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Classes start January 11 SPRING 2021 REGISTRATION GUIDE


SPRING ACADEMIC CALENDAR Important Dates

First Seven-Week Session

Open Registration begins for Spring 2021 ................................. Nov 2

Classes begin.....................................................................................................Jan 11

Registration and payment due dates..............................................See pg. 12

Add/Drop......................................................................................................Jan 11–13

Date to submit required Financial Aid documents to ensure payment by 1st due date Spring 2021.....................................Nov 15

Last day to add class.....................................................................................Jan 13

First day to charge books to Financial Aid Spring 2021................................................................................................ Jan 4

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”........................................................................................Feb 9

Adjunct Faculty Convocation.......................................................................Jan 7 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (college closed).................Jan 18 Last day to return textbooks for fall refund (with receipt, in original condition)..........................................................Jan 19 Deadline for graduation applications Spring 2021.......................................................................................................Jan 29 Last day to submit online applications for Reynolds Scholarships 2021–2022.................................................................................Mar 1

Last day to drop with refund......................................................................Jan 15

Classes end..................................................................................................... March 1

Second Seven-Week Session Classes begin................................................................................................March 9 Add/Drop..................................................................................................March 9–11 Last day to add class.................................................................................March 11 Last day to drop with refund................................................................March 22

FAFSA submission priority date Summer 2021...................................Mar 15

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”.................................................................................... April 13

Spring Break (no classes)......................................................Mar 15–20

Classes end........................................................................................................ May 3

Classified Professional Development Day (no services)................. Mar 16

First Five-Week Session

Last day to charge textbooks to Financial Aid Spring 2021.......................................................................................................Mar 22

Classes begin.....................................................................................................Jan 11 Add/Drop......................................................................................................Jan 11–12

Domicile Appeals deadline Summer 2021............................................April 1

Last day to add class.....................................................................................Jan 12

Federal Direct Load application submission date to ensure payment by due date Summer 2021...................................April 1

Last day to drop with refund......................................................................Jan 14

Date to submit required Financial Aid documents to ensure payment by 1st due date Summer 2021.......................... April 15 Grades Due........................................................................................................May 4 Faculty Professional Development Day................................................May 12 Employee Recognition and Awards Program.....................................May 13 Graduation, VCU Siegel Center.................................................................May 16

Regular Session (15 Weeks) Classes begin.....................................................................................................Jan 11

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”.........................................................................................Feb 1 Classes end....................................................................................................... Feb 15

Second Five-Week Session Classes begin................................................................................................... Feb 16 Add/Drop.................................................................................................... Feb 16–17 Last day to add class.....................................................................................Feb 17 Last day to drop with refund..................................................................... Feb 19

Add/Drop......................................................................................................Jan 11–15

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”................................................................................... March 8

Last day to add class.....................................................................................Jan 15

Classes end..................................................................................................March 29

Last day to drop with refund.....................................................................Jan 26

Third Five-Week Session

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”.................................................................................March 22

Classes begin............................................................................................. March 30

Classes end.................................................................................................... April 26 Examination period...................................................................... April 27–May 3

Twelve-Week Session

Add/Drop...............................................................................................March 30-31 Last day to add class................................................................................March 31 Last day to drop with refund.....................................................................April 2

Classes begin.....................................................................................................Feb 2

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”.................................................................................... April 19

Add/Drop.......................................................................................................Feb 2–5

Classes end........................................................................................................ May 3

Last day to add class......................................................................................Feb 5 Last day to drop with refund..................................................................... Feb 12

Check reynolds.edu for most current academic calendar.

Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”................................................................................ March 30 Classes end........................................................................................................ May 3

Ten-Week Session Classes begin................................................................................................... Feb 16 Add/Drop....................................................................................................Feb 16–19 Last day to add Class................................................................................... Feb 19 Last day to drop with refund.................................................................... Feb 25 Last day to withdraw* from class with a grade of “W”......................................................................................April 5 Classes end........................................................................................................ May 3

Don’t miss an email! Did you know you can configure your VCCS student email accounts on mobile devices? You can access your email account from your mobile device in order to stay in touch with Reynolds faculty, staff, and other students. reynolds.edu/mobile


Table of Contents 6 Easy Steps to Get Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

1. Apply & Log On MyReynolds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

2. Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

3. Explore Careers

Majors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Transfer Degree Majors & Short-Term Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

4. Direct Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

5. Get Advised . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

6. Register & Pay

How to Register & Pay Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13–14

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Hours of Operation Your safety remains our top priority. Most of our classes will continue online this spring, with limited in-person instruction for select classes. All services are available virtually and in person. View our current hours at reynolds.edu/hours.

Reynolds Community College does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, family medical history or genetic information, military service, national origin, parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, or any other non–merit based factor. Reynolds offers programs under its open admissions policy. Admission to select vocational programs is based on a separate application process that is nondiscriminatory. For the full policy and a list of select programs, visit reynolds.edu.

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6 Easy

STEPS To Get Started

New Students begin with step 1 - Apply. | Returning students begin with step 5 - Get Advised.

Apply and log on to MyREYNOLDS within 24 hours to activate your account.

1. APPLY & LOG ON

Apply to Reynolds at reynolds.edu and receive your Empl ID (student ID) and username. Save this information! You will need both to log on and create a MyREYNOLDS account within 24 hours of applying. Otherwise, your password will expire and you will have to call (804) 371-3000 to reset. Log on to reynolds.edu > MyREYNOLDS > Student Information System (SIS) > Student Center. Time-sensitive information is sent here, and to your personal email account used on the application. It is important to check these often.

Apply for Financial Aid.

2. FINANCIAL AID

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at studentaid.gov by the priority deadlines: April 15 for fall semester, and Sept 15 for spring semester. Use the Reynolds Federal School code: 003759. For more information visit reynolds.edu/financialaid. To be considered for financial aid, you must apply each year. The Reynolds Scholarship Office offers more than 100 private scholarships. Apply for any scholarship using the online common application. Applications are accepted between December 1 and March 1. Visit reynolds.edu/scholarships.

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Explore career pathways to stay on track. Reynolds offers over 80 exciting programs and career paths. Check out the Navigate icon in your MyREYNOLDS account to see your path based on the program or major you selected. If you are undecided, or do not see your program in Navigate, go to reynolds.edu and view Majors A to Z.

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4. DIRECT ENROLLMENT

Direct enrollment will maximize your success in college-level math and English classes. This will help you complete your college studies in less time, saving more money. Go to reynolds.edu/directenrollment and learn how to enroll in the math and English class/es best suited for you. Self-placement and enrollment criteria are based on things like how many years you’ve been out of high school, your GPA, and other transcript details.

Attend Orientation & Get Advised. New students get advised by registering for a live virtual Student Orientation And Registration (SOAR) session through our orientation website and will need to complete a virtual Go2Reynolds online orientation component prior to their SOAR session. Sign up at reynolds.edu/orientation and go2reynolds.com.

5. GET ADVISED

Returning students are advised by meeting with an advisor before registering for class. All students can set up advising appointments using Navigate in their MyREYNOLDS account. Students with 0-15 credits, contact advising@reynolds.edu or call (804) 523-5359. Students with 16 or more credits, see your academic program advisor. To find your advisor, email advising@reynolds.edu or call (804) 523-5359. For more information on advising services, visit reynolds.edu/advising.

Register & Pay for classes! Register and create your class schedule by logging on to MyREYNOLDS > SIS. Register early to get the classes you need and the schedule you want.

6. REGISTER & PAY

Pay for your classes. For the most current tuition and payment due dates, visit reynolds.edu/tuition. Pay online through MyREYNOLDS > SIS or in-person at any campus Business Office. To check your financial aid award status, log on to MyREYNOLDS > SIS. For information about payment plans, refunds, or paying with a scholarship, savings plan, or other third-party sponsor, visit reynolds.edu/businessoffice. NOTE: You will receive a reynolds.edu email account after you register. For financial aid help call toll-free 1 (855) 874-6682. For all other help call (804) 523-6464 or email enroll@reynolds.edu.

