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How do I get started at CF?

Getting Started Sheets:
AA/AS                                   http://www.cf.edu/prospective/getting_started.htm
Vocational                             http://www.cf.edu/prospective/occupational.htm
                                     

Here is a link to our catalog, which has a listing and description of all of our programs and courses: http://www.cf.edu/catalog/index.htm. Here is a link for more information about admissions if you have any questions: https://mycf.cf.edu/ics/Admissions/. If you are interested in applying to CF, you can apply online. In order to apply online go to our homepage, www.cf.edu, and under the heading on the left click on "Apply Now". There is a $30 application fee if this is your first time applying to CF. In addition to an application you would also need to submit an official copy of your high school transcripts and official copies of transcripts from any previous colleges or universities you've attended. If it has been over 2 years since you've taken a placement test or if you haven't completed a college level math or English course at another college, you may need to take the CPT, PERT, SAT or ACT. A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.
Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education.  If you need a PERT please contact the Testing Center in Lecanto in Building C4 or by calling 352-249-1213 or in Ocala in the Bryant Student Union, Bldg 5 Room 205 or by calling 854-2322 ext 1395, there is a $10 charge if you've never taken the test with us before. You can also call our Levy Center in Chiefland at 352-493-9533 to set up a PERT. If you are interested in Financial Aid you can fill out the FAFSA form at www.fafsa.ed.gov. This form will assess your eligibility for any Federal Loans or Grants. You will need to have your Tax Returns and W-2 Forms when you fill out this form online as questions will be asked from them.

 

When is the Enrollment Services Center open?

The Ocala Enrollment Services Office is open fall and spring 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday thru Thursday and 8:00am to 4:30pm Friday. Summer hours are Monday thru Thursday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. All campuses are closed on Fridays during the summer.

 

Which courses do I need for my AA degree?

The best way to find out what courses you need to graduate would be to see an AA advisor with a Photo ID as they are all currently working on a walk-in basis. They are located in the Bryant Student Union, Building 5 Room 102 and are available 8:00am until 4:00pm Monday thru Friday.  The reason for this is that for each specific AA degree there are specific pre-requisite courses that must be taken for the university you wish to attend, which the advisor could give you.  There are also specific General Education courses you must complete to get your AA degree. This information is laid out in the CF Catalog for a General AA degree, but as stated above there would be specific courses you would need to take to transfer with an AA that prepares you to go to a university.  If you are interested in an Associate in Arts degree please visit this link: http://www.cf.edu/programs/aa.htm. Click on your major of interest.  

 

How much is each class?

Tuition and fees are subject to change each year. Fees are announced by July 1st for the upcoming fall, spring and summer term. The current Tuition and Fees can be found at this link: http://www.cf.edu/smartcatalog/generalfees.htm.

 

How do I transfer from my college to CF?

There are a few steps to transferring to us, the first of which is completing an application If you are interested in applying to CF, you can apply online. In order to apply online go to our homepage, www.cf.edu, and under the heading on the left click on "Apply Now".There is a $30 application fee if this is your first time applying to CF. In addition to an application you would also need to submit an official copy of your high school transcripts and official copies of transcripts from any previous colleges or universities you've attended. If it has been over 2 years since you've taken a placement test or if you haven't completed a college level math or English course at another college, you may need to take the CPT, PERT, SAT or ACT. A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.
Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education. If you need a PERT please contact the Testing Center in Lecanto in Building C4 or by calling 352-249-1213 or in Ocala in the Bryant Student Union, Bldg 5 Room 205 or by calling 854-2322 ext 1395, there is a $10 charge if you've never taken the test with us before.  If you are interested in Financial Aid you can fill out the FAFSA form at www.fafsa.ed.gov. This form will assess your eligibility for any Federal Loans or Grants.  You will need to have your Tax Returns and W-2 Forms when you fill out this form online as questions will be asked from them.

 

Who do I talk to about financial aid?

Unfortunately, due to federal privacy regulations, only general information can be shared over e-mail and by phone; however, you can check your Financial Aid Status on your MyCF Web Portal. In order to log in to your MYCF Web Portal go to CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu) and click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your CF ID Number. If you do not know your student ID, you can get it by clicking on the second tab on the portal log-in page, which says “ID and Password Info". Once you are logged in you will see an area on your Homepage entitled "Financial Aid". You can check on your awards by clicking on "My Financial Aid" and then “My Financial Aid Awards” or see if you have any documents holding your Financial Aid from being processed by clicking on My Financial Aid" and then "Missing Documents". Please make sure your options are set to the correct semester and year when you are checking your financial aid. If you need further assistance I would recommend coming in to the Financial Aid Office in the Bryant Student Union, Building 5 Room 106 with a Photo ID. They are available to answer Financial Aid inquires Monday thru Thursday from 8:00am to 6:00pm and Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm.

 

How do I get my transcripts to/from CF?

To Have CF Send
If you need to request an Official Transcript from CF this can be done by going to http://www.cf.edu/ and clicking on "Admissions", the second link in the gray bar at the top left of the page. Then, on the next page click on the “Transcript Requests (online)" link in the second column of blue links in the lower right. Next, please follow the directions on the following page to request your transcripts. There is a $3 charge for each copy you request.

To Send to CF
In order to transfer your credit you would want to have every college/vocational school you have attended send an official transcript to CF Admissions & Records, 3001 SW College Rd., Ocala, FL 34474-4415.  Most colleges charge a small fee and will not respond without payment, so you would want to call them or see if they have an online format for requesting official transcripts.  

  

How do I change my name/address/major?

     You can change your address/name on your MYCF web portal online. In order to log in to your MYCF web portal go to CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu) and click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your Student ID Number. If you do not know your student ID, you can get it by clicking on the second tab on the portal log-in page, which says " ID and Password Info". In the portal you will see an area on your Homepage up by your name in the top left that says “Personal Info”. Please click on this and on the next page click on “Biographical Info”. Then on the following page click on the pencil symbol by the “Name and Address” heading. You can then change this information on the following page. If you change your name you will need to provide the Enrollment Services Center with proof of why the name is changing, such as a Driver’s License with the new name or Marriage Certificate.
In order to change your major we have a form online which you can download and mail in or bring in to the Enrollment Services Center in the Bryant Student Union, Building 5 Room 102. You can get to the form by going to our homepage, www.cf.edu. Then, once you get there click on the "Admissions" link, the second link in the gray bar towards the top of the page.  Next, click on "Downloadable Forms", towards the bottom left. Finally, click on "Student Information Update" to download the form. 
http://pr.cf.edu/files/SA-AR7_Student_Information_Update.pdf
Then, you can print it and either mail it to the address at the top of the form or bring it in to the Enrollment Services Center.

 

How do I restart or reapply?

If it has been over a year since you have attended CF or applied to CF and you are interested in returning you would need to do a Readmission Application and a new Residency Affidavit online. In order to reapply apply online go to our homepage, www.cf.edu, and under the heading on the left click on "Apply Now". Then, on the next page please click on "Returning Student Readmit" to complete these steps. You would also need to submit an Official Copy of your transcripts from your high school and any colleges you have attended if you did not do so last time. If it has been over 2 years since you've taken a placement test or if you haven't completed a college level math or English course at another college, you may need to take the CPT, PERT, SAT or ACT. A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.
Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education.  If you need a PERT please contact the Testing Center in Lecanto in Building C4 or by calling 352-249-1213 or in Ocala in the Bryant Student Union, Bldg 5 Room 205 or by calling 854-2322 ext 1395, there is a $10 charge if you've never taken the test with us before.  If you are interested in Financial Aid now is the time to fill out the form at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  This form will assess your eligibility for any Federal Loans or Grants.  You will need to have your Tax Returns and W-2 Forms when you fill out this form online as questions will be asked from them.

