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  • Find the Perfect Schudle. My Learning Plan plus My Schedule Planner.

Online tools make registering for classes easier

  • Online planning tool has proven success

    Login to MySPCMy Learning Plan is an online tool that shows you which courses you need to take for your degree and when you need to take them. View tutorials on this page and login to MySPC to start your Learning Plan.

     Students who use My Learning Plan:

    • Are more successful in their classes
    • Are less likely to drop out of college
    • Spend less money on tuition and books by only taking required classes
    • Are more likely to meet federal guidelines and keep their Financial Aid
    • Spend less time trying to figure out what classes to register for.

     

  • My Learning Plan helps you KEEP your Financial Aid

    If you use Financial Aid dollars to pay for your education, you have to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements every term to keep it. My Learning Plan helps you meet each of the three SAP requirements:

    Maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average

    Fact: Students who use My Learning Plan maintain a higher GPA.

    Why?
    Having a plan for which classes you need to complete each term keeps you focused on the finish line and motivated to do what it takes to make the grade and stay on track.

    Did you know?
    Grades of A, B, C, D, F, and WF are included in your Financial Aid GPA. Grades of W, X, I, and P are not included in your Financial Aid GPA. Learn more.

    Complete at least 67% of attempted classes

    Fact: SPC students who use My Learning Plan complete more classes.

    Why? Mapping out which classes you need to take and when you will take them, makes registration a breeze and gives you a clear picture of how dropping or failing classes can cost you.

    Did you know?
    If you get an F, a WF or withdraw from a class after the last day to drop with a refund, the class is considered uncompleted for Financial Aid purposes? Learn more.

    Finish your degree requirements without taking too many extra classes

    Fact: SPC students who use My Learning Plan save money and finish sooner.

    Why? The plan by my degree requirements feature helps you keep track of exactly which classes you need to take for your chosen degree so you can avoid taking extra classes that don't satisfy degree requirements.

    Did you know?
    You can lose your financial aid if you take more than 150% of the hours your degree requires. For example: if an associate degree takes 60 credit hours to complete, you have to complete the degree requirements without taking more than 90 credit hours of classes. Learn more.

  • SPC has added a new planning tool to help you automate picking classes that fit into your personal schedule. It works alongside our My Learning Plan tool to make sure you take all the classes needed to finish your degree. Follow these steps to make registration faster and easier.

    ImportantBefore you start
    Since your plan will be based on your chosen degree, make sure it is correct before you start. If you are not listed as a degree-seeking student or your degree is not correct, please login to MySPC to review outstanding items within your To Do List or contact an advisor for assistance. If you are not sure what degree or career to choose, contact a career advisor or use Focus 2, our online career assessment tool.

    Step 1 - Choose classes required for your degree

    If you have already completed your Learning Plan, you can skip this step. If not, print these step-by-step instructions or watch the video below. If you still need help, contact an advisor.

     

    Step 2 - Add classes from your plan to the term you want to take them

    This section guides you through how to review prerequisites, search for electives if required and move classes into terms in the right order. Print these step-by-step instructions or watch the video below. If you still need help, contact an advisor.

     

    Step 3 - Use My Schedule Planner to automate picking classes that fit your personal schedule

    Once you know what classes you want to take this term, this section will show you how to block off times you are unavailable for classes (breaks) and generate schedule options that work around your work schedule, sports practices, family life and more. Print these step-by-step instructions or watch the video below. If you still need help, contact an advisor.

     

    NOTE:My Learning Plan should not be used for a final graduation check. Please visit with your academic advisor to determine if you are ready to graduate. The Advisement Report in MySPC may also help you identify missing requirements.