Registration | Stark State College - North Canton, Ohio
Gateway Center

Registration

Dates

SUMMER 2021
Classes begin: Monday, June 7
Classes end: Monday, August 16

**Last day to register Sunday, June 6, 2021**

FALL 2021
Classes begin: Monday, August 30
Classes end: Sunday, December 12

**Last day to register Sunday, August 29, 2021**

Register by student type

Current | Current students in good academic standing can register for classes through mystarkstate or with help from their advisor. Contact information for your advisor can be found by clicking on the MAP icon on the mystuff tab in mystarkstate. You can also use mystarkstate to make payments, search for classes, drop-add classes, view schedules and check grades.

New | Students who are attending college for the first time and have been admitted must participate in an advising session with a Gateway advisor – by phone or via a virtual appointment – to register for classes.

Transfer | Students coming to SSC from another college and who have been admitted must participate in an advising session with a Gateway advisor – by phone or via a virtual appointment – to register for classes.

Transient/Guest | Admitted students attending SSC for a session with permission from a home college or who are taking courses for personal knowledge or to update skills must participate in an advising session with a Gateway advisor – by phone or via a virtual appointment – to register for classes.

To schedule an advising session
See the virtual appointment section below or contact us by phone or email.
Main campus, North Canton | Call 330-494-6170 or email admissions@starkstate.edu
Stark State College Akron | Call 330-494-6170 ext. 4670 or email akron@starkstate.edu

Virtual appointments

Find your campus and your student type, then click to schedule.

Payment information

Payment of tuition and fees may be made on the installment plan (SIPP). Learn more at www.starkstate.edu/sipp.

Wait list

A wait list is available for all courses excluding health program courses. Students may not register for multiple sections of the same course.

 

The Registration Office is the official source for all student academic records, including registration services for associate degree-seeking students as well as students enrolling in one-year certificate or career enhancement certificate programs. In addition, the Registration Office handles the publication of semester course offerings, final exam schedules, grade reporting and classroom scheduling.

Visit mystarkstatethe College portal that allows students to register, make payments, search for classes, drop-add classes, view schedules and check grades.

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