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1. APPLY & LOG ON

LOG ON TO MyREYNOLDS MyREYNOLDS provides a common point of entry to access Canvas, Navigate, Student Email, Student Information System (SIS) and to manage account information using one log on and one password. Users must look up their Username, Empl ID, and set their password the first time they access their accounts. Forgot Username and EMPLID?

Viewing your Directory Information

1. Go to reynolds.edu and click MyREYNOLDS. 2. Click Forgot Username.

1. On the main MyREYNOLDS page, click the View my Information tab near the top left portion of the page (the tab should be highlighted in black).

Enter User Information 1. Click the I’m not a robot box, click Continue. 2. Enter your first and last name, and date of birth. 3. Enter one of the following: your Empl ID or social security number. 4. Click Next. 5. Click the correct button if you know or do not know your password and click Next.

Forgot your Password? 1. Go to reynolds.edu and click MyREYNOLDS. 2. Click Forgot Password. 3. Enter your VCCS username. Click Submit. 4. Answer three of your five security questions. Click Submit after you answer your third question. 5. Enter your new password and confirm it. Click Submit. 6. Verify that you see a successful password change message.

2. Y  our directory information will be shown.

Setting your Security Questions and Answers for the First Time When you login to MyREYNOLDS for the very first time, you will be prompted to set your account recovery settings. Do not skip this step. 1. Enter your current password, if prompted. 2. Click on Get Started under the Account Recovery Settings area. 3. Enter your five questions and the answers. 4. Click Submit to update your questions and answers to the system. 5. Click Return to Homepage. 6. Click Yes to continue.

MyREYNOLDS Applications Each time you login to MyREYNOLDS, you’ll see a list of VCCS applications represented as icons. Click the icon to access that application.

Passwords must be 8 to 32 characters in length, include at least one lowercase letter (a-z), one uppercase letter (A-Z), one number (0-9) and one special character (!, @, #, etc.).

If you can’t find your Username and Empl ID, or don’t have an available term for enrollment, call the Reynolds Information Center at (804) 371-3000. For more information visit reynolds.edu and click Technology Support.

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d File early aynear! renew each APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID |

2. FINANCIAL AID

reynolds.edu/financialaid

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check your The financial aid process may take up to eight weeks. Plan ahead and complete your message center FAFSA as soon as possible beginning October 1. in MyREYNOLDS Students are encouraged to apply between October and April and follow up with for updates! Reynolds to ensure everything is completed by May. Log on to MyREYNOLDS > SIS to view your award status. For priority, be sure your FAFSA is completed and submitted by: March 15 | Summer 2021 April 15 | Fall 2021 Applications received after this date will be processed in date order after all priority applications have been reviewed. This means you may have to pay for tuition and books from personal funds while awaiting a reply from the Office of Financial Aid regarding your eligibility for financial aid. You must apply annually at studentaid.gov.

SUBMIT YOUR FEDERAL STAFFORD LOAN REQUEST FORM TO A FINANCIAL AID OFFICE BY: SPRING SEMESTER Recommended deadline: April 1 Final deadline: July 1

FALL SEMESTER Recommended deadline: July 1 Final deadline: October 1

Submit your form in person, email to finaid@reynolds.edu, or fax to (804) 371-3739. The form is located at reynolds.edu/financialaid. Click the Forms/Documents tab.

APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS |

reynolds.edu/scholarships

The online scholarship application is open annually December 1–March 1. There’s only one application for all available Reynolds scholarships.

Q: How do I see my bill? A: Ensure that your preferences are set to J. Sargeant Reynolds CC. Log into MyREYNOLDS to access SIS then navigate to your Student Center. Scroll down to Finances. If the community college listed is NOT J. Sargeant Reynolds CC, click on the User Preferences link to change your preferences to J. Sargeant Reynolds CC. To ensure the proper balance is showing, click the Account Inquiry link. This action triggers recalculation of tuition and fees.

Q: When can I pay for my books with financial aid? A: Financial aid recipients may charge books to their aid from May 10–June 1, 2021 for spring classes. Visit reynolds.edu/bookstore.

