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Contact the Welcome Center:

Phone: 559-325-5421 
Email: cccwelcomecenter@cloviscollege.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

If your class doesn't have a time listed in WebAdvisor and says “Internet Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced” that means it is likely an online class with no specific times you need to log in to class (which is also referred to as an asynchronous class). Make sure to always check the “Important Class Notes” in WebAdvisor by clicking on the blue class title to double check any times or notes that may be listed. Some hybrid and online classes have a few specific times you’ll need to attend but that will be listed in the class notes.

Yes, it’s definitely not too late to add more classes or switch classes. After 5pm on 1/7, you will not be able to register for a full semester class online so make sure to either email the professor of the class you wish to add or attend the class in person to ask whether there is room. For instructions on how to add classes, visit the Registration Help page.

Online registration and waitlists close at 5pm on 1/7. If you were still on the waitlist for a class prior to that time, contact the professor by email (online or hybrid classes) or in class (in-person classes) to see if an add code is available. Let the instructor know you were on the waitlist as those students receive priority if there is room in the class. For instructions on how to add classes, visit the Registration Help page. 

Some professors may email your school email address with more information on the class, but that isn’t an official practice. The best way to learn more about your online or hybrid classes is to log on to Canvas on the first day of class and click on the courses tab. Some professors may not publish the Canvas course right away so don’t be worried if it isn’t there before the start of class. If the class is in-person, just show up at the time and location listed on WebAdvisor on the first day of your class.

Visit the Class Schedule page to view our open class list or use our Course Search tool. 

You can visit your instructor’s office hours or visit the Tutorial Center. The Tutorial Center offers tutorial services both in-person and online. Visit the Tutorial Center  for more information.  

Many labs are in person this fall. If they are, they will be listed in the “Important Class Notes” in WebAdvisor

Yes, currently masks are required for all people entering campus, regardless of vaccination status. We have masks available at the Welcome Center in AC1 if you need one as well as at our Welcome Week tables during the first week of classes. 

Yes! Crush Cards are available for $10. Visit the Crush Card page for instructions on how to purchase your student ID and take your picture. 

Yes! Visit the Library page for the different technology available including laptops, wifi hotspots (if you’re wifi isn’t great at home!) as well as headsets and more! Instructions on how to check these out are on the page – make sure to ask quickly as our items are first come, first served. 

The library in AC2 is open, check out the Library webpage for hours of operation. You can also chat live with a librarian, make an appointment for research help, or check out technology such as a laptop, webcam, personal hotspot, calculator, and headphones.

You can pick up your textbooks at our CCC Bookstore or visit the Bookstore webpage to purchase your textbooks online. You can also use the “My Bookstore” link in Canvas which will immediately give you a list of books needed for the classes you are enrolled in. 

The Crush Café will be open daily from 7:30am to 3:00pm. We also have great food options close to campus including a daily selection of food trucks at Enzo’s Table just down the street at Willow and Shepard. 

We also have the Crush Pantry available FREE to all currently enrolled students. The Crush Pantry is open Tuesday and Thursday from 10am-3pm at the Herndon Campus. Visit the Crush Pantry webpage for additional information. 

No, parking is FREE for the spring 2022 semester. You may park in any open parking stall as long as it it not designated for staff. 

We do! We offer free shuttle services to transport students between Clovis Community College and the Herndon Campus and between Clovis Community College and Riverpark. You will just need to have a current Student ID Card. Please visit the following sites for schedule information: Herndon Campus Shuttle; River Park Shuttle.

FAX Bus route 3 now provides service to Clovis Community College! Visit the FAX Bus website for schedule and route details. 

Yes! Applications for financial aid can still be submitted by completing a FAFSA or Dream Act application. Classes may even be free for first time students regardless of your financial need! For more information, visit the Financial Aid webpage.