Current students should schedule a meeting with
their faculty advisors (during regular office hours) to select classes and obtain clearance/authorization.
Students cannot register online until their advisors authorize
them to do so.
Students transferring from other colleges,
transient students from other colleges, and students who previously attended
Northeast may obtain clearance for Online Registration after following
procedures described on the Registration Eligibility page.
NOT ELIGIBLE for Online Registration: students
requiring developmental courses, dual enrollment/accelerated students, and new
students. See Eligibility link, above.
students who register online must pay in full by the announced
deadline or their schedules will be deleted, except for students
on scholarships, grant, or other college financial assistance. (The
deadline date will show on NOAH during the registration
OUT OF DEGREE PLAN (ODP): if you get an Out of Degree Plan
message (ODP) when you register online, contact the Dean of
Student Services immediately. email
your name and student id number. Any course with an ODP message
will affect your Pell Grant award, might affect other financial
aid, and might affect your plans to graduate or transfer.
Online registration is available through NOAH, Northeast Online Account Host. USE ANY NOAH LOG-IN LINK ON THIS WEBSITE:
EARLY Registration on Campus
Students who have not registered online may be
advised and register on the early registration dates announced on the Academic
Currently enrolled students begin by contacting
Entering or returning students should follow the
instructions of the Admissions Office.
PAYMENT: students who register early must pay in full by the
announced deadline or their schedules will be deleted, except
for students on scholarships, grant, or other college financial
REGULAR Registration on Campus
The dates are shown on the Academic Calendar.
Payment is due at the time of registration unless scholarships, grant, or other
assistance is arranged.
LATE Registration on Campus (also Drop/Add period)
There is a $25 late fee if
not already registered, unless special provision is made. If already registered,
there is no fee for changing a schedule during late registration period. See how
to: Add, Change, Drop, or Withdraw.
Degree Plan: If an ODP
message comes onscreen when you register, please email Dean of Student Services Tonie Niblett as soon as possible. The ODP
message means that you are taking a course "out of degree plan."
Any course with an ODP message will affect your Pell Grant
award, might affect other financial aid, and might affect your
plans to graduate or transfer.
Transfer Agreement: If you plan to transfer you must bring a STARS
or 2to4 Transfer Agreement to your advisor. Make a copy for your
advisor and one for yourself. Even if you do not plan to transfer, you are strongly
encouraged to obtain a Transfer Agreement for future use. See
Planning to Transfer.
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY . . .
It is the policy of NACC to make its
services, facilities, and programs accessible to all people, including people
with disabilities. If a disability prevents you or someone you know from fully
using the services and programs of NACC, the staff needs to hear from you about
how they can help. You may contact Rita Ivey, ADA Student Contact and Compliance
Officer in Office 109B of the Student Center, or you may speak with anyone in
the Admissions Office. NACC is an equal opportunity organization and is
committed to providing accommodations in accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all
other applicable regulations.
See: Students with Disabilities webpages
Contact: Rita Ivey, ADA/504
Phone ext 322 email
Full policies of
Northeast Alabama Community College are published in the
Faculty and Staff Handbook (employment policies), or the
Catalog (academic and student policies), or can be obtained
from the Office of the President. While this website
attempts to present information accurately, it does not
constitute the complete statement of policies of Northeast
Alabama Community College. Contents are subject to change