The Change of Personal Information form is available online by clicking on Registrar Forms; or by emailing Registrar@ncc.edu. You can also FAX your completed form to the Office of the Registrar at (516)-572-7355.
Students and Alumni of Nassau Community College can order an official Nassau Community College transcript.
In-Person orders and pick-ups of official transcripts are available either through the online system or by coming in person to the Office of the Registrar and completing a Transcript Request Form. Please be advised that in-person order will be processed in up to 5 business days depending upon the time of year.
Academic transcripts are a permanent, irrevocable record of all courses, credits, and final grades accumulated through Nassau Community College by the individual student.
In addition, credit hours accepted from other institutions are listed on Nassau Community College transcripts as the total credit hours accepted alongside the name(s) of the institution(s) at which they were earned. Transcripts submitted to Nassau Community College from other institutions (including High School transcripts) for admission or credit become the property of Nassau Community College and will not be returned to the student or forwarded to other institutions under any circumstances. Students in need of these external transcripts must request them from the individual institutions they have attended.
To be eligible for resident tuition, you must have one year legal residency in New York State and six months in the County of Nassau. The legal residency of an unmarried student under 21 is established by the residency the student's parents/legal guardian. Residency is proven in various ways. Click the link below for more information.Learn more about Residency Requirements
Apply for graduation by logging into your My NCC Portal. Review your Degree Evaluation available through your MyNCC Portal to insure that you have met all your degree requirements.
Deadlines for applying are as follows:
The College has one Commencement Ceremony in May to recognize current Spring candidates, the previous Fall and Summer graduates. Visit Commencement for further information.
The graduation date refers to the date your degree is issued (Last Day of the Semester). The date of the Commencement ceremony is not based on the graduation date.
Visit our MyNCC Class Schedule page to see courses for the desired semester, or log into your MyNCC student account, if you are already accepted to the College or are already attending classes at NCC.
SUNY Transfer paths summarize the common lower division requirements that are shared by all SUNY campuses for similar majors within most disciplines. Listing of all transfer paths that are currently available.
NCC has established a Waitlist process in which nearly every academic department participates. Waitlisting for a class does not guarantee you a seat; however, if a seat becomes available in the closed class and you are in the first position on the waitlist you will get an email sent to your NCC Student Email account notifying you of the availability. You have exactly 24 hours to register for the waitlisted course.
The college reserves the right to close the waitlist process at any time before the start of a semester. You are encouraged to check your NCC Email often so that you do not miss the email notification.
Students may readmit to Nassau Community College by completing an admissions application at www.ncc.edu/admissions. If you were previously in a degree-program, and did not attend another school since leaving NCC, please complete the Returning Student application. If you did attend another school, please complete the Transfer Student application.
Visit the Admissions home page to find descriptions on how to apply based on the type of student you want to be at NCC.
Withdrawing from classes (W) is permitted after the drop/add period.
Check the Academic Calendar for online availability to drop or withdraw as the deadlines may be different for each semester.
Nassau Community College complies with the Solomon Amendment by releasing student recruiting information to military recruiters. Information will be released for military recruiting purposes only. Each of the 12 eligible units within the five branches of service may request and receive recruiting information once per each term or semester. The requests must be submitted in writing to the Office of the Registrar.
The College may charge reeasonable and customary fees for fulfilling Solomon Amendment requests. In general, no fees are charged for emailed records, unless a specialized list or mode of fulfillment is required. Any special request fees will be assessed at the actual cost of the service.
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