NCC Covid-19 Information
Students are asked not to return to campus until further notice. All courses that can be instructed remotely have been transitioned to this form of instruction. All campus operations, except essential services, are remote. NCC-sponsored and on-campus gatherings with plans of more than 50 individuals have been canceled or will be rescheduled.
First, complete the application process, after that, plan to meet with an academic advisor to make sure you're taking the correct courses for your program of study. Meeting with an academic advisor is important to keep you on track especially if you receive financial aid, since courses that are not required in your program are not covered by financial aid.
(including Transfer Students)
You should see an advisor before registering. You will be sent advisement information through your NCC Student Email account when you can set up your own advisement appointment.
Placement into RDG 001 and/or WRT 001 requires you to meet with a DCRAA Department Advisor for Advisement and Registration. For more information, please go to North Hall 205 or call 516.572.7464.
During credit priority registration periods you may register on the date and time based on the number of credits you have earned, just log in to MyNCC and register. After credit priority registration has ended, you may log in and register at anytime. See your Academic Advisor as needed or log in to MyNCC and run a Degree Evaluation online to make sure you are on track.
You are STRONGLY recommended to meet with your department advisor.
You will not be allowed to register until you attend a Retention Strategy Session (RSS) given by the Center for Educational and Retention Center (CERC). For more information, please go to CERC Office, Nassau Hall, room 19 or call 516.572.7141.
You are STRONGLY recommended to seek approval of your 2nd degree or certificate prior to registration. Some courses require you to be admitted into the program.
You are STRONGLY recommended to register online for courses with no prerequisites.
You may register online for courses with no prerequisites or if you have submitted to the Office of the Registrar your Home Institution Approval verifying prerequisites. You may also register in person with approval from your home institution.