Q: If I have a financial aid question, whom can I call? A: For 24-hour student account and financial aid support please call 1 (855) 874-6682 or visit reynolds.edu/24-HourHelp

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3. EXPLORE CAREERS

MAJORS

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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY & SKILLED TRADES Architectural & Engineering Technology AAS Contemporary Technology for Design Building Construction Management Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair CSC Automotive Technology C Business Admininistration AS T Computer-Aided Design Specialist CSC Diesel Mechanics Technology C Engineering AS T Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology CSC Welding - Advanced CSC Welding CSC

COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES American Sign Language CSC American Sign Language – English Interpretation AAS Early Childhood Development AAS Early Childhood Development C Early Childhood Education CSC Early Childhood Education – Advanced CSC Human Services AAS Liberal Arts AA T Science AS T Social Sciences AS T Substance Abuse Counseling Education CSC

BUSINESS Accounting AAS Accounting C Accounting CSC Business Administration AS T Business - Entrepreneurship in Small Business CSC eCommerce CSC Horticulture Technology AAS Management AAS Small Business Management Retail Management

CULINARY ARTS, HORTICULTURE & SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

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Culinary – Food and Beverage Operations CSC Culinary – Foundations of Culinary Technique CSC Culinary Arts AAS Culinary Arts Pastry Arts Culinary Management Culinary Fundamentals CSC Floral Design CSC Horticulture Technology AAS Science AS T Sustainable Agriculture CSC

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HEALTH PROFESSIONS Advanced Medical Coder CSC (Health Information Management)

Central Sterile Technician CSC Dental Assisting C Emergency Medical Services – Emergency Medical Technician CSC Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic AAS Health Information Management AAS Health Science I CSC Medical Laboratory Technology AAS Medical Records Coder CSC (Health Information Management)

Nursing AAS Opticianry AAS Opticians Apprentice CSC Pharmacy Technician CSC Practical Nursing C Release of Health Information Specialist CSC (Health Information Management)

Respiratory Therapy AAS Science AS T LAW & PUBLIC SAFETY Administration of Justice AAS Criminal Justice CSC Emergency Medical Services – Emergency Medical Technician CSC Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic AAS Liberal Arts AA T Paralegal Studies AAS General Practice Litigation Social Sciences AS T

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SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH Architectural and Engineering Technology AAS Computer-Aided Design Specialist CSC Engineering AS T Chemical/Biomedical Engineering Electrical/Computer Engineering Mechanical/General Engineering Information Systems Technology AAS Information Systems Technology Computer Programmer CSC Cyber Security CSC Network Administration CSC Cloud Computing CSC Computer Applications CSC Computer Applications Fundamentals CSC Network Fundamentals CSC Web Development CSC Science AS T

Abbreviations AAS | Associate of Applied Science  AA | Associate of Arts  AS | Associate of Science  C | Certificate  CSC | Career Stud ies Certificate Mgt = Management Spec = Specialization T  Students interested in transferring to a four-year institution in these program areas should consult an advisor concerning the choice of degree program and course selection to ensure successful transfer to the intended transfer institution.

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3. EXPLORE CAREERS

BY TRANSFER DEGREE Reynolds has many guaranteed transfer agreements with four–year public and private colleges and universities. Students interested in this transfer opportunity, or transferring in general, should contact a Reynolds transfer advisor via email transfer@reynolds.edu or by calling (804) 523-5900 to make an appointment. Consult your faculty advisor upon program entry for further guidance. Business Administration AS Engineering AS Chemical/Biomedical specialization Electrical/Computer specialization Mechanical/General specialization General Education C General Studies AS Liberal Arts AA American Sign Language/Deaf Studies specialization Teacher Preparation Specialization

Sciences AS Science specialization Computer Science specialization Mathematics specialization Mathematics/Science Teacher Preparation specialization Social Sciences AS Pre-Social Work specialization Teacher Preparation specialization

