Contact Student Resource Center
Current Students who plan to register for winter and spring 2020 classes should meet with their assigned academic advisor to plan their schedule. Students can find the name and contact information of their advisor in Starfish (access through Blackboard). Most advisors also have their office hours posted in Starfish.
Registration starts on October 15th and registration priority is determined by the number of previously earned credits. Students should meet with their assigned advisor to receive a RAP (Registration Access Pin) before their designated registration date.
Current students will receive a T-Wolves notification from Registration and Records regarding what week they are eligible to register. Students should prepare for their advisement session by running a degree evaluation in Degree Works and reviewing offered classes.
Student Resource Center assigns advisors to new students and processes change of advisor requests. New student assignments are generally completed by the second week of each semester. Students can view their advisor assignment through Banner, NCCC's student information system, by following these directions:
- Log into Degree Works
- Enter Your Twolves Username (Example: "JSmith123") and Password
- Click "Login"
- Academic Advisor name and contact information located at the top right of the "Academic/Demographic Summary" Section.
Every matriculated student (a student who is formally admitted to a degree or certificate program) is assigned a permanent Academic Advisor. This faculty member is available for consultation on a regular basis.
What/When is Current Student Registration?
Students who are currently registered for classes in the Fall 2019 semester AND are in a degree or certificate program can register for classes before new students. Registering for classes during your eligibility week increases your chances of getting the schedule you want.
Utilize the contact information available through Degree Works to meet with your Academic Advisor throughout the semester to discuss academic plans and concerns.
View frequently asked questions about advisement and your advisor.
Call 716-614-6290 or stop by A-144 for more information or to make an appointment.
Do you have an advisement question? Email Student Resource Center for assistance.
- Calculate Your GPA
- Course Equivalency Guide
- Degree Works Student Quick Reference Guide
- Electives Listing
- Financial Aid Information for Registering Students
- General Education Requirements
- Good Academic Standing
- Math course sequencing
- NCCC Academic Advisement Syllabus
- Pre-Advisement Student Checklist
- Student Guide