
Returning students should report to the department of their major. Students on academic probation must meet with a divisional counselor and register in person.
Non-matriculating students should report to the academic department that is offering the course.
New Students should attend their scheduled Advisement & Registration session.
ECC ACADEMIC DIVISIONS AND DEPARTMENTS
Department of Bilingual Studies (Level 1, Red Area)
Division of Biology & Chemistry (Level 2, Blue Area)
Division of Business (Level 3, Green Area)
Department of Nursing (Level 2, Blue Area)
Division of Allied Health (Level 2, Blue Area)
Division of Humanities (Level 1, Red Area)
Division of Math & Physics (Level 2, Blue Area)
Division of Social Sciences (Level 3, Yellow Area)
Special Programs (Level 3, Yellow Area)
West Essex Campus (West Caldwell,730 Bloomfield Ave., West Caldwell)
If you plan to attend one of the Extension Centers, please call prior to registering: FOCUS AND IRONBOUND:(973)877-3158 ALL OTHERS:(973) 877-3400
Veteran Educational Benefit students should report to the Recruitment/Marketing Office.
Student Support Services participants should report to the Department of Special Programs, Main Campus.
Educational Opportunity Fund Students should report to the EOF Office, Main Campus.
Please refer to the college catalog for course prerequisite information. If you are missing a course prerequisite or test score prerequisite, when you attempt to register on the web, you will get an error message and you cannot register. Please see your academic advisor during the in-person registration dates to discuss your options. If a class has more than one part or section, you must enter all sections of the course otherwise you will get a missing co-requisite error message.
Special section designations
Please be aware of the special course section designations for West Essex Campus, Ironbound, and FOCUS courses. Some course sections are designated for French or Spanish speaking students. Also, please note the class start and end dates. To see an explanation of the section designations, click here.
Changing registration or Drop/Add
Once you submit your registration, tuition and fee charges are automatically posted to your account. You should always check your schedule to make sure you are registered for the desired course and section. You can make changes or Drop/Add during the web registration or in-person registration periods. Add/Drop fee will not be assessed for changes made via the web. A $15 Drop/Add fee will be charged for in-person drop/add transactions.
Some courses may be cancelled due to low enrollment. When this happens the canceled course is automatically dropped from your schedule. It is your responsibility to add an alternate course or section before the end of the registration period. If you register on the web, we suggest you check your schedule before classes start so that you can be aware of any changes to your schedule.
Class Schedule & Term Bill
If you register on the web, you should view or print your class schedule and bill after each transaction. If you register in person, you should pick up your class schedule and term bill before leaving the registration area.
Make a payment to the Bursar’s office by the payment due date. If your term bill is not paid your registration may be cancelled and you will have to re-register in accordance with the registration calendar. For further details about Payment Due Dates, click here. For information about Payment Methods, click here.
Financial Aid funds will be applied to your tuition bill only if you have received an Award Letter from the ECC Financial Aid Office before the payment due date. If the amount of your award does not cover your total bill, you must pay the balance in full or sign up for the Deferred Payment Plan. If you did not receive an Award Letter from the ECC Financial Aid Office before the payment due date, you must sign up for the Deferred Payment Plan or pay the balance in full.