Winter break courses are offered from December 22, 2014 - January 9, 2015. All winter break courses are associated with the spring semester and are taught in an online format. Due to the condensed nature of these courses, students are only allowed to take one three-credit course. If you wish to take more than three credits, you must obtain dean approval.
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To enroll in winter break courses, apply online. Select “spring” for the semester you intend to enroll.
If you are not seeking a degree from NICC and are not planning to receive financial aid for courses over winter break, choose "Not seeking a degree“ as your program of study. If you wish to receive financial aid for winter break courses, you must meet the admission requirements prior to acceptance. Choose "Associate in Arts" as your program of study.
Continuing student registration begins October 22, 2014. New student registration begins November 5, 2014.
To register online, log into Xpress. Select Student Records > Registration > Express Registration. Enter registration number from the last column of the course offerings listed above and click submit. You may also contact the Advising Office for registration assistance.
Students must complete an online tutorial at the time of registration or no later than one week prior to the start of the course.
To complete, log into Xpress and select Academics > Classes. In the term drop down box, select the TRN Online Tutorial. If the tutorial is not completed, the Registrar’s Office will remove you from the course. Contact the Distance Learning Office if you have questions. You may also access tutorial instructions online.
Tuition for Winter Break courses is due December 8, 2014. If you have not paid in full for the winter break courses or do not have financial aid in place for the spring term, you will be de-registered for non-payment.
To Find Your Account Balance, log into Xpress > Student Records > My Financial Profile > Account Summary.
You will need a copy of your class schedule and a photo ID to purchase textbooks. You may also purchase books online.
To qualify for financial aid for winter break courses, you need to be accepted into a degree or diploma program at NICC, have completed the FAFSA and have your financial aid file complete. Winter break enrollment will be counted with your spring enrollment. If you have questions regarding your tuition bill or payment plan, please contact the Business Services Office.