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1 Enrollment Guide Norwalk Community College

2 Welcome to NCC Norwalk Community College (NCC) offers more than 43 Associate Degree programs designed to help you succeed in today s job market. You can use your associate degree as a career credential or continue on for a four-year degree. In fact, many of our graduates do transfer to four-year colleges in their junior year, greatly reducing the overall cost of their college education. NCC also offers 22 Certificate programs, each designed to help you obtain specific skills, earn an important academic credential, or pursue an interest in greater depth. Table of Contents Seven Steps to Start! Step 1: Admissions Requirements... 1 Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid... 3 Step 3: Take the Placement Test... 4 Step 4: Log on to Your Student Account... 4 Step 5: Academic Advising... 5 Step 6: Registration... 7 Step 7: Tuition and Fees Course Listings, Prerequisites and Requirements Online, Online/Campus Hybrid and Computer Courses Learning Communities at NCC Academic Calendar NCC Student and Online Services Application for Admission Form Extended Studies and Workforce Education Directions to NCC Important Contact Information... Back Cover

3 STEP 1Admissions Requirements New Credit Students 1. All students who have never attended NCC must complete an application and submit a $20 application fee. An online application may be found on the NCC website. From the homepage, go to Apply Online under the Admissions tab. For a paper application, go to Application Package. Download, print and complete the application and mail it or submit it in person with the $20 fee. Fee waivers are not accepted with online applications. The application fee is waived for students who previously applied to another Connecticut Community College. 2. Apply for Financial Aid, if desired. Students wishing to apply for Financial Aid may go to Financial Aid under the Admissions tab or may apply online directly at To qualify for Federal Financial Aid you must declare a degree or certificate program, comply with immunization laws and provide proof of high school completion (final official transcript, diploma or GED). 3. Schedule a placement test. All new students must take a Basic Skills or English as a Second Language placement test prior to registering for classes. From the homepage of the NCC website, go to Schedule a Placement Test under the Admissions tab. Use your NCC student number sent in your acceptance to schedule the appointment. Students with previous college English and math credits or minimum SAT or ACT scores may be exempt from the test. Check the testing page for exemptions. 4. Submit proof of high school completion (final official transcript, diploma or GED) if you plan to earn a degree or certificate at NCC. 5. All full-time (12 credits or more) and degree or certificate seeking students must submit proof of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (two doses each or lab results showing immunity). You may not declare a major, register as a full-time student or receive Financial Aid without immunization compliance. 6. New first-time students are required to attend a First-Year Success Workshop prior to registering for classes. See Step 5 on page 5 for details. 7. Once you have been advised and have a registration form signed by an advisor, register at the Records Office and pay your tuition/fees at the Business Office. Transfer Students 1. Students who have previously attended another college should apply for admission as stated above. 2. Apply for Financial Aid, if desired, as stated above. 3. Submit immunization requirements as stated above. 4. Submit proof of high school completion if pursuing a degree or certificate or applying for Financial Aid. 5. Submit official transcripts from all previous colleges if you will be pursuing a degree or certificate. Send official transcripts to NCC Admissions, 188 Richards Ave., Norwalk, CT To have credits transferred to your NCC records, submit a Transcript Evaluation Request Form to the Counseling Center. 7. Make an appointment for advising with our Counseling Center (203) or attend one of the Walk-in Registration dates listed on the Academic Calendar on pages Bring unofficial transcripts to show prerequisites and to be waived from the placement test. 8. Complete registration at the Records and Business Offices Enrollment Guide 1

4 Readmit Students 1. NCC students who have not taken credit classes within the last two years must submit either an online or paper Readmit Application. There is no fee. 2. Full-time and degree or certificate seeking students must comply with current immunization requirements. 3. Make a registration advising appointment with our Counseling Center at (203) or attend a Walk-in Registration (see the Academic Calendar on pages 14 and 15). You may also meet with the coordinator of your major program (see the Advisor Directory on pages 5 and 6). 4. Complete registration and payment at the Records and Business Offices. 5. The Fresh Start Option gives the readmitting student who had a GPA below 2.0 the opportunity to start again without the burden of a poor academic history. Contact the Records Office for information. Non-Credit Students 1. To register for non-credit classes online, go to commnet.edu/flexibleregistration/institution/d/catalog/ DCATALOG and follow the prompts. To register children for College for Kids, go to https://www.online.commnet. edu/flexibleregistration/institution/d/catalog/dkids and follow the prompts. 2. To register for non-credit classes in-person, or by mail or fax, complete the registration form found in the back of the Extended Studies & Workforce Education catalog.* In person: Go to the Records Office, East Campus Room 102, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., and Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. By mail: Include Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card number with expiration date, or make check or money order payable to NCC and mail to NCC Records Office, 188 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT By fax: Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card ONLY (number and expiration date required). Fax registration form to (203) By phone: Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card ONLY (number and expiration date required): (203) * To request a catalog or for additional information, call (203) Non-Credit ESL Students Non-credit ESL students must fill out an application, pay a $20 fee, and sign up for a placement test before registering for classes. Contact the ESL office in E206 for more information at (203) Office Hours Admissions, Room E106 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Friday Financial Aid, Room E105 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Friday Business Office, Room E103 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Records and Registrar, Room E102 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Information Technology Services (Help Desk), Room E319 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Friday Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 2

