ctcLink Outage Notice: ctcLink will be unavailable from 3pm Friday 10/22 to Monday morning 10/25 due to the DG5B conversion for Whatcom, Bellingham Tech, and Big Bend colleges. As an enterprise, web-based system, we will have regular system outages for functionality and security updates.

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Information for Students

About ctcLink

NOTE: Students will be able to access ctcLink starting October 25th, please wait to try to do anything in ctcLink until then.

As we transition to ctcLink, some departments will be operating with limited services or closures between Oct. 11-25. 

ctcLink provides you with a centralized system to conduct your college business. This system combines student information in a single data set to allow more self-service options and to improve the experience if you are looking to transfer to or from other community and technical colleges within the state.

Your ctcLink account gives you access to the following applications:

  • Manage Classes Enrollments: Class Enrollments and registrations
  • Financial Aid: Manage financial aid awards and applications.
  • Academic Records: View past classes with grades and get unofficial transcripts.
  • Profile: View or update personal information.

What are the benefits of ctcLink to me as a student?

Our former system used outdated technology that didn’t offer the integrated online services you need. ctcLink offers many services online in a mobile-friendly way. ctcLink will help you better manage your entire college experience. Using the new online student center, you can do the following 24/7 from your mobile device, laptop, or home computer:

  • View or update your student information and manage personal contact info.
  • Register for classes, add, and drop.
  • Pay tuition and fees and handle financial aid processes.
  • View grades, track academic goals, and apply for graduation.
  • Register for specific courses that apply to remaining program requirements.

With your ctcLink ID, you have one login to access your information at Skagit Valley College as well as at all Washington community and technical colleges. If you transfer in from or out to another community or technical college in Washington state, you will be able to use that same ID to access your information, which will follow you.

Registration Tips

Fall Quarter 2021 will continue in our current system. Registration for Winter Quarter 2022 will take place in ctcLink. In preparation for Winter Quarter, we’ve developed a list of important tips that will help you get the most out of ctcLink when registering for classes. 

  • Do I really need a permission number for every class? (No, not for every class.)
  • Make sure to select the appropriate academic term.
  • You must be logged in to enroll in a class or add a class to your shopping cart or planner.
  • Remember to include Common Course Numbered (CCN) classes in your search.
  • Your search layout depends on the size of your screen.

ctcLink Resources for Students

The video below offers a basic overview of the ctcLink Student Homepage where you can access and update your student information, including viewing Financial Aid awards, updating contact information, paying tuition, registering for classes, and many other tasks.

Student Center video overview

  • Learn the basics to get up and running with ctcLink (coming soon). This web page offers tutorials and step by step guides to help you learn to use and navigate the new ctcLink environment. 
  • We’ve also developed a page with Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and answers geared toward students.

Information Still Available to Students in Legacy Systems


Unofficial Transcript

You can still view your unofficial transcript in our legacy systems using your old SID and PIN.
Note: If you are not a currently enrolled student and only need to retrieve an unofficial student transcript, you do not need to activate your ctcLink account before accessing your unofficial transcript.

2021-2022 Financial Aid Information

You can still access your financial aid information for Fall 2021 and Winter and Spring 2022 through SVC’s Financial Aid Portal.

A ctcLink Mobile App Will Be Available 

One exciting feature of ctcLink is an app you can use on your mobile devices. Search the app store (iPhone) or play store (Android) on your mobile device for “ctcLink” to download and install this free app today. Note: You must activate your ctcLink account before using the mobile app or its web-based version. More information about how to activate your ctcLink will be coming soon.

Still Have Questions?

If you still have questions, refer to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Students web page.

ctcLink Email Updates

Following is an archive of updated messages sent to students about the transition to ctcLink from our current systems. It is intended for reference and review.

Spring 2021 ctcLink Announcement for Students

Hello,

Skagit Valley College is excited to announce that updated MySVC tools are coming in early October, called ctcLink. Your registration for Summer and Fall will continue to be available in the existing MySVC toolbox.

While we will continue to offer excellent customer service to our students, please note there may be a delay or disruption to our services as we make this transition. We will make every effort to answer your questions in a timely manner.

Below is a preview of the updated online student center:

The ctcLink system will allow you to register for classes, view your SVC account balance, and connect with your advisor all in one place.

Additional features of this new centralized system include the ability to view grades and track academic goals.

You will have 24/7 access to these mobile-friendly tools. Once an account is activated, a new student ID number and student record will stay with you wherever they go within the Washington community and technical college system.

We look forward to providing you with this easy to navigate system. Please stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the October launch date.

Questions regarding this message can be sent to ctcLinkInfo@skagit.edu.

Sincerely,

The SVC ctcLink Project Team

Summer 2021 ctcLink Announcement for Students

Skagit Valley College is excited to announce that updated MySVC tools are coming in early October, called ctcLink. Your registration for Summer and Fall will continue to be available in the existing MySVC toolbox. 

While we will continue to offer excellent customer service to our students, please note there may be a delay or disruption to our services as we make this transition. We will make every effort to answer your questions in a timely manner.  

Below is a preview of the updated mobile student center: 

The ctcLink system will allow you to register for classes, view your SVC account balance, and connect with your advisor, all in one place. 

Additional features of this new centralized system include the ability to view grades and track academic goals.  

You will have 24/7 access to these mobile-friendly tools. Once an account is activated, a new student ID number and student record will stay with you wherever you go within the Washington community and technical college system. 

We look forward to providing you with this easy-to-navigate system. Please stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the October launch date. 

Questions regarding this message can be sent to ctcLinkInfo@skagit.edu.  

Sincerely, 

The SVC ctcLink Project Team