 

Do my credits expire?

In most cases, no. Some Health Sciences programs require that your courses be taken less than seven years ago. They will let you know about this requirement at an information session.

 

Can I use credits for more than one degree?

Yes.

 

How do I get started in Nursing programs?

There are a few different options you could pursue as far as Nursing is concerned, depending on what type of nursing you want to go into and the method you wish to pursue your goal.  We have a Registered Nursing program here on our campus.  The Associate Degree Nursing program acceptance hinges on how you do in your pre-requisite courses and how you do on the exam for the program. We have two Associate degree Nursing programs, which lead to being qualified to apply for the Florida Exam for Registered Nurse Licensure, and have some pre-requisite coursework. The one program is to start your education from the beginning and become a Registered Nurse, while the other is to Bridge over from being a Practical Nurse to a Registered Nurse. The Associate degree programs both last about two years. There are placement tests for both programs. The Associate programs require the ACT or SAT or CPT or PERT and the HESI tests. . A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.

Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education. Here is the link to the Associates Degree Registered Nursing website:. http://www.cf.edu/departments/instruction/health/adn/. These programs all have varying beginning dates and have separate applications/requirements in addition to the CF Application and Admission Requirements. They have an online information session which can be found at this link: http://www.cf.edu/departments/instruction/health/info_sched.htm. We are now accepting applications for our RN to BSN program which will begin offering Fall 2014. Please go to http://www.cf.edu/programs/rn2bsn.htm for more information.

 

How do I drop a class?

If you want to drop your class within the add/drop period, you can complete this by logging in to your MYCF web portal online. In order to log in to your MYCF web portal go to CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu) and click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your Student ID Number. If you do not know your student ID, you can get it by clicking on the second tab on the portal log-in page, which says " ID and Password Info". In the portal you will see an area on your Homepage entitled "Enrollment". Once you are logged in click "Add or Drop Classes" under the Enrollment heading. Then click the link "Register For Classes" on the main page.  Please make sure your options are set correctly at this time. Then click in the circle beside the course you wish to drop to select it and click the "Drop" button. Once you have dropped the courses you wish to, then click on "My Classes and Fees" and “My Classes” also under the Enrollment heading, and print a new schedule as proof of the changes you made.

 

How do I withdraw from a class?

You would need to come in to Enrollment Services with a Photo ID and complete a Withdrawal Form for the course, which would not include a refund.
http://pr.cf.edu/files/SA-AR12_Withdrawal_Form.pdf

How do I add a class?

You can add a class by logging in to your MYCF Web Portal on CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu). In order to log in to your MYCF Web Portal go to CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu) and click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your Student ID Number. If you do not know your student ID, you can get it by clicking on the second tab on the portal log-in page, which says “ID and Password Info". In the portal you will see an area on your Homepage entitled "Enrollment". Once you are logged in click "Add or Drop Classes" under the Enrollment heading. Then click the link "Register For Classes" on the main page. Please make sure your options are set correctly for the term you wish to register for at this time. If your window for registration is open there will be a box to enter in the course number and section for each course you want to register for. You can view the schedule of courses by going to the CF homepage (www.cf.edu) and clicking on "Schedules" under the heading "Quick Links" and clicking "Credit Courses" on the next page. This will bring up the “Search Criteria” page. You need to make sure your options here are set to the correct semester as well. If they aren't you will need to click on "Set Options" to change these. You can search for courses by typing in the course number (For Example ENC1101) in the empty box marked “Course”. You can also search by Campus, Instructor, Method of Teaching, Department, and Status (Open or Closed).  The next page will bring up a summary for each class with course number, section, information indicating if the class is still open, credit hours, whether the course is Gordon Rule or not, pre-requisites, whether the class is lecture or on-line, which campus it is on, building and room, dates of class, and days and times.  Once you have registered for your courses, then click on "My Classes and Fees ", also under the Enrollment heading, and print a schedule by clicking on ”My Classes”. You should also click on "My Fee Statement" on the same page and print this to get your fee balance and when your fees are due.  You will have ten business days to pay for your courses once you register for them online, so your FAFSA will need to be in place ten business days after you register. There is also a Web Registration Guide at this link if needed: http://pr.cf.edu/files/web_reg_guide_2013-14.pdf.

