Accessing Your ArtCenter Student Schedule (Student)
If you have followed the directions below and cannot log onto your Inside ArtCenter account (or are missing log in information) you will need to contact the IT Help Desk.
IT Help Desk Contact Information: email@example.com (primary form of contact) or 626 396-2390.
Go to inside.artcenter.edu using the preferred browser Firefox click on "Activate account."
Type in your Username and temporary Password, then click "Log In."
Inside ArtCenter Login Instructions
You will be prompted to change your temporary password to a new password and to setup at least two security questions.
If you are experiencing a problem logging into Inside ArtCenter, you will need to contact the Help Desk.
Viewing your schedule
After logging in you will be brought to the Inside ArtCenter Student Dashboard:
From the Global Dashboard menu, go to "Academics" then under "Enrollment" click on "Degree Planning/Registration.”
Note: pop-ups must be allowed in your browser settings
You will be re-directed to the Student Planning Dashboard:
Your class schedule will appear below the Planning Overview area.
Note: The schedule will always default to the current semester
The online degree audit allows students to assess their academic progress and unfulfilled baccalaureate or graduate degree requirements. Additionally it serves as a valuable resource for academic planning.
From the"Planning Overview" page, navigate the cursor to "Student Planning", then to "My Progress" (Degree Audit).
Students need to register for classes identified by "Not Started."
Registered courses before the start of the semester will be in yellow and will change to Green after the start of the semester.
Students will not be eligible for graduation until ALL degree requirements listed on their degree audit have been successfully completed.
Students MUST contact Enrollment Services regarding any questions concerning their official degree audit.
Important notes for entering students:
All of the classes that appear on your class schedule are required courses.
You should not make any changes to your schedule without first consulting your department chair or department coordinator.
Students are required to be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units each semester.
To drop a course after Week 1, students need to use the Course Drop form and the dropped course will be graded with a "W' grade.