You’ve Been Accepted!
Welcome! It’s now time to complete the process to become a registered student for the upcoming semester. Whether you are a New, Transfer, or a Returning student, we’ll help you through the next steps below to become an official Thunderwolf!
Your T-Wolves account will be used to access student email, Banner Web, BlackBoard, Degree Works, and the wireless network on campus.
You must activate your T-Wolves account before you can complete the next steps in the enrollment process. Below is a link to instructions on how to activate your T-Wolves account.
For more information, contact:
Hours: Mon-Fri, 7:30am – 4:30pm
- Please make sure your contact information listed in Banner Web is up-to-date so your NCCC advisor and success coach can reach you.
- You can check and make changes (if needed) to your contact information on the “Personal Information” tab in Banner Web.
To view possible holds on your account:
- Log into Degree Works using your T-Wolves username & password
- View any existing holds on the far right under “Hold Type”
If you have a hold, contact the Wellness Center for information on how to resolve their holds at 716-614-6275 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have not done so already, you must submit your immunization records to the Wellness Center before scheduling classes. You can have your high school, previous college, or primary physician send your records to the Wellness Center (Fax: 716-614-6817 or email@example.com).
After meeting with your academic advisor, it’s now time to schedule your classes for the upcoming semester!
At NCCC, all matriculated students are assigned a Success Coach who can help them find and register for classes. Your Success Coach will also help you navigate the steps following class registration to help you prepare for success in your upcoming semester.
- Most students will be automatically routed to meet with a Success Coach directly after their advisement appointment.
- Sign up for a one-on-one or small group appointment with a Success Coach to register for classes.
Option 1: Attend a small group in-person meeting with a Success Coach
- Every Tuesday 10AM – 2PM
- Every Wednesday 10AM – 2PM
- Some Saturdays 10AM – 2PM
(June 26, July 24, and August 14)
Option 2: Schedule a one-on-one meeting with a Success Coach
Contact the office to schedule a one-on-one in-person, Zoom, or phone appointment with your success coach.
Student Success Center, D-102
8AM-4PM Monday – Friday
If you are planning to use financial aid for payment, it is important to complete the application process as early as possible. Below are some helpful links to guide you through the financial aid process. For more information, visit the Financial Aid Office webpage.
Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA)
NCCC FAFSA School Code: 002874
New York State Residents:
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) and Excelsior Scholarship information.
NCCC TAP School Code: 2215
Veteran Services is here to help students navigate the paperwork necessary to apply for GI Bill® benefits.
Tuition Payment Due Dates
|Term||Tuition Payment Due Date|
|Summer 2021||Thursday, May 6, 2021 or immediately if registering after due date|
|Fall 2021||Thursday, July 22, 2021 or immediately if registering after due date|
NCCC does not mail bills. Instead, once billing is opened for a given semester, you can view your schedule/bill on demand via your Banner Web secure login.
Your financial obligation can be satisfied in the following ways:
- Pay your bill in full by cash, check, or credit card.
- Sign up for the Tuition Payment Plan
- Financial Aid
Certificate of Residency
If you have been a legal resident of New York State for the past year but you have lived outside Niagara County, you will be charged tuition at the non-resident rate. The non-resident premium (the difference between the resident and non-resident rates) will be credited back to your account if you provide a valid Certificate of Residence from your county of legal residence within the first three weeks of the start of the term. The Certificate of Residence received from your county of legal residence is usually valid for one academic year and must be renewed annually. Certificates cannot be issued more than 60 days before the start of the term for which you are registered (see submission time-frame below).
|Term||Certificate of Residency Submission Dates|
|Winter Intersession, 2022||November 4, 2021 - February 2, 2022|
|Spring 2022||November 19, 2021 - February 17, 2022|
Student ID Card
Student ID cards are needed to use as a Library card, Go Print Card ($40 print credit), to access the computer lab, to use Financial Aid for purchases at the bookstore, to use athletic facilities and equipment, and to purchase discount tickets for events in the Fine Arts Auditorium. In addition, your Banner ID is listed on your ID card.
To obtain your Student ID card: Bring a copy of your schedule and a valid NYS ID to the Public Safety Office (G-106) to pick up your NCCC Student ID.
NFCI Majors should pick up their ID at the Reception Desk of the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute.
Purchase Textbooks & Supplies
Fall semester classes: Starting in July, you can order your textbooks from the Barnes & Noble College Bookstore. You can use financial aid to pay for books starting in August. Check with the B&N College Bookstore for more information.
NFCI Majors should purchase textbooks and supplies at the Barnes & Noble College Bookstore located at NFCI.
- 2 & 4 Year College and University Credit
- Note: If you completed college credit while in high school you need to have an official transcript sent from that institution. It is not included on the high school transcript.
- College Board AP and CLEP Exams
- International Baccalaureate (IB) HL Level Exams
- Military Experience
Send Official Transcripts from any other institution you have attended addressed to the NCCC Admissions Office, 3111 Saunders Settlement Road, Sanborn, NY 14132
Note: AP credits need to be submitted through College Board, 2-year and 4-year Colleges and Universities need to be sent from the Registrar/Records Office, and U.S. Armed Forces credits can be sent via DD214 Form, and/or American Council on Education (ACE) Registry Transcript.
You may also request an unofficial transfer credit evaluation based on submission of an unofficial transcript by emailing us at the address below.
Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-614-6253
The mission of the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) at SUNY Niagara County Community College is to provide students with learning support services that serve as a foundation for academic success, retention, and completion of educational goals. The vision of ACE is to provide NCCC students with the strategies and skills needed to assist them in becoming independent learners who rely upon their strengths and abilities.
Take advantage of a Campus Tour to view everything NCCC has to offer!
The NCCC Henrietta G. Lewis Library offers a wide variety of resources and services. Our collection includes books, CDs, DVDs, videos, laptops, MacBooks, kindles, camcorders, digital cameras, audio recorders, and software. We also subscribe to over 350 magazines, journals, and newspapers as well as web-based indexes and databases. We provide research assistance and instruction.
- If you have any questions, please ask a librarian at the reference desk. We are here to help you!
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Student Life has a variety of programming from social events, leadership training, and workshops, community service to clubs of all different interests and academic fields. Stop by and see us anytime to get more involved today!
The Student Success Center is committed to providing continuing students at NCCC the necessary support services to successfully achieve their personal and academic goals. If you are looking for information regarding your Academic Advisor, want to change your advisor, or need general academic counseling you will find it in the “SSC”. The “SSC” also offers counseling services pertaining to Excelsior Scholarships, Student Outcome Tracking (SOT), withdrawal counseling, and change of major information.