How do I register for classes?

You can add a class by logging in to your MYCF Web Portal on CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu). In order to log in to your MYCF Web Portal go to CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu) and click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your Student ID Number. If you do not know your student ID, you can get it by clicking on the second tab on the portal log-in page, which says “ID and Password Info". In the portal you will see an area on your Homepage entitled "Enrollment". The Enrollment tab is not currently on your Web Portal page, but should be before the first day to register.   Once you are logged in click "Add or Drop Classes" under the Enrollment heading. Then click the link "Register For Classes" on the main page. Please make sure your options are set correctly for the term you wish to register for at this time. If your window for registration is open there will be a box to enter in the course number and section for each course you want to register for. You can view the schedule of courses by going to the CF homepage (www.cf.edu) and clicking on "Schedules" under the heading "Quick Links" and clicking "Credit Courses" on the next page. This will bring up the “Search Criteria” page. You need to make sure your options here are set to the correct semester as well. If they aren't you will need to click on "Set Options" to change these. You can search for courses by typing in the course number (For Example ENC1101) in the empty box marked “Course”. You can also search by Campus, Instructor, Method of Teaching, Department, and Status (Open or Closed).  The next page will bring up a summary for each class with course number, section, information indicating if the class is still open, credit hours, whether the course is Gordon Rule or not, pre-requisites, whether the class is lecture or on-line, which campus it is on, building and room, dates of class, and days and times.  Once you have registered for your courses, then click on "My Classes and Fees ", also under the Enrollment heading, and print a schedule by clicking on ”My Classes”. You should also click on "My Fee Statement" on the same page and print this to get your fee balance and when your fees are due.  You will have ten business days to pay for your courses once you register for them online, so your FAFSA will need to be in place ten business days after you register. There is also a Web Registration Guide at this link if needed:  http://pr.cf.edu/files/web_reg_guide_2013-14.pdf.

What can I do on my web portal?

Currently you can, register for classes, change your name and address, check the status of your financial aid, see if you have any missing financial aid documents, check your grades, run a degree audit, print unofficial transcripts, pay for courses, print a copy of your schedule, and check your fees.

What is FERPA?

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.

What is my web portal user id and password?

To login:

Enter your CF id and your password.  Depending on when you started at CF your default password is either your month and day of birth in mmdd format or the password you created as part of your application.  For example, if your birthday is January 1st, your password is 0101.  If you don't know your CF id number you can retrieve it by clicking here
https://register.cf.edu:9040/cgi-bin/public/ssntocxid.cgi

Who can I talk to about my Angel issues?

If you are having problems with Angel (online courses), please contact the Distance Learning Help Desk. They can also be contacted at (352) 854-2322 ext 1317 or dlhelp@cf.edu

Who can I talk to about JICS issues?

If you are having a problem logging in, call Computer Services at 854-2322 ext 1378. If you are having a problem navigating in your course, speak with your instructor.

How do I register for a continuing education course?

Go to http://cfitraining.cf.edu/ or come into the ESC on any of our campuses.  

How do I get an appointment with an advisor?

The AA advisors all currently work on a walk-in basis and are located in the Bryant Student Union, Building 5 Room 102 and are available 8:00am until 4:00pm Monday thru Friday. If you are planning to pursue an AS degree or a Certificate you would want to contact the advisor for the area you are interested in at this link: http://www.cf.edu/departments/sa/enroll/advisors.htm.

