Typically, Central Texas College assigns a representative to each Education Center or CTC office where a program is conducted. Information on registration, term dates, evaluations, programs offered and related questions should be directed to the local Central Texas College representative at the Education Center, Navy College Office, or to the local Central Texas College office.

Check with your local CTC representative to determine if online registration through Eagle Self-Service is available at your location. Distance learners should contact if there is not a CTC representative in your area.

NOTE You are only eligible to receive Title IV funding (Pell, loans, SEOG, etc.) for classes that start and end between the traditional semester dates and are required on your current degree plan. Example: For the Fall 2021 semester, classes must start and end between August 16-December 31, 2021.

Course Schedules

CTC conducts an academic year starting and ending in August. Courses are usually offered through five, eight-week terms but start/end dates and course lengths may vary at different locations to meet military schedules. Consult your local schedule for times and dates of registration and class offerings.

Online courses are available to anyone. Distance learning course offerings generally start on a monthly basis with varying course lengths. Distance learning course offerings are available for view on the CTC Distance Learning website and through Self Service (formerly WebAdvisor) accessed through the official CTC web site.

Officially enrolled distance learning students receive a welcome confirmation email sent to the student’s CTC EagleMail account with instructions for getting started.

Registration Procedures

After completion of admissions and academic advising, the following must be completed before you are considered officially enrolled and permitted to start your course.

  1. Register for your classes through CTC’s online Self Service (formerly WebAdvisor). Go to, select Student Tools, and choose WebAdvisor. If you are unable to register through WebAdvisor, complete the “eForm” “Continental and International Campuses Registration.” Eforms can be accessed through the Student Tools link on the CTC main webpage.
  2. Pay tuition and any fees at the time of enrollment. You are responsible for submitting approved military tuition assistance forms and other third-party sponsorship forms. Servicemembers using Army Tuition Assistance (TA) register through CTC. After registration, go to the ArmyIgnitED website and validate your class enrollments for tuition assistance
  3. If you are using VA education benefits through CTC, please ensure you submit the Veterans Enrollment Certificate (VEC) request “eForm” to the appropriate CTC office. A new VEC must be submitted each term and each time you change your schedule.

NOTE If approved for Title IV federal financial aid, you are only eligible to receive financial aid (PELL, loans, SEOG, etc.) for classes that are on your degree plan and start and end within the official college semester. Fall 2021 (August 16-December 31), Spring 2022 (January 1-May 15), and Summer 2022 (May 16-August 14).

Late Registration and Adding or Dropping Classes

Late registering, adding, or dropping classes is available for a limited time only and is based on CTC policies and/or the applicable U.S. branch of service policies. Consult local class schedules for exact dates. Students who complete registration after classes begin are not excused from meeting attendance or academic requirements and must arrange with the instructor to make up missed classes. Registering late does not guarantee you will be able to make up or extend the due date for missed and upcoming assignments. Students requesting late enrollment in online courses are responsible for communicating with their instructor regarding any missed assignments for the courses. Students using Veterans education benefits must have schedule changes approved by the CTC Veterans Services office.

Students are required to submit a new Veterans Enrollment Certificate (VEC) to the CTC Veterans Services office when “adding” a new course. Students who drop a course using Veterans education benefits could be in debt to the Veteran Affairs.

Withdrawal or Early Dismissal from School - Veterans

Students using Veterans education benefits could be in debt to the Veterans Affairs for withdrawal or early dismissal from school.

Official Enrollment

To gain admission to classes, you must complete the published registration procedure each term, including payment of all tuition and fees. No one is officially enrolled until all tuition and fees have been paid in full. Students who withdraw are not entitled to remain in class on an unofficial basis. Only those students who are officially enrolled may attend classes.

Government-Issued Photo Identification Requirement - Alaska

The state of Alaska requires institutions to verify each student’s identity by requiring the student to present a government-issued photo identification card prior to instruction. CTC must maintain a legible copy of the documentation in the student’s file. If you are attending a CTC location outside Alaska, please check with your CTC site representative to determine if a government-issued photo identification is required at your location.