Information You Need to Know
The College Difference
College can be different from High School in a variety of ways. Explore the differences so that you can be prepared to take college classes.
Enroll in courses at NSCC with the intent of receiving college credit only. In this option, the learner is responsible for the cost of tuition, fees, and books.
Enroll in courses at NSCC with the intent of receiving high school and college credit. In this option, the tuition, fees, and books are paid for through state funding
and your school district. Additionally, learners would be responsible for costs beyond that of the approved maximum number of semester hours allowed by legislation
per academic year.
When learners start in the CCP program, they are required to complete their first 15 credit hours from the approved list of Level One Courses. Check out these courses and
how you can get started with them and on a pathway below.
Mature Content Statement
The subject matter of a course enrolled in under the College Credit Plus program may include mature subject matter or materials, including those of a graphic,
explicit, violent, or sexual nature, that will not be modified based upon College Credit Plus enrollee participation regardless of where the course instruction
Students and faculty are expected to engage in their academic work with integrity and respect for others. Students are expected to submit academic work that reflects
their own original thought and is their own. Any misrepresentation in academic work, including plagiarism, is a form of academic dishonesty.