Student Services

Admissions (Mane Stop)

Admissions staff are here to assist with your first steps to becoming an NCTC student such as completing your application to NCTC as well as for Financial Aid, submitting required documents, and getting you ready to enroll in classes!

For questions about your grades, academic standing, course withdrawal, evaluating your transfer credits/courses from another college, applying CLEP or AP test credit, and FERPA permissions, please contact the Registrar’s Office.

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid provides students with information and guidance with applying for eligible types of financial assistance, such as the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Students who have any types of exemptions or tuition waivers will also work with the Financial Aid Office to have these funds applied to their accounts. 

Additionally, the Scholarship Office provides local scholarship opportunities through an online application process, and tips on how to secure other types of scholarship awards which can help finance educational goals.

Business Office

The Business Office staff are here to assist with questions related to tuition and fees, how to access student bills through MyNCTC, setting up routing of financial aid disbursements and refunds, making payments in person or online, establishing payment plans, and issuing student ID/debit cards.

Counseling & Advising

Academic Advisors and Counselors help students explore majors and programs offered, how to take the best combination of classes to meet your goals, assist with questions related to university transfer, and guide students towards academic and personal success.

Transfer Center

Access Transfer Guides for major universities, the Transfer Events calendar, as well as pathways that outline suggested courses students need to take for their intended college major! Visit with your assigned NCTC advisor to review transfer degree plans and materials, as well as receive assistance with the transfer application process.

Affinity Groups

Affinity Groups offer specialized mentorship as well as tools to connect you to allies and advocates from within our staff and student body. It is part of our institutional commitment to seeing, serving, and embracing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Get involved by contacting an advisor or Student Life, and take advantage of our other resources below!

Completion Center

The Completion Center provides a variety of services for first-time in college students. These include academic success coaching, goal setting, course planning, student resources, career development, and job placement services for all new college students. Free online Success Seminars are also available through Student Lingo and new students will also enroll in a First Year Experience (NCTC 1001) course to get started on the right track!

Career Services

In need of employment? NCTC Career Coaches meet one-on-one to provide training in writing resumes, job searches, interviewing, and more. The Skills to Succeed Academy is also a free interactive, online employability training program focused on building the skills and confidence you need to find the best career.

Testing Service Centers

NCTC Testing Centers are currently offering online remote proctoring for certain exams, including the TSI (placement test) Assessment. Get step by step instructions on how to register, pay, and prepare for the TSI test.

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Disability Services (OSD)

The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides accommodations for students with disabilities. OSD counselors and advisors also provide strategies for academic success; individual, career, and academic counseling services as well as referrals to campus and community services and assistance with admission and registration.

Student Success/Tutoring

The Student Success Department is here to offer you the academic support you need to stay in college and not drop your classes! Online tutoring is available for Math, Science, writing assignments, and a number of other subjects through Upswing, which can be found in your One Login and/or on Canvas. You can complete this Tutoring Request Form online as well!


TRIO is a federally-funded college opportunity program that motivates, supports, develops, and equips students from disadvantaged backgrounds or underrepresented populations with skills, experiences, and practices for college success.


Student & Residence Life

Student Life promotes in-person and virtual events, volunteer, and leadership opportunities to foster student engagement. Be sure to download the NCTC App to connect with other current or prospective students and get immediate updates and feedback about all things NCTC! Residence Life oversees our Gainesville Campus athletic housing/dorms as well as social and educational programs for our student athletes, who are required to live on-campus. 


All NCTC Bookstores are operated by Follett Corporation-Follett's virtual bookstores provide easy online ordering of textbooks including rentals, free shipping for orders over $100, or on-campus pickup. Not ordering books through Follett? You can still use their website to search for the textbooks required for your courses!

Library Services

NCTC Libraries have resources from books and media to online databases and study guides to help students succeed in the classroom. Please contact us through our Ask a Librarian form or email one of our helpful librarians.