Non-Degree Students are those who do not intend to pursue a degree or certificate at NCC but rather, plan to take courses for personal enrichment, for transfer to another college or professional growth. Students must complete an application for admission, provide required documentation and pay the application fee. Check out the Class Schedule for class availability, and select the semester for which you are planning on enrolling.
- Who HAVE BEEN ENROLLED at NCC within the past year from the start of the semester may register without re-applying. Check the Registration Information webpage for registration dates.
- Who HAVE NOT ENROLLED at NCC in the past year from the start of the semester must be re-admitted.
ADMISSION COMPLETION DEADLINES
Completed applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. APPLY EARLY. Nassau Community College reserves the right to close admission at any time, do not wait to apply. NOTE: Mailed or faxed applications are accepted up to the posted deadlines. Mail to Office of the Registrar, 1 Education Drive, Garden City, NY 11530 or fax to 516.572.9975. Please Note: During peak times the Service Hours of Operation may not take into account the large volume of students who walk-in. If more students are in line than we can serve within the posted hours, the line will be cut earlier than the posted hours and students will receive front-of-the line passes for the next business day.
If a deadline falls on a weekend, applications and all supporting credentials are accepted through the following Monday.
- Summer Semester: MAY 25 (Session I) JUNE 24 (Session II).
- Fall Semester: AUGUST 15
- Winterim: DECEMBER 20
- Spring Semester: JANUARY 5
Acceptance as a non-degree-seeking or "non-matriculated student" means that students are not eligible for state, federal financial aid or loan programs. Once registered, non-degree students who wish to change to Degree-Seeking (matriculated status) must submit to the Office of the Registrar WITHIN 30 days from the start of the term any additional documentation required for the program they are seeking. Students should review the Program Requirements Chart for admission requirements