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Welcome to Northern Marianas College's Summer 2016 Registration Bulletin! This page contains the information you need to enroll in classes during the upcoming Summer 2016 term. If you are looking for information that is not available here, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions and Records (OAR):

[email protected]
237-6768, 6769, 6770, or 6771
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Summer 2016 Class Schedule

Class Schedule(As of June 13, 2016)

Summer 2016 Calendar

Summer 2016 REGULAR SESSION (9 Weeks)
April 4, 2016 - May 6 2016 Academic Advising & Registration Period (Ongoing students)
May 13, 2016 Summer 2016 Admission Application Deadline
June 7 – June 10, 2016 Student Orientation (New & Readmitted Students)
June 7 – June 10, 2016 Registration (New & Readmitted Students)
June 13, 2016 First Day of Classes
June 13 – 15, 2016 Add/Drop (100% Refund) and Welcome Week (No refund after this week) Spring 2016 Admission Application Deadline (General)
June 27, 2016 “UW” (Unofficial Withdrawal) Reporting
July 4, 2016 HOLIDAY – Independence Day
July 8, 2016 Last Day to Withdraw (W) from Course(s) (No Refund)
August 12, 2016 Last Day of Classes
August 15, 2016 Final Exam
August 19, 2016 Final Grades Due
Summer 2016 SESSION I(6 Weeks)
April 4, 2016 - May 6 2016 Academic Advising & Registration Period (Ongoing students)
May 13, 2016 Summer 2016 Admission Application Deadline
June 7 - 10, 2016 Student Orientation (New & Readmitted Students)
June 7 - 10, 2016 Registration (New & Readmitted Students)
June 13, 2016 First Day of Classes
June 13 – 15, 2016 Add/Drop (100% Refund) and Welcome Week (No refund after this week)
June 20, 2016 “UW” (Unofficial Withdrawal) Reporting
July 1, 2016 Last Day to Withdraw (W) from Course(s) (No Refund)
July 4, 2016 HOLIDAY – Independence Day
July 22, 2016 Last Day of Classes
July 25, 2016 Final Exam (one day only)
July 28, 2016 Final Grades Due

Summer 2016 Registration Steps

Registration Priority

Ongoing students are scheduled to register ahead of new and readmitted students as published in the Summer 2016 Calendar. Ongoing students who receive permission to register from their advisors may access the online Proa Portal to register for courses online at anytime during the registration period.

New and Readmitted students must attend the New & Readmitted Student Orientation as well as meet with an advisor prior to gaining access to the online course registration system (Proa Portal).

Additional Information for New and Re-Admitted Students

New students and students who had not attended NMC for a year or more must first complete and submit an admission application to enroll during the Summer 2016 term. Students seeking admission with an F-1 visa are not eligible for admission into the summer term.

See a counselor at the Counseling Center (Bldg. I) during the registration period (June 7-10, 2016) for summer term course registration and advising.

Placement Tests

All degree-seeking students must take the English and Math placement tests prior to registering for classes. The English placement test starts at 9:30am and the Math placement test starts at 1:30pm on the following dates:

All degree-seeking students must take the English and Math placement tests prior to registering for classes. The English placement test starts at 9:30am and the Math placement test starts at 1:30pm on the following dates:

  • June 13 to 16 - 9:30 am / 1:30 pm
  • June 20 to 23 - 9:30 am / 1:30 pm
  • June 27 to 30 - 9:30 am / 1:30 pm

To schedule your placement test, call 237-6774 or email date/time preference to [email protected].Proceed to the Office of Admissions & Records (Bldg. N) to obtain a Placement Test Form. Make payment ($25 per test) at the NMC Cashier Window (Bldg. N).

Course Overload Instructions

Students can register for up to 18 credits with the academic advisor’s approval. Students can register for 19-22 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and submission of a completed Request for Course Overload form which must be approved by both the student’s academic advisor and by the department chair for the student’s program.

Add, Drop, and Withdrawal Procedures

Follow these steps if you’d like to add or drop any class from your schedule during and after the first week of classes.
  1. Obtain an Add/Drop Form or a Withdrawal Form from your advisor. (Note: Withdrawal from courses after the second week, a “W” will appear on your academic record.)
  2. Have your advisor initial in the appropriate box.
  3. Proceed to the Office of Admissions and Records (Building N) for processing and to receive a copy of your new class schedule.
  4. Review your class schedule.
  5. Proceed to the Financial Aid Office (Building N) for financial aid award adjustment, if applicable.
  6. Proceed to the NMC Finance Office (Room N-4) for financial adjustment and final processing.

Waitlist Steps:

The registration feature in the Proa Portal allows you to get on a waitlist for classes that are full provided you take the following steps:
  1. A course that is full will have a “Wait” button instead of “Add”. Click on “Wait” to include this course in “My Cart” as a Waitlist Item. Your waitlist item(s) will remain with the status, “On Waitlist”, as long as the class remains full.
  2. When a seat becomes available and you are next on the list for this seat, you will automatically be notified by e-mail that your status for the course in “My Cart” has changed to “Waitlist Pending”. In “My Cart”, check the box beside the course name and click on the “Next” button at the bottom of the page. The course will now appear in “My Cart” with the status “Registered”. NOTE: You will have 24 hours to add the course.
  3. Proceed to the Financial Aid Office (Building N) for financial aid award adjustment, if applicable, and/or to the NMC Finance Office (Room N-4) for financial payment and final processing.

Waitlist Tips:

  • If you decide you are no longer interested in taking the course, REMOVE yourself from the waitlist so that the next student will move up on the list.
  • Have a back-up plan in case a seat does not open up. There is no guarantee that a seat will become available.
  • If you chose to waitlist for a class, check your e-mail and “My Cart” daily. If you are notified that a seat is available, take action quickly. You will not automatically be registered once a seat becomes available. You will have 24 hours to register for the course (refer to Step 2 above) or the course will automatically be removed from “My Cart”. You are responsible for registering yourself for the course. Your advisor will not get an email and you will not automatically be registered.
  • The waitlist option will close, as will registration via the Proa Portal, one day prior to the first day of classes for the term.

Academic Advising Contact Information

Degree-seeking students need to meet with their advisors prior to and/or during the advising and registration periods. Non-degree seeking students may proceed to the Office of Admissions and Records (N-3) to pick up and complete a registration form. For more information, please visit the Counseling Programs & Services in Building I or call 234- 5498, ext. 6780 - 6787.

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