How to register for a CLEP Exam at NCC:
Next CLEP test is scheduled for March 19, 2015 at 10:00AM. Please contact Lisa Yorio at 578-8987 to sign up for the test.
Anyone wishing to register for a CLEP exam would log onto www.collegeboard.com/clep and register via the My Account feature. Payment for the exam is presently $80.00 and is made at the time of registration through My Account. You will be issued a registration ticket after paying for an exam.
After you receive this ticket, you may then contact Nashua Community College and sign up for a specific date to test. You will be asked for the Voucher number that is written on your registration ticket-so please have the ticket handy when you call. Please bring your registration ticket with you on the day of the exam with two forms of identification. One must be a photo and the other must have your signature. Our center charges a $25.00 fee to administer the exam which is paid on the date of the test.
Enrolling in most Honors courses at NCC does not require application to the Honors Program. Please see your advisor or the Honors Program Coordinator for more information about taking Honors courses.
Note: New students who qualify for Honors courses but who elect to enroll n the first semester may still be considered for Honors coursework at a later time. The same applies to admission to the full Honors Program.
Students who wish to participate in full Honors Program must submit a completed application to the Admissions Office. Honors courses completed successfully prior to acceptance into the Honors Program will count toward the total honors credits needed to graduate with the Honors Program designation, and grades earned in such courses will be factored into the Honors Program GPA and grade maintenance standards outlined below.
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
The Honors Program is open to all new and continuing NCC students whether part-time or full-time. The Honors Program has established the following general criteria for admission:
1. Be a high school graduate or GED recipient AND
Have earned the following minimum SAT scores: English score of 550 and Writing score of 8 OR
Have earned the following minimum Accuplacer scores: Reading 95, Writing 6, Sentence Skills 95.
2. Be a current NCC student, have earned at least 12 credits of college-level work with at least 6 credits in General Education courses, and have earned a minimum cumulative GPA or 3.30 OR
3. Be a transfer student from another college/university, have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.30, and have transferred at least 12 credits of college-level work with at least 6 credits in General Education courses OR
4. Be a transfer student who has completed 6 credits in another college's honors program with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 (the minimum GPA required of NCC Honors Program students to maintain program status).
To apply, the student must complete the following requirements:
Complete an application form available from the Admissions Office or from the Honors Program Coordinator
Provide two letters of reference from faculty members, academic counselors, or others who are qualified to comment on the applicant's abilities and potential to succeed in the NCC Honor Program
Write an essay explaining why he/she should be accepted into the Honors Program. The essay form is included in the Honors Program application materials.
MAINTAINING HONORS PROGRAM STATUS
To remain in the Honors Program, students must maintain an overall cumulative GPA of 3.20.
Students are allowed one semester of Honors probation.
During the semester of Honors probation, students must raise their overall GPA to a minimum of 3.20.
Students not meeting the overall minimum 3.20 GPA at the end of the probationary semester may be withdrawn from the Honors Program.
To graduate with the Honors Program designation, students must have:
1. Applied and been accepted into the Honors Program
2. Successfully completed a minimum of 15 credits of Honors coursework, including:
At least one Honors Learning Community
Honors Senior Seminar
Honors Capstone Experience
A minimum grade of B- in each Honors course AND
A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.20 in the degree program AND
A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.20 in Honors coursework.
HONORS DESIGNATED COURSES
|HONN117||Honors Environmental Science||3||1||4|
|HONN110||Honors Expository Writing||4||0||4|
|HONN270||Honors Learning Community||6||0/1||6/7|
|*HONN130||Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy||3||0||3|
|Previous Offerings for HONN260 Topics in Honors Seminar include:|
|*HONN260A||Introduction to Chinese Culture & Society||3||0||3|
|HONN260B||Humor in Literature & Other Media||3||0||3|
*Prerequisite or Co-requisite: HONN 110 or ENGN 101 and permission of the Honors Program Coordinator or Admissions into the Honors Program.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011; 10:00am - 1:00pm and 3:00pm - 6:00pm
407 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03063
Please mention Nashua Community College when making your reservation to take advantage of the discounted daily rate of $119 which includes breakfast.
Parking area will be marked outside of the Wellness Center. Please watch for signs.
There are a number of restaurants on Amherst Street including Ruby Tuesdays, Longhorn Steakhouse, TGIF Fridays, Applebees, Lilac Blossom etc.
In our gymnasium we will have a table set up for each college and university attending.
Enter your NCC ID # - (Your ID is the 9-digit number beginning with the @ sign)
NCC ID#: _________________
New SIS PIN: _______________
Access your academic information online using the Student Information System (SIS). Your EasyLogin username and password is available here.
Your EasyLogin is used to access the SIS, Student E-mail, Blackboard, and Library services.
Once logged into the SIS, at the Main Menu select Personal Information, then select Student EasyLogin Information.
While on the EasyLogin information page, be sure to select the Activate/Manage EasyLogin Account link at the bottom left to create your security questions to ensure 24/7 password reset access.
You may now use your EasyLogin to access the SIS, Student E-mail, Blackboard, and Library Services from www.nashuacc.edu - eServices tab.
Evening, day, weekend, and online courses are offered to reflect Nashua Community College's mission of valuing lifelong learning, and striving to accomodate the needs of all students. By serving students bound by time and responsibility constraints, NCC can meet the needs of more and more students in the community.
Courses offered in the Evening are identical in quality and content to courses offered in the Day Division and are taught by highly qualified and dedicated academics and professionals, many of whom teach in the Day division as well.
Evening courses are scheduled in various formats to provide students with flexible options and the opportunity to complete their programs of study by attending only on evenings and weekends. Course schedules include: