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Academic Advising & Registration (AAR)
Attending an Academic Advising and Registration (AAR) event during Fall 2019 is required for all new students who will be starting classes during the Spring Semester that begins January 13, 2020. AAR sessions have limited availability, so sign-up now to secure your spot!
If you plan to start classes during the Summer or Fall Semesters of 2020, you will be invited to attend an AAR event that will be held later (starting in April 2020).
COMPLETE THE TWO-STEP REGISTRATION PROCESS
If you are a current Southeast Tech student and have attended an AAR Day in the past, you do not need to attend again. Instead, please contact your academic advisor to register for fall classes.
1. Pay your $75 non-refundable Registration Fee on our secure CASHnet site.
You will need your Student ID and Password
PASSWORD: Use the following format for your password: (First Initial of Your First Name) +
(First Initial of Your Last Name) + (Last Four of Your Social Security #)
2. Complete the AAR Day Registration Form and select your AAR Session.
Your spot will not be confirmed for AAR Day until you (1) pay the $75 non-refundable Registration Fee and (2) complete the AAR Day Registration Form.
DURING AAR DAY YOU WILL:
Register for classes.
Meet faculty in your program who will advise you about your course of study.
Meet your Student Success Advisor and finalize your class schedule.
Attend an Information Session designed for parents and families.
Get your official Student I.D.
Meet with Financial Aid and Business Office staff about loans and payment plan options.
Learn about campus resources dedicated to your success.
Learn about the Bookstore, it's where you'll get books and supplies.
Enjoy lunch at Paavo's, our campus Pizza & Grill.
TYPICAL AAR DAY SCHEDULE
12:30 p.m. Check-in
1 p.m. Opening General Session
2 p.m. Advising Sessions with Academic Programs
3 p.m. Finalize Schedules with Student Success Advisors
WHAT TO BRING
- Government issued picture ID (e.g., Driver's License or ID Card)
- Outstanding Financial Aid paperwork
- Placement Scores - Send in your ACT or SAT scores, if you haven't already done so. Depending on your program and scores provided, you may be asked to complete the Next-Generation ACCUPLACER. If you need to take this exam, sign up online at