SPRING TERM 2016: Academic advisement begins November 2, 2015
When does registration begin/end?
Registration for Spring Term 2016 is based on the following registration schedule:
November 16-20, 2015 (Monday-Thursday)
Early registration for Spring Term 2016 for currently enrolled students.
Mon., 11/16 – 36+ earned semester hours (priority for students with disabilities, tutors, SSS, Veterans)
Tues., 11/17 – 24+ earned semester hours
Wed., 11/18 – 12+ earned semester hours
Thurs., 11/19 – currently enrolled students
November 23, 2015 (Monday)
Open registration begins for Spring Term 2016
January 6, 2015 (Wednesday)
Classes begin for Spring Term 2016
Registration begins for those with a state or senior citizens waiver
Who should see an advisor?
All students are strongly encouraged to visit with an academic advisor prior to course registration. The following students must see an academic advisor prior to registration:
Students required to register for any Developmental course
Students with a ‘hold’ on their registration
All new, first time in college students
Dual enrollment students must see their high school counselor for registration.
Home school students must see NFCC home school advisor, Bobby Scott.
What are the advantages of seeing an advisor?
Students are strongly encouraged to visit with an academic advisor prior to course registration for the following reasons:
ACADEMIC REVIEW: A thorough review of completed academic coursework and academic progress
CAREER GUIDANCE: Review of completed, current, and future coursework relative to academic, transfer and career goals
UP TO DATE INFORMATION: Notification of changes to course schedules, program requirements, transfer requirements, important dates and other information necessary to facilitate timely completion of academic goals
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT: Discussion of non-academic factors (work, family, etc.) and the relationship of each to academic achievement
Which advisor is best for me?
NFCC advisors are ready to assist any student. However, students in the following categories should see the advisors associated with those categories as indicated:
GENERAL STUDENTS AND FIRST TIME NFCC STUDENTS: Students not included in the below categories and any new students should see Philip Wilkerson, Delvin Boatman or Bobby Scott (Bldg. 2).
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES: Students in the SSS program should see Della Webb, Lynn Waller, Cameron Smith or Suzie Cashwell (Bldg. 6).
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Students with a documented disability should see Lynn Waller or Dr. Suzie Cashwell (Bldg. 6).
DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS: Dual enrollment students must see their high school counselor for advisement.
HOME-SCHOOLED STUDENTS: Home-schooled students should see NFCC advisor Bobby Scott (Bldg. 6).
CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION: Students in Career and Technical Education programs should see the appropriate contact below:
Debbie Bass (Nursing and Allied Health)
Mike Kirkland (EMT, Paramedic and Firefighter)
Rick Davis (Public Safety Academy, Law Enforcement and Corrections)
Daisy Garcia (Automation and Production Technology; Business Development and Entrepreneurship; and Network Security)
Marie Guest (Digital Media / Multi-Media Technology)
Denise Callaway (Early Childhood Education)
NFCC ADVISORS are ready to assist all current and potential students. Contact your advisor today!
NFCC ADVISOR DIRECTORY
NFCC ACADEMIC ADVISORS - ALL PROGRAMS
DIGITAL MEDIA | MULTI-MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES - EMT | PARAMEDIC | FIREFIGHTER
NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMS
PUBLIC SAFETY ACADEMY - LAW ENFORCEMENT | CORRECTIONS
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
See an advisor today!
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