Records & Registration

Registration Events

New Student Registration Sessions are designed to help you register for your classes and provide you an opportunity to meet CLC faculty/staff and learn about helpful campus resources, services and student life activities.

Students attending these sessions must have completed the admission process prior to attending the session.

Sign up here for:

2024 Fall Semester New Student Registration Sessions (for Brainerd Campus Programs)

2024 Fall Semester New Student Registration Session (Staples Campus Programs)

Records and Registration Office

The Central Lakes College Records and Registration Office exists to support student learning and success through oversight of all CLC student records and data, management of the computerized registration and grading system, and evaluation of prior learning and graduation status. Team members aim to provide excellent customer service and work hard to ensure the integrity and accuracy of all student records. Most services offered by the Records & Registration Office are available on the Central Lakes College E-Services site.

The Central Lakes College Records and Registration team members strive to:

  • Conduct themselves with integrity, fairness, honesty, and respect for others
  • Avoid conflicts between personal interests and professional responsibilities, and resolve perceived conflicts through full disclosure and independent review
  • Provide complete, accurate, understandable, and truthful information and advice at all times
  • Serve and advance higher education by safeguarding the academic integrity of this institution
  • Protect the legitimate privacy interests of all individuals and maintain appropriate confidentiality of institutional and student education records
  • Advance institutional interests through the competent practice of the profession
  • Act as stewards and objective enforcers of institutional policies and practices
  • Promote broad and equal access to higher education for qualified students
  • Adhere to principles of nondiscrimination and equality within the framework of institutional mission and prevailing law
  • Ensure that information management systems protect and maintain the integrity, confidentiality, and security of institutional records
  • Provide accurate interpretations of institutional records
  • Remain knowledgeable of current principles and practices of the profession

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