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The Student Services Centre (SSC) at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College provides a variety of professional services through one-on-one, group and workshop settings. The Centre provides a number of confidential services such as Personal and Academic Counselling, Educational Advising, Career Exploration, Workshops, Seminars, Financial Aid and Housing Information.

The Centre's Resource Room contains up-to-date information on higher and further Education and is open to the general public. Persons can obtain information on courses and programmes available at Higher Education Institutions in the Caribbean, North America and the United Kingdom at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Users can browse the many catalogues and guides for full and partial scholarships to major universities in the Caribbean, North America and the United Kingdom. Students may also use the Resource Room for quiet private study.

Users of the Centre are kept up-to-date on developments at the SSC through the Centre's quarterly Newsletter "SUPPORT". Students can use the daily "walk-in service" or schedule an appointment at the Student Services Centre, either by visiting the Centre or by calling 758-457-7300. Counsellors are available by appointment between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. daily except Wednesday Drop-in Service: anytime as long as a counsellor is available.

This center belongs to a network of educational advising centers affiliated with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and strives to provide accurate, comprehensive, current, and unbiased information on educational opportunities in the United States.

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How do I know if I am accepted or not?
A notice for collection of responses for the upcoming academic year will be posted on the College’s website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages when it is available. All applicants will be issued with a response.

I applied for SALCC; when is registration?
Before you can register, you must first be accepted. Upon collection of your acceptance letter, registration dates will be given.

I have received my CXC results. Should I bring a copy to the College?
No. SALCC receives its own copy of June CXC results from the Ministry of Education every year and as such, applicants are not required to submit a copy.

I sat CXC in January but did not submit my results with my application. What should I do?
When completing the application form, certified evidence of all results should have been submitted along with the application. In the event you did not submit those results, you are to do so IMMEDIATELY as the College does not receive January CXC results from the Ministry of Education. These results should be brought to the Students Services Department, Ground Floor, Administration Building.

When is the deadline for student applications?
Every year, the initial application deadline is in March and the late application deadline is in June, after which time applications are closed.  Applications are usually available from February of every year.

I am unable to pay the full amount by the date of registration. Is there a way I can pay later?
The College recognizes that not everyone is able to afford the fees all at once and as such, students are asked to speak with the Bursar regarding a Tuition Installment Plan (TIP).

How will I know if I got accepted to be a Lab Monitor, to which I applied?
All Lab Monitor applicants will be notified via email whether or not they are accepted.  The Lab Monitor positions are ONLY OPEN TO REGISTERED STUDENTS.

What is the cost of a replacement student ID card?
Student ID cards are replaced at a cost of EC$30.00. This fee should be paid at the Finance Department and you are to report to the Information Technology Services Department (ITS) thereafter with your receipt for the card to be printed.

How do I access the College’s wireless network?
All staff and registered students are issued with a wifi code, which can be obtained from the Information Technology Services Department (ITS), top floor of the Business Department.

My email address and contact numbers have changed. How do I update my student information?
Students have the access to update their own profiles on the College's system. Simply log into your student profile on SONIS, and in the top right hand corner, click “Update Bio”. There, you will be able to updated your information.

To assist you in the registration process, we have structured the registration process into 5 easy steps




  1. Report to your Division or Department with the following: 
     letter of offer from the College (New Students Only)
     the original and one copy of your CXC results slip (New Students Only);
     one certified copy of your birth certificate (New Students Only);
     two legible copies of the Bank of St. Lucia deposit slip;
     black or blue ink pen.
  2. Obtain relevant information (course codes, course titles and number of credits for the current
Semester) from a member of staff from the students’ Division/Department in order to complete Online Enrollment.


  1. Consult your Division/Department for the Academic Advising schedule information for Students, for dates and locations of your advising sessions.
  2. SEMESTER 1 - All students must attend your Divisional Orientation and Academic Advising session.
  3. SEMESTER 2 - All students must attend Academic Advising session.


To access the online registration go to secure area at  Your Student ID is your 9-character student registration ID number quoted in your acceptance letter, and your default password is your date of birth in the format MMDDYY (You will be prompted to change your default password on your first time login). Login to the Portal, CLICK ON the REGISTRATION Tab and register for your courses as per your academic advisement.
You can register online wherever there is a stable and secure internet connection or you can visit one of the computer labs on campus designated for online registration.
At the BEGINNING of each academic year you are required to register for all Semester 1 courses. Registration for Semester 2 courses takes place at the beginning of Semester 2 normally in January of each year.
Check CAREFULLY to ensure that the courses for which you enrolled online are those given at academic advising. Make sure you register for the correct section of a course.
Change in Registration: Students are allowed to make changes in registration (Drop/Add) without penalty during the normal registration period (Up to the end of Week 1). Once the normal registration period has ended, there will be a fee applied ($10.00 per transaction) for any changes in registration.


  1. Prior to the end of the registration period, all fees must be paid at any branch of the Bank of St. Lucia (BOSL) A/C# 904120789.
  2. Deposit slips must be completed in Triplicate – one copy remains at the Bank and you must keep the other two copies.
  3. Your name, SALCC Student ID number and Division must be entered on the bank deposit slip.
  4. The College will not be responsible when payments by students cannot be identified on the Bank Statement due to lack of information.
Please note:
  • Appropriate payment arrangement must be made with the Bursar in cases where all fees or part thereof cannot be made.
  • Students who have opted to be on a Tuition Installment Plan must pay at least 50% of the fees.
  • Students on a Tuition Installment Plan would incur a $30.00 penalty for late payment of fees.
  • Students on a Tuition Installment who have not met the deadline date for payment will incur an additional $30.00 for each month the fees are not paid.


