Orientation is a mandatory program that will help make your transition to NCC a successful one. You will be invited by mail to Orientation before classes start based on which academic program you have been accepted into. In the meantime, this Online Orientation will outline the next steps in the process towards becoming an NCC Student.
Once you have been accepted to a degree or certificate program at NCC, you will receive an acceptance letter and invoice for $30 in the mail. (In addition, a $100 nonrefundable advance tuition deposit is required for the following programs: Automotive Technology, Collision Repair Technology, Honda Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts, and Nursing) This acceptance letter will detail what program you have been accepted into and for what term. The $30 charge for Orientation includes your NCC Student ID and Parking Pass.
With acceptance letter in hand, it is now time to register for classes. You will need to meet with your Academic Advisor. For most students, that means setting up an appointment with the Advising Center. However, some students will have a Faculty member as their advisor. To view the complete list of NCC Academic Advisors and their contact information, click here.
After registering for classes, you will be able to access the NCC Student Information System (SIS). This is where you will be able to access your schedule of classes; textbook information; tuition bill; financial aid award information; Blackboard and Email usernames; grades, etc. You will access the SIS with your Student ID, ex: @12345678 (you must include the "@" symbol) and your pin number, which is your six digit date of birth (MMDDYY), ex: If your birthday is July 27, 1993, your PIN is 072793. For more detailed information on how to do this, click here.
Once you are registered for classes, tuition payment is due two weeks before classes start. You will either need to pay your tuition in full; have a signed financial aid award letter in place; or make payment arrangements by setting up a payment plan. For more information on payment options, click here.
The College is well aware of the financial burden of meeting college costs. The Financial Aid Office at NCC encourages students to apply for assistance. Assistance is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work study. Federal, state, and private scholarship funds are often limited. Applications with the greatest financial need receive first consideration for assistance. Applications should be filed by May 1 each year to receive consideration for state grants
Please visit our website at http://www.nashuacc.edu/financial-aid/general-info-fin-aid for additional information.