For Students

Choose Between Online, Face to Face, Hybrid & Synchronous Online Classes

In the best interests of our students’ health, and to ensure consistent access to your classes throughout the semester, NCTC moved courses to an online format for all Summer terms. The majority of courses for the Fall semester will be offered online, or as synchronous online which includes weekly, scheduled virtual lectures with your instructor. A select number of classes which require in-person instruction will be offered on campus by practicing required safety and social distancing guidelines. NCTC faculty and staff will continue to offer the instruction and support you need to be successful as we assess when our campuses can reopen to the public, and all of our Student Services’ offices are working remotely to meet your needs.

If you need to make a schedule change for Summer 2020, or need assistance with adding courses for Fall 2020, Spring or Summer 2021 (all terms currently open for registration), you may do so by visiting the Student Services tab of your MyNCTC student portal, or by contacting For any other questions or concerns please contact us by calling (940) 668-7731 or texting (940) 251-0701 during our Summer operating hours-we are here for you! Be sure to review the many resources listed below and continue to check this COVID site for future updates.


  • NCTC is maintaining an updated list of Community Resources to address needs related to technology access, financial assistance, childcare, housing, employment, tutoring, and more!
  • Please also consult our student-centered COVID-related Frequently Asked Questions with the most current information regarding campus updates, and class schedules.
  • Don’t have a laptop? All online courses can be accessed on your smartphone or tablet through the Canvas App. Download it through the Apple Store or Google Play Store.
  • And be sure to download the NCTC App to connect with other students and get immediate updates and feedback about all things NCTC!

The NCTC Bookstore is offering free shipping on orders of $100 or more. Learn more here 

Completion Center

The Completion and Career Service Center has several online resources available for our students.

Online Success Seminars - Student Lingo

Student Lingo is an online resource with study skill workshops, provided for all NCTC students. Success seminars are provided on the following topics:

  • Academic and Career Exploration
  • Reading and Writing Strategies
  • Learning to Learn
  • Personal Management
  • Tips for Online Learning
  • General Success Strategies

Career Services

In need of employment? The NCTC Career Services is working with employers for a listing of current job openings. Please visit the ALL NCTC Students-Advising page in Canvas, and the NCTC App for more information. You can also email with any questions.

NCTC Career Services provides you with the Skills to Succeed Academy

Accenture and NCTC Career Services bring you the Skills to Succeed Academy. A free interactive, online employability training program focused on building the skills and confidence you need to choose the right career, find a job, and be successful in the workplace.

What's included?

  • 36 interactive, bitesize modules to pick and choose from including: how to identify your transferable skills, create a great resume, stand out in an interview, and build a professional online presence.
  • Relevant, realistic training featuring relatable characters.
  • Innovative simulations that allow you to try out real life work scenarios (e.g., a job interview or the first day in a new job) and to experience the consequences of your decisions.
  • A simple online pre-assessment that generates a personalized learning curriculum based on your needs

Register at

Select ‘Learner Registration’ to get started.

Your NCTC Student Learner Access Code is: 04NCnc

Events & Athletic Competitions

Events, conferences and other large gatherings scheduled through the end of the spring semester are currently under review by the NCTC COVID-19 Task Force.

All athletic travel and events are canceled until further notice.


If you have traveled, either domestically or internationally, to areas with widespread, ongoing community spread of COVID-19, you should follow CDC guidance to self-isolate for 14 days and monitor for symptoms, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you experience any of these symptoms, please follow CDC guidelines.

All college-sponsored international travel for students are suspended until further notice.

All college-related domestic travel has been restricted to NCTC District Service Area only (Cooke, Montague, Denton, and Graham ISD) through May 1st. Any mission-critical exceptions must be approved by the Office of Emergency Management.


Where should I avoid travel? add

The CDC Information for Travel has travel notices and recommendations on postponing or canceling travel. These travel notices and are based on potential health risks involved with traveling to a certain area.

CDC still recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel.

  • Level 3 (Warning): CDC recommends travelers avoid all nonessential travel to destinations with level 3 travel notices because of an increased risk of getting COVID-19.
  • Level 2 (Alert): COVID-19 can be more serious in older adults and those with chronic medical conditions, if you are in these groups, consult with a healthcare provider and consider postponing travel to destinations with level 2 travel notices.
  • Level 1 (Watch): If you travel, take the following routine precautions:
    • Avoid contact with sick people.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Clean your hands often by washing them with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains 60%–95% alcohol.
I've been to an affected area on the CDC's COVID-19 travel advisories page. What should I do now? add

If you have traveled from or through any country that is designated as a Level 1, 2 or 3 by CDC for COVID-19 within the last 14 days, follow the recommendations below for Students.

We are asking our students to be mindful of our community and self-report any family/self-travel to Level 1, 2 or 3 areas to the NCTC Recent & Planned Travel Survey.

If you do not feel well following travel to a Level 2 or Level 3 area, we ask that you please stay at home. In such an event, please contact a medical professional and follow the medical professional’s advice, including any encouragement to self-quarantine for 14 days.

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