5 STEP Photo ID is required at the front counter of the Financial Aid Office when inquiring about your Financial Aid status. Please be sure to bring your driver s license, State ID or NCC Student ID with you. Parents please be advised that student information, including financial aid information, cannot be given to the parent without the student present or without a signed release form. ONLY the student can fill out a release form in the Financial Aid Office in room E105. Please refer to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Brochure that explains confidentiality at NCC. Getting Started 2 Apply for Financial Aid 1. Provide an address where we can send information about your financial aid. Both NCC s Financial Aid Office and the U.S. Department of Education will use your address to send you updates about your Financial Aid. If you don t have an address you can get one for FREE at many websites on the Internet. Some of these sites are Please remember: If you change your address, make sure to change it on my.commnet.edu also. 2. Apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you don t have a PIN go to and apply for one. The PIN allows you to sign your Federal Student Aid Application online. Dependent students should have one parent apply for a PIN also. 3. Complete Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) on the Web. To apply for Federal, State and NCC aid, please go to the FAFSA website at and apply for aid. This is a FREE process. There are other websites that charge a fee, these are NOT the U.S. Department of Education s website. You should never have to pay a fee to fill out the FAFSA application. NCC s school code for the FAFSA application is You will need the following documents to complete the FAFSA online: Your social security card and driver s license W-2 forms or other records of income earned Your Federal Income Tax Return Your parent s Federal Income Tax Return Records of untaxed income, Worker Compensation and Disability, veteran s benefits, military or clergy allowances, child support and SNAP Current bank statements and records of stocks, bonds, and other investments Business or farm records if applicable Your permanent resident card if you are an eligible non-citizen Questions about the FAFSA process should be directed to (203) Use the Online Student Information System. Track your Financial Aid application on the Internet by using NCC s online student information system, mycommnet. To use mycommnet, you will need your NetID. Please see Log on to Your Student Account on page 4 for instructions on how to access the student information system. Please contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions. We are here to assist you at or call (203) Enrollment Guide 3

6 STEP 3 Take All first-time students are placed into courses based on an assessment of their academic readiness to take college-level courses. Most students must take a placement test* a computerized skills assessment of reading comprehension, writing and mathematics abilities. The results will provide you and your NCC advisor with the information needed to place you in courses appropriate to your background and ability. To sign up for a placement test, you must first submit an application to NCC, with a $20 fee, and receive your NCC Student ID (or Banner) number. STEP 4 Log Your application must be complete in order to access your student mycommnet account. Access to new student accounts may take up to 24 hours after Admissions has processed your application. Your NetID is your college network user name, and it allows you to log on to computers in the library and labs. Your NetID also gives you entry to the portal entry to Connecticut Community College online services: library services, online registration, academic transcripts, grades, Blackboard Learn and more. Logging On For the First Time You received your Banner ID when you were admitted. It is not the confirmation number (i.e. G00...) you received with your online application. Your NetID is your Banner ID with symbol following the eight numbers (i.e. commnet.edu). If you have questions about your application, contact Admissions at (203) the Placement Test Testing is by appointment only. You can schedule your appointment through the NCC website at by clicking on Admissions and then on Placement Testing. You may be exempt if you have prior college English composition and math credits, or SAT or ACT scores at certain levels. See the placement testing page on the NCC website for details. After submitting SAT/ACT scores or completion of the NCC placement test, you will receive registration instructions. * The Mathematics Department strongly suggests that you review your math skills before taking the test. On to Your Student Account Your initial password is made up of the following personal information: The first three characters of your birth month (with the first letter capitalized) The & symbol The last four digits of your Social Security Number (for example: Apr&1899). If you did not provide a social security number, please go to the Records Office, room E102, with a valid photo ID to request a password. The password is case sensitive. You will be prompted to change your password. For additional information, go to click on the yellow mycommnet bar on the left side of the page, then click on Login to mycommnet. If you don t know your NetID, click on Forgot your Net ID. You will then be directed to the NetID Lookup where you can enter your personal information. 4

