- If you are enrolling in an on-campus program, NCC hosts numerous orientations for each term. You will be invited to attend one of these.
- If you are enrolling in an online program, NCC offers an Online Student Orientation course located in Canvas.
- If you are a high school student who is taking college courses, visit our website for important information and review the Joint Enrollment Student Handbook.
- High School or High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) or GED Transcripts
- Contact your high school to have your transcript sent to NCC showing you have completed your high school diploma or HSED or GED. These transcripts will be used for admission into specific academic programs, financial aid and scholarship eligibility.
- College Transcripts
- If you are planning on transferring in credits from another college or university, please have your official college transcripts sent directly to the Admissions Office.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
To apply for Financial Aid you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) . Make sure to list NCC’s school code of 004600.
Once your FAFSA is completed and received by NCC log into MyPlace and then click on Financial Aid to view the Required Documents you must return to NCC before your financial aid eligibility can be determined.
View the Financial Aid Checklist for more details regarding financial aid.
You should also view NCC’s numerous scholarship opportunities. Deadlines for scholarships vary, but March 1 is the main deadline.
Paying your bill
- Payment for tuition, fees, and all other related charges are due on the first day of class. Visit our website for more details regarding your bill, meal plans, sponsorships and much more.
- If you are a high school student who is taking concurrent enrollment courses through your high school, please disregard the billing section.
- To purchase textbooks, supplies and NCC merchandise visit NCC’s College Store.
- If you are a high school student, please contact your guidance counselor about your school’s policy on textbooks.
- You must work with an advisor in order to drop a class. If you do not know who your advisor is, email student services.
- Deadlines do exist in order to receive a refund and/or be able to be withdrawn from your class. You can find these dates in Canvas.