Monday – Thursday
Admissions @ NCC
The Admissions staff is currently on campus Monday-Friday.
For status of your Admissions application, please check your email used to apply. Once your supplemental items have been uploaded we will review your application in 3-5 business days.
***Please note that your acceptance email may be in your junk folder***
Please email Admissions if you have not received your acceptance email within 5 business days. Please include your name, date of birth and student ID number in your email so we may properly assist you.
We look forward to welcoming you into the NCC family!
Please enjoy this Virtual Tour of NCC and hear our students share why they are NCCproud!
We hope and expect that your college experience will be exciting and rewarding at Norwalk Community College. We are very proud of the education we provide, and we feel that it is offered in a friendly and caring environment. You may have specific questions that can be answered by your professors or by other students in your classes. Additionally, we have included several links that may help you.
It is mandatory that first time college students attend a PAW workshop. You will work with an advisor to choose your classes, based on testing and GPA results. We strongly recommend that you attend Orientation. Our Orientation program will help familiarize you with the College and the location of your individual classes.
Re-Admit / Returning Students
Whether you have decided to return to finish your studies for an associate degree or certificate, or have decided that you need to refresh your skills in a chosen profession, we are glad to have you back.
If you have not registered for three or more consecutive semesters, excluding summer sessions, you must reapply to the College. There is no longer an application fee. In some cases, students applying to be readmitted to the College may be encouraged to take placement tests or show credits earned at another college.
Proof of immunization against measles and varicella may be required, depending upon the student’s date of birth.
The catalog in effect at the time of a student’s readmission to the College, or any subsequent and superseding catalog, will govern that student’s academic status and graduation requirements.