Skip To Content

 I forgot my password

Registration for Spring 2015 is Open 

You are here:  Welcome  

Intent to Graduate Form

Are you planning to graduate in January 2015? Please click  HERE for the Intent to Graduate form for the January 23, 2015 conferral. The Intent to Graduate form is due by Friday, October 24th. If you missed the deadline, DON'T PANIC! Please simply send it in immediately.

All students must fill out an Intent to Graduate form at the beginning of their final semester. Your academic record will not be audited, and you will not graduate if the Registrar's Office does not receive this form.

As a January 2015 graduate, you will be invited to the June 7, 2015 Commencement Ceremony.

Office of Student Affairs Updates

Staff changes have taken place in the Office of Student Affairs. Robyn Shahid-Bellot, Director of Student Academic Support Services began in July 2014. This newly created position supports the Dean of Student Affairs and provides leadership and support services to all students. Robyn oversees all academic support areas including advising, tutoring, and disability support with a keen focus on retention strategies and is the initial point of contact for newly admitted undergraduate students focusing on their academic needs in preparing them for success. She holds a M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University. She can be reached via email at robyn.shahid-bellot@cambridgecollege.edu and by phone at 617-873-0191.

Jackie Iannone, Academic Advisor for Career and Disability Support came on board as a higher education intern to support the academic advisors. She was then hired in September 2014 to continue the critical work of servicing students. Jackie holds a M.Ed. in Administration of Higher Education from Suffolk University. She has concentrated her studies on the experiences of the adult learner, psychology of career development, as well as access, equity, & critical issues in higher education. She can be reached via email at Jackie.iannone@cambridgecollege.edu and by phone at 617-873-0614.

Carrie Munro, Transfer Credit Advisor and a 16 year Cambridge College veteran employee, has also transitioned from admissions operations to Student Affairs as she provides transfer credit processing for students. She can be reached via email at carrie.munro@cambridgecollege.edu and by phone at 617-873-0143. We continue to build a competent team who provide excellent support services to all students.

Location changes for School of Education and Psychology and Counseling students

This is a notice to inform you of location changes for graduate students.

  • School of Education classes and administrative offices are: 17 Monsignor O’Brien Highway, Cambridge, MA 02141
  •  School of Psychology and Counseling classes and administrative offices are:1000 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138

 If you have any questions, please reach out to the Office of Student Affairs at studentaffairs@cambridgecollege.edu or 617-873-0470.

2015 SPRING TERM BILLS

Bills for the Spring semester will be ready to view on line and mailed for all registered students by Friday December 12, 2014.  The PAYMENT DUE DATE for spring charges is January 13, 2015Students who have not settled their accounts by this date, will be assessed the $50 late payment fee.  Please check your account using MyCC for the most up to date balance information.  Payment plan options are available, plans for the spring term begin December 12, 2014, ending in April 30, 2015, for a total of 5 equal monthly payments.  Please email bursars@cambridgecollege.edu with a subject line of SPRING PAYMENT PLAN REQUEST.  Our staff will forward to your mycc email the document necessary to implement the plan.

HEALTH INSURANCE (Spring Term Coverage)

For ALL students attending a location in Massachusetts:  Undergraduate students taking 9 or more credits, or Graduate students taking 6 or more credits will be assessed the health insurance charge for the spring term on their accounts.  Students who do not require the College's health plan must submit a waiver through Gallagher Koster.

The health insurance waiver period is OPEN.  Students who have comparable health insurance to the State of MA guidelines should waive their health online (all waiver request MUST BE SUBMITTED ON LINE). The last day to waive health insurance is February 6, 2015.

Please visit the Gallagher Koster website to waive- https://www.gallagherstudent.com/students/student-home.php?idField=1155, 

First time users will need to create an account.  All others should log in with their established credentials.  After logging in, under STUDENT ACCESS select the link Student Waive/Enroll.  On the next screen select- click I WANT TO WAIVE.  You will need to enter all pertinent details related to your health insurance and other personal information to identify yourself.

Students CANNOT waive using certain Mass Health Plans- Mass Health Limited, the Health Safety Net, and the Children's Medical Security Plan; these plans do not meet the criteria.  Additionally, if you have a plan that only offers EMERGENCY service, this also, is not acceptable.  Students will receive two emails from Gallagher Koster after submitting their waiver request.  The first email is notification that your request is received. The second notification will confirm whether or not your plan has been approved.  If your plan is denied for a waiver, the email will list the reason for denial and your next steps.

For additional information on comparable coverage in the State of MA, please visit http://www.massresources.org/student-health-insurance.html)

 

1098-T- Tax season is approaching, are you ready?

The tax form 1098-T (educational credits) will be mailed no later than January 31, 2015.  In order to avoid delays in receiving your tax forms- please be sure that the following steps are completed:

1- Domestic and Resident Alien students who are in a certificate or degree seeking program MUST have a Social Security Number (SSN) or Tax Identification Number (TIN) on file with The Office of the Registrar.  Be sure that this is provided using the form W9 (http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf).  The IRS requires students to furnish this information.  Failure to provide this information as requested, may result in an IRS penalty to the student.  DO NOT EMAIL YOUR SSN OR TIN.  YOU MUST PRINT AND MAIL THE W9 FORM, OR DELIVER IT TO THE REGISTRAR IN PERSON!

2- Update your Address.  If you have moved during the calendar year 2014, please provide your corrected address to the Office of the Registrar.

3- Cambridge College reports on amounts paid (box 1), as such, ALL tuition payments for courses taken in 2014, must be received immediately in order for it to be included in tax form 1098-T.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

If you are an International Student and wish to obtain the tax form 1098-T, you must request this in writing. Please email bursars@cambridgecollege.edu, in the subject heading write 1098-T REQUEST.  In the message text include your name and ID# and "I am requesting my 1098-T for the 2014 tax year."  Also, please be sure that your address is updated with the Office of the Registrar.