Offices & Services

Office of the Registrar

Self Service for Faculty

Self Service is a platform for students, faculty, and staff to view information about their WC profile in one place.

Each group has access to specific modules. The academic modules are maintained by the Registrar’s Office and include “Faculty,” “Advising,” and “Student Planning.”   Within the “Faculty” and “Advising”  modules, you can view your course rosters, your advising lists, and enter final grades.  The “Student Planning” module is accessible to students only. 

For more information, please read through the tabs below.

To login to Self Service, please click here or visit: https://colleague-ss.washcoll.edu/Student

Your user ID and password will be the same you use to login to WebAdvisor.

  • What do I need to do right now?

    Please take the time to login to Self Service and view your rosters and advising lists.  Final grading for the Fall 2018 semester should be done on Self Service. 

     

    The link to login to Self Service is: https://colleague-ss.washcoll.edu/Student

  • How do I learn to use Self Service?

    Click here for a brief PDF guide to Self Service.

    Additionally, individual training sessions by department can be scheduled with the Registrar.  We would review how to view a student’s progress, your department’s major/minor requirements within the audit, and go over how to enter final grades.  To schedule a meeting, please contact Ashley Turlington at aturlington2@washcoll.edu.

  • What are students using?

    All students now have access to Student Planning, the module of Self Service that allows them to view their progress toward their degree, register for classes, and plan for future semesters.  Freshmen successfully registered for Spring classes using this system in November.

     

    Interested in what students have access to? 

    To view information about Student Planning, guides, and other info regarding registration,, please visit the Student Planning webpage

  • Should I still use WebAdvisor?

    Short answer: yes. 

    There are some components of WebAdvisor we need that aren’t yet available in Self Service.  

    Unfortunately, we have to continue using WebAdvisor to approve advises to register.  Self Service does not give us the option to clear students to register for any course.  It requires that you approve each specific course a student plans to take, which is not feasible for us.