Possible Holds

Once your application has been processed, your CougarWeb username and password will be emailed to your personal email account.  CougarWeb is an online web portal where you can view and register for classes, pay tuition, view financial aid status, access Cougarmail (email) and most importantly, take care of registration holds.

To check your holds, log in to CougarWeb, click the Student Tab, find the Mandatory Trainings and Hold section.  Once there, click View My Holds link.  You will see a list of all holds.  Any required training can also be found in that section.

Depending on your student admissions status, there are different requirements. Below is a list of the most common (but not all) hold requirements.

Type of Hold Dual-Credit Student First Time Freshman College Transfer Re-Admitted
Preventing Harassment Training Required Required Required Possibly required if not previously taken
Provide Proof of bacterial meningitis vaccination (or exemption) Required if taking classes on Collin College Campus Required if under age 22 Required if under age 22 Possibly required if under age 22 and previous vaccination expired
Transcript Current high school Final, Official High School Official from all previously attended colleges and universities Official from all previously attended colleges and universities
New Student Orientation Optional Required Optional Optional
Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA)* Required Required Waived with successful transfer credit Completed
Texas Success Initiative (TSI)* Required Required Waived with successful transfer credit Completed

 

Before taking the initial TSI Assessment, a student must participate in a pre-assessment activity (PAA).  A Certificate of Completion will be printed at the end of this activity, which is required to take the TSI Assessment.

*All incoming college students in Texas are required to take the TSI Assessment, unless exemption has been met. The cost of the TSI Assessment is $29. Any needed retest will also cost $29 (regardless if one part or all). Based on assessment results, you may be eligible to enroll in a college-level course that matches your skill level or placed in the appropriate developmental course to improve your skills in preparation for college-level courses.

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