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Fall 2014 Registration Extended (August 17, 2014)

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Greetings NMC:

This is to inform everyone that registration into courses will continue through next week.  NMC Departments involved in registration processing will be available during normal business hours from Monday-Friday, (August 18-228am – 4:30pm.  Instructors will be available for advising during established office hours.  To inquire about the availability of an academic advisor, please contact your academic department:





School of Education

[email protected]

Bldg. V



[email protected]

Bldg. J


Liberal Arts

[email protected]

Bldg. K



[email protected]

Bldg. C


Criminal Justice

[email protected]

Bldg. K


Natural Resources Management

[email protected]

Bldg. K


Registration Procedures

All NMC admitted students will be allowed to add or drop courses to their schedules during the week of August 18-22, 2014.

Step 1: Meet with your advisor and complete the registration form.  Your advisor will assist you with identifying courses for enrollment and add or drop courses from your schedule as appropriate.

Step 2: Determine if you must use the Self-Service or Manual registration process.

Self-Service Registration Process:

This is for students who have completed the following courses: (EN083 & EN084) or (EN093 & EN094) or (EN101) or (EN202). Business, Liberal Arts, Criminal Justice, and Natural Resources Management students, including NMC Graduates should also use this process.

Proceed to the Olympio T. Borja (Bldg. O) Library.  Log-in to the new self-service registration system and search for available sections for courses approved by your advisor.  Print a copy of your course schedule and submit your registration form to registration staff.

Manual Registration Process:

This is for students who have not completed the following courses: (EN083 & EN084) or (EN093 & EN094) or (EN101) or (EN202).  Nursing and Education students should also use this process.

Proceed to the Office of Admissions & Records.  Provide staff with your registration form for enrollment verification.  

Step 3: Obtain your registration form (pink copy) and statement of account from the Finance Office (Bldg. N).  Statements will not be made available for pick-up until the next day following completion of Step 2 for students who submit a FAFSA. Students who do not expect a financial aid award or who receive an award amount that is lower than the cost of tuition and fees are required to make payment by Friday, August 22, 2014.  Students who do not settle their accounts by Friday, August 22, 2014 will be de-registered.  Your registration in courses is not complete until you receive your registration form (pink copy) and statement of account.

Other Important Information

  • Admission to the College will be extended to August 21, 2014 for new students who have completed the English and math placement test or who seek admission as a “Non-Degree” student.
  • In an effort to accommodate students unable to register this week and boost enrollment, the“Late Registration” fee ($25) will be waived during the extended registration period.
  • Students who expect to receive federal financial aid must submit pending documents to the Financial Aid Office by Thursday, August 21, 2014.


Leo Pangelinan, Dean of Student Services

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