Important Dates/When to Register
Second Mini-Term Spring 2017
Friday, March 3- Friday, March 10
Electronic Completion (PAYMENT ONLY)
All pre-registered students who are NOT currently enrolled are able to complete their registration electronically via myNWCC on the Northwest website using the “Complete Registration” option under “Scheduling” & using a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover) or completed financial aid. This service is available beginning noon on Friday, March 3 through NOON on Friday, March 10 for pre-registered students. Students will not be able to make partial payments.
Friday, March 3- Friday, March 10
Electronic Registration & Completion
Current students are able to electronically register for spring mini-term 2 classes via myNWCC on the Northwest website by selecting the “Add/Drop” option under “Scheduling”. If additional fees are incurred, the student will be automatically directed to pay these fees within the system via a “Complete Registration” button. (An additional balance due would be the result of difference in part-time & full-time tuition and/or eBooks.)
Wednesday, March 8, Thursday, March 9 & Friday, March 10
Open Registration (8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
The Registration process for mini term 2 will occur in the eLearning Office located in Tate Hall, second floor. The eLearning Office will be staffed with advisers to register students for mini term classes between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Advisers should enter eLearning students in the MSVCC system. The Registrar office staff will be available to facilitate “needs” for any students not cleared to register.
Currently enrolled students: After completing a schedule with an adviser, currently enrolled students should be directed to their myNWCC to view the “Pay Outstanding Charges” option under “Financial Information” to see if they have a balance due. (An additional balance due would be the result of a difference in part-time & full-time tuition and/or eBooks.) Current students making payment for any additional charges may print a receipt using the “View My Account” option under “Student Information” in myNWCC. Current students may also make payment via cash, check, or credit card at the Business Office in the Administration Building. Upon receipt of payment, the Business Office will provide the student with a receipt listing charges and payment.
All fees must be paid in full by Friday, March 10, at 3:00 p.m. or the schedule will be dropped.
New students: After completing a schedule with an adviser, new students should be directed to their myNWCC to “Complete Registration” to pay their balance on-line or proceed to the Business Office in the Administration Building to pay all fees in full via cash, check, or credit card. New students completing online may print a receipt using the “View My Account” option under “Student Information” in myNWCC. New students may also make payment via cash, check, or credit card at the Business Office in the Administration Building. Upon receipt of payment, the Business Office will provide the student with a receipt listing charges and payment. *All fees must be paid in full by Friday, March 10, at NOON or the schedule will be dropped.*
Bookstore will be open normal business hours (8 – 4:30) in the McLendon Center. **No funds will be placed on ID cards**
Business Office will be open 8:00 – noon and 1 – 3:30 for payments, located on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building.
eLearning will be located in their office; 220 of Tate Hall.
Financial Aid will be located in Yalobusha Hall.
ID validation, parking decals, new ID cards, Student Guides and other miscellaneous information will be available in the Campus Police Office located in the McLendon Center.
Office of Admissions & Records staff will be located in Yalobusha Hall.
Placement testing will be held in the Student Development Center located in Tate Hall first floor.
Monday, March 13
On-line classes begin
Monday, March 13 & Tuesday, March 14
e-Learning staff available in Tate Hall for add/drop for on-line classes, all other offices are closed for Spring Break.
Monday, March 20
Second session day mini-term classes begin
1. Advisors must access the ‘Declare Major’ screen and verify/change their pathway/program as well as update the other required fields on that screen in order to register an advisee.
2. Assistance for disabled students is available in the Student Development Center at 562-3309
Viewing the Spring 2017 Schedule
1. Click on myNWCC.
2. Click on the Course Schedule tab at the top of the Login screen. The following screen will appear.
3. Select the Term SP2017 from the dropdown box.
4. You can then select the appropriate department, course or the campus you want to attend to search for the courses you would like to display. You may also click the boxes next to the days of the week if looking for a class on specific days to meet your schedule.
If you are not sure what courses you need to enroll in that will apply to your degree, login to myNWCC and check your Degree Plan under Student Records for valid courses in your program.
Tuition & Fees
General Fees/Tuition (all full-time students/per semester) $1,400
Out-of-State Fee (full-time per semester) $1,400 + $1,200
In-State (per semester hour) $120
Out-of-State (per semester hour) $220
Fees and expenses listed are correct at the time of publication. The college reserves the right to increase fees and expenses without prior notification. For more information on residence hall fees, lunch and board plans, and special fees, please see the 2016-17 Bulletin.
Looking for alternatives to traditional classes?
Mini-terms were developed for students who wish to take courses over an eight-week span, instead of a traditional semester. Students who want to expedite their degree plan to graduate early may take advantage of these courses. Mini-term classes in a variety of academic and career-technical course subjects are available on all campuses as well as online through the college’s eLearning program. Spring 2017 mini-terms will be held Jan. 17-March 2 (first session) and March 20-May 5 (second session).
Online courses were developed to increase access to Northwest courses by adults and other students who cannot attend campus-based classes because of work, family responsibilities or distance from campus. The typical student will usually devote around 8 hours per online course per week for both online and distance learning. For more information on online classes and to take a short assessment to find out if online courses are right for you, visit www.northwestms.edu/elearning.
If you are experiencing problems or just have a question about the pre-registration process, contact your adviser or choose an option:
Office of Admissions and Records 662-562-3219 or click here
Online & Mini-Term classes?
eLearning 662-560-5230 or click here
Financial Aid question?
Financial Aid 662-562-3271 or click here
Computer Help Desk 662-562-3934 or click here