Our more than 30,000 alumni are the best evidence of the quality and value of a Cambridge College education. Each day, all around the world, they are changing the schools in which they teach and lead. The impact they have on the world begins with the open doors and accessible opportunities at Cambridge College. Welcome to your future!  Here are your next steps: 

Meet your Program Chair

Congratulations on your acceptance! 

Your program chair/coordinator will be able to provide you with advisement on course recommendations for your first term and throughout your academic journey.  If you need assistance with identifying your advisor, please email the School of Education & Counseling at

Program Program Chair Email
ABA Doctorate Dr. Daniel Almeida 
BCBA Dr. Joseph Vedora
Early Childhood / Elementary Dr. Christy Reynolds
Educational Leadership Prof. David Flynn
Interdisciplinary Studies Prof. Diane Harper
English as a Second Language/  Mathematics Prof. Leba Heigham
Moderate Disabilities / Autism Specialist Prof. Nicole Stallions
Science / Digital Literacy Prof. John Papadonis
School Nurse Education Prof. Tahia Bell- Sykes
Skills-Based Health/Social-Emotional Learning Prof. Mary Connolly

Save the Date for your Academic Orientation/ New Student Night

Orientation is mandatory for first-term students. For more details, please email the School of Education & Counseling at School Nurses will receive more information regarding their orientation from their program chair.  

Fall 2024 Term:

  • Orientation will be held on Wednesday, August 28, 2024, starting at 5:00PM  
  • Classes start on Tuesday, September 3, 2024
  • The last day to add/drop classes is Tuesday, September 10, 2024

Log into MyCC Student Portal

You will need to access the MyCC portal frequently as a student to register for classes, check financial aid documents, and much more.  Once you are accepted, you will receive an email from "NewStudentAccounts" with your username and password.  Please be sure to check in spam or junk folders. Please see the Information Technology User Guide.  

Register for Classes

Fall registration opens Monday, July 8, 2024. Please see our Written Instructions for course registration.  If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact the Registrar’s office at (617) 873-0101 or email  Office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Additional Step for International StudentsObtain your I-20 if you are an F1 International Student

All international students wishing to obtain, maintain, or regain Active F1 status through matriculation in a Cambridge College program of study must receive a Cambridge College I-20 prior to registering for classes.  For more information, please see our International Student Website or contact Vera Dimoplon by phone at: +1-617-873-0614 or email:  Please Note: You will not be able to register for classes until authorized by the International office.

Plan your Tuition Payment Options/ Financial Aid

Tuition payment must be received prior to the term starting.  To review your statement, please log into MyCC Student Portal, click on the finance tab, then click on Course and Fees Statement.  Please see our Tuition Rates.

Fall term due date is Wednesday, August 28, 2024

Three options for paying your tuition: 

  1. Make Payment in Full 
  2. Set up a payment plan
  3. Complete all Financial Aid requirements

If you register after the tuition due date, payment is required within 5 days of registration. Please note a $100.00 late fee will be applied to your account if payment is received after the due date.  

For general student financial services questions or more specific information regarding payment plans, refunds, and health insurance, please reach out to our Student Financial Services coordinators 

Applying for Financial Aid: please complete all steps as soon as possible.  

Step 1: Create your FSA ID (Federal Student Aid ID, consisting of a username and password)

Step 2: Complete 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. For assistance, please call the FAFSA hotline at 800-433-3243. Cambridge College's school code is 021829. 

Step 3: Complete the mandatory Entrance Counseling. All new students must complete entrance loan counseling prior to loans being disbursed to their accounts. Go to, sign in, click on Entrance Counseling and follow online instructions.

Step 4: Complete the Master Promissory Note. All students must complete a Promissory Note prior to loans being disbursed to their accounts. Go to, sign in, click on Sign Master Promissory Note, and follow online instructions. For assistance, call Direct Loan Applicant Services at 1-800-557-7394.

Step 5: Verification you may be required to submit additional documents to create a financial aid award letter.  These requirements will be listed as missing documents on MyCC Student Portal. Click on the finance tab, and view financial aid document tracking. Please complete and submit all required supporting documentation as soon as possible.

To receive specific information regarding your Financial Aid Status or Award, please reach out to your Financial Aid Counselor:

Student's Last Name Financial Aid Counselor Email
A-F Jabari Cummings
G-I Cheryl Julaka
J-Z Traci Singleton


For more information regarding Cambridge College scholarships, please visit our scholarship website.

To review your Student Account, log into MyCC Student Portal, click on the finance tab, and please see the following:

My Account Balance: Students can review their current balance and make payments 

Course and Fee Statement: Students can review the details of their bills

View Financial Aid Document Tracking: Students can review financial aid documents that have been received or missing from their record

Financial Aid Awards: Students can review their financial aid award for the academic year

Balances must be cleared before registering for another term.  Please check here for updates from Student Financial Services. If you have any questions, please contact Student Financial Service (SFS) by email at or by phone at 617-873-0403.  Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. 

Submit a Student Health Insurance Waiver

Massachusetts law states that students who meet the following criteria are required to be enrolled in the College’s Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) or participate in a plan with comparable coverage.  Students are automatically enrolled in and billed for the SHIP effective September 1, 2024 through August 31, 2025.  This applies to all

  • Undergraduate students enrolled in at least 9 credits
  • Graduate students enrolled in at least 6 credits 
  • International students (active for SEVIS)  

Cambridge College partnered with University Health Plans to manage the student health insurance plan. For more information about the Student Health Insurance Plan, please visit Students who wish to opt-out of the student health insurance plan must document that they have comparable coverage by submitting a waiver form each academic year. 

Click HERE to submit a waiver form by Wednesday, September 25th for the Summer term. 

If you have questions about the enrollment and waiver process, please contact University Health Plans at (833) 251-1734 or  Please check here for updates. 

Complete and Submit the Immunization form

In compliance with the Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health, all students enrolled in a degree or certificate program at Cambridge College locations in Massachusetts must submit a Proof of Immunization form within the first month of attending classes.  

  • A physician or nurse will need to complete and sign this form.  Please contact your physician’s office right away, as they may require lab work to verify your immunities if they do not have a record of your vaccinations. 
  • Please return the completed form by email to, by mail: Cambridge College,  Office of Student Affairs, 500 Rutherford Avenue, Boston, MA 02129. 
  • If you have any questions, please call Vera Dimoplon at 617-873-0614 or email at

Before Classes Start...

Once you register for classes, you will receive an email to activate your student email.  

Important information will be sent to your student email address regarding financial, academic, and student support. Please see our Information Technology Orientation Guide on how to access your student email.

Contact Student Support Offices, if needed: 

Disability Services- Please note some accommodations may take up to 2 weeks to arrange. Please call Vera Dimoplon, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, by Phone (617) 873-0614 or email:

Academic Success Center- provides tutoring services and workshops.    

Cambridge College RAVE Emergency Alert

In case of an emergency or school closing, please register to receive text messages from our RAVE emergency alert system.  Please see RAVE registration instructions.

COVID-19 Updates

The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and community are important to us. Please see our updates regarding COVID-19.

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