Steps to Enroll

New Students

Currently Enrolled Students

Returning Students

Transfer to NWACC

Transfer from NWACC

New Student Back to Top

A new student is one who has never been to college.

  • Placement Scores* (ACT or COMPASS) - If you have not completed college level reading, writing, and math courses, please visit the Admissions Office to sign up for the COMPASS test.
  • On Campus Orientation  - Click here to sign up. Session Includes: New Student Orientation, Academic Advising and Registration for classes.
  • Student Photo ID - Get your Student ID on the 2nd floor of the Student Center.
  • Pay your tuition - To pay for your classes or make payment arrangements, go to My NWACC Connection.
  • Purchase Textbooks - When purchasing books on campus, be sure to take a copy of your class schedule. The Bookstore is located on the 1st floor of the Student Center. Phone: 479-619-2222.
  • If you have not started your Financial Aid, do so immediately!  Click here apply for Financial Aid.
  • If you are a Veteran or need information about Veteran’s benefits please see the Veteran’s Resource Center, located on the 1st floor of the Student Center.

Currently Enrolled Student Back to Top

A current student is one who attended to previous semester.

  • Advisement – Advising is available at the Learner Success Center and the Washington County Center. Please click here to sign up for an appointment with and Advisor.
  • Register Online-Register for classes online through My NWACC Connection. For instructions to register online click here.
  • Pay your tuition-To pay for your classes or make payment arrangements, go to My NWACC Connection. For instructions to set up a payment plan click here.
  • Purchase Textbooks -When purchasing books on campus, be sure to take a copy of your class schedule. The Bookstore is located on the 1st floor of the Student Center. Phone: 479-619-2222.
  • If you have not started your Financial Aid, do so immediately!  Click here apply for Financial Aid.
  • If you are a Veteran or need information about Veteran’s benefits please see the Veteran’s Resource Center, located on the 1st floor of the Student Center.

Returning to NWACC Back to Top

A returning student is one who has attended NWACC in the past and is returning to take additional classes.

  • Application for Admissions
  • Pay a $5.00 application fee at the Cashier’s Office or call 479-619-4291 to pay by credit card.
  • Turn in official transcripts from other institutions if you have been anywhere since NWACC
  • Advisement – Advising is available at the Learner Success Center and the Washington County Center. Please click here to sign up for an appointment with and Advisor.
  • Register Online-Register for classes online through My NWACC Connection. For instructions to register online click here.
  • Student Photo ID - Get your student ID on the 2nd floor of the Student Center.
  • Pay your tuition-To pay for your classes or make payment arrangements, go to My NWACC Connection. For instructions to set up a payment plan click here.
  • Purchase Textbooks -When purchasing books on campus, be sure to take a copy of your class schedule. The Bookstore is located on the 1st floor of the Student Center.
    Phone: 479-619-2222.
  • If you have not started your Financial Aid, do so immediately!  Click here apply for Financial Aid.
  • If you are a Veteran or need information about Veteran’s benefits please see the Veteran’s Resource Center, located on the 1st floor of the Student Center.

Transfer to NWACC Back to Top

A student admitted as a “transfer” is one who has successfully completed six (6) hours of college level courses at another regionally accredited college or university.

Pay a $10.00 application fee, for new students (never been to college)

Pay a $5.00 application fee, for returning students (have previously attended NWACC)

  • Placement Scores* (ACT or COMPASS) - If you have not completed college level reading, writing, and math courses, please visit the admissions department to sign up for the COMPASS test.
  • Turn in official transcripts from other institutions you have attended.
  • Advisement – Advising is available at the Learner Success Center and the Washington County Center. Please click here to sign up for an appointment with and Advisor.
  • Register Online-Register for classes online through My NWACC Connection. For instructions to register online click here.
  • Student Photo ID - Get your Student ID on the 2nd floor of the Student Center.
  • Pay your tuition-To pay for your classes or make payment arrangements, go to My NWACC Connection. For instructions to set up a payment plan click here.
  • Purchase Textbooks - When purchasing books on campus, be sure to take a copy of your class schedule. The Bookstore is located on the 1st floor of the Student Center. Phone: 479-619-2222.
  • If you have not started your Financial Aid, do so immediately!  Click here apply for Financial Aid.
  • If you are a Veteran or need information about Veteran’s benefits please see the Veteran’s Resource Center, located on the 1st floor of the Student Center.

 

Transfer from NWACC Back to Top
Request an official transcript:

  • Fill out a Transcript Request form at the Student Records office
  • Go to Student Records and click on Transcript Request. Fill out the request form and submit to Student Records.

* Appropriate test scores, transcripts, and current college or university schedules are used to determine placement in college level courses.  You must have documentation proving you have met course pre-requisites before registering.  In some cases unofficial transcripts, grade reports, and current college/university schedules may be used by advisors to verify pre-requisite completion.  This document may be hand carried or faxed.

** Transcripts are considered official when your college or university mails them to NWACC or if you deliver the document in a sealed and stamped university envelope.

It is your responsibility to be sure you have everything in order prior to registration.

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