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  • Question:

    Do I have to create a COM email address or do I already have one? Role: Student

    Response:

    The student network user account and email is created approximately 4 hours after the student is registered.  All students should receive an email from admissions with account information (see below). 

    <--------Email send to students by Admissions - Start ---------> Dear Applicant,

    Welcome to College of the Mainland! Your application has been received.

    To check on the status of your application, please log in to WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.com.edu/WebAdvisor/WebAdvisor?TYPE=M&PID=CORE-WBMA

    IN&TOKENIDX=4543118144. Click on the "What's My User ID/COM ID?"

    link in the top right-hand corner, and follow the instructions to retrieve your COM ID and user name. Your user name is your Web ID and your COM ID is your password. Once you are in your WebAdvisor account, click on "Prospective Students" and then "My Documents" to view the status of your application.

    To find out if you need the meningitis vaccination before taking classes, visit www.com.edu/admissions/meningitis-vaccinations.php.

    Please contact the Admissions and Records Office at 409-933-8264 if you have any questions.

    It is mandatory for all first time in college students to complete New Student Orientation before they can register for classes. To sign up for New Student Orientation go to:

    https://www.com.edu/student-services/orientation.php and pick the date and time that is convenient for you.

    If you are a transfer or returning student you are encouraged to visit the Advising Center located in the Enrollment Center. The advisors will provide you with important information regarding your

    educational goals and registration.   You may contact an advisor

    directly by emailing the advisor that corresponds with your last

    name:

    A-E   Lesli Carroll

          Lcarroll4903@com.edu

          409-933-8664

    F-J   Kristen Hatfield

          khatfield550@com.edu

          409-933-8156 

    K-O   Fatima Abdeldaim

          fabdeldaim@com.edu

          409-933-8534

    P-T   Elizabeth Bennett

          ebennett3@com.edu

          409-933-8195

    U-Z    Holly Bankston

           hbankston@com.edu

           409-933-8520             

    Please contact the Admissions and Records Office at 409-933-8264 if you have any questions.

    We look forward to seeing you on campus or online soon!

    Sincerely,

    Tamara Hoodye-Harris

    Director of Admissions/International Affairs College of the Mainland

    <--------Email send to students by Admissions - Stop--------->

    Thanks,

    Jim

    James Tagliareni, CGCIO

    Chief Information Officer | Information Technology Services College of the Mainland | 1200 Amburn Road | Texas City, TX | 77591 Phone (409) 933-8989 | WWW.COM.EDU

    Posted: Nov 17, 2014

  • Question:

    If I have been out of school for a couple of years will my credits still apply? And if I still owe student loans can I apply for more? Role: Community

    Response:

    Thank you for your interest in College of the Mainland.  Your college credits may apply depending on the program you enroll in.  To determine if your credits apply, please contact the Admissions and Records Office at 409-933-8264 when you decide your program.

    With regard your loan, the answer is "Yes" as long as the loans are either paid off or in good repayment standing (in deferment or not past due - defaulted on) and as long as you have not exceeded the aggregate loan limits established by the Department of Education.  For more information regarding loans, please contact the Student Financial Services Office at 409-933-8274.

    Vicki Stanfield, Ed.D.

    Vice President for Student Services

    1200 Amburn Road

    Texas City, Texas 77591

    409-933-8213

    vstanfield@com.edu

    Posted: Nov 14, 2014

  • Question:

    I was in class today in TVB-1412 11/12/2014 and I heard coming the continuing ed office talking loudly. I got out of class to go to the restroom and looked in the window there and some woman was talking very loudly at this middle aged man. I was really concerned and was very disrupted by how loudly she was talking to this poor guy. Just wanting to know if the rest of my semester is going to be disrupted by a faculty talking very loudly from her office? Should I make sure I never go into continuing ed? Just making sure this is not how you talk to your new/old enrolling students. Role: Student

    Response:

    The Continuing Education office assists many individuals throughout the day.  All staff take care to provide quality customer service and to treat all individuals with dignity and respect.  The CE office staff is not aware of any incident as described that has occurred today or any day recently.  However, if such an incident occurs again, and you are disrupted in your classroom by loud voices in the CE office, please feel free to come into the office and report the situation to Sally Austin or Tina Starkey.  Thank you for voicing your concern.

    Carla Boone, M.S. - Dean, Workforce and Continuing Education

    Posted: Nov 13, 2014

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