7 STEP 5Academic Advising New Students First-time students are required to schedule and attend a First- Year Success Workshop. New students taking the placement test will be asked to make a First-Year Success Workshop (FYSW) appointment upon completion of the test. Students who expect to be exempt from both the English and mathematics placement test for qualifying SAT or ACT scores can make an appointment for a FYSW through the NCC website in the menu under Admissions on the homepage. At the workshop, students will have an orientation presentation, meet with an advisor and register for classes. Program Advisor Directory Program Advisor Office Phone Accounting M. Roe W207 (203) A. Romeo W207 (203) T. Scott W207 (203) Archaeology E. Wiegand W015 (203) Architectural Engineering Technology J. Bigosinski W233 (203) Art (Fine Arts/Studio Arts) J. Fucigna W236 (203) Building Efficiency & Sustainable Technology (BEST) E. Gribin W234 (203) Business Administration/Transfer R. Barone W207 (203) K. Gray W207 (203) Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) K. Coppola E112 (203) Communication Arts L. Soderlind E115 (203) Computer Science Degree T. Duffy W250 (203) Computer Security Degree P. Cassidy W250 (203) Construction Technology J. Bigosinski W233 (203) Criminal Justice A. Seaborn W212 (203) Design for the Web J. Alvord W106-g (203) Developmental English M. Butcaris W209-c (203) Early Childhood Education K. Coppola E112 (203) M. Dana-Conway E112 (203) J. Parris E116 (203) J. Wood E112 (203) Engineering Science (Pathway) J. Karnowski W012 (203) E. Glatt W106-a (203) English as a Second Language (credit) C. Machado E206 (203) English as a Second Language (non-credit) D. Daych E202 (203) Exercise Science P. Gallo H011-c (203) Foreign Language Sequence TBD General Studies Student Success Center E107 (203) (Call for appointment) Gerontology C. Harker W106-h (203) Graphic Design J. Alvord W106-g (203) Group Exercise Instructor N. Hafner W011-c (203) High School Partnership W. Chagnon E106 (203) Enrollment Guide 5

8 Program Advisor Directory (cont d.) Program Advisor Office Phone Honors Program C. Milton E221 (203) Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts T. Failla W127 (203) Hotel/Motel Management T. Failla W127 (203) J. Trombetta W127 (203) Human Services C. Harker W106-h (203) Insurance & Financial Services T. Jackson W207 (203) K. Gray W207 (203) Interior Design J. Bigosinski W233 (203) Legal Assistant T. Jackson W207 (203) LAS - Liberal Arts & Science - Math/Science M. Barber W106-b (203) LAS - Liberal Arts & Science - Transfer R. Edge, Coordinator E107 (Student Success Ctr.) (203) (Call for appointment) S. Gebhardt-Burns E107 (Student Success Ctr.) (203) (Call for appointment) LAS Transfer - Foreign Language Sequence TBD LAS Transfer - Global Studies Sequence M. F. Carmell E317 (203) H. Moeckel-Rieke E221 (203) LAS Transfer - Psychology G. Capobianco E317 (203) W. Grodman E222 (203) LAS Transfer - UConn Gap R. Edge, Coordinator E107 (Student Success Ctr.) (203) O. Soto E104 (203) LAS Transfer - Women s Studies Sequence C. Milton E221 (203) Management T. Scott E207 (203) Marketing S. Steiz E 207 (203) Medical Assistant M. Carolus H112 (203) R. Horan H112 (203) Medical Office Management M. Carolus H112 (203) W. Fitzgerald H108-a (203) R. Horan H112 (203) Mental Health Certificate C. Harker W106-h (203) Networking Certificate P. Cassidy W250 (203) Non-Degree Counseling Center E104 (203) Nursing/Pre-Nursing W. Fitzgerald H108-a (203) C. Yoder H108-b (203) Physical Therapist Assistant J. Bresnick W003 (203) W. Fitzgerald H108-a (203) L. R. Silva W003 (203) C. Yoder H108-b (203) Pre-Law T. Jackson W207 (203) Recreation & Leisure Studies C. Harker W106-h (203) Relational Database Development Certificate T. Duffy W250 (203) Respiratory Care/Pre-Respiratory Care W. Fitzgerald H108-a (203) M. Grayson H111 (203) D. Pelaez H111 (203) C. Yoder H108-b (203) Restaurant/Food Service Management T. Failla W127 (203) Service-Learning C. Anstett W117 (203) Smartphone App Developer T. Duffy W250 (203) Student Support Services Trio Program J. Santiago W209-g (203) E. Edwards W209-e (203) Technological Studies J. Karnowski W012 (203) E. Glatt W106-a (203) Veterinary Technology A. Hermans H213 (203) Web Developer Certificate T. Duffy W250 (203)

