Before you can register for classes, you must have been formally admitted to the College (see Admission). After being admitted, you may register for classes using NovaConnect or in-person at any campus unless you are enrolled in a restricted program (Veterinary Technology, Nursing, or Allied Health program). If you are in a restricted program, you must register at the campus where the program is offered.
You may register on-line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the NovaConnect Web site at http://www.nvcc.edu/novaconnect. However, you must have been formally admitted to NVCC prior to enrolling on the Web. For registration dates, see the College Calendar or the Schedule of Classes. For further instructions for using the NovaConnect Web go to http://www.nvcc.edu/novaconnect/.
You may register through NovaConnect Telephone, 703-323-3770 or 703-330-3770 (Prince William Co.), but you must have been formally admitted to NVCC. See the NovaConnect Telephone Registration Helpful Hints page in this schedule for telephone registration information. If you are a hearing-impaired student or are having difficulty using telephone registration, you should contact the Counseling Service at any campus. (Note: Not all NovaConnect functions are available on the telephone.)
You may register in person at any campus (unless you are in a restricted program) January 5–9; 12–16. Campus offices are open for registration Monday through Thursday from 9:00AM to 7:30PM. On Fridays, campus offices are open for registration from 9:00AM to 5:00PM. You must pay tuition at the time of registration.
You may make schedule changes (adding, dropping, or swapping courses) by using NovaConnect Web/Telephone. We recommend that you obtain a copy of your registration course schedule by using NovaConnect.
IN-PERSON SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT WITH PERMISSION
After the add/drop registration period ends, you may only add a course during the "Schedule Adjustment With Permission" period. If you wish to add a course during the schedule adjustment period, you must obtain written permission from both the faculty member and the division dean.