several of our college software systems - Self-Service Banner,
Blackboard Learn and the Library Databases - under a single sign-on
access through your NetID.
myCommNet (http://my.commnet.edu) is
the source of information and services for students, faculty and
staff of the Connecticut Community Colleges. myCommNet makes
it easier to conduct college business, and participate in online
class opportunities. It’s where you can register for classes, check
your academic progress, and manage your college finances, all with
a single sign-on. You only have to remember one user ID and one
password to reach all of your college’s online services.
To access your course, please go to myCommNet and
enter your NetID. The format is as follows:
User name: (Example) firstname.lastname@example.org
Password (Example): Jan&5678**
**If you have never logged in to myCommNet.edu, your
password defaults to the first three letters of your
birth month (the first letter being capitalized), the
“&“ symbol, and the
last 4 digits of your social security number. Once you have entered
this information you will be prompted to change your password.
Your password should be at least 8-characters long and be a combination
of numbers, letters and capitalization.You will also be promoted to set up your security questions. Setting up your security questions is vital to accessing your information online if you should forget your password. By setting your security questions you can reset your password without assistance from anyone on campus.
- Student Self Service
Student Self-Service, a part of the myCommnet Internet
service which allows you to view and print important information
that is essential in planning your registration. This online alternative
allows you to access both secured and public academic information
via the Internet. Students can access the system from any computer
lab on campus or via a World Wide Web browser when off-campus.
You can access myCommNet virtually
any time, from anywhere in the world. The web site is http://my.commnet.edu.
Once you have located the site, navigate your way to Student Self-Service.
Be sure you follow all instructions. See the next section for specific
directions to help you in planning your registration and confirming
your registration status.
Course Search, Online Registration and Student Detail
In planning your registration, especially if you are considering
mail, fax, drop-off, or online registration, you should utilize
Student Self-Service to determine course availability.
Course Search is available
in the Student Self-Service. Click on Course Search and
follow in order:
- Term: Select Correct Term
- College: Select “Housatonic CC”
- Subject: Select “all”
- Title: Leave
- Level: Select
- By: Select “Open”
- Start Time: Leave blank
End Time: Leave blank
Days: Leave blank
- Click “Get Courses”
All open courses (courses with seats remaining) will be displayed
in alphabetical order according to course prefix (ACC for Accounting
appears first and THA for Theater Arts appears last). Scrolling
right will provide all available information regarding the course
including time, day, room, seats remaining, and instructor’s name.
If you have registered by mail, fax, drop-off or online, you can
check your registration status by logging into the Student Self-Service
area of myCommNet. In
order for you to gain access to this area, you must know your NetID. Login instructions are provided on the site. Once you
have gained access, click on “Housatonic” and follow in order:
- Click on “Registration, Student Records and Financial Aid”
- Click on “Registration & Payment”
- Click on “Student Detail Schedule”
- Term: Select Correct Term
- Click on “Submit Term”
Your “Student Detail Schedule” will appear and this schedule confirms
your registration. This schedule must be produced in order to purchase
textbooks at the College Bookstore and secure a parking permit
for the garage, you should print this schedule.
Type of Information Available
(myCommNet login is
- Course Search - Check the status of courses,
what is available, when they meet, number of seats available.
Codes found in course schedule are:
ONLN - Fully-Online Course.
OLCR - Online, but requires students to come to class for exams, may include midterm and/or final.
HYBR - Hybrid course, 50% online, 50% on campus.
- Registration - Display your semester course
schedule; check your registration status.
- Student Records -
View your holds, if any exist; display your grades and academic
history; review your charges, payments and fee information.
If your record shows an Accounts Receivable hold, please contact
the Bursar’s Office at (203) 332-5210 or by email at email@example.com.
- Financial Aid - View overall status of your
financial aid at HCC; check your eligibility, view document requirements,
academic progress, holds; review your award information, view
award by year; award payment schedule, history of loan applications.
- Personal Information - View the records the
College maintains for you regarding address and telephone number.
Contact the Registrar’s Office whenever your records are incorrect
or changes are necessary.