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Location: Setting up courses > How students enroll How students enroll To enroll in a typical course, a student needs to have a: c Student access code, a valid credit card, or a PayPal account – Students get an access code with a new book purchase or by buying the code separately in a student access kit/card at the campus bookstore. Students can also buy access to a course online with a credit card or PayPal account while they are enrolling. Important: The student access code is nontransferable and can be used only once . c Course ID – This number, which identifies your particular course, consists of your last name followed by five digits, for example, wong63229. You must give your students the course ID before they can enroll. c Email address – The student's registration and enrollment confirmation will be sent to this email address. This address is also available to you, the instructor, for course-based communications. A student who does not already have a Pearson account and is enrolling for the first time should follow the registration instructions on the home page of the CourseCompass website . To assist these students, print the instructions and distribute them, along with the course ID for your course. A student who already has a Pearson account performs steps 1 through 6 in Registering and Enrolling in a New Subject below to enroll in a new course. To assist these students, copy the instructions to a document and distribute. You may want to enter your
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