9 STEP 6Register Online or In-Person The Admissions Office must designate you as a student before you can register for classes. You will need to receive your NetID/ Student ID# (the number with sign) from the Admissions Office. See Admissions Requirements on page 1 of this guide or visit the Admissions Office in room E106 for more information. New Students Students new to NCC must apply for admission prior to registering for classes. You may access an application form online by going to the NCC website at First-time students are required to schedule and attend a First-Year Success Workshop. At that time, students will have an orientation presentation and meet with an advisor and register for classes. Readmit Students Students away from NCC for more than two years must readmit at the Admissions Office prior to registering for classes. There is no application fee for readmit students. If you are readmitting with a GPA below 2.0, you may be eligible for Fresh Start. Please contact the Records Office (room E102). ESL Students Students taking English as a Second Language courses must meet with an ESL advisor prior to registering. See pages 5 and 6 for advisor contact information. All Students All students must activate their college address via their mycommnet account. New and readmit students may have to wait 24 hours after being admitted to access their online student accounts. If you receive an error message when logging on, contact Admissions at (203) No late registration is allowed. Students must register for classes prior to the first day of each semester. As of the first day of classes, students will only be allowed to add additional courses to their schedules. Online Registration All current students are strongly encouraged to use the NCC online system to register for classes, especially if they have met with an advisor and are aware of course pre- or co-requisites. Here s What to Do: Search for available courses on the web via the public Course Schedule Search that can be accessed from the link on the NCC website, Click on the hyperlinks in the Course Search to view important course and textbook information. Once you have selected your classes and met with your advisor, register for classes online by securely logging into the mycommnet web system (http://my.commnet.edu) using your NetID. You can register online for courses for which you have successfully completed the prerequisite courses at NCC, or have transferred in credit through the Counseling Center, or for which your advisor has entered a registration waiver for you in the system. See the NCC College Catalog for Course Descriptions to view course prerequisites. You may also access course descriptions on the NCC homepage under Academics. After logging in to mycommnet, follow the directions on page 8 to register online for classes. Online Registration Notes: Register at your convenience on the web. Be sure to include a credit card payment or pay in person at the Business Office at time of registration. Print out and check your class schedule on mycommnet. The last day to register online for a full-semester (14-week) class is the day before that semester begins. The last day to drop a full-semester (14-week) class with 100% tuition refund is the day before that semester begins. VETERANS who register must immediately notify the Veterans Certifying Official in the Records Office, room E102. Track your progress toward your degree/certificate using the Degree Evaluation tool in your mycommnet Enrollment Guide 7

10 NetID and Login Information What is NetID and why is it important? NetID is your college network username, and it allows you to log on to computers in the library and the labs. In addition, from any computer with Internet access, your NetID gives you entry to the portal of single point of entry to Norwalk Community College online services which include library services, online registration, academic transcripts, grades, Blackboard and more. The ID that you receive from the Admissions Office when you apply (called a G number) will NOT allow you to do any of the above. You will need to wait to receive your Banner or student ID which begins in order to access mycommnet. What does a NetID look like? Your NetID will resemble and is your 8-digit student ID followed If you are a new student, a temporary NetID password was automatically created for you, and resembles this example: Oct&1234. Your temporary password is unique to you, and is made up of: The first three letters of your birth month with the first letter capitalized, like this: Oct An ampersand ( & ) which is located above the number 7 on the computer keyboard: & The last four numbers of your Social Security Number (SSN): 1234 (If you did not provide a SSN, go to the Records Office, room E102, with a valid photo ID.) Note: The first time you log in to a college computer successfully, you will be required to change your password and to set your security question. There will be a choice of questions and you will need to pick one and provide an answer. You will have two minutes to type in and then confirm your new password. If you exceed the time limit you will need to start over, so be prepared by thinking of a new password before you log in for the first time! If you ever need to reset your password you will be prompted to choose the same security question and give the same answer. How do I create a password that will work? Your password must be at least eight characters, and must include three of the following types of characters: An upper case letter (A to Z) A lower case letter (a to z) A number (0 to 9) Punctuation or # 0 ^ & * ( ) _ + ~ - = ` {. } [ ] : ;?, / Your password cannot contain any part of your name, your NetID, or your Social Security Number. Here are some examples of the many easy-toremember passwords that satisfy the above requirements: Egg2Salad #75chase RedSox05 Out2lunch Fido Mustang You may use the kiosks located throughout the NCC campus to reset your password, or go to the website and follow these five easy steps: 1. Think of a new password (using the requirements listed above) 2. Enter your NetID (which is your student ID without sign) 3. Enter your Birth Date and Social Security Number 4. Provide the answer to your Security Question 5. Enter the new password you created in Step 1. What can I do if that doesn t work? If you don t have a Social Security Number you will not be able to use the kiosks or the website to reset your password. Instead, bring your photo ID (driver s license, passport, NCC ID card) to the I.T. Office (room E319) or the Records Office (room E102), and a staff member will help you. For any other problems you may encounter at a kiosk or on the website, bring your valid photo ID (driver s license, passport, NCC ID card) to the I.T. Office (room E319) or the Records Office (room E102) and a staff member will help you. For further password reset options via , go to netid and select the Reset Forgotten Password option. How can current students register for courses online? Go to: or click on the mycommnet link on the NCC homepage Enter: your NetID and your password Click on: Student tab Click on: the hyperlink in the Student Self-service area Select and click on: Registration and Payment Select and click on: Register (add/drop) Classes Select a term: Choose appropriate term you are registering for (for example Spring 2014 ) Click on: Submit Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and enter CRNs for the classes you wish to register for. CRNs can be found on the Course Search utility on the NCC website. Click on: Submit Changes Scroll down to the bottom of the screen Select: Initiate Payment Select a term: Choose appropriate term you are registering for (for example Fall 2014 ) Click on: Submit ON CREDIT CARD PAYMENT SCREEN: Credit Card*: Choose MasterCard, Visa or Discover ONLY Card Number: Enter your credit card number Expiration Date: Enter your credit card expiration date Payment Amount: Enter a partial payment amount or pay full balance due (do not key in dollar sign) Click on: Submit Payment Click on: OK to submit payment (if correct amount was entered) Otherwise click on: Change Information (to change payment amount) FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS: Financial Aid students must go to the Business Office in room E103 to finalize their financial aid payments. Connecticut War Veterans and National Guard Members who are approved for the Connecticut State Tuition Waiver or who have a Certificate of Eligibility must pay their fees online AND must immediately contact the Veterans Certifying Official in the Records Office, room E102, (203)

