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Registering for college is an exciting time in your life, and although it may look different than in years past, we are committed to providing the best experience. Copiah-Lincoln Community College is striving to make sure you stay healthy and safe while still receiving a personalized experience as you transition to college. Our focus is to assist you in becoming further acquainted with Co-Lin and to guide you through the registration process.

Each of Co-Lin's campuses has specific registration information designed to best fit the needs of our students. Please select the campus you currently attend or plan to attend to find all the information you need about registration. 

Students only interested in Summer School

Students who are only interested in attending classes during Summer school can begin registering on April 16, 2020. You must complete the registration form here

On the registration form, you must provide an e-mail address that you check on a regular basis. You will receive further instructions through the e-mail you provide on how to register for a specific date and time for your personal virtual advisement session. It is also important to include the program of study you are most interested in.

Please see below Summer School terms and dates for 2020:

Maymester Formerly on-ground, now virtual synchronous May 18-29, 2020
June Term Co-Lin online classes* June 1-25, 2020
July Term Co-Lin online classes* July 6-30, 2020
Career Term TBA May 18-July 30, 2020
June 8 week term MSVCC online classes** June 1-July 24, 2020
July 4 week term MSVCC online classes** June 29-July 24, 2020

*Co-Lin online classes are classes taught by Co-Lin instructors and only offered to Co-Lin students.
**MSVCC online classes are taught by instructors from any of the 15 Mississippi community colleges and are open for students from all 15 community colleges to take.

To register for classes, you must have the following on file in the Office of Enrollment Services:

  • Application for admission
  • High school transcript or official GED/HSE scores
  • Official ACT scores. Students without ACT scores on file will take placement tests on the day of orientation.

Although you will be reserving a schedule for classes, you are not required to pay tuition and fees at orientation. If you wish to pay tuition and fees at this time, however, you may do so.