Enrollment Events

Enroll in a Day – Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022 from 10:00am – 2:00pm

We’ve made registration for the upcoming spring semester safe and simple.

Here’s how our Enroll In A Day event works:

  1. Experts will be available 10am-2pm, virtually and/or in person, to help you with Financial Aid, Registration, Admissions and Advising.
  2. Scroll down to view more information on each department. (Some departments require appointments in advance).
  3. Click on the WebEx link to join the session or use the link to schedule and appointment and get the assistance you need.

Admissions

Admissions Information Session

Chat with our Admissions department. Click Join Session to start. This is a virtual Admissions Information Session via WebEx

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Information Session

Chat with our Financial Aid department in person (East Campus, 105). If you are unable to attend in person, please use Microsoft Teams. Teams will require your NetID. Go to office.com and log in with your NCC NetID and password. 

Registrar's Office

Registrar Information Session

Chat with our Registrar department in person (East Campus, 102). If you are unable to attend in person, please use Microsoft Teams. Teams will require your NetID. Go to office.com and log in with your NCC NetID and password. 

Continuing Education & Non-Credit

Continuing Education & Non-Credit Session

Learn more about non-credit certificates and career pathways in Health Care, IT, Business, and Hospitality, as well as a variety of exciting personal enrichment courses.

This is a great opportunity to chat with our Continuing Education and Workforce Development team regarding these offerings.

Click Join Session to start. This is a virtual Information Session via WebEx.

Advising

Advising Appointments

At this appointment you will meet with an advisor to select courses and register online via myCommNet for the upcoming semester.

Virtual Advising will take place via Microsoft Teams. Teams will require your NetID. Go to office.com and log in with your NCC NetID and password. Once you are in, click on Teams to view your account.

Panther Advising Workshops (PAW)

One-on-One Assistance for First Time College Students

Students entering college for the first-time are required to attend a Panther Advising Workshop (PAW) prior to registering for their first semester at NCC.

First-time college students are new students who have never taken classes at any other college or university. If you have taken ECE (early college experience) classes in high school, you are still considered a first-time student.

English as a Second Language (ESL)

One-on-One Assistance for ESL Students

If English is not your first language or if you did not graduate from a U.S. high school with all four years of mainstream English (not ESL) classes, you will need to meet with the ESL department to determine your placement level and register for classes. ESL Sessions are designed specifically for English as a Second Language students.

International Students

Get help as an International Student

International Students (Students requiring an F1 Visa to study at NCC)

Please visit our International Students page to learn more about your registration process.

PACT DEADLINE

Deadline: February 11, 2022

A College Education at No Cost

For more information, go to ct.edu/PACT