Check online for financial clearance three (3) working days after registration by logging on to SONISWEB’s Student Portal website at Login, Select ‘Financial’ Tab ‘Ledger’ Tab and
verify that your payment has been applied to your account for the current Semester. 
If you have not received financial clearance after three (3) working days, visit the Finance Department, First Floor, Admnistration Building.


Financial clearance is required for the issuance of a new SALCC ID Card. Once you have received financial clearance, visit the ITS Department with a legible copy of your Bank of St. Lucia Deposit Slip, on the date
designated for ID cards for your department.


New ID cards are only issued to NEW/Re-Entry Students ONLY. Continuing students - If you received financial clearance your SALCC Student ID Card is automatically revalidated.


If you registered in Semester 1 and received financial clearance, after registration in Semester 2, your SALCC student ID card is automatically revalidated. 
Students requiring SALCC ID cards for Semester 2 must visit the ITS Department. You must obtain financial clearance in order to obtain a SALCC Student ID.



Registration is the formal process of becoming a student of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC), enabling you to attend lectures, receive tuition, sit exams, use the library and other facilities, and be a member of thesalcc registration SALCC Students Council. In order to attend a class at SALCC, a student must first register for the course. Registration involves a series of steps that a student must follow to officially register for a course.


A student is deemed to have registered for a course when his/her financial obligations to the College have been fulfilled. Registration for a course constitutes registration for the College’s examinations in that course. All students are responsible for their registration. 


ALL STUDENTS are required to register online. This means that students can register from anywhere, either on-campus or off-campus, simply using a computer with internet access between the designated dates of the registration period.


You may register using any PC with Internet access either at home, at an on-campus computer lab or at any internet café. We encourage you to use off-campus facilities to avoid long queues and unnecessary delay at the on-campus computer labs.


1. Academic Advising - Collection of relevant information at students’ respective Division/Department for completion of online Enrolment
2. Online Enrolment into courses
3. Payment of fees at any branch of the Bank of St. Lucia (A/C# 904120789) prior to the end of the registration period
4. Financial Clearance
5. Processing of I.D. card



  • All students are required to register per semester. 
  • All students are required to register by the end of the 1st week of every semester.
  • Late registration and change in registration (Drop/Add) shall be permitted up to the end of the 2nd week of each semester on payment of a late registration/change in registration fee.
  • Late registration and changes in registration after the deadline date may be facilitated only in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the Registrar. APPROPRIATE FEES APPLY.


Un-enrolment of Students for Non-Payment of Fees



New students will have their offer withdrawn and will be required to submit a new application for admission within the application period for entry at a future date if they have not paid all fees and/or in cases where there is no arrangements with the Finance Department by:

  • Friday, 27th September 2019 for Semester I,
  • Friday, 24th January 2020 for Semester II,
  • Friday, 26th June 2020 for Summer session.



Continuing Students will be placed on a Compulsory Leave of Absence if they have not paid all fees and/or in cases where there is no arrangements with the Finance Department by:

  • Friday, 27th September 2019 for Semester I,
  • Friday, 24th January 2020 for Semester II,
  • Friday, 26th June 2020 for Summer session


NEW AND CONTINUING STUDENTS who have paid all fees but NOT registered by the end of the official registration period would be required to seek the approval of their respective Dean/Co-ordinator and complete a Change in Registration form (DROP/ADD). APPROPRIATE FEES APPLY.

NOTE: Registration will not be permitted after that registration period (up to the end of week 2) without the approval of the Dean/Co-ordinator. Additional late registration fees will be imposed.  Any student with outstanding fees from the previous Semester will not be permitted to register for courses in the following Semester until these outstanding fees have been settled with the Finance Department.


Students are asked to follow the procedures listed below to register for classes. Students with access to computers can do their online registration outside of the College. Students with no access to computers can utilize the College’s facility at Laboratory 1 and 3.

  1. Log into Sonisweb by going to
  2. Enter your Student ID and Pin.
    1. Your Student ID is the number indicated on your letter of offer below the date.  
    2. Your Pin will be your date of birth in the format (MMDDYY). Example your date of birth is March 15 1990 so your pin would be 031590. Once you have successfully logged in you will be required to change the pin. Enter a new pin between six (6) to eight (8) characters in the first box. Enter the same new pin in the second box to confirm and click Submit
    3. You will get back to the login screen. Please enter your student ID and new pin to log into your account.  
    4. If you have forgotten your PIN and/or ID, please click on the link under the LOGIN button. You will receive your new PIN to the email address that you indicated on your application form. If you do not get a response it means that your email address in SONIS is incorrect and you need to follow the procedure below in 3 
    5. If you experience any difficulty in accessing your account please email:  . Subject of the email should be “Sonisweb Access”.You must include in the body of the email your Student ID and your Date of Birth. The address that is used to submit the email will be the address that is used to update your record. This will be done within 24 hours Monday to Friday. Weekends and holidays your request will be attended to on the next working day. You will receive an auto-response to your email address when your records have been updated. Follow 3 c) to log in once you have received your ID and PIN.
  3. Click on the Registration Tab to start the enrollment process.
  4. Click on the letter that corresponds to the first letter of the course code on your form. Search the list for the correct course and section. 
  5. Enroll into the correct course and course section as on the registration form. These courses are stored in a “shopping cart”. Once you have selected all your courses click on Continue with step 2. If there are no errors in your selections and you want to continue enrolling click on Step 2 of 3 – Continue then click on Return 

This completes the online enrollment process.

"The fundamental cure for poverty is not money, but knowledge."

Sir William Arthur Lewis

Sir William Arthur Lewis
(Our island's first of two Nobel Laureates)


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