11 In-Person Registration The Records Office, room E102, normally processes course registrations Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. A registration form signed by your counselor or advisor is required. Current students may attend scheduled Advising and Registration sessions to meet with an advisor and register for classes. Extended registration hours are available during these times. Check online for Advising and Registration dates. Current students can also call their advisor for an appointment. An Advisor Directory can be found on pages 5 and 6. Bring your unofficial NCC transcript with you when you meet with your advisor or counselor. You can obtain your unofficial student transcript online at After logging on, click on the student tab. Once in the student self-service area, click on the hyperlinked click here to access your Student Academic Records. Then click on Student Records followed by Unofficial Transcript. If you are a new student, bring your Individual Score Report from your placement test with you to your meeting with your counselor or advisor. Transfer students should bring an unofficial copy of their transcripts from their previous colleges. VETERANS who register must immediately notify the Veterans Certifying Official in the Records Office, room E102. A form of payment is required at the time of registration. Early registration with a partial deposit at time of registration will reserve your classes. See page 10 for further payment information. Use the Registration Worksheet below to create a draft of your schedule of classes. Write in each box the CRN number, Subject and Course Number and exact meeting time of the class. If the course includes a lab, be sure to include the lab time. Class meeting times cannot overlap. Registration Worksheet 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 9 p.m. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday saturday Enrollment Guide 9

12 7 STEP Tuition and Fees * Tuition and Fees - CT Residents Tuition and Fees - Non-Residents Credit Tuition College & Activity Fees Total , , , , , , , , , , , ** 1, , Credit Tuition College & Activity Fees Total , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ** 5, , Annual Full-time 3, , Annual Full-time 10, , , **Excess Credits Tuition Charge (over 12 credits) an additional flat tuition charge of $100 per semester **Excess Credits Tuition Charge (over 12 credits) an additional flat tuition charge of $100 per semester Additional Mandatory Usage Fees Laboratory Course Fee: $88.00 Per registration in a designated laboratory course Studio Course Fee: $94.00 Per registration in a designated studio course Clinical Program Fee: $ (per semester) Level 1 Allied Health Programs (Fall and Spring only) Clinical Program Fee: $ (per semester) Level 2 Allied Health Program (Fall and Spring only) Partial Payments Students may reserve their classes by paying the registration fees only. Registration fees serve as a deposit and are non-refundable. For more information, contact the Business Office, room E103 at (203) Tuition Payment Plan Students who enroll for seven credits or more may request a tuition payment plan. Please visit the Business Office in room E103 for complete information. * Tuition and fees are subject to change. All students are required to pay their fees at the time of registration. 10

13 Tuition Refund Policy If a student decides to withdraw after registering for courses, he or she must give written Notice of Withdrawal to the Records Office in order to receive a refund in accordance with the following schedule (check online for specific dates): Final date to receive 100% tuition refund is the day prior to beginning of semester. Final date to drop via web with 100% tuition refund is the day prior to beginning of semester. Final date to receive a 50% tuition refund is determined by college policy according to the number of weeks in the term. The 50% tuition refund is through the 14th calendar day of the full Fall or Spring semester and is pro-rated providing for shorter refund periods for shorter Fall and Spring terms. Please refer to the college calendar on the NCC website for the exact refund dates for each term. Application and registration fees are always non-refundable. There will be a $25 charge for all returned checks. Tuition Waivers Connecticut Senior Citizens 62 and older pay no tuition fees, with the exception of studio and lab fees, for General Fund courses on a space available basis to be determined by Senior Registration Day (check date/time online). Proof of age must be shown and a Waiver of Tuition and Fees Form completed in the Business Office to finalize the senior registration process. A senior citizen may register early by paying for the course; however, paying for the course negates the senior waiver for that course. No refund will be issued if the course is dropped, then re-added on senior registration day. Connecticut War Veterans and Connecticut National Guard Members Connecticut War Veterans and Connecticut National Guard Members pay fees only (no tuition). Veterans must present Form DD-214 and complete a Tuition Waiver Form in the Records Office prior to registration. National Guard Members must have their certification submitted to the NCC Business Office before registering for classes. Connecticut veterans who have applied for the post-9/11 CH33 GI Bill and have submitted a Certificate of Eligibility to the NCC Records Office (room E102) will pay their course fees and have their tuition reimbursed for eligible fees when NCC receives payment from the Federal Government. Non-resident CH33 veterans will pay tuition and fees and will be reimbursed when NCC receives payment from the Federal Government Enrollment Guide 11

