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


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 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 for important dates. 
  • Access NPC Student Email often – this is the primary communication method with students.
  • Login to Moodle prior to the first day of class for syllabus/course outline, class discussion and assignments.