Who/Where is my advisor?

The AA advisors all currently work on a walk-in basis and are located in the Bryant Student Union, Building 5 Room 102 and are available 8:00am until 4:00pm Monday thru Friday. If you are planning to pursue an AS degree or a Certificate you would want to contact the advisor for the area you are interested in at this link:
http://www.cf.edu/departments/sa/enroll/advisors.htm

How can I get information mailed to me about CF?

When do classes start?

What is the deadline to drop a class?

What is the deadline to withdraw from a class?

Does CF have student housing?

We have a CF affiliated apartment complex just across the street from campus, which is known as College Square. If you would like more specific information about the complex, please visit their website: http://www.cf.edu/foundation/square/ or contact them at 352-237-3334.

Do prep courses count towards my degree?

No, they don’t count toward your degree as the college level credits do. However, they can count as far as determining whether you are a Full Time student and towards earned credits for determining your first day to register.  

Why is the catalog important?

The catalog is your contract with CF. It contains degree requirements, dates and deadlines, course descriptions, co and pre requisites. You need to complete one course per academic year and complete your degree within 5 years to remain in the catalog you began with.

What is an AA degree?

The AA degree is a general two year degree which provides you with the general education and pre-requisite requirements to get into a Bachelor’s (Four-year degree) program at a University. The AA degree would not be ideal for trying to get a job after you finish it as it is more designed to prepare you for further study in a certain area. This link will take you to advising sheets for the AA degree, which will have the pre-requisite courses a university would like you to complete in your AA degree to be eligible to be accepted into their Bachelor's programs: http://www.cf.edu/programs/aa.htm.

What is an AS degree?

The AS degree is a two year degree which prepares you with the skills to go directly into the workforce in the area you complete your degree. This link will take you to the descriptions of the AS degrees offered here: http://www.cf.edu/programs/index.htm. This would not be the ideal degree if you plan to transfer to a university and get a Bachelor’s (Four-year degree) or a higher degree..

What is grade forgiveness?

Grade Forgiveness allows you to retake any classes you previously received a "D" or an "F" in as long as you have not taken it three times at CF.  These classes would remain on your transcript, but Grade Forgiveness basically means that the original grade won't count towards your GPA, but instead will be replaced by what you receive this time. 

How do I use Florida Pre-paid?

We require students to bring in their Florida Prepaid Card to our Cashier’s Office once they get registered each semester, where we will make a copy of their Photo ID and Prepaid Card, so we can report to Florida Prepaid how much is being charged to the account for that semester.  The Cashier's Office is located in the Bryant Student Union Building 5 Room 101, which is open 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday thru Thursday and 8:00am to 4:30pm Friday. Summer hours are Monday thru Thursday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. All campuses are closed on Fridays during the summer.

What is the Higher One Card?

What can I do in the Enrollment Services Center?

Where is the Enrollment Services Center?

Where can I get tutoring assistance?

How do I use my VA benefits?

How do I find out more about the Bachelor's degrees that CF offers?

We currently offer a Bachelor's of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management with four specializations in Agribusiness Management, Health Care Management, Management Information Systems or Public Safety Administration. Here is a link to more information about these: http://www.cf.edu/programs/bachelor_faq.htm. We are also offering a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. Here is a link to more information about this program: http://www.cf.edu/programs/bs_faq.htm. These links will also have contact information for the advisors associated with these programs.  We are now accepting applications for our RN to BSN program which will begin offering Fall 2014. Please go to http://www.cf.edu/programs/rn2bsn.htm for more information.

What is the University Center?  

Where do I get my books?

