Records & Registration Resources
Find all the forms you need in one place.
Use our online portal, MyNCC, to register for classes and view your student information.
How do I know how many credits I have earned?
The total number of credits you have earned can be found on your unofficial transcript when you log into MyNCC. The following do not count toward total earned credits: courses in progress (courses must be graded to be considered complete), repeated courses (only one counts, if successful), audited courses or courses that are graded as 'Incomplete' or 'Failed'. Transfer credits do count.
Do I need to make an appointment with my advisor prior to registration?
All full-time students (students registered for 12 or more credits per semester) must have their advisor's approval prior to registration. For more information about advising services, visit the Academic Advising page.
Do I need to pay for my courses the same day that I register?
No, you will not owe funds towards your tuition the day you register. Tuition payments are due to the Bursar's Office no later than Wednesday, January 3, 2018.
If you owe an overdue financial obligation to the College, however, you will not be eligible for Spring Registration.
How will I be notified of my registration date?
MyNCC will show your allowed registration date based upon completed credits.
What should I do to prepare for registration?
Full-time students will need to be cleared by an advisor prior to their registration date. Full-time students should schedule a time to meet with their assigned advisor. Students can find their advisor's name and contact information in MyNCC under My Advisor.
Part-time students are not required to meet with an advisor. However, part-time students are encouraged to consult with an advisor if they wish in the Advising Office on the Bethlehem Campus or the Student Services Office on the Monroe Campus.
Prior to meeting with an advisor, students should use the "Courses Needed to Graduate" feature in MyNCC to determine which courses are still necessary to complete their degree, certificate, or diploma. Students should also plan a tentative schedule for the Fall semester to share with the advisor when they meet to discuss their courses.