If you are currently a student at another college, plan on taking credit courses at NCC to transfer back to your full-time school, and do not intend to obtain a degree or certificate from NCC, you are a guest student.

NCC offers both summer (6 and 10-week sessions) and winter (4-week session) courses for guest students. Registration for summer courses typically starts in April, and registration for winter courses typically starts in the second week of December.

Do I Have To Fill Out A NCC Application?

Yes, you must fill out a new student application to take summer courses at NCC. While we realize the process of filling out the application may take some time, this is to ensure that all of the credits you complete here are successfully transferred to the college or university where you are enrolled full-time. Access the application here and click on the link labeled 'Admissions Application'.

What If I'm A Returning Seasonal Student?

If you are a returning student who has taken credit classes at NCC during either a summer or winter session, transferred those credits to your full-time school, and are now coming back to collect more seasonal credits at NCC, you need to re-apply to the college. Please visit our Admissions page and fill out the Re-Admit form for Previously Enrolled Students.

How Do I Know If My Credits Will Transfer to my Full-Time College or University?

Contact your college or university advisor to determine course transferability to your institution. You may also choose to meet with an Academic Advisor at either your full-time college/university or with an advisor at NCC.

Does NCC Need My Transcripts?

Appropriate transcripts and current college or university schedules are used to determine placement in college-level courses. You must have documentation proving you have met course prerequisites before registering for courses at NCC. Transcripts can be sent from authorized senders to transcripts@northampton.edu.

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