Apply and Enroll
We are here to help you! Please follow the below steps, and if at any time you need help, reach out to our Academic Counselor, Gwyer Schuyler, for support - firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Apply to SBCC
Completing an SBCC application is the first step to getting started in the HIT/CIM Program.
When applications are available:
Spring Semester -- Application available in early October
Summer and Fall Semesters -- Application available in early January
- If you sit out a Fall or Spring semester, you must re-apply for the next future semester.
- If you will be starting with SBCC in a Summer term, you should submit separate applications for both Summer and Fall terms.
- After you apply to the college, you can then apply for Financial Aid.
2. Log Into Pipeline, Look up your Student ID Number, Look up Your Registration Appointment Time, and Check for Holds
- Within one hour, you will be able to log into Pipeline, the student registration system.
- Go to 'Registration', then to 'Check Your Pre-Registration Requirements and Registration Appointment' (your student ID number is listed along with your name on the right hand side of the screen).
- This screen will show you whether you have holds on your registration (see below) as well as the earliest date and time that you will be able to register.
- Registration dates are posted in late October for Spring registration and in late March for Summer/Fall registration.
- Depending on the information on your application, you may be subject to holds on your registration. To clear the holds, you will need to do the following:
3. If you are pursuing...
- the Associate's degree, order official transcripts from all colleges attended following these instructions.
- the Medical Coding Specialist Certificate, we only require official transcripts if there is specific coursework that applies to Certificate requirements.
4. If you have a disability, contact the Disability Services office
You may be eligible for additional support in class as well as early priority registration dates to enroll. Visit the Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS) webpage to learn more.
5. Reach out to our Academic Counselor for Help Selecting Classes
Our Academic Counselor, Gwyer Schuyler, will build a semester-by-semester educational
plan for you that factors in any transfer coursework, course sequencing/prerequisites,
and whether you plan to be a full time or part time student. Review our course load guidelines, then fill out this survey. For questions, or if you need further assistance, please email Gwyer at email@example.com.
6. Register for Classes
Prepare to register for your classes by reviewing the schedule of classes, choose the classes that you want to register for, and write down their CRN numbers.
On or after your registration date, log into Pipeline, click on "Register for Classes," then go to 'Register, Add, or Drop Classes'. Enter
the CRN numbers into the ADD WORKSHEET screen. Be sure to pay for the courses ASAP
7. Pay for Your Classes
8. Prepare for your Classes and Order your Books
Review the next steps to prepare for your classes. Textbooks will be available for online order approximately two weeks before the semester begins. You will also receive a welcome
email from the HIT/CIM Department to your Pipeline email with further details.