NTC is committed to providing you with opportunities that meet your educational needs and busy lifestyle. Our flexible learning opportunities offer a variety of scheduling options including online, day, evening and weekend classes.
Registration Dates & Tuition Guidelines
Just want to know when classes are offered without intending to register? Simply search class offerings without creating a myNTC student account.
Need a copy of your NTC transcripts? Either fill out a request for an official version or print a copy from myNTC.
If you are already accepted and active in an NTC program and want to register for classes, skip to Step 4
If you want to take classes to earn a certificate, diploma, or degree, Get Started
by applying. Once accepted, use the continuing steps below to sign up for classes.
When you no longer want to be enrolled in a class, you must officially drop the class. If you register for a class, choose not to attend and fail to officially drop it, you are responsible for the course fee.
You can drop a class online until the start date of the course.
To drop a class after the start date, a student must directly contact registration staff either in-person, by telephone or email.
To receive a 100 percent refund, students must drop the class prior to the class start date. See the Refund Policy
for specifics on dates and amount of refund after the start of a class.
Start by determining what you want to take:
If you want to take a class or two and do not wish to receive a degree or utilize financial aid, you only need to register and follow the steps below.
If you know what class you are interested in taking Continue to Step 1 to register.
Unsure of what class you want to take? Check out an option below to find your class,
then Continue to Step 1.
Flexible Learning Options
Steps for Enrolling in Classes:
Activate Your Online Student Account
You can self-register for NTC classes using our myNTC student account system. First you will need to learn:
If you just want to take a single class or two and do not wish to receive a degree or utilize financial aid, simply follow these steps below.
Determine Academic Career Option
NTC offers two Academic Career options for students:
Post Secondary refers to program courses that award credit and can be applied toward your degree. Course numbers (XX-XXX-XXX) start with 10, 20, 30, 31, 32, and 50.
Continuing Education refers to non-program courses that focus on occupational skills or provide self-enrichment. Classes are usually shorter term and cost less than post secondary (credit) classes. Course numbers (XX-XXX-XXX) start with 42 or 47.
Locate Course Numbers
The fastest way to search class offerings or register using myNTC is by knowing the eight-digit course (aka catalog) number.
Use this guide to help you locate the number.
Reference this common listing of general studies post secondary courses.
Search Class Offerings and Enroll
If you know the five-digit class number
Class enrollment is based on a five-digit class number, if you already know the number from orientation or working with an NTC representative, simply use myNTC to enroll in your class or call 715.675.3331, Ext. 5861 to sign up via phone.
If you need to find the five-digit class number
Class enrollment is based on a five-digit class number, if you do not know the number, following these steps to enroll in your class.
Review and print your schedule
through myNTC so you know the what, when, and where for your classes. Also use your schedule to order books!
After you’ve registered your next steps may include: