You Are a College Student Now

When you take a NCC class for college credit you are a College Student! You have both privileges and responsibilities that go with this opportunity. Here are a few things to remember.

Concurrent Enrollment Student Handbook 2017-2018

  1. You may have a NCC Student ID card, and are entitled to any discounts that go with it.
  2. You may use the free tutoring services of the Learning Center, and the Library.
  3. You need to follow all of the NCC rules for dropping/adding courses. Remember, this grade can affect your college GPA and your ability to get financial aid in the future.
  4. Be responsible for your time – look at your schedule of high school courses and activities to make sure you have the time to do this.
  5. Contact your high school counselor to register. It is your responsibility to meet with your counselor and then the institution to which transfer is being considered for a determination of which classes will be accepted for transfer credit.
  6. Obtain all required signatures before submitting Registration Form (Student, Parent/Guardian and School Official).
  7. When college classes meet you need to attend! The college instructor doesn’t have to excuse you from class for homecoming, senior trip, speech contest, or any other high school activities.
  8. You need to contact your instructor with questions or concerns; they will not be able to talk to your parents. This is because of FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) regulations. This is a Federal law and we cannot violate it.
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