14 Course Listings, Prerequisites and Requirements Course Listings For a complete listing of all the courses available at Norwalk Community College, please go to the NCC website at www. norwalk.edu and click on Class Schedule Search. You will then be on the Connecticut Community College Course Search page where you will be able to access real-time information regarding course availability. Course Prerequisites Many college courses have prerequisites that indicate the prior knowledge and skills students need to succeed in the course. It is the responsibility of the student to meet these course prerequisites before enrolling. To determine whether prerequisites are required for the course you wish to take, go to the NCC website at www. norwalk.edu; click on the link Catalog and then click on Course Descriptions. If you have fulfilled the prerequisite at NCC, you can proceed to online registration. If you have taken the prerequisite at a different college that has not been added to your NCC transcript, you will need to request an override to be entered on your behalf in order to register for the course. Send an to the director or chair of the department for the course you want to take (see back cover). In the indicate: Your name Your Banner ID The semester for which you wish to register The course CRN The course number and section (example: ACC D113-02) The reason why you are requesting the override; attach an unofficial transcript with the prerequisite listed. You will receive a reply within three business days. If the override has been approved, you will be able to register online. English Requirements Students are required to enroll in an appropriate English course after completing nine credits unless they can demonstrate proficiency in written English. If you fail or withdraw from a required English course, it must be repeated in your next semester of enrollment. 12

15 Online, Online/Campus Hybrid and Computer Courses Students taking online or online/campus hybrid courses for the first time should plan to attend a scheduled orientation on the East Campus. For information regarding online/hybrid orientation dates and times, please contact Lois Aime at or (203) Technical Requirements In order to take an online/hybrid course, you must have access to a computer with Internet access that meets the following requirements: Windows: 7/XP/Vista, if using Internet Explorer 9 or 10, Firefox 27 or higher, or Google Chrome 32 or higher Mac Operating System: OS 10.5.x, or 10.6.x Firefox 3.x or higher Safari 2.x or higher Additional Notes: All browsers require JavaScript, Java, Popups, Cookies to be enabled and Flash to be enabled. Online Courses All communications, assignments, tests, etc. take place on the Internet using a course management system called Blackboard, at a time and place that is convenient for you. You DO NOT have to attend class at a specific time on campus. You DO need to have strong time management and organizational skills. Online classes are not easier just more convenient. Online/Campus Hybrid Courses These classes can have any number of formats. But, they are all taught partially in a campus classroom at a required time and partially online using Blackboard. You may be required to meet on campus as much as once a week or as little as three times a semester. This will vary with each course, so be sure to check the schedule carefully and verify this with your professor on the first day of class when taking a hybrid course. Hybrid courses allow you the flexibility of working in an online environment while still meeting with your instructor and classmates in a classroom. You continue to have the support that you receive in a classroom environment, but you do not have to spend as much time on campus. For those of you who are working or have family obligations, or perhaps both, this form of class structure offers you the flexibility you need to go to school while meeting those obligations. For more information on taking online and hybrid classes at NCC, go to default.asp. This site lists system requirements, various fixes for technical difficulties, has links to add-ins you might need to download and other pertinent information. Computer Courses Students enrolling in a computer course should check the course description for equipment and system requirements and restrictions. Learning Communities at NCC What are learning communities? At NCC, learning communities are paired classes where the same group of students take two or more courses together. The classes are linked, which means that the teachers have organized assignments around common themes. The professors work closely together as a team, providing support for all students. Students receive credit for each course as well as two separate grades. What are the benefits of enrolling in a learning community? Students who enroll in learning communities benefit from smaller classes, allowing support from both their teachers and other students. As a result of the coordination within the learning community, students are more likely to do well in their linked classes. In addition, coordinated assignments deepen the learning experience and minimize workload. Research shows that students enrolled in learning communities enjoy higher GPAs, stronger motivation, and greater success in their courses! How do students register for learning communities? The class schedule for each semester will have a separate page listing the learning communities with instructions for registration. For information, contact The Center for Teaching and Learning at (203) Enrollment Guide 13

