The Academic Advising Center is a dedicated team of advisors, faculty, staff, and administrators committed to your academic success at NSC. By providing the right advice and guidance, we help students meet their educational and personal objectives.
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Page Updated: March 15, 2015
The Academic Advising Center strives to support students navigate the college so they can reach their academic goals. Here are a few reasons why you might want to make an appointment to see an academic advisor.
Make an Appointment with an Academic Advisor
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Benjamin Franklin
Each school has created degree planning tools to help students plan their way to graduation. Advisors are here to help advise you along the way. While advisors will not choose classes for you or enroll you into classes, we are more than happy to offer suggestions, give you insight, and help you understand how to use these tools to stay on track towards the completion of your degree.
Degree Worksheets: Most majors/programs have degree worksheets that list requirements to complete the program. Some requirements have prescribed or specific courses that you have to take, while other requirements provide a list of options.
Degree Maps: These are four year suggested course sequences.
Several degree programs have a number of both general electives and upper division general electives required to meet the total number of credits needed to graduate. Some students plan to utilize these extra credits with an 18 credit minor.
Concentrations are used in the Interdisciplinary Studies major. The Interdisciplinary Studies program allows students to take a 24 credit concentration and 18 credit minor to create their own major. See an academic advisor for more information.
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In Person Classes vs Online Classes vs Hybrid Classes vs Accelerated Classes
Tip #1: See Your Advisor EARLY! Summer and Fall Registration begins in early April, while Spring Registration begins in early November. Beat the rush and meet with your advisor at least two weeks before the start of registration season.
Tip #2: Check Your Holds on your Student Center . Be sure to click on the detail link in the holds area for more information on the hold and who to contact to resolve it.
Tip #3: Use Your Shopping Cart. The class schedule for Summer and Fall usually comes out by the middle of March. Spring schedule is usually available by middle of October. By planning ahead, you can search through the schedule early and place your preferred courses in your shopping cart. This way, when your enrollment appointment starts, you are ready to click enroll!
Students are scheduled enrollment appointments for registration based on the total number of credit hours earned. The more hours a student has earned, the earlier their enrollment appointment is to register.
STEP 1: Find out your enrollment appointment
STEP 2: Check for holds
STEP 3: Determine classes you want to enroll in
Confused about classes you want to enroll in? Meet with your academic advisor. Beat the rush and meet with your advisor before registration season.
Step 4: Register for your classes during registration to have the best course selection
How to Register and Know What Classes to Take