Important Dates

Winter Quarter 2017

February 20 
President's Day Holiday

 

March 10
Last Day to withdraw from a class


March 13 - 15
Winter Final Exams

 

March 17
End of Winter Quarter

Spring Quarter 2017

February 7
Returning Student Registration Starts

February 28
New Student Registration Starts

March 2
Tuition Due

April 4
Classes Begin

News and Information

Welcome to Winter Quarter 2017

If you have any suggestion or comments please feel free to send us an email using the feedback link at the top of this page.                       

Spring Quarter 2017 Registration

Returning student registration starts on February 7, check when you can register here: https://secure.skagit.edu/waci004b.asp 

Then you can register online here: https://secure.skagit.edu/reglogin.asp

2016 Tax Credit Information

The tax credit information for the 2016 tax year is now available: https://secure.skagit.edu/hopeinfo.asp

Winter Accounts And eLearning Classes

eLearning access note:
If you are not registered for Winter quarter, you won't be able to access Canvas or any on-campus computer resources until you are registered.  Winter Canvas accounts and classes are available as of Dec 16, but you may not see your classes until the first day of the quarter. Click here for the Student Guide to Canvas 

Wonder how to find your eLearning class?

To find your online class, use the online class look-up here :https://secure.skagit.edu/lmslookup.asp
All classes will be on Canvas, use the look-up for details on your classes.    

NEW: SVC Foundation Scholarship Application Online

You can now submit your SVC Foundation Scholarship Application online, see the site for more details Online application submission

MySVC Rave Alerts

For alerts regarding schedule changes due to weather and any other emergencies, make sure you sign up for email and text alerts via Rave: Sign up for MySVC Rave alerts here

New: Whidbey Assessment Test Registration

You can now register online for the Assessment test at the Whidbey Island campus: Register Here

New: Request Absence Due to Faith/Conscience

You can now request an absence to due faith/conscience per SSB 5173, for more details see this page: Details on absence due to Faith/Conscience

Student Online Support (SOS)

Student support is available for all SVC online systems:
Live secure chat: http://www.skagit.edu/soschat
Email: sos@mysvc.skagit.edu
Phone: 360.416.7770
Fax: 360.416.3287 (for financial aid forms, etc.)
Hours: M-T 8am to 8pm
Friday 8am to 5pm
In-person: Mount Vernon Library Foyer
Click here to view flier for details


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SID & PIN Instructions

Your SID & PIN are required to access registration, payment & account tools. Your Student ID (SID) is a 9-digit assigned number given to you during the admissions process. Not sure? Look up your SID using the MySVC Student Toolbox.

Your default PIN is your birthday in MMDDYY format. For example, January 1st, 2007 would be: 010107. We suggest you change your PIN from the default for security reasons.

MySVC Edu Apps Login Instructions

These instructions are for logging into Canvas, MySVC email, docs, and calendar. Your MySVC Username is your first initial, last name, and the last four digits of your Student ID.

For Example: John Smith
SID # 740020987
Your username is: jsmith0987
NOTE: When logging in to Canvas or MySVC email, you need to enter your full email address as the username
Your email address would be: jsmith0987@mysvc.skagit.edu
Lookup Your MySVC Username and Email Here

Starting 1/25/2013 there is no longer a default MySVC password. You will have to assign yourself a password on the MySVC toolbox here: https://secure.skagit.edu/netpass.asp

You will need to know your SID, PIN, and last 4 digits of your Social Security Number (SSN) to set/change your password.  See the first-time user instructions for more details: First Time MySVC Canvas/Email Instructions PDF

If you need help with setting/changing your password, contact SOS: http://www.skagit.edu/sosflyer.html

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