Registration for summer and fall classes is open. We encourage you to register as early as possible for the best chance at the classes and schedule you want. Plan ahead by reviewing the schedule online and making note of other commitments such as work and family obligations.
Returning students are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisor prior to registering. You can also review DegreeWorks to ensure you are on track to reach your academic goals. Once you know the classes you need and the schedule you want, register online through myNSCC.
Newly admitted students are required to attend Student Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR). During SOAR, you will meet with an academic advisor and register for classes.
Current students who have questions about registration should contact their academic division, and newly admitted students with questions should contact the admissions office.
With winter weather in full swing, school delays and closings happen more often. Unlike K-12 school systems, NSCC does not provide transportation and relies on different factors to determine whether to close or delay. For more information on how the College makes these decisions and what to do if you do not feel comfortable traveling when classes are in session, please review the College’s inclement weather procedures.
The best way to stay informed of delays, closings and other important NSCC-related information is to sign up for the QuickAlert system. QuickAlert can call, text and/or email you with emergency notifications.
Delays and closings are also distributed to local television and radio stations. A complete list is available here.
Get a jump start on your research and have some fun at the same time during Write in the Night on Tuesday, February 24. The NSCC Library and Success Center will be open until midnight to help you refine and format your next big assignment. In addition to mini workshops and one-on-one assistance, enjoy free chair massages, the chance to spin the wheel for prizes and snacks.
Make plans to join us. Check out myNSCC for more information, or email library@NorthwestState.edu.
Hard copies of 1098-T forms will be mailed to students by January 31, 2015. You can access your 1098-T form now through your myNSCC account. Go to the billing and financial aid tab, click on Banner self-service, student, student account and tax notification. Enter the tax year and click submit.
If you have any questions on your statement, please contact the NSCC Business Office at 419.267.1311 or visit C107.
Northwest State Community College has issued a request for proprosals for a third-party evaluator and career coaching services. Both are part of the recently awarded TAACCT grant, which is sponsored by the US Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. The services will run through September 30, 2018.
Written proposals are due by 5 p.m. on Monday, February 9, 2015. For more information, contact Tom Wylie, associate vice president of special projects, at twylie@NorthwestState.edu using the subject “TAACCCT Proposal Questions.” Questions should be submitted no later than January 28, 2015.
Students for Community Outreach and Awareness (SCOA) is an official student group at Northwest State. SCOA’s activities focus on social issues such as suicide prevention, domestic violence and child abuse.
Recent projects include fundraising for Christmas for Kids, volunteering at the PATH Center and managing the NSCC Food Pantry. To learn more about how the group is reaching out to local communities and how you can get involved, check out the spring edition of the SCOA newsletter.
Campus will be open December 22 and 23. We recommend contacting the department you plan to visit for details on their holiday office hours these two days. Campus will be closed Wednesday, December 24-Sunday, January 4. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season!
Congratulations to all of the students who made the Dean’s List for fall semester. Click here to view the complete list.