Step 1: Complete the Online Application
New students must complete the online application to gain admission. Next, you will need to select one of the eduKan consortium member colleges and contact their registrar to make sure you meet all of the requirements for admission.
You will also need to provide your “home” college registrar your high school or college transcripts, along with any other documentation and financial information needed including financial assistance or special needs you may have.
Steps 2 & 3: Login and Register for Courses
After you have completed the application, you will be assigned a login and password that you can use to select courses to enroll in. Need help logging in? Visit our technical support page.
You can find the course catalogs here along with the other information from general course information to semester dates for registering for courses.
- Prior to registering for courses, we recommend that all students speak with their “home” college’s advisor to review your goals and make sure you have the necessary prerequisites met for that course.
- Acceptance for admission to the College does not assure entrance into all courses or curricula. If you lack requirements for the program of your choice, you may become eligible by satisfactorily completing specified prerequisite courses. Please check with your admissions advisor at your “home” college.
- Order textbooks at least 7 days before your course starts. Your course may have digitally embedded textbooks which will eliminate the need to purchase any additional books.
- You may not register for more than 21 hours in any semester without approval of your selected college’s Dean or Vice President of Instruction.
- Finalize your enrollment no later than the Friday before your classes start to avoid any delays. You will see the term change from “eduKan Pending” to “eduKan Student” if everything is in order for the courses you have applied for.
Keep in mind that you will not gain access to your eduKan courses until the registration process has been completed at your “home” college including financial aide approvals and all necessary transcript and supporting documentation have been received and accepted.
Please contact your selected college advisor for more assistance by clicking here.