SHORT-TERM TRAINING Reynolds Community College partners with the Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA) to offer short-term training and workforce credentials that help move people into high-demand jobs quickly. For the person looking for a new job, nothing gives you a better chance of landing that job than having the required industry credential. CCWA offers many workforce credential programs, some at Reynolds and others at John Tyler Community College. These short-term courses are delivered in an intensive, short-term format, and focused on industries that may have a shortage of workers and high demand for new applicants. Known as FastForward, these programs have a goal to fast-track individuals to earn a credential that results in a good paying job. Financial support is available for the following programs: Programs with FastForward support • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

AWS Certified Solutions Architect (Associate) AWS Cloud Practitioner Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) Clinical Medical Assistant Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) CompTIA Security+ CompTIA Network+ CompTIA Linux+ CompTIA A+ Customer Service & Sales Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Manufacturing Technician 1 (MT1) Medical Coding NCCER* CORE Construction NCCER* Electrical 1 NCCER* HVAC 1

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NCCER Heavy Equipment Nurse Aide Pharmacy Technician

VDOT Certifications • • • • • • • • • •

Bridge Preservation New Structures and Bridges Central Mix Aggregate Plant Intermediate Work Zone Traffic Control Site Manager Plan Reading Documentation & Record Keeping Surveying Roadway & Drainage Structures & Bridges

EDUCATE VA •

Teacher Licensure

For more information contact careercoach@ccwa.vccs.edu or (804) 523-2292. * National Center for Construction Education and Research

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4. DIRECT ENROLLMENT

WHY DIRECT ENROLLMENT? Direct enrollment will maximize your success in college-level math and English classes. This will help you complete your college studies in less time, saving more money. Go to reynolds.edu/directenrollment and learn how to enroll in the math and English class/es best suited for you. Self-placement or enrollment criteria are based on things like how many years you’ve been out of high school, your GPA, and other transcript details.

HOW DO I ENROLL IN ENGLISH & MATH? The graphic below describes the direct enrollment process. The questionnaire is not a test but rather a tool that your advisor will use to help you enroll in the correct course for your chosen major.

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5. GET ADVISED

ACADEMIC ADVISING |

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reynolds.edu/advising

New Student Advising First-time students, new to Reynolds, planning to enroll in courses will receive academic advising through a required new student orientation (SOAR). This orientation will prepare you for a successful start of the first semester. To schedule your orientation, please visit reynolds.edu/orientation. First-Year Advising (0-15 credit hours) Students with 0-15 credits will receive an email from FirstYearAdvising@Reynolds.edu early in their first semester. This email will provide you with the name of your academic advisor. It is important to schedule your appointment as soon as possible once you receive that email communication. This will ensure you get an appointment that works with your schedule and will prepare you to register for classes once registration opens. Program Advising Students with 16 or more credit hours should schedule an appointment at least once a semester with their assigned faculty advisor for program guidance and to prepare for registration. This advisor is listed in your MyREYNOLDS account. Navigate is a tool available for students in MyREYNOLDS. Students can use it to help guide their academic and career path after applying to Reynolds. Research your own program of study and career exploration through an interactive questionnaire and real-time career data. It has useful functions including the ability to set up important reminders through text notifications. Students are able to set up advising appointments through the calendar scheduling feature.

CAREER & TRANSFER ADVISING | careers@reynolds.edu

reynolds.edu/transfer | reynolds.edu/career |

In addition to academic program advising, Reynolds provides career and transfer advising for students to provide assistance with career exploration and/or intend to transfer to a four-year college or university. Career & Transfer advisors are available to assist students with the development of specific academic plans that will easily transfer to the institution(s) of their choice. Make an appointment for transfer advising at transfer@reynolds.edu or (804) 523-5900. For career advising contact careers@reynolds.edu or (804) 523-5067.

STUDENT ACCOMMODATIONS Students with disabilities may contact the Office of Accommodations. Deaf or hard of hearing students may use the 711 Relay system with any Reynolds phone number. Downtown Campus | (804) 523-5628 Parham Road Campus | (804) 523-5290 Goochland Campus | (804) 523-5290 The Kitchens at Reynolds | (804) 523-5628

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6. REGISTER & PAY

SPRING 2021 REGISTRATION & PAYMENT DUE DATES Open Registration | Begins November 2, 2020

The first fall tuition payment is due Tuesday, December 8, 2020 Payment should be made by close of business if paying in person, or prior to midnight if paying by Nelnet® ePAY on MyREYNOLDS. If using the Nelnet®/TMS Payment Plan, the transaction must be successfully completed by payment deadlines prior to midnight. If you register December 16–January 7, payment deadline is January 7.

