Apply to NCCC as a Readmit Student
Come visit the Office of Admissions, no appointment necessary!
We are located at 119 N. Main Street in Winsted, CT, in the Greenwoods building (Suite 219). Come see us Monday through Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm. You can also email us at email@example.com or request a phone/video call with a Northwestern staff member here!
Thank you for your interest in returning to Northwestern CT Community College!
Have you attended classes with us in the past two years? You may not need to re-apply!
FOR ALL RE-APPLY candidates: contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org and inquire to see which of the following required documents we may have on file from your previous application:
- Proof of High School Completion
Proof includes: final high school transcript with graduation date, diploma, GED certificate, or college transcript that shows you have completed a degree program.
- Proof of Immunizations
Proof includes documentation of two inoculation dates for Measles, Mumps, and Rubella and two inoculation dates for Varicella or a verified date that you had the Chicken Pox. (Varicella is not required for anyone born before 1980). These records can be ordered from your pediatrician or your current doctor’s office. There will be a “Proof of Immunization” document in your application portal that you can give to your doctor’s office. You may also request a “titer” test. A “titer” test is a lab test that shows your immunity levels. Talk with your doctor’s office or a local medical lab to request this option.
- College Transcript
Official transcripts are required to transfer your college credit. Request the transcript from the institution where you earned the credit. After requesting the official transcript be sent directly to us, please fill out the Credit Evaluation Form so we can evaluate it and award credit.
You are welcome to begin your application without submitting these items, but you will not be admitted until these items have been uploaded to your application portal.
After you complete an application (the next step) it is important that you upload any missing documents into your application portal to complete your process. You can follow the screen shots provided below to help guide you.
To submit transfer credits for evaluation, please request official college transcripts from the institution where you earned them and fill out the Credit Evaluation Form.
After you submit your application, you must:
- Select that application and look for the “Action”” link under “View.”
2. See the “Supplemental Items and Documents” at the top and click on that tab.
3. You will then see a list of the supplemental items that are required and the items that are requested/not required.
If you have read steps 1 and 2 above, you are ready to start an application!
Apply Online Here (There is no application fee.)
If you have applied to any CT community college – even for a high school program – you will have an account already and will need to remember the email and password you used previously. You may request a password reset on the “Create an account” page through the link above.
Don’t know what program to choose but you would like to earn a degree? Choose “General Studies” or Liberal Arts and Sciences” as your major in the application.
QUESTIONS? Contact us!
While it is optional, students are encouraged to apply for financial aid. To be eligible for financial aid you must enroll, either full-time or part-time, in a degree program or approved certificate. If you are interested in applying for financial aid, you should complete the online Free Application for Northwestern CT Community College Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The school code for Northwestern Connecticut Community College is 001398. Visit the Financial Aid web page for additional information.
If your previous GPA with us was lower than a 2.0, the Fresh Start Option will allow you to reset your GPA.
If approved, you will receive credit for courses with a grade of “C-“ or above including “P” (Pass). All courses and grades remain on the student’s academic record with an additional notation of when the Fresh Start Option is in effect.
- The Fresh Start Option may be used only once
- The Fresh Start Option does not apply to students who have completed degrees or certificates
- All courses completed prior to Fresh Start with grade below a “C-“ will not fulfill graduation requirements
- A student must complete a minimum of 15 credits after returning to college under the Fresh Start option to be eligible for a degree or certificate, and for graduation honors
(Fresh Start is not applicable to determining Financial eligibility)
Please submit this Fresh Start request form if you are interested in exploring this option.