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Spring Forward with Early Registration: Get Started

Guide to getting registered for NSCC early

Get Advised

Why get advised?

  • Make certain you're taking the right classes.
  • Make sure you're on track to graduate by your desired date.
  • Build relationships with NSCC faculty, staff, and administrators.
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If chat is offline email jessica.rabb@nscc.edu with advising questions.

Get advised early!

  • Meet with your advisor early, so you get your desired class times and formats.
  • Registration starts November 2.

Who's my advisor?

  • Log into myNSCC and click 'Advising Resources' on the left side

Click on advising resources

  • Log into Degree Works via my NSCC and your advisor is listed at the top of the worksheet
  • You may have two advisors. 
    • The first advisor is a full-time success advisor for first-year students when you tend to take more general classes and may have many questions about adjusting to college.
    • The second advisor is a faculty member that knows more about the specifics of your degree.

Choose the right classes.

  • You can see the classes you should take two ways.
    • Look at the advising sheet for your degree (video tutorial in next column)
    • Look at your personal Degree Works Worksheet via myNSCC (video tutorial in next column)

Know your course delivery mode.

  • You should also consider the course delivery mode you prefer for your classes, in some cases you will have a choice. (video tutorial in next column)
    • Online: No required class time, so most flexible schedule, but you need to learn more independently than in the other course delivery modes.
    • Virtual: Required class times via Zoom, but you get to have live interaction with your instructor and classmates. This mode can be social yet safe.
    • Hybrid: This mode varies a great deal depending on the class but will require some on-campus time, and could require Zoom. 

Tutorials

How to find your advising sheet (2:28):

How to find your advisor (4:45):

How to change your major (4:38):

Online vs. virtual (3:43):

How to find Degree Works:

Know Your Dates

Know Your Dates Spring 21

General Advising Questions?

Contact faculty advisors, we can point you in the right direction:

Jessica Rabb: jessica.rabb@nscc.edu

Marla Perry: marla.perry@nscc.edu