The Change of Personal Information form is available online or students may stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick one up. The completed form along with documentation must be brought to the Office of the Registrar in-person.
There are two ways you can order an official Nassau Community College transcript, electronically or in person. Mail-in requests can no longer be processed. In-Person official transcript requests will not be immediately available. In-Person requests will take five business days.
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 of his/her parents. Residency is proven in various ways;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: Fall Semester Graduates – Last Monday in October; Spring Semester Graduates – Last Monday in February; Summer Semester Graduates – Last Monday in June.
The College has one Commencement Ceremony in May to recognize current Spring candidates, the previous Fall and Summer graduates. Click 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.
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.
If you received a degree/certificate from Nassau Community College, you may be readmitted by visiting the Office of the Registrar. If you attended and did not receive a degree/certificate, you may be readmitted by visiting the Office of Admission.
Visit the Admissions home page to find descriptions on how to apply based on the type of student you want to be at NCC.
The first week of the semester is the drop/add period for which you can use your MyNCC account to drop/add a class. During the second and third week of classes, you may only drop a course using MyNCC account. As of the fourth week of classes, you may withdraw from a course by completing an "In-Person" Drop/Add Form and obtaining the signature of your instructor.
The form must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar to officially withdraw. Check the Academic Calendar for online availability to drop or withdraw as the deadlines may be different for each semester.
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