Classes Begin January 11 Add/Drop Period | January 11–15, 2021

Payment deadlines are each Tuesday and Thursday. Payment should be made by the close of business if paying in person, or prior to midnight if paying by Nelnet® ePAY on MyREYNOLDS. If using the Nelnet®/ TMS Payment Plan, the transaction must be successfully completed prior to midnight.

Later Starting Sessions

For classes that start after the Add/Drop Period for the regular 15-week session (after January 15), payment is due each Tuesday and Thursday if paying in person, or prior to midnight if paying by Nelnet® ePAY on MyREYNOLDS.

Spring tuition payment will be accepted beginning Nov 2.

IF YOU REGISTER Nov 2–Dec 15

PAYMENT DUE DATES

Dec 16–Jan 7

YOUR TUITION IS DUE BY Tuesday, Dec 15

by 5 p.m. on campus, 11:59 p.m. online

Tuesday, Jan 7

by 5 p.m. on campus, 11:59 p.m. online

Jan 8–12

Tuesday, Jan 12

Jan 13–Mar 31

Each Tuesday and Thursday by 5 p.m. on campus, 11:59 p.m. online

Your payment for tuition and fees for all of your classes must be made and settled in full according to the payment schedule. Students may lose some or all of desired classes if their tuition and fees are not paid in full. Financial aid only covers courses within your major.

ONLINE PAYMENTS MyREYNOLDS & NELNET®/TMS PAYMENT PLAN | Available 24/7

Please note credit/debit card transactions are assessed a service fee of up to 2.70% by Nelnet Business Solutions. Nelnet® ePay payments using a checking or savings account are not assessed a service fee. The Nelnet®/TMS Payment Plan enrollment for SPRING 2021 is available November 2 through January 15.

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6. REGISTER & PAY

Find Your Username, Empl ID and Set your Password 1.  Go to: reynolds.edu > Register for Classes > Technology Support. 2. Click MyREYNOLDS Accounts. 3. Follow the directions listed to find your Username, Empl ID and set your password. 4. Record your Username and Empl ID and keep in a safe place.

Log in to MyREYNOLDS 1. Go to reynolds.edu and click MyREYNOLDS. 2. Enter Username and Password. 3. Click Log In button. 4. Click SIS: Student Information System button. 5. Click the Student Center link in the folder group.

6.  In the different sections of the Student Center, click the Expand 4icon to show options or the Collapse 6icon to show more of the page.

Set Preferences 1. Scroll down to Personal Information. 2. Click User Preferences link. 3. Select “J. Sargeant Reynolds CC” from the Institution dropdown. 4. Select “Credit” from the Academic Career dropdown. 5. Click the magnifying glass beside the Term. 6. Select the term and year for which you are enrolling. 7. Click the magnifying glass beside Aid Year. 8. Select the current financial aid year. 9. Click Save to keep the values. 10. Click Student Center from the drop-down menu, click .

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Enroll in Classes 1. Click the Enroll link. 2. Key the 5-digit class number and click Enter. 3. If you need to search for the class number: • Select Class Search in the Find Classes area and click the Search button. • E  nter the subject and course number, if known, and click Search. • Click Select Class button. 4. Review class information and click Next button. 5. Check for success or error messages. 6.  Enter next class number for another class if desired. 7. Click Proceed to Step 2 of 3 button. 8. Click Finish Enrolling. 9. Check Status column (If you do not see aa, you are not enrolled).

View Schedule 1. In the Enroll area, click the My Class Schedule tab.

Pay Tuition 1. In the Finances area, click the Go to QuikPay link. 2. Click the Make Payment link. 3. Complete the Payment Amount and Method and click the Continue button. 4. Enter the additional required payment information and click the Continue button. 5. Click Submit. 6. Follow instructions on Payment Result page.

