Academic Success Center

See services to help students achieve education goals


  1. Assistance with completing admissions application
    1. New students
    2. Returning students not enrolled for one calendar year
  2. Computer access for completing and printing financial aid forms
    1. FAFSA
    2. Student Loan
    3. Scholarship Applications
  3. Assistance with completing New Student Orientation
  4. Help using Self Service
  5. Academic and Developmental Advising
  6. PBI Hub
  7. Student Planning training is available to students.

Academic Advising

All currently enrolled students are required to meet with their advisor during advising time. Current students cannot register without first meeting with an advisor.

The advising meeting is an important time to discuss course selection, class registration, and career pathways for a student’s chosen major.

  • Please print a copy of your midterm grades from Self Service and bring them to your advising appointment.
  • Students must contact the Advising Center to add or drop a class after a semester begins. Students will owe a minimum of 25% for courses dropped after the semester begins.
  • All students must meet with or contact their academic advisor prior to registering in Self Service.
  • Students who receive financial aid and register for a course not needed for a program of study will be subject to withdrawal and/or repayment of the tuition.

Spring 2022

Last Day to Register for Spring Semester
& Last Day for 100% Refund
January 5
First Day of Classes January 6
Drop/Add January 6-12
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (College Closed) January 17
Midterm (First 8-week Classes) February 3*
Last Day to Withdraw from First 8-week Classes February 17
Flip Day (Curriculum Classes Follow Monday Schedule) February 17
Midterm (16-week Classes)
Last Day of First 8-week Classes
March 3**
Spring Break (No Curriculum Classes) March 7-11
First Day of Second 8-week Classes March 14
Midterm Grades Due March 24
Curriculum Advising March 28 – April 8
Last Day to Withdraw from 16-week Classes April 7
Midterm (Second 8-week Classes) April 7***
Priority Registration for Current Students April 11-22
Easter Holiday (College Closed) April 15-18
Last Day to Withdraw from Second 8-week Classes April 26
Last Day of Spring Semester May 9
Graduation May 13

20th day*
40th day**
60th day***

Planning for Success

Learn how to use the new Student Planning module to track your progress towards graduation, create your ideal summer schedule, and check your financial aid status. View this guide to learn where to find Student Planning.

Student Planning and Registering

How to login to Self Service, use Student Planning as a tool for degree planning, plan and register for classes, access and print billing statement.

Adjusting Student Schedules

How to use Student Planning to adjust a student schedule during drop/add period and how to withdraw from a class after drop/add period.

Grades & Tax Information

How to view grades and print student tax information.


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Getting Help & History


Starfish Getting Started Guide

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The Academic Success Center would like to keep you updated about upcoming workshops, educational activities, and career events. Sign up to receive text and email reminders.


If you have questions or concerns, please contact, or stop by the Academic Success Center:

Rocky Mount

Room 148, Barnes Building
(252) 618-6677


Room 5, Library Building
(252) 618-6590

Regular Operating Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.