On the Ocala Campus, you get your books in Building 36 Room 101. Please be sure to bring a copy of your schedule and your CF Photo ID with you when you go to buy your books as the staff there will help you find which book you need by the course number and section of the class you are taking.  Click on this link for store information. http://cf.bncollege.com/
Citrus campus bookstore is a sister to the main bookstore in Ocala.  It is dedicated to providing textbooks and CF-themed supplies to the students of Citrus Campus. Because of the size of the Citrus Campus population, the bookstore maintains hours at the beginning and end of each semester.  Students with book needs during the semester should go to the bookstore on the Ocala campus.
More information and online ordering is available at the online CF bookstore.     
To determine the current bookstore hours please call the Citrus bookstore at 352-746-6721 extension 6337
There are also books available on the Levy Center Campus the week before classes and the first week of classes.

How do I get a parking decal?

How do I get a student id card?

All students should come to the Public Safety to have their photo taken for their student ID Card. To obtain your ID Card, simply show your current student schedule. The cost of the first ID Card is FREE. The ID Card is necessary when taking books out of the Learning Resources Center or purchasing books at the campus book store.
If you need to replace your ID Card before it expires it will cost $5.00.
Students in Health Programs need to notify their instructor before an ID can be re-issued.

How do I know if I need prep courses?

A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.
Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education. The minimum scores needed to test out of prep classes are located at the following link: http://www.cf.edu/smartcatalog/testing.htm.   

How long are test scores good?

A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.
Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education. If it has been over 2 years since you've taken a placement test or if you haven't completed a college level math or English course at another college, you would need to take the CPT, PERT, SAT or ACT. If you need a placement test, one option is to sign up for a CPT or PERT here on our campus by coming in to the Testing Center in the Bryant Student Union, Bldg 5 Room 205 or by calling 854-2322 ext 1395, there is a $10 charge if you've never taken the test with us before.

What placement test do I need?

A new state law, Senate Bill 1720, has made changes to developmental education requirements. All students will have more flexibility and, for some students, college placement testing and developmental education courses are now optional prior to enrolling in college-level courses. Click for more information.
Click for a list of frequently asked questions about new options for Testing and Developmental Education. The placement test you would take would depend on what degree or certificate you are wishing to pursue to further your education. It would also depend on whether you have ever completed a college level English or Math course before as you wouldn't need a placement test if you have completed these courses. If you are interested in getting an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science Degree or getting a College Credit Certificate you would need either the CPT, PERT, SAT or ACT. If you were interested in pursuing a Vocational Certificate you would need a TABE test.  We offer the CPT, PERT, and TABE at CF and an appointment can be made by calling 352-854-2322 ext 1395 or ext 1564 or by coming in to the Bryant Student Union, Building 5 Room 205. The scores for your placement test are good for two years.

How do I check to see if I have a hold on my account?

You can check for holds by logging in to your MYCF Web Portal on CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu). Once you are on the homepage, click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your Student Number. Once you are logged in click on “Enrollment”. In this area please click on "Add or Drop Classes". You will want to check the "My Holds" section on this page and see if any Holds have been placed on your enrollment record. If you need assistance in resolving your hold, you may visit the Enrollment Services Center on any campus.

When can I register for classes?

You would register according to the priority registration schedule which is set up by how many credit hours you have earned.  The first date to register would if you have more than 40 earned credits, followed by 20 or more earned credits, followed by 10 or more earned credits and finally students with less than 10 earned credits. The schedule for Registration can be found at this link: http://www.cf.edu/smartcatalog/calendar.htm

How do I apply to graduate?

You would want to check the Graduation Application deadline for the semester you wish to Graduate at this link: http://www.cf.edu/smartcatalog/calendar.htm. You can apply for graduation by logging in to your MYCF Web Portal on CF’s homepage (www.cf.edu). Once you are on the homepage, click on the blue MYCF button on the top right. Then on the next page on the far left there is a place to login.  The User ID is your Student Number and the original password is the Month and Day of your birthday in MMDD format or the password you created when you applied. Once you are logged in click on the “Graduation” tab. Then, click on “Complete the Graduation Application”. There is no charge to apply to graduate.

How do I get a transient form from CF?

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