Students who are matriculated at another institution may, with the permission of their home institution, study at Nassau Community College for up to two consecutive semesters, while still maintaining matriculated status at their home college.
Acceptance as a Visiting (Non-Degree/Non-Matriculated) student means you are not pursuing a degree or certificate program at NCC. However, under a consortium agreement, visiting students may take a course at NCC and have those courses count toward their degree or certificate at their “home” school and receive financial aid for them.
First time Admissions Application Processing fee is $55. Your application cannot be submitted without this payment.
Fall Semester: AUGUST 14
Spring Semester: JANUARY 3
Summer: at least two weeks prior to the start of the Summer Semester.
Winterim: at least two weeks prior to the start of the Winterim Semester.
(If a deadline falls on a weekend, applications and all supporting credentials are accepted through the following Monday.)
Submit verification of matriculation by filling out our Home School Approval Form or National Student Clearinghouse Enrollment Verify Report. Documentation can be uploaded while using the online application.
View available courses online, visit Class Schedule
Review prerequisites for all courses as visiting students are responsible for confirming requirements have been met.
If you were born on or after 1/1/1957, and are registering for six or more credits, New York State requires you to submit proof of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) in order to secure your registration for classes. You must also submit the required NYS meningitis survey. Go to Health Services to learn more.
Supporting application documentation can be mailed to the Office of the Registrar, 1 Education Drive, Garden City, NY 11530 or faxed to 516.572.9975.
Please note, Nassau Community College reserves the right to request an applicant complete a third party evaluation for academic documents from outside of the Unites States. The evaluation company must be members of AACRAO, NAFSA, NACES, AICE, ATA and Better Business Bureau.
A consortium agreement permits a student to attend another institution while receiving financial aid from their “home” school. The “home” school is where the student is matriculated in a degree or certificate program. Students may not receive financial aid at two schools for one academic period. It is important to speak with your “home” school’s financial aid office about the steps to receive financial aid for the coursework taken at Nassau Community College (“host school”)
Once your completed application is processed by the Office of the Registrar, you will receive information in the mail with your NCC ID number and instructions on how to register online for your approved courses. Registration for Winterim will begin in late October.
You can also check the status of your application go to myncc. You will need your NCC Student ID which will be mailed to you. Your password would be your date of birth (mmddyy)