Registration & Records Office

Mission Statement

The Registration & Records Office shall provide personalized quality service which is accessible and responsive to a diverse community. The Office is charged with compliance to all federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies as applicable to the areas of registration and records. Services are designed to preserve the integrity, accuracy, and privacy of academic records while enabling students to obtain services in an efficient manner. In unison with other support areas of the Student Services unit, the office fulfills a role in facilitating and promoting the academic mission of the institution.

The Registration & Records Office provides many services to help you in your academic career. Here you’ll find information on registration, transcript requests, enrollment verifications, course audits, S/U grading, course withdrawals, name/address changes, transfer credit evaluations, and more.  Graduation applications may now be submitted through Banner Web.

View a full list of Registration & Records resources


Julie Schucker
NCCC Registrar
Registration & Records Office,
Phone: (716) 614-6250
Fax: (716) 614-6821
Hours: M,T,W,F - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Th - 8 a.m. - 6 p.m

(716) 614-6250

(716) 614-6254

Important Links

Access Banner Web


To order official transcript,
click TranscriptsPlus logo:


Student Advisement and Registration Session

Advisement and Registration YouTube Channel

Online registration, final grades, unofficial transcript, degree evaluation, view bill, make payments + more

Pin resets, Banner Web help, Course Registration, etc.

Transcripts, Enrollment Verifications, Records Info., etc.

Course Overloads

If you have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5, you may be permitted to register for a course overload, in which you may take more than 18 credit hours in the Fall or Spring semester.

In the summer, more than 6 credit hours in a session is considered an overload.

You may request permission from your advisor at the time of advanced registration.

Final Grades

Final grades are not mailed to students. You must access Banner Web to view your grades. Click “Enter Secure Area” and login to your account. Click on “Student and Financial Aid”, “Student Records”, “Final Grades”, select term, and click “Submit”. Your final grades for that semester will then be displayed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here to access our frequently asked questions page.

If you cannot find the answer you were looking for or have additional questions, please contact us at

Online Student Services

Click here to view/print our brochure “Guide to Online Student Services”. This will outline the various online information which is available to you.