Fall 2020 Registration


Click on your student type for more information about how to register for fall classes, and view the "Steps for Registering" below to assist you in the process.

The fall schedule is available here. Please be sure to consider the following when getting ready to register:

  1. Make sure you have your A Number! (it was emailed to your student account). If you do not, email applications@suscc.edu.
  2. Consult your advisor with questions. 
  3. Registration times are based on the number of hours earned at Southern Union State Community College. 
  • 45 or more credit hours: Monday, July 13th at 11:00 a.m. CST
  • 30 or more credit hours: Tuesday, July 14th at 11:00 a.m. CST
  • 0 or more credit hours: Wednesday, July 15th at 11:00 a.m. CST

We will offer four methods of instruction for Fall: 

  • Traditional: Join us in class for face-to-face instruction.  You will need access to a computer and high speed internet, though. In-person instruction will end before Thanksgiving  and coursework and finals will be concluded either online or virtually.
  • Online: Access your class on a flexible schedule by taking an online course. A computer, webcam, microphone and high speed internet is required. Please keep in mind it is necessary to have  required technology to complete your coursework.
  • Hybrid: Have your traditional course schedule with some flexibility by combining online and face-to-face instruction.  Fifty percent of the class will be in the classroom, and the other half will take place online.  You need access to required technology to be successful in this course. In-person instruction will conclude by Thanksgiving. 
  • Virtual: Have your traditional course schedule, but be online.  Students and instructors will be online at the same time during the scheduled class time. Students MUST be available to be online during scheduled meeting times in order to enroll in a virtual class. 

Please Note: A computer with an Apple or Windows operating system is recommended for online coursework. A $20 proctor fee will be accessed for courses utilizing an online proctoring service for final exams. 

 

Fall 2020 Safety Protocols can be found here.