16 Academic Calendar Fall 2015 Semester July July 7 July 15 July 21 July 29 August August 5 August 10 August 11 August 12 August 18 August 19 August 24 August 26 August 27 August 28 August 31 September September 1 September 2 September 5 Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open Advising: 2 to 5 p.m. Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. Tuition Balance Due Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. New Student Orientation: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Open Advising: 4 to 7 p.m. Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. New Student Orientation: 5 to 8 p.m. Last day to register for Fall 2014 Semester Last day for 100% tuition refund Classes begin Add/Drop Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Add/Drop Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Last day to add classes (see Policy for Adding Courses below) Senior Registration: 9 to 11 a.m. College is open and classes held September 7 September 14 September 28 October October 12 October 20 LABOR DAY - College closed Last day for 50% tuition refund Last day to change to Audit COLUMBUS DAY - Classes held Mid-term grades due online by 12 noon October Advising Week for Spring 2015 (by appointment only) November November 2 November 6 November 11 November 16 Registration begins for Spring Semester Application deadline for December Graduation VETERAN S DAY - Classes held Last day to withdraw - In-Person: by 5 p.m.; Online: prior to Midnight November THANKSGIVING RECESS - No classes November 26 December December 8 December 11 THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - College closed Reading Day - No classes Last day of classes December Final Exams week - Follow class meeting time schedule December 22 December 25 December 30 Final grades due online by 12 noon CHRISTMAS DAY - College closed Final grades available for student viewing on mycommnet 14

17 Spring 2016 Semester January January 4 January 5 January 6 January 12 January 13 Tuition balance due Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. January 18 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY - College closed January 20 January 21 January 25 February Open Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. New Student Orientation: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Last day to register Last day for 100% tuition refund Open Advising: 3 to 6 p.m. Classes begin Add/Drop Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Senior Registration: 9 to 11 a.m. Add/Drop Advising: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Last day to add classes (see Policy for Adding Courses below) March EASTER HOLIDAY - College closed March 28-April 1 Student Advising Week April April 1 First day to register for Summer 2016 and Fall 2016 semesters April 18 May May 5 May 9 May May 18 May 19 May 27 May 30 Application deadline for May Graduation Last day to withdraw Reading Day - No classes Last day of classes Final Exams week Final grades due online by 12 noon Commencement Final grades available for student viewing on mycommnet MEMORIAL DAY - College closed Note: Calendar subject to change based on College needs and priorities. Check online at for the most up-to-date Academic Calendars. February 3 February February 22 March March 17 March Last day for 50% tuition refund LINCOLN S AND WASHINGTON S BIRTHDAYS - College closed Last day to change to Audit Mid-term grades due online by 12 noon SPRING RECESS - No classes Policy for Adding Courses A student may enroll in a 2 and 3 day a week/14-week course if the class has not met more than twice. A student may enroll in a 1 day a week/14-week course if the class has not met more than once. A student may enroll in an abbreviated session course if the class has not met more than once. A student may enroll in an on-line or hybrid course no later than seven days after the first day of a 14-week semester and no more than two days after the first day of an abbreviated semester s courses have begun Enrollment Guide 15

18 NCC Student and Online Services The latest version of the full Office 365 productivity suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote is now available for offline and online use to best prepare you for class. All Connecticut Community College students now have access to: Office account with 25 GB (gigabytes) of storage, calendaring, contact info, to-do lists, etc. Office 365 ProPlus: The Office suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote which you can install on up to five devices including Macs, PCs, and tablets with Android, Windows, and even ipads and iphones. Skype for Business: Instant messaging, online audio and video calls and meetings, screen sharing, and integration with Office apps such as Outlook, Word and PowerPoint. OneDrive for Business: Store, sync, and share your files online. As part of Office 365, OneDrive for Business provides 1TB of online storage, lets you update and share your files from anywhere, and work collaboratively on Office documents with others at the same time. All college-based communications will be sent to your Office 365 account address. You can access Office 365 by logging in directly on the Microsoft Online Portal (see instructions below). Office 365 can also be accessed within my.commnet.edu (view tutorial at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqxcuyjxqh8 &index=2&list=plmafsk4a4rsyc6y086e9iyejig4nigk3g). Here s how to log in to Office 365: 1. Connect to This step will redirect you to https://login.microsoftonline.com. DO NOT try to shortcut the process by entering the URL for this login landing page directly; it will not work Enter your CCC NETID username (e.g., Before pressing ENTER or clicking on SIGN IN, make sure that, on a shared or public computer (ex. kiosk), the checkboxes Remember me and/or Keep me signed in are NOT CHECKED. When you click on the Password field, another text box appears. Log in. Click the link. Depending on a combination of browser settings and whether or not you are logged on to your college s desktop, a new pop-up window may come up asking you for your credentials. If so, enter your CCC NETID username and password. Click OK. 5. You should now be logged in to Office 365. Your Office 365 Display Name will be visible in the upper righthand corner (e.g., the below student s display name is Office365-Test, Student). Need help? Call the Help Desk at (203) , or visit 16

