Register for Courses

NPC recommends that you meet with an academic advisor to discuss educational and career goals prior to registration. Together you’ll develop a degree plan and select the appropriate courses to meet your goals. For a list of advisor’s phone numbers or to schedule an appointment, visit www.npc.edu/advising.

 

Registration menu will be available after completion of Personal Info Update and Registration Agreement.

 

  • Personal Info Update – Requirement to confirm name, contact information, birthdate, and residency. Important Billing Questions section must be answered correctly for the proper TUITION charge to apply. If you skip the three billing questions, out of state tuition rate will automatically apply.

 

  • Registration Agreement – Disclosure Statement of Arizona Proposition 300, Payment, Tuition Refund Policy, Debt Collection, Text Messaging, and Americans with Disabilities Act. Agreement to terms required to register.

 

If you’re having trouble registering for class, please call the Records & Registration Office at 928-524-7459 or 800-266-7845 extension 7459

 

Withdraw from Class

Withdrawing from class? College refund of charges varies based on course type and when you drop a class. Refund of charges will decrease balance due first and then a refund check will be mailed for eligible credit balance. Click to view NPC’s General Tuition Refund Policy www.npc.edu/tuition-fees/tuition-refund-policy.

 

A Course Change Form is required to withdraw after classes start.

 

Students that were approved for Federal Pell Grant and are wanting to make changes to enrollment must contact the NPC Financial Aid Office at 928-524-7318.

Proposition 300: State law requires any student who cannot or will not verify their U.S. residency status be charged out of state tuition and be denied any type of financial assistance that uses state funds. In compliance with this law NPC requires all students provide documentation regarding legal status.

12-Credit-Limit: If you have earned 12 or more credits and have not declared a degree/major, you will be blocked from registering for any more classes until you have met with an academic adviser and declared your education intent.

This policy is in place to give you the opportunity to plan your classes, ensure you’re on the right path toward a degree/major, and provide a review of your academic progress. Only after you have met with your academic adviser will the advisement hold be removed to allow registration. NPC recommends that you meet with an adviser at the earliest convenience to avoid registration concerns. For a list of adviser’s phone numbers or to schedule an appointment, visit www.npc.edu/advising.

 

Release of Student Information form

Complete if you want to grant parents, spouse, scholarship sponsors, or other entities access to your school records.

 

 

Tasks to consider after registration:

  • View NPC Online Bookstore www.npc.ecampus.com to see if required/interested classes require textbooks or course items. NPC does not have a physical bookstore. Shipping time frame could take a minimum of 2-weeks to PO Box addresses so plan accordingly.
  • Review Academic Calendar www.npc.edu/academic-calendar for important dates. 
  • Access NPC Student Email web.mail.npc.edu often – this is the primary communication method with students.
  • Login to Moodle https://moodle.npc.edu/ prior to the first day of class for syllabus/course outline, class discussion and assignments.
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All college tuition and fees must be paid by the following dates. If payment arrangements are not made with the Business Office by the payment deadline, the student will be dropped from class(es).
 

All students are required to have at least one payment option completed by the tuition payment due date listed above. There are several ways to pay for your tuition and fees at NPC. 

Financial Aid: The submission of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) helps student find out if they are eligible for aid. After completion of a FAFSA, student should login to myNPC to View Financial Aid Document Tracking and upload any required documents to the Financial Aid Student Portal. Student should contact FinancialAid@npc.edu or 928-524-7318 for financial advisement and further assistance with completion of student file. Student should consider setting up a payment plan if their financial aid student file is incomplete nearing the payment due date.  

High School Early College: Students looking to take classes outside of what’s offered in their high school must contact Advisors-EarlyCollege@npc.edu for advisement. Early College waiver is not applied until Early College Advisor provides student’s NPC ID and approved courses to StudentBilling@npc.edu.

Veteran Education Benefits: Student must contact NPC Veterans Services at 928-524-7459 for advisement and required forms for enrollment certification for eligible VA education benefits.

Scholarships:

  • NPC Scholarships – Student should verify with Student Billing at 928-524-7480 to verify receipt of scholarship award form/letter.
  • non-NPC Scholarships – A physical check is required, not a scholarship award letter. Student should set up a payment plan to avoid getting dropped for non-payment while awaiting scholarship check from sponsor.
  • First Things First Scholarships – Scholarship Voucher is emailed to student and StudentBilling@npc.edu. If voucher was not sent, student should call NPC Early Childhood Development department at 928-524-7336. 

Full Payment: Student can pay tuition in person at any NPC Campus/Center Front Office, online by logging in to myNPC, or by phone 928-524-7480.

Payment Plan: Student can set up a payment plan online by logging in to myNPC. A payment plan allows you to pay monthly installments while you attend classes. Payments can be made with a debit/credit card – Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover – or a checking/savings account. Student can purchase textbooks with a payment plan; bookstore cost must be added by Student Billing prior to setting up a payment plan. Refer to Payment Plan Information section below.

Tuition Waiver:

  • NPC employees can download the Tuition and Media Fee Waiver form by logging in to myNPC. Eligible employees or dependents are responsible for paying any course fees and late registration fee. Received waiver form is not applied until approved by Human Resources.
  • Public Safety Waiver as outlined in ARS§15-1808, student must request and complete the Tuition and Media Fee Waiver form from NPC registrar/cashier. Student is responsible for paying media fee and any course fees and late registration fee. Received waiver form is not applied until student presents Arizona Governor issued tuition waiver card.

Third Party Agency Payment: Payment authorizations through student’s employer or state/tribal tuition assistance programs are acceptable if third-party is in good standing with NPC. NPC’s Third-Party Authorization Form is required. When NPC Business Office receives an approved form, you’re allowed to attend classes while the billing & payment process is pending between NPC & Third-Party. Any unpaid charges are student’s responsibility to pay.

 

Payment Plan Information

NPC partners with Nelnet Campus Commerce (Nelnet) to provide online payment and payment plan services. The payment plan option provides flexibility of monthly payments to budget tuition over one semester until the balance is paid in full; refer to Target Dates to Enroll for Payment Plan Option. The payment plan is not a loan so interest charges or credit check does not apply.

 

Payment Plan Requirements/Features:

  • A valid bank account or debit/credit card is required. VISA®, MasterCard®, Discover®, and American Express® cards accepted.
  • A minimum account balance of $50 is required to set up a payment plan.
  • A non-refundable $25 enrollment fee per semester applies. If the $25 enrollment fee or down payment is returned unpaid for any reason, the payment plan will terminate.
  • Student receives payment reminder email 7-days prior to scheduled payment.
  • Nelnet charges $30 each time a payment is returned.
  • Student can access payment plan by logging in to myNPC to:
    • pay in advance,
    • change financial account,
    • change scheduled payment date, one-time allowance per semester.
  • The payment plan will terminate if payment is returned as invalid banking information if financial account is not updated within 10 calendar days; thereafter, students are responsible to pay NPC directly.
  • A payment plan video tutorial is available at MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/northland.


Purchase Textbooks with a Payment Plan:
The amount due for textbooks including sales tax and any shipping fees need to be reported to the NPC Bookstore prior to setting up a payment plan. The amount can be calculated at npc.ecampus.com. Report the amount due by email to StudentBilling@npc.edu, or call 928-524-7480. Bookstore will email the student in 1-2 business days with instructions when the purchasing credit is available for use. 

 

Click to Set Up Payment Plan

 

Target Dates to Enroll for Payment Plan Option:

NOTE: All down payment are processed immediately!