Registration Information

Fall 2019

The registration process on the Senatobia campus begins at 8:00 a.m. in the R. C. Library. Financial Aid will be located in Tate Hall on the second floor in rooms 201 & 205. Students will complete the registration process with the Business Office, located on the second floor of the J. P. McCormick Administration building or online via myNWCC.

CAMPUS DAY & EVENING

Aug 5-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process online.
Aug 13-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process on campus 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 14: Open registration - Evening classes: 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Pre-registered students must complete their registration/authorize tuition payment by 7:00 p.m. or their schedule will be cancelled
Aug 15-16: Open registration 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 18: Last day to officially authorize tuition payment/complete registration through MyNWCC or pre-registered schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 19: Day & Evening classes begin. Late registration begins.
Aug 23: Last day to register.
Dec 9-13 - Final Examinations for day and evening classes

FALL 2019 MINI-TERMS 1&2

Aug 5-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process online.
Aug 13-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process on campus 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 14: Pre-registered students must complete their registration/authorize tuition payment by 7:00 p.m. or their schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 15-16: First mini-term open registration 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 18: Last day to officially authorize tuition payment/complete registration through MyNWCC or pre-registered schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 19: First mini-term classes begin. Late registration begins.
Aug 23: Last day to register for first mini-term classes.
Oct 10-11: Final Examinations for first mini-term classes. Second mini-term registration. See advisor.
Oct 16: Second mini-term classes begin. Second mini-term late registration begins.
Oct 18: Last day to register for second mini-term classes.  
Nov 4 - Dec 13: Pre-registration for Spring 2020 with advisor by appointment or on myNWCC.
Dec 9-13: Final Examinations for second mini-term classes.
Extra parking has been made available at Senatobia for students close to the buildings being used for registration. Here is a map of the parking. Here is a pdf option.  
Quick Reference Fall 2019 Registration Service Locations/times by Date
  Tuesday, August 13 and Wednesday, August 14 Pre-registration completion            8 - 3:30 Wednesday, August 14 Evening Reg. 4:30-7:00 Thursday, August 15 and Friday, August 16 Open Registration 8-3:30 August 19 - 23 Late Registration 8 – 3:30
All offices Open during lunch   Open during lunch Open during lunch
Financial Aid Tate Hall 201 & 205 560-5259 Tate Hall 201 & 205 560-5259  Tate Hall 201 & 205 560-5259   Yalobusha
eLearning 560-5231 562-3901 560-5230   Tate 227   Tate 227   Tate 227   Tate 227
Placement Testing X3320   NOT provided Student Development Center Student Development Center Student Development Center
Bookstore X3240   McLendon Center   McLendon Center Open until 7 pm   McLendon Center 8 – 4:30   McLendon Center  
  Advisers   Tate Hall 106 & 108   Tate Hall 106 & 108   Tate Hall 106 & 108   Admissions Recruiting
Housing X3305   Tate Hall     Tate Hall   Tate Hall     Tate Hall
  Residence Halls Wednesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 & 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.   Closed Students report to assigned Residence Hall for key from  9:00 a.m. – 12:00 & 1:00 – 5:00 p.m Friday-closes at 4:30 Students report to Tate Hall 8-4:30  
IDs and Parking X3313 Campus Police McLendon Center Campus Police McLendon Center Campus Police McLendon Center Campus Police McLendon Center
Admissions X5286 or X3377   Library   Library   Library   Yalobusha Hall
Business Office 560-5260 562-3216 562-3208     Registration Room in Admin. Bldg.   Business Office Cashier’s Window     Registration Room in Admin. Bldg.     Regular Offices
 
THROUGH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14

Electronic Registration Completion

 All pre-registered students are able to complete their registration electronically via myNWCC on the Northwest website using a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover) or completed financial aid, excluding federal aid (Pell Grants).  This service is available beginning July 10 through 7:00 pm August 14 for pre-registered students. Students using federal aid to complete must wait until Friday, August 9th, to attempt to complete online and use their Pell Grant. Students will not be able to make partial payments.  Students have been sent comprehensive instructions.  

TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 AND WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14


Schedule Changes and Final Registration for Pre-Registered Students (8:00 – 3:30)  

The registration process begins for students in the Library at 8:00 a.m.  Admissions will print out a copy of the student’s schedule. If the student would like to change his schedule, he will be directed to advisers in Tate 106 or 108. Students may also change their schedules without seeing an adviser by using the registration option in myNWCC. If the student does not want to change his schedule, he will be directed to the Business Office in the Administration Building or Financial Aid in Tate Hall.

  The adviser should input and print a schedule for the student and then direct him/her to the Business Office or Financial Aid. If the student is registered for online classes, the adviser should direct the student to the myNWCC log in on the website to complete the Online Student Information Form and update their contact information. Additionally, they should be given an online calendar which will be available in Tate 106 and 108.  

  All fees must be paid in full and may be paid by cash, check, and credit card or approved payment plan.  All fees must be paid in full by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 14 or the schedule will be dropped. Upon completion the student will be given a receipt that will list charges and payment.  

The residual ACT will be administered on Tuesday, August 13 at 8:00 a.m. in Tate Hall room 207. Please tell students to arrive by 7:45.  

Financial Aid will be located in Tate Hall 201 and 205.

Business Office – Will be available for payment in the registration room in the Administration Building.

ID validation, parking decals, and new IDs will be available in the Campus Police Office located in the McLendon Center.  

The Bookstore in the McLendon Student Center will be open regular hours for students to purchase books and until 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 14.  

Housing, located in Tate Hall, will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day  

Residence Halls open on August 14th on the following schedule – 9 a.m. to 12, 1 p.m.to 5:00 p.m. All students must show proof of completed registration or be on the completed registration list before being allowed to check-in.  

NOTES:

  1. After 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 14th, the schedule of any pre-registered student who has not completed registration will be erased from the computer system.
  2. Assistance for disabled students is available through the Student Development Center, extension 3320.
  3. Drop/Add for traditional classes If complete, students can drop and add traditional classes beginning August 13 until 3:30 on August 23. Send the student to the Business Office if the student is moving from full-time to part-time or vice-versa. Starting on Monday, August 26, students must use the withdrawal process to exit a traditional class. No further classes can be added without VP approval.
  4. Drop/Add for online classes The drop/add dates for online classes are August 13 through 27. The withdrawal process starts August 28.
  5. All offices involved in the registration process must remain open during the lunch hour on August 13 – 23.
  6. . Students with state aid or institutional scholarships must register for 15 hours.
  7. Full time status is considered 15 hours for tuition and housing purposes. 12 hours must be on campus to be eligible for housing.
 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14

Evening Class Registration 4:30 -7:00  

Evening class registration begins at 4:30 p.m. 

Students will begin by going to the Library.

The Admissions Office will ensure that the student is complete and provide the student with a student ID number. Advisors will be available in Tate Hall 106 and 108. Any student who is pre-registered may come in the evening and complete.  

After any needed advising, students will proceed to the Business Office cashier’s window in the Administration Building to complete. If the student is registered for online classes, the adviser should direct the student to the myNWCC log in on the website to complete the Online Student Information Form and update their contact information. All fees must be paid in full and may be paid by cash, check, and credit card or approved payment plan. Upon completion the student will be given a receipt that will list charges and payment.

Financial Aid will be located in Tate Hall 201 and 205.  

ID validation, parking decals, and new IDs will be available in the Campus Police Office located in the McLendon Center.  

Placement testing will be available in the Student Development Center.

  eLearning Staff will be available in Tate Hall.  

Housing – Open in Tate Hall  

The Bookstore in the McLendon Student Center will be open for students to purchase books until 7:00 p.m.  

Registration will conclude at 7:00 p.m.

NOTES:  
  1. Advisors must access the ‘Change Major’ option in the mini-menu in the Advisor Info Center to verify/change their pathway/program, as well as update the other required fields on that screen in order to register an advisee. Utilize the Pathway Transfer Guide when selecting pathway and transfer institution.
  2. Any student who has the message “HS/GED required” on their Alliant screen should be sent to Admissions.
  3. If adviser receives a message that a student is not accepted into a program, the adviser should ensure that the student has selected a major in the “Change Major” section of Alliant and that they have been accepted into the program.  All academic majors should be marked ‘Y-Yes’, excluding Nursing.  If the student plans to major in Nursing or Career Tech and they are NOT marked as accepted, please send them to the Nursing Department or to the Career Tech office in the Administration building.
  4. After 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 14th, the schedule of any pre-registered student who has not completed registration will be erased from the computer system.
  5. Assistance for disabled students is available through the Student Development Center, extension 3320.
  6. Drop/Add for traditional classes If complete, students can drop and add traditional classes August 13 until 3:30 on August 23. Send the student to the Business Office if the student is moving from full-time to part-time or vice-versa. Starting on Monday, August 26, students must use the withdrawal process to exit a traditional class. No further classes can be added without Associate VP approval.
  7. Drop/Add for online classes The drop/add dates for online classes are August 13 through 27. The withdrawal process starts August 28.
  8. . Students with state aid or institutional scholarships must register for 15 hours.
  9. To be eligible for housing, students must be registered for 15 hours with 12 of those hours on campus.


  10. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 & FRIDAY, AUGUST 16

     

    Open Registration (8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)  

    The registration process begins for students in the Library at 8:00 a.m.  Students will report to Admissions in the Library. If their file is complete, they will be given and ID number and sent to advisers in Tate 106 and 108 to input a schedule.  

    Students with online courses should be directed to the myNWCC website to complete the Online Student Information Form and update their contact information.  

      After completing a schedule with an adviser, students should be directed to the Business Office in the Administration Building to complete the registration process or to Financial Aid in Tate 201. All fees must be paid in full and may be paid by cash, check, credit card, or approved payment plan. All fees must be paid in full on the day the schedule is input or the schedule will be dropped at 4:00. Upon completion the student will be given a white registration form that will list charges and payment.  

    Placement testing will be held in the Student Development Center located in Tate Hall.  

    Bookstore will be open until 4:30 pm.  

    ID validation, parking decals, and new ID cards will be available in the Campus Police Office located in the McLendon Center.  

    Financial Aid will be located in Tate 201 and 205.  

    Business Office – Will be available for payment in the registration room in the Administration Building.  

    eLearning will be located in Tate Hall room 227.  

    Housing, located in Tate Hall, will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  

    Residence Halls will be open on Thursday, August 15 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., and Friday, August 16 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. for check in. All students must show proof of completed registration or be on the completed registration list before being allowed to check-in.  

    Registration will end at 3:30 p.m.  

    NOTES:  
    1. Advisors must access the ‘Change Major’ option in the mini-menu in the Advisor Info Center to verify/change their pathway/program, as well as update the other required fields on that screen in order to register an advisee. Utilize the Pathway Transfer Guide when selecting pathway and transfer institution.
    2. Any student who has the message “HS/GED required” on their Alliant screen should be sent to the nearest Admissions Office to get it cleared.
    3. If adviser receives a message that a student is not accepted into a program, the adviser should ensure that the student has selected a major in the “Change Major” section of Alliant and that they have been accepted into the program.  All academic majors should be marked ‘Y-Yes’, excluding Nursing.  If the student plans to major in Nursing or Career Tech and they are NOT marked as accepted, please send them to the Nursing Department or to the Career Tech office in the Administration building.
    4. Assistance for disabled students is available through the Student Development Center, extension 3320.
    5. Drop/Add for traditional classes If complete, students can drop and add traditional classes beginning August 13 until 3:30 on August 23. Send the student to the Business Office if the student is moving from full-time to part-time or vice-versa. Starting on Monday, August 26, students must use the withdrawal process to exit a traditional class. No further classes can be added without VP approval.
    6. Drop/Add for online classes The drop/add dates for online classes are August 13 through 27. The withdrawal process starts August 28.
    7. . All offices involved in the registration process must remain open during the lunch hour on August 13 – 23.
    8. . Students with state aid or institutional scholarships must register for 15 hours.
     

