Registration for Summer Term 2014 opens: Tuesday, April 22.
Registration for Fall Term 2014 opens: Wednesday, May 7.
Evening Classes Begin (Summer and SU1): Tuesday, May 27
Day Classes Begin (Summer and SU1): Wednesday, May 28
Evening and Day Classes Begin (Fall): Tuesday, August 26
Last Day to Add (SU1): Thursday, May 29
Last Day to Add (Summer): Tuesday, June 3
Last Day to Add (SU2): Thursday, July 10
Last Day to Drop (SU1): Monday, June 2
Last Day to Drop (Summer): Monday, June 9
Last Day to Drop (SU2): Monday, July 14
Last Day to Withdraw (Spring): Thursday, May 1
Last Day to Withdraw (SU1): Monday, July 31
Last Day to Withdraw (Summer): Thursday, July 31
Last Day to Withdraw (SU2): Thursday, August 7
Specific dates do not apply to Customized Learning Classes.
Customized Learning/Continuing Education: Please register at least 10 days before the course start date to avoid cancellation of the class(es).
Mandatory New Student Orientation
All new students, who have applied and been accepted to Indian Hills Community College, are required to participate in a New Student Orientation, before they can register for courses.
How to Register for Courses (Overview)
Registration at Indian Hills Community College is completed online through WebAdvisor. Selecting the right courses is critical to your academic progress. So, please contact an Academic Advisor if you need assistance determining which courses to take. For questions related to Continuing Education classes, please contact the Customized Learning Office. For step–by–step instructions on how to register, see below.
How to Register for Courses (Step–by–Step)
Please read the Registration Directions
and work through the How to Register tutorial (below),
which demonstrates how to register step–by–step.
How to Register for Customized Learning/Continuing Education Courses: Read/Print
For a step–by–step guide to online registration, how to log into MyHills and WebAdvisor, and more, please read the Student Web Services Guide
Access your IHCC Student Email Account by using the Quick Links menu on the left side of any page on the website. It's called "Student WebMail." For more on how to use Student WebMail, check out the Web Services Guide or the IT Help Desk. Students are expected to check their Student WebMail each day.
eRefunds @ Indian Hills
Be sure your mailing address is correct when you work through the registration process. Find out more about how the eRefund process works at Indian Hills.