Student Services

Student Services' Completion Center staff helping a student

Student Services at NCTC is an extensive network of caring staff members dedicated to assisting the needs and success of our students. From admittance to the college to counseling to housing to tutoring, students will always have somewhere to turn for any aid needed in their educatoin and their future after.

Office of Admissions/Registrar

The Admissions Office is predominantly the first point of contact for all prospective students. Admissions staff are responsible for processing applications and required documentation to determine the acceptance of students and approve them for class registration.

NCTC has an open admission policy that allows all students to be admitted, regardless of previous academic history.

Counseling & Testing working with a student

Counseling & Testing

Staffed with Academic Advisors and general Counselors, the Counseling & Testing team is available to aid students in picking their major, their classes, and registering for these classes. They also schedule necessary placement testing or class exams, assist students with transfer questions or becoming transfer ready, and help students find strategies to manage academic or personal issues which are impacting their success at NCTC.

Student Success

Academic success and supporting students while assisting them as they transition into college life is the focus of Student Success. To that end, its services include tutoring, workshops, and the new First-Year Experience course.

CC Director Amy Klohn

Completion Center

The Completion Center offers success coaching, career development, and job placement services for all new-to-college students. There are plenty of online resources and at the center of it all, a staff of caring, professional success coaches.

Career Services resume building with a Bowie student

Career Services

The scope of Career Services is to fund workforce training and job placement services. Eligible students, alumni, and community members may enroll in the program and begin learning how to write and upload resumes to the CareerLion job board. Employers are welcome to take advantage of the job board to post employment and internship opportunities.

NCTC Foundation Scholarship Office

The NCTC Foundation provides scholarship support to NCTC students. The External Affairs Department is responsible for the promotion, selction, awarding and monitoring of the Foundation's scholarships. The Foundation has numerous scholarships available that vary in amount and criteria for which all students may apply. Apply through the NCTC Scholarship Portal.

Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD)

OSD provides accommodations, academic strategies, individual counseling, and referral services for students with disabilities. NCTC is committed to making its degree and certificate programs accessible to all qualified persons in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and The Rehabilitation Act (1973), Section 504.


TRIO is a federally-funded college opportunity program that motivates and supports students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. The program and its staff are dedicated to providing a supportive environment for underrepresented students that fosters the development of skills, experiences, and scholarly practices that will ensure they reach their educational goals.

Student & Residence Life

Student Life empowers social connection among students by organizing and planning events, activities, sports, and field trips. In addition, the office grants volunteer, community service, and leadership opportunities and approves student organizations. Residence Life is responsible for processing applications for student housing, assign roommates, and maintaining order, safety, studiousness, and levity of the residents.