Owl Connections

As the school year rolls on different situations and questions arise.

As a result, our more frequently asked questions for each month will be posted below. If you do not see a topic covered, please visit our I Want To Know page or feel free to e-mail us at parent@harford.edu.

Important Dates and Deadlines

  • March 3: Spring Term 1 Classes Withdrawal Deadline
  • March 4: Spring 2nd 5-Week Classes 100% Refund Deadline
  • March 21: Spring Term 1 Classes End
  • March 22-29: College Closed - Spring Break
  • March 29: Library Open
  • March 30: Spring Term 2 Classes Begin
  • March 31st Spring 2nd 5-Week Classes Withdrawal Deadline

Looking Ahead …

  • April 1: Summer/Fall Registration Opens for New Students
  • April 6-10: Group iPlan Sessions
  • April 13: Spring 15-Week Classes Withdrawal Deadline

Registration Information

Summer/Fall registration is quickly approaching! The Credit Schedule of Classes for Summer/Fall is posted. Encourage your currently enrolled Harford student to meet with Advising now so that they will be able to register as soon as possible. Early registration will enable your student to have the best selection of class sections. 

Is your student enrolling for Summer/Fall 2015?

First Semester Advising for new students will begin after April 2nd through the group iPlans. Students should register through their OwlNet account (instructions are in the student's acceptance packets). For students attending a Harford County Public High School, the Admissions Team will be visiting the high schools to assist interested students complete their iPlan (First Semester Advising and Registration) beginning in April.  Those students should see their School Counselor for dates and to register.

How can I get information on my student’s account?

Due to FERPA, the college is not allowed to give parents their student’s account and academic information. Encourage your student to fill out a Disclosure of Information Release Form and return to the Registration and Records Office. Once on file, this will allow the college to be able to communicate more effectively with parents.

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