KC Special Registration Day to be Held SaturdayKaskaskia College will be hosting a special fall 2014 Registration Day at the main campus and all Education Centers this Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Departments providing services for the day will include Advisement, Admissions and Registration, Placement Testing, Financial Aid, Cashiers, the Library, and the Bookstore. Advising will be available on a walk-in basis that day. The Cashier's Office will be open to accept payments or set up payment plans.
New students or returning students who have not taken a class for at least a year are encouraged to apply prior to the 9th by completing the Student Admissions Form online at www.kaskaskia.edu and choose the "Apply Now" link. Students should also bring their high school transcripts, college transcripts, and ACT scores. Students that have not previously taken the ACT should plan to test for math and English class placement by contacting the KC Success Center at 545-3160 for more information.
Students need to be aware that payment of 35% of their fall tuition is required to register for classes on the 9th. Assistance with payment plans will be available through the Cashier's Office.
While it is recommended that Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) applications be completed prior to this event, assistance in completing the application will also be available on that day.
Those students seeking assistance with the FAFSA application should plan to bring their 2013 U.S. tax forms as well as 2013 tax forms for parents or spouses as appropriate. Records for untaxed income such as social security, welfare, AFDC, veteran's benefits, or child support received or paid should also be provided.
For more information about the special registration event, contact the Kaskaskia College Admissions and Registration Office at 545-3040.
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