College Now students smile for a picture by Cedar Lake

Course Advising and Registration

  1. Admission Requirements
  2. College Credit Plus (Ohio)
  3. Family Pay Option
  4. College Now in the Classroom
  5. Summer Scholars
  6. Courses
  7. Costs
  8. Deadlines
  9. Accepted Students
  10. Contact Us
  • Deadlines
    View registration deadlines.
  • Course Advising
    If you attend a public or private high school, consult your high school guidance counselor to be certain courses chosen will meet high school graduation requirements and that you will maintain athletic eligibility, if applicable. Schedule an advising conversation with your College Now program adviser.
  • Sign the Financial Responsibility Agreement
    Before you can be registered, you must sign the Financial Responsibility Agreement. Log in using the user name and password that you created when you applied for admission. Select the term for which you will be enrolling. Click through the end of the agreement. All students must sign the agreement. If you have problems accessing the agreement, contact your program adviser
  • Registration
    Print and complete the Family Pay Option Course Request Form (CRF) with appropriate signatures. Instructions for returning the form are on the last page of the CRF. Following registration, your program adviser will email you to confirm your registration.
  • All students are registered on a first-come, first served basis. Your course choice is not guaranteed until you receive confirmation of registration by email.
    Degree-seeking students at Cedarville University have course selection priority, and high school students are registered on a space-available basis. Cedarville University reserves the right to cancel classes, to change instructors, and to limit registration in courses. 
  • Continuing in the Program
    Students must maintain a minimum Cedarville University GPA of 2.0 to continue in the program. Once accepted, students do not need to complete a new application to register for a subsequent semester, even if they skip a semester.


Contact your program advisor