Registration continues for 2016 Spring Semester

by Darin Allred | Jan 4, 2016

It is not too late to get registered for classes for the Spring 2016 semester at North Central Texas College, but there are several important deadlines of which students need to be made aware.

Jan. 5 is the Priority Admission Application Date. This is the priority date by which a student has a sufficient amount of time to complete the Admissions process and receive Registration Approval by the Jan. 13 deadline. Applications submitted after the published priority admission application date limit the ability to register for the upcoming semester (specifically all courses starting the week of Jan. 19).

Jan. 13 is the Registration Approval Deadline. Registration Approval is achieved by completion of the following four steps:

• Application for admission

• College 101 (in-person or online)

• TSI documentation for all three areas

• Meningitis vaccination documentation

Students who complete registration approval by the Jan. 13 deadline are eligible to enroll in classes for the Spring semester (16-week classes, first and second 8-week classes, and May Mini-Mester). For students who do not complete registration approval by the Jan. 13 deadline, documents received will be delayed in processing (expect a two-week delay), and enrollment will be limited to classes starting the second 8-weeks of the Spring semester or May Mini-Mester.

Jan. 13 is also the deadline for Dual Credit Registration.

On Jan. 14, a $30 late registration fee begins.

Classes begin on Tuesday, Jan. 19.

There is an Office of Admissions/Registrar on each of NCTC's five campuses at Gainesville, Corinth, Flower Mound, Bowie and Graham.

A complete registration guide can be found online at

admissions web