Registration & Orientation
If you attend a partner high school and plan to only take CCP courses at your high school, you will register for those courses with your School Counselor and do not need to attend a New Student Orientation.
Any CCP student, taking courses for the first time at a NCSC campus or online, must first meet with a NCSC Advisor to discuss your goals and build your course plan. After that you must attend orientation at the college. During orientation, we will cover vital new student information and complete your course registration. Topics covered include, but are not limited to:
- Support Services available to you as an on-campus/online student
- Review of technology you’ll use an on-campus/online student
- Rules and regulations regarding the College Credit Plus program
- How to access your courses
- How to get your text books
- Registration for your courses
For students who have taken NCSC courses through their high school, you may already be familiar with some of the information covered, but it is essential you attend the entire orientation.
Once you’ve taken a course on the NCSC campus or online, you may self-register online for future terms, with advisor approval, during your priority registration period listed on the NCSC Academic Calendar.
Orientation Sessions (Held in NCSC's Kee Hall/Byron Kee Center)
November 2019 Options
Friday, November 8 2-4 PM
Tuesday, November 12 9-11 AM OR 2-4 PM
Wednesday, November 20 9-11 AM OR 2-4 PM
Monday, November 25 2-4 PM
December 2019 Options
Tuesday, December 3 9-11 AM OR 2-4 PM
Friday, December 13 9-11 AM OR 2-4 PM
*December 13 is the deadline for new students to register for Spring 2020*
To schedule your initial advising appointment, or to schedule your New Student Orientation after you’ve completed your advising appointment, please contact either of the following: