Spring Semester: registration begins the last Tuesday of October.
Summer and Fall Semesters: registration begins the last Tuesday of March.
NOTE: New students, returning students (absent from IECC for two or more years), and IECC graduates must complete the admission process before registering.
All entering freshmen should register and attend the new student orientation session scheduled by the college if they are enrolled in a degree or certificate program.
Ways to Register
Visit one of our Registration and Records Offices located within the Student Services Building/Offices.
You must have an active Entrata account, a registration PIN (Personal Identification Number), and be 18 years of age. Click here for online registration steps. NOTE: Not all courses are available for online registration. Courses that are less than seven days in length (ex. RST 1601 and EPP 1203), courses that have individual start and end dates, or courses that have special registration requirements or restrictions are not available in Student Self-Service.
Mail or Phone
Call your college’s Registration and Records Office to make arrangements to complete a mail or phone registration. Registration is complete when your registration form is returned to the Registration and Records Office.
Registration Information by Student Type and/or Course Type
Certificate/Degree-Seeking Students for CREDIT Courses
Make an advisement appointment with your academic advisor and meet every semester prior to registration. Register by any method identified above. To register online, your advisor will give you a registration PIN.
Non-Certificate/Non-Degree-Seeking or Transient Students for CREDIT Courses
Register by any method identified above. To register online, contact your college’s Registration and Records Office for a registration PIN. Courses with prerequisites must be approved by an academic advisor.
Personal Interest NON-CREDIT Courses
Register in person, by mail or phone. (Online Self-Service is in the trial stage at Frontier - students there may contact the Registration and Records Office for a registration PIN.)
Adult Education Courses
The admission and registration processes are coordinated with the Registration and Records Office. Click here to learn more about Adult Education.
Workforce Education Courses
The admission and registration processes are coordinated with the Registration and Records Office. Click here to learn more about Workforce Education.
Notice for Online Students living outside of Illinois, click here for important information.
High School Students
- Dual Enrollment – A current high school student registered for an evening course; no high school credit earned.) Registration is completed in conjunction with the admission process in the Registration and Records office. It's highly recommended that you meet with an academic advisor prior to registration. If you are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian signature is required to complete your registration.
- Dual Credit Students – A current high school junior or senior registered for a college course that earns both high school and college credit for that course. Registration is completed in conjunction with the admission process. Dual Credit registration is held at the high schools coordinated by the high school guidance counselors and the IECC Registration and Records Office.
If you have questions or need guidance through the registration process, please contact the Registration and Records Office at your college.