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Accepted Students - The Next Steps
CONGRATULATIONS & WELCOME TO THE NC BULLDOG FAMILY!
There are a few things you will need to do to get ready.
1. REVIEW YOUR ACCEPTANCE LETTER
The letter you received from NC Admissions & Records Office contains important instructions you’ll need to start enrolling.
2. USE THE CHECKLIST
Look through the Navarro College checklist for Admissions & Registration and Financial Aid to see what else you need to do to attend NC.
3. SET UP YOUR ACCOUNTS
Check your personal email account that you submitted with the Application for Admission for directions to set up your accounts, including:
- Navarro College Email – where all official College communication will be sent
- MyNC – access to our secure web portal
- OneStop Service Desk – find login instructions here
4. MEET WITH YOUR ADVISOR & REGISTER FOR CLASSES
If you are an incoming freshman, you must meet with an academic advisor (listed on your Degree Plan, which is available in WebAdvisor) before you can register for classes. Transfer or returning students in good standing are encouraged to visit with an academic advisor (listed on your Degree Plan, which is available in WebAdvisor) before choosing classes. However, students in good standing may register.
For appointments, contact an advisor on your campus:
- (903) 875-7397 (Liberal Arts & Transfer)
- (903) 875-7444 (Career & Technical)
FAIRFIELD & MEXIA:
5. PAY FOR CLASSES
Navarro College is here to help you navigate the financial obligations of college. You can pay for your classes using one of several options:
Tuition and fees are automatically deducted from your financial aid awards. You are responsible for paying any remaining tuition and fees.
It’s the fastest and most convenient way to pay your invoice. Save time, avoid long lines and pay online at https://selfservice.navarrocollege.edu/Student/Finance?hideProxyDialog=false
Make college more affordable by paying for tuition and fees over time. Tuition payment plans break down your tuition balance into affordable monthly payments. There’s no interest, payment options options, setup fees are affordable, and it’s easy to enroll! Learn more about the installment plan or go ahead and sign up for My Payment Plan now.
We accept cash, credit cards, cashier’s check, and money orders during normal business hours, Monday – Friday and extended hours during peak registration.
6. REQUESTING STUDENT SERVICES
Students from all Business, Professional, and Technical Education majors are encouraged to apply for textbook loans, childcare & transportation assistance, tutoring services, job seeking resources, and all other services the CTE Success Center has to offer as early as their first year. These services provided by the CTE Success Center are free of charge, and are available to students during their time at NC.
To ensure maximum support in achieving college success, students with disabilities are encouraged to request for services up to one month prior to the start of classes.
The Federal TRIO programs are educational opportunity outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged and underserved populations to earn an associate’s degree and transfer to a four-year school. Students are encouraged to apply for TRIO’s free services which includes campus tours of 4-year universities, workshops, one-on-one or group tutoring, and many more.
7. GET YOUR STUDENT ID AND PARKING PERMIT
These are available in the Office of Admissions and Records at any campus.
Note: About Student IDs
All students are required to display their Student ID while on location.
8. BUY YOUR BOOKS
All students must bring their class schedule and student ID to the Bookstore. This will aid the Bookstore in pulling the correct books for you.
Bring any scholarship/sponsorship paperwork when you buy your books.