Choose a password and activate your email account. Click “Reset Password” and then click on the “Begin Password Self-Service” button.
Download the Navigate App
Navigate is FCC’s mobile advisor that will guide you from orientation to graduation! Download “Navigate Student” on the App Store or Google Play. Learn More
Sign up for FCC Alert to receive information about campus emergencies and weather related closings.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1st for priority consideration. Our FAFSA school code is 002071. Need help? Contact Financial Aid at 301-846-2620.
Students can apply for fall semester scholarships from April 1- June 30, and spring semester scholarships from November 1- December 31.
Send official transcripts to Registration and Records, 7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD 21702. We accept College/University, Military (JST), College credit high school programs, SAT, ACT, CLEP, DSST, IB, or AP. Check with the sender for directions on sending official documents. Plan to have these sent to the College at least four weeks prior to your academic advising session to allow sufficient time for evaluation. For questions, contact [email protected].
Connect with us!
Complete an online new student orientation.
Complete Reading, Writing, and Math placement testing. There is no cost to take the ACCUPLACER placement tests. You may be exempt from one or more placement tests based on your recent ACT, SAT, PARCC/MCAP, IB, AP, previous ACCUPLACER scores, or other college readiness scores/measures. Send exemptions to [email protected].
Download a free study guide to prepare for the test at guides.frederick.edu/testing. If you need request any accommodations for placement testing, please contact Disability Access Services in advance at 301.846.2408.
Your advisor will help you select and register for classes. Make an appointment early, as these sessions fill quickly. Specialty advisors are available for veterans and military members and their dependents, individuals with a disability, multicultural students, and single parents/displaced homemakers.
You can also meet with Career Services to explore majors and career options.
Log in to PeopleSoft and go to the student center to register for classes. Schedules are available at frederick.edu/schedules.
Pay for Classes
FCC offers three payment options:
- Pay in full online through PeopleSoft or in person at Student Accounts. Partial payments will not save your seat.
- Sign up for a deferred payment plan through PeopleSoft. This will divide your tuition bill into monthly payments automatically using a credit card, checking, or savings account.
- Financial Aid must exceed tuition and fees and be awarded on your PeopleSoft account prior to the payment deadline to save your seat. Sign up for the Pending Aid Payment Plan through PeopleSoft while your financial aid is being processed.
Visit frederick.edu/studentaccounts for a complete list of payment due dates.
Most refunds are processed by BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. Visit this link for more information: https://bankmobiledisbursements.com/refundchoices.
Get a Student ID and Parking Pass
Bring a photo ID to Registration & Records to receive your official FCC Student ID. Your student ID allows you to access the library, computer labs, and other services on campus.
Order your books online through the FCC Bookstore. Financial aid can be used to purchase books in the FCC Bookstore if the amount of funds awarded is greater than tuition and fee charges.
All recent high school graduates are expected to participate in the New Student and Parent Convocation. This free program will be added to your student schedule and will appear as (CONV).
Stop in the Office of Student Leadership & Engagement to learn how you can be involved in student clubs and leadership programs.
Review your schedule; note your instructors’ names and class locations.
Visit the Bess and Frank Gladhill Learning Commons for academic support services available to help you succeed (i.e. tutoring, study skills, research help).