Do You Want To Take College Classes While Still In High School ?
Taking one or two classes per semester* as an Enrichment student will give you the opportunity to explore areas of interest and gain college credit. Although credits completed as an Enrichment student may apply towards a certificate or degree program at NCC, you are NOT considered a degree-seeking (matriculated) student.
(If a deadline falls on a weekend, applications and all supporting credentials are accepted through the following Monday.)
Submit all required documents as soon as possible.
Documentation includes a copy of your official high school transcript and SAT and/or ACT scores as well as communication from your high school principal or counselor approving your readiness and participation for the High School Enrichment.
Please note, Nassau Community College reserves the right to request an applicant complete a third party evaluation for academic documents from outside of the Unites States. The evaluation company must be members of AACRAO, NAFSA, NACES, AICE, ATA and Better Business Bureau.
Interview with an Admissions Counselor.
You will be invited to meet with an admissions counselor when the required documentation is submitted. Attendance at this interview is required.
Schedule an appointment for the College's Placement test.
Incoming students do not need to take the College’s placement test if they qualify for test exemptions based on scores from SAT or ACT testing. If, however, your test scores do not exempt you from one or more of the sections the college’s placement test, the Admissions Office will contact you. Learn more here.
If you were born on or after 1/1/1957, and are registering for six or more credits, New York State requires you to submit proof of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) in order to secure your registration for classes. You must also submit the required NYS meningitis survey. Go to www.ncc.edu/healthservices to learn more.
Sign up for your MyNCC Portal Account:
This portal account gives you access to most information and activity you need as an NCC student. You can monitor your application process, also register for classes and pay your tuition bill through your MyNCC Portal account.
Go to http://www.ncc.edu/myncc/ and click on the MyNCC icon on the upper right hand corner. New students: use your NCC ID number (N-number) which will be sent to you from the Admissions Office after you have submitted your application and application fee. Your date of birth is your initial password (mmddyy).