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REGISTRATION: Procedures

ADMISSIONS OFFICE
SC 115  Ph 2260 
email: harveya@nacc.edu 

VICE PRESIDENT/DEAN OF INSTRUCTION
PA 121  Phone 2240 
email stewarta@nacc.edu

How to Register

More Information: Overload, Audit, Incomplete Registration

Add Classes, Change, Drop, or Withdraw

Class Schedules

See Academic Calendar

Which way you register depends on how you are classified as a student:

First-time college student

Follow the instructions for Applying for Admission.

Register at Orientation when assigned by the Admissions Office.
 

Dual Enrollment/Accelerated

1. Obtain permission from high school currently attending. The Permission to Register form must be on file at Northeast before registration. For forms, see Dual Enrollment

2. After obtaining permission and applying, register for on-campus classes at Early On-Campus  or Regular On-Campus Registration. For classes at high schools, follow schools' instructions.
 

Current student

You can register by any method:

Online

Early On-Campus

Regular On-Campus

Late On-Campus
 

Returning student, not currently enrolled

If you were enrolled last Spring but skipped Summer, you are current for Fall and can register as a current student (above). If you skipped any other term:

1. Apply for Readmission (same form as Applying for Admission).

2. Contact the Admissions Office to be allowed to register by any method:

Online

Early On-Campus

Regular On-Campus

Late On-Campus

 

Transfer from another college

1. Apply for Admission and send official college transcript from previous college(s) attended.

2. Contact the Admissions Office for registration instructions.
 

Transient from another college

1. Bring or send letter of transience to Admissions Office.

2. Contact the Admissions Office for registration instructions.

 

REGISTRATION METHODS AND TIMES

ONLINE Registration

Meet with your faculty advisor to select classes, show your STARS Guide or 2to4 Guide, and obtain clearance/authorization. See advisor phone and email.

PAYMENT: Pay in full by the announced deadline unless scholarships, grant, or other assistance is arranged. The due date will show on NOAH during the registration process.

OUT OF DEGREE PLAN (ODP): if you get an Out of Degree Plan message (ODP) when you register online, contact the Dean of Student Services immediately. Email graces@nacc.edu with your name and student id number. Any course with an ODP message will affect your Pell Grant award, might affect other financial aid, and might affect your plans to graduate or transfer.

Online registration is available through NOAH, Northeast Online Account Host. USE ANY NOAH LOG-IN LINK ON THIS WEBSITE:

 NOAH Log-In            NOAH Instructions

EARLY Registration on Campus

The dates for advising and registering on campus are on the Academic Calendar.

Start by contacting your advisor. A STARS or 2to4 Guide is required.

Entering or returning students should follow the instructions of the Admissions Office.

Pay in full by the announced deadline unless scholarships, grant, or other assistance is arranged. The due date will show on NOAH during the registration process.

REGULAR Registration on Campus 

The dates are shown on the Academic Calendar. A STARS or 2to4 Guide is required. Pay in full on the day you register unless scholarships, grant, or other assistance is arranged.

LATE Registration on Campus (also Drop/Add period)

There is a $25 late fee if not already registered, unless special provision is made. A STARS or 2to4 Guide is required. If already registered, there is no fee for changing a schedule during late registration period. See how to: Add, Change, Drop, or Withdraw.

Degree Plan:  If an ODP message comes onscreen when you register, please email Dean of Student Services Sherie Grace as soon as possible. The ODP message means that you are taking a course "out of degree plan." Any course with an ODP message will affect your Pell Grant award, might affect other financial aid, and might affect your plans to graduate or transfer.

STARS Guide or 2to4 Guide/Transfer Agreement:  You must print a STARS Guide or 2to4 Guide, even if you are unsure about transferring after Northeast. Make a copy for your advisor and one for yourself. See Planning to Transfer.

Student ID:  A Student ID card is required. See Student ID Cards.

Parking Permits:  See Parking Permits and Parking & Traffic Regulations.

IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY . . .
      It is the policy of NACC to make its services, facilities, and programs accessible to all people, including people with disabilities. If a disability prevents you or someone you know from fully using the services and programs of NACC, the staff needs to hear from you about how they can help. You may contact Katelin Miller, ADA Student Contact and Compliance Officer in Office 115 of the Student Center, or you may speak with anyone in the Admissions Office. NACC is an equal opportunity organization and is committed to providing accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all other applicable regulations.
     See:  Students with Disabilities webpages
     Contact: Katelin Miller at millerk@nacc.edu 
     Room: SC 115-C   Phone ext: 2322

Full policies of Northeast Alabama Community College are published in the Faculty and Staff Handbook (employment policies), or the Catalog (academic and student policies), or can be obtained from the Office of the President. While this website attempts to present information accurately, it does not constitute the complete statement of policies of Northeast Alabama Community College. Contents are subject to change without notice.