Central Texas College (CTC) has opened registration for spring 2020 semester classes at its central campus in Killeen. Returning students can register through CTC’s online WebAdvisor system at ctcd.edu. First-time students must complete admissions and academic advisement before registering. Registration is open now through December 20 and will re-open January 6-10. Spring semester classes start January 13.
Students interested in online courses may also register on WebAdvisor now through January 9 for classes starting January 13. Registration for online classes starting January 27 ends January 23. Friday classes in the Evening/Weekend College program start January 17 and the final day to register for these classes is January 16. Students have until January 17 to register for Saturday classes during the spring semester which start January 18.
Registration for a fall 2019 mini-term and power weekends at CTC’s Fort Hood campus is also open. The fall mini-term runs December 16 through January 3. The power weekends consist of Federal Government (GOVT 2305) and U.S. History II (HIST 1302) during the weekends of December 20-22 and January 3-5. Active-duty personnel can register through December 15 using the GoArmyEd portal while civilians can register now through December 17.
Students at the CTC Service Area campus (Marble Falls, Fredericksburg, Lampasas and Gatesville) can register now until January 10. In Marble Falls registration is at the Frank Fickett Center located at 806 Steve Hawkins Parkway; Fredericksburg - the Hill Country University Center; Lampasas - the CTC Center in Lampasas High School, located at 2716 Hwy 281 south, Suite E131; and Gatesville - the CTC site located at 1500 State School Road.
Students at CTC's continental and worldwide locations should check with their respective sites for term dates and registration dates.
Students can find class offerings for the spring semester under the “Class Schedules” link on the CTC website. For brief descriptions of each available course, students can use the “Search Courses and Section” link under the Student Tools tab.
To assist with the advisement process, students can view their degree plan, explore other programs and register for classes required by their degree plan online using the “Student Planning” tool on WebAdvisor. After logging in to WebAdvisor, students should click the “Eagle Self-Service” icon, go to “Student Planning” and then click the “My Progress.” Students will find their automated degree plan listing all the required courses, completed courses and those classes still needed.