    MONDAY, AUGUST 19 – FRIDAY, AUGUST 23



    Late Registration (8 – 3:30)

    Students will begin by going to the Yalobusha Hall. Advisors will be available in the Admissions Office (and in the Recruiting Office as well on Monday).  After advising, students will proceed to the Business Office in the Administration Building to complete or to Financial Aid in Yalobusha.  All fees must be paid in full on the day the schedule is input or the schedule will be dropped at 4:30 p.m. Fees may be paid by cash, check, and credit card or approved payment plan. Upon completion the student will be given a receipt that will list charges and payment.  

    Business Office will resume normal operation from the cashiers window.  

    Placement testing will be located in the Student Development Center located in Tate Hall.  

    Financial Aid will be located in the Yalobusha Building.  

    eLearning will be located in Tate Hall room 227.  

    Residence Halls – report to Tate Hall 8 – 4:30  

    ID validation, parking decals, and new IDs will be available in Campus Police located in the McClendon Center.  

    NOTES:  

    1. Starting on Monday, August 26, students must use the withdrawal process to exit a traditional class. No further classes can be added without VP approval.
    2. Drop/Add for online classes The drop/add dates for online classes are August 13 through 27. The withdrawal process starts August 28.
CAMPUS DAY & EVENING

Aug 5-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process online.
Aug 13-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process on campus 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 14: Open registration - Evening classes: 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Pre-registered students must complete their registration/authorize tuition payment by 7:00 p.m. or their schedule will be cancelled
Aug 15-16: Open registration 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 18: Last day to officially authorize tuition payment/complete registration through MyNWCC or pre-registered schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 19: Day & Evening classes begin. Late registration begins.
Aug 23: Last day to register.
Dec 9-13 - Final Examinations for day and evening classes

FALL 2019 MINI-TERMS 1&2

Aug 5-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process online.
Aug 13-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process on campus 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 14: Pre-registered students must complete their registration/authorize tuition payment by 7:00 p.m. or their schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 15-16: First mini-term open registration 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 18: Last day to officially authorize tuition payment/complete registration through MyNWCC or pre-registered schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 19: First mini-term classes begin. Late registration begins.
Aug 23: Last day to register for first mini-term classes.
Oct 10-11: Final Examinations for first mini-term classes. Second mini-term registration. See advisor.
Oct 16: Second mini-term classes begin. Second mini-term late registration begins.
Oct 18: Last day to register for second mini-term classes.  
Nov 4 - Dec 13: Pre-registration for Spring 2020 with advisor by appointment or on myNWCC.
Dec 9-13: Final Examinations for second mini-term classes.
CAMPUS DAY & EVENING

Aug 5-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process online.
Aug 13-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process on campus 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 14: Open registration - Evening classes: 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Pre-registered students must complete their registration/authorize tuition payment by 7:00 p.m. or their schedule will be cancelled
Aug 15-16: Open registration 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 18: Last day to officially authorize tuition payment/complete registration through MyNWCC or pre-registered schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 19: Day & Evening classes begin. Late registration begins.
Aug 23: Last day to register.
Dec 9-13 - Final Examinations for day and evening classes

FALL 2019 MINI-TERMS 1&2

Aug 5-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process online.
Aug 13-14: Pre-registered students complete registration process on campus 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 14: Pre-registered students must complete their registration/authorize tuition payment by 7:00 p.m. or their schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 15-16: First mini-term open registration 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Aug 18: Last day to officially authorize tuition payment/complete registration through MyNWCC or pre-registered schedule will be cancelled.
Aug 19: First mini-term classes begin. Late registration begins.
Aug 23: Last day to register for first mini-term classes.
Oct 10-11: Final Examinations for first mini-term classes. Second mini-term registration. See advisor.
Oct 16: Second mini-term classes begin. Second mini-term late registration begins.
Oct 18: Last day to register for second mini-term classes.  
Nov 4 - Dec 13: Pre-registration for Spring 2020 with advisor by appointment or on myNWCC.
Dec 9-13: Final Examinations for second mini-term classes.

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