Sign Out 1. Click Sign Out. 2. Close browser window to end session. View Grades 1. In the Enroll area, click on Term Information. 2. Click Grades: View My Grades. Print Unofficial Transcript 1. In the My Academics area, click View My Unofficial Transcript. 2. Select J. Sargeant Reynolds CC from the Academic Institution drop-down list. 3. Select Unofficial from the Report Type drop-down. 4. Click the Go button and review results.

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PREPARE FOR CLASS View your schedule online in MyREYNOLDS > Navigate or SIS. You will need it to get your Reynolds ID to purchase your books if using financial aid. Visit reynolds.edu/bookstore. Attend class in person or online. Plan. Track. Graduate. Use the tools in MyREYNOLDS to track your progress and graduate on time. Learn how to use your online student planner and advising report. For video tutorials, visit reynolds.edu/track.

PREPARE FOR CLASS WITH CANVAS All students use Canvas (formerly Blackboard) to access course materials. You will find your Canvas account when you log on to MyREYNOLDS. One of the exciting features of Canvas is its easy to use app! The Canvas Student app allows you to access your course and groups through a mobile device. Students can view grades, due dates, and communicate through the app. It’s available for both Android and iOS devices. Be sure to download the Canvas app to your phone or tablet. Directions for using your Canvas app can be found at: reynolds.edu/canvasapp.

FREE ACADEMIC SUPPORT is available for you.

FREE

Tutoring support for mathematics, physics, and engineering students.

TO VIEW HOURS VISIT:

reynolds.edu/MathCentral

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ONLINE PEER TUTORING BY APPOINTMENT. DOWNTOWN | RM 329 (804) 523-5687 PARHAM ROAD | LIBRARY LOWER LEVEL (804) 523-5006

reynolds.edu/tutoring

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VETERANS RESOURCES Reynolds assists Veterans, active duty service members, guardsmen, reservists, and dependents, in making a successful transition into the Reynolds community. Our focus is supporting your success with academic services, including: advising on admissions, sharing available benefits, financial aid help, counseling and disability services, and guiding career transitions. If you are a member of a military family, and need help, contact: Veterans@Reynolds.edu Veterans Liaison (804) 523-5656 Parham Road Campus, Georgiadis Hall, Room 237 1651 East Parham Road, Richmond, Virginia 23228 Coordinator of Veteran Services (804) 523-5658 Downtown Campus, Room 105 700 East Jackson Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219

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The Writing Studio offers: • one-to-one lessons with Consultants in writing for students enrolled in any course. • help with the writing process; brainstorming, drafting, revising, and editing. • working space that is quiet, focused, and supportive. To find out other services provided, visit reynolds.edu/writing-studio. Please check out our FAQs page for more information on hours of operation.


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REYNOLDS STRATEGIC PRIORITIES INVEST Pursuing higher education is an investment in your future. As with any investment, going to school requires careful planning, continuous effort, and the strong resources to make informed decisions. SIMPLIFY College life isn’t always easy however — you have to balance your studies with your social life, complete your assignments on time, discovering new things about yourself and managing to stay on budget is not as easy as they sound.

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SUPPORT Reynolds is here to support you, and we are dedicated to providing the best learning environment for you. CONNECT Reynolds has 25+ groups, clubs, and associations that you can join to expand your opportunities and to meet amazing people, on and off-campus. There’s never going to be another time quite like college where you’re surrounded by thousands of amazingly smart and interesting people, so get to know the people you think will change the world someday. Center for Excellence (mentoring) | Employment Services | Internships | Leadership Programs| Student Life | Transfer and Careers | Veterans

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A new front door to Reynolds Community College

The Kitchens is the home of culinary arts, hospitality, and entrepreneurship at Reynolds. Located within walking distance of The Market @ 25th and Front Porch Cafe—one mile from our Downtown Campus—The Kitchens connects the East End community with a path to college. This includes a free student shuttle to the Downtown Campus with expanded class offerings like Business, Healthcare, Science, Technology, and more. Staff is available to answer questions about: • career options • quickest path to learn skills for a job • financial aid, including scholarships created for East End students • completing the free Reynolds application • how to get started to get ahead

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