|Winter Full Term Day, Evening Classes||December 27, 2021 - January 13, 2022|
|Winter 1st Half Classes||December 27, 2021 - January 5, 2022|
|Winter 2nd Half Classes||January 6, 2022 - January 13, 2022|
|Last Day to Drop/Add||December 28, 2021|
If you attended any term on or after Winter 2021, you may register for Winter 2022 by logging into your myNCC Portal.
You are a Returning Student if you have attended and were enrolled in a degree program at NCC. You left for at least one year, and you wish to re-enroll in a degree program.
If you meet the definition above to apply as a Returning student be aware that academic advisement may be limited for Summer and Winter terms and financial aid may not be available. Any questions concerning loans or aid must be discussed with Financial Aid.
Acceptance as a non-degree student means that you are not matriculated into a program of study and are not eligible for state, federal financial aid or loan programs.
Personal Enrichment: you do not intend to earn a degree or certificate at NCC but rather plan to take one or more courses for personal enrichment, for transfer to another college or for professional growth.
If you have never attended NCC or attended prior to Winter 2021, you must submit proof of either high school graduation and /or completion of a college degree to complete the application process. Once admitted you may register for Winter 2022 by logging into your myNCC Portal. Students who attended Winter 2021 or after may register for Winter 2022.
Students who are matriculated at another institution may, with the permission of their home institution, study at NCC for up to two consecutive semesters,w hile still maintaining matriculated status at their home college.
If you are currently attending another University/College: You must submit proof of enrollment at your Home Institution by submitting either NCC's Visiting Student Home Institution Approval Form signed by your school, or your home school permission form, or enrollment verification by the National Student Clearinghouse. The NCC Visiting Student Home Institution Approval Form is available by clicking on the link.
Important Information for All Students taking face to face classes:
Per SUNY's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, any students who will have a presence on campus i.e. enrolled in courses with on-campus, face-to-face (“F2F”) instruction, students working on campus, student athletes, and students who plan on using on-campus resources (library, bookstore, computer labs) and/or plan on attending on-campus events or club meetings are required to be either fully vaccinated, in process of being fully vaccinated, or be granted an Exemption.
Note: The College reserves the right to close admission early.