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Spring 2019 8-Week Session

We are offering an 8-week session that includes Online general core courses   All courses start March 25 and will end May 17.

Financial aid is available to those who qualify - contact the financial aid office for more information.

 

Steps to Apply & Register for 8-Week Term

Below are admissions steps that must be completed before you can register and pay for classes.

1. Apply online at http://application.clarendoncollege.edu/login.asp

  • You must answer every question; if any question is left blank the application will not be processed.  First-time users must click "Create an Account" after clicking on the application link.
  • You must submit the application when completed. Applications cannot be processed until they are submitted.

2. Submit Unofficial College Transcripts.

  • Send us your Unofficial College Transcripts from all previously attended colleges.  Unofficial transcripts can be uploaded via the Student Portal (visit this link for instructions on how to upload) or Fax these to 806-874-5080 OR scan and email them to admissions@clarendoncollege.edu.  Uploaded and e-mailed documents must be in PDF format.

3. Register.

  • Log into your student portal. Change term (located under your name in the upper left corner of screen) to SP 8WK-19.
  • Click on registration and select your classes.

4.   Payment.

  • Log into  your student portal, click on "my payment plan" and make payment.  To avoid being dropped from classes, payment must be made by March 28 at 4:30pm CDST.

5.  ALL Official College transcripts must be submitted.

  • Submit official college transcripts either by:
  • US Postal Service

    Clarendon College
    Attention:  Registrar
    P.O. Box 968
    Clarendon, TX 79226

  • Certified PDF transcripts emailed to: registrar@clarendoncollege.edu

  • If you are a first time college student, please have your official high school transcript sent by one of the methods previously listed.
    No grades will be released and your transcript will be on hold until this is in your record.