Returning students should contact their faculty advisor or go online to schedule classes, and new students should see an academic advisor to schedule classes through the college online system.
Tuition and fee charges can be paid on the web with a credit card or financial aid (loan and/or grant money). If you are paying with cash, please make sure you go by or contact the Business Office after you register. If you are unsure of the remaining balance of your anticipated aid after you register for classes you may check the Student Information System (SIS). Then you can pay the balance of your tuition and fees online with a credit card or by going to the Business Office with cash or a check. Please be aware that if your enrollment status changes, you may owe money toward your tuition.
Textbook charges begin approximately a week prior to the beginning date of classes. You may go directly to the bookstore on or after the beginning date and charge your books and supplies to the balance of your award (if any). The bookstore requires an NRCC Student ID to charge textbooks. If you do not have a Student ID, you can have one made in the Student Activities Office in Martin Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. If your books or supplies are not available please make sure the bookstore pre-bills those items to your financial aid account. Any remaining balance after payment of charges for tuition, fees, books and supplies will be refunded to the student. Please contact our Business Office regarding options for receiving your refund.
You can also view your “To-Do List,” “Pending Financial Aid” and “Outstanding Charges.” After your award has been made, your student account will be electronically credited with financial aid/loan funds. Typically this is 4 to 6 weeks after the last date to drop and receive a refund.
This College promotes and maintains educational opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions including lactation, age (except when age is a bona fide occupational qualification), veteran status, or other non-merit factors.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the college’s non-discrimination policies: Dr. Mark C. Rowh, Vice President for Workforce Development and External Relations and Equal Opportunity Officer, 217 Edwards Hall, 540-674-3600, ext. 4241. Inquiries concerning Title IX (sexual harassment, sexual assault/domestic violence/dating violence, and stalking) may be directed to Dr. Deborah Kennedy, Dean of Student Services, 268 Rooker Hall, 540-674-3690. or, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Mr. John Bowler, Academic Advisor for the Center of Disability Services, 115 Christiansburg site, 540-674-3600, ext. 4418. Inquiries concerning ADA and Section 504 may be directed to Ms. Lucy Howlett, Coordinator of the Center for Disability Services, Advising Center, 275 Rooker Hall, V/TTY 540-674-3619.