Academic Advising Resources | Casper College, Wyoming

Academic Advising Resources

Registration for Fall 2018 begins April 6, 2018, for degree-seeking students 


1. Meet with your Advisor to pick out classes in MyCCInfo

2. Clear any holds

  • If you have any holds, you will be sent an email the week of March 19-21st with information on how to get them taken care of.

3. Know when you can register

  • Check your email for information on the specific date and time you are allowed to register. 

4. Log on to MyCCInfo and register (instructions on how to register in MyCCInfo)

General Studies Advising 

Mission statement: Casper College general studies advisors utilize a holistic approach when assisting undecided and exploratory students in their exploration of majors and careers, striving to empower students to take responsibility for their progress and success. 

I haven't chosen a major!

Contact the Student Success Center (307-268-2089) to meet with a General Studies advisor to discuss your interests and options (Gateway Center, 3rd floor). 

In the meantime, check out these websites to do some self-exploration:

I think I want to change my major...

 Visit a Student Success Coach or your Academic Advisor to discuss a possible major change, along with career options and graduation plans.  Call the Student Success Center at 307-268-2089 or stop in the Gateway Center, 3rd floor to make an appointment.  

Advising Information

Who is my academic advisor?

  • Your academic advisor is assigned to you during your first enrolled semester at Casper College and is normally a faculty member that teaches within your chosen major area.  To find out who your academic advisor is:
    • Log in to myCCinfo and find your advisor's name on your "My Progress" page  or
    • Call Enrollment Services at 307-268-2323.

What does my academic advisor do?

  • They will answer questions about possible careers, Bachelor's degrees,  internships, and help you get to graduation!  Your academic advisor will also help you choose which courses you should take in upcoming semesters.  

When do I see my academic advisor?

  • You should see your academic advisor at least once a semester.  By meeting with your academic advisor on a regular basis, you will know which courses are needed for you to graduate and decide on your next step, whether it be transferring to a 4 year college or going into the workforce.

I want to change my major.  How do I do that?