19 NORWALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE Application for Admission Please Check One: q New Student q Readmit Student* N E W S T U D E N T S If you have never attended Norwalk Community College and wish to enroll in a Degree, Certificate or non-degree program, please follow items 1-6 below. 1. Complete all pages of this application and attach a copy of the completed immunization form and high school diploma or transcripts. 2. Return this completed form and a non-refundable $20.00 application fee to: Norwalk Community College, Business Office, Room 103, East Campus, 188 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT Please make checks payable to: NCC. Other methods of payment are: cash, money order, MasterCard, Visa or Discover. The application fee is waived if you have previously applied to another Connecticut Community College. An acceptance letter with your Student I.D. number will be sent to you via Use your NCC ID Number to schedule a placement test. From NCC s webpage, scroll over Admissions and click Schedule a Placement Test. All new students are required to take a Placement Test prior to enrolling at NCC. YOU MAY BE EXEMPT IF: (a) You have completed college-level English and/or college-level mathematics; OR (b) Your SAT or ACT scores meet certain minimums. Check the Placement Test page of the NCC website for exemptions. 4. If you are applying to a degree or certificate program or applying for financial aid, you must have proof of high school graduation or GED results sent to the Admissions Office. 5. All degree/certificate seeking and full-time students born after 1956 must submit proof of immunizations including two doses each of measles, mumps, rubella and varicella. 6. Contact the Counseling Center at (203) for advising information or if seeking advanced standing based upon credit transferred from other colleges, CLEP examination credit or experiential learning credit. Official transcripts from other colleges should be sent to the Admissions Office. If you wish to have prior college credits transferred, request a Transcript Evaluation Request form and submit it to the NCC Counseling Center. * R E A D M I T S T U D E N T S Former NCC students who have not registered for two or more consecutive years must apply for re-admission. There is no application fee for readmit students. Please follow items 1-5 if you wish to enroll in a degree/certificate program or as a non-degree student. If you are readmitting under a different name, you must submit a legal document (such as a marriage certificate) of the new name. 1. Complete all pages of this application. Attach immunization information if necessary.* 2. Return completed application to Norwalk Community College, Admissions Office, Room 106, East Campus, 188 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT If you will be pursuing a degree or certificate, have proof of high school graduation or GED results sent to the Records Office unless previously submitted. 4. Contact the Counseling Center at (203) to schedule an advising appointment or to transfer in credits. 5. The Fresh Start Option gives the readmitting student who has a GPA below 2.0 an opportunity to start again without the burden of a poor academic history. Contact the Records Office for more information. *Upon re-admission, students will be subject to the curriculum requirements and immunization laws in existence at the time of their re-admission. S T U D E N T S W I T H D I S A B I L I T I E S For service or information regarding disabilities please contact the Coordinator of Disability Services at (203) If you are unable to utilize a staircase please visit the Disability Services webpage on the NCC website to plan for Emergency Evacuations. Norwalk Community College 188 Richards Avenue Norwalk, CT (203) Enrollment Guide 17

20 Norwalk Community College 188 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT (203) APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION For Office use only Date Received Entered Entered by Admit Type Student Type Ability to Benefit met Yes No Application Fee paid Yes No Cash Check# Waived Credit Card Deferred Applicant s Legal Name Last First Middle Former Last Name(s) - - / / Gender: M / F Social Security Number* Date of Birth (Circle one) *Social Security Number is requested for purposes of financial aid, federal income tax benefits, the provision of some College services, accuracy of student records and other business purposes. Mailing Address Street City State Zip Permanent Address (if different) Street City State Zip Telephone Home Work Cell * *Used for correspondence from the College Have you ever attended this college? c Yes c No Have you previously attended a CT Community College? c Yes c No If yes, where? For which semester are you applying? c Fall (Sept-Dec) c Winter (Dec-Jan) c Spring (Jan-May) c Summer (Jun-July) Year CITIZENSHIP Are you a United States citizen? c Yes c No If no, are you a Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder)? c Yes c No ETHNICITY/RACE Please provide the following ethnicity and race data. This information is requested on a voluntary basis by the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Your answer will not affect admission to or registration in the college. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic/Latino? c Yes c No What is your race? Select one or more: c White (10) c Black or African American (20) c Asian (45) c American Indian or Alaskan Native (50) c Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (80) c Other (90) FAMILY EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Do either of your parents hold a Bachelor s Degree (4-year college degree) or higher? c Yes c No MILITARY STATUS Are you currently on active duty with the U.S. armed forces? c Yes c No (ACTD) Are you currently a member of the National Guard or Reserve? c Yes c No (NGRE) Have you ever served in the U.S. Armed forces? c Yes c No (VET 1) Are you a dependent of a member of the U.S. armed forces? c Yes c No (VETD) If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you may be entitled to benefits and should meet with the College s Veterans Certifying Official (VCO). IN-STATE TUITION 1. I am eligible for in-state tuition because I have continuously resided in Connecticut for at least one year and Connecticut is my permanent home. c Yes c No 2. Even though I answered No to the question above, I claim and can demonstrate through documentation that I am eligible for in-state tuition. c Yes c No Out of state students may be eligible for a reduced tuition rate through the NEBHE program. For details, see the college catalog or website. 3. c Check here if applying under the New England Regional Student program (NEBHE). If you answered Yes to question #2 or checked question #3, you must submit a Declaration of Eligibility for In-State or NEBHE Tuition for review and determination of eligibility. 18

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