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Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar

Want to register for classes? Request a transcript? Withdraw from a class? The Office of the Registrar can help you with these and other services. Our office maintains the permanent academic records of all current students and former graduates. We also maintain, interpret, and monitor academic policy and procedures for students, faculty and administrative staff.

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Important Withdrawal Dates for Fall 2021 Credit


Session
 Last Day for
Student-initiated Withdrawal
1st 7-Week Classes ending on or before October 13, 2021 Friday, October 1, 2021
10-Week Classes ending on or before November 3, 2021 Friday, October 22, 2021
15-Week Full Semester, and Late Start Classes ending on or before December 15, 2021
Friday, November 19, 2021
2nd 7-Week Classes ending on or before December 15, 2021 Friday, November 26, 2021


Students who wish to withdraw must adhere to the appropriate withdrawal date for their course(s).

 Methods for official withdrawal:

  • online at my.commnet.edu (access permitting)
  • by visiting the Registrar's Office, K516 and filling out the appropriate forms during regular office hours no later than the last day for student-initiated withdrawals
  • by fax (203-575-8085) by midnight
  • by mail postmarked no later than the last day for student-initiated withdrawals
  • e-mail request by midnight sent with your student NVCC college email account
  • e-mail scanned request with scanned signature by midnight sent with your personal email account

Request for withdrawals will not be taken over the phone.

If you are considering withdrawing, contact your faculty or advisor first to discuss all your options. It's important to understand how it can affect your Financial Aid and could result in your owing a balance with the Bursar’s office. 

Enrolling for Fall

Fall 2021 Semester Registration Dates:

  • Continuing/Returning students begins April 6.
  • New/Transfer students begins April 20.

Fall classes begin August 26.

      NVCC is offering a mix of online and in person classes for the semester. Learn more about instructional methods here.

      Office of registrar contact info & overview

      Office of the Registrar

      Email the Registrar

      P: 203-596-2177 
      F: 203-575-8085  
      Available: 
      Mon.-Fri.,  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


      Address:
      750 Chase Parkway
      Room: K516 
      Waterbury, CT 06708 

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      Information About Waitlisting

      Waitlisting is a way for students to virtually “wait in line” for a course that is full. NVCC is one of the CT Community Colleges piloting the Banner Waitlist process for the summer 2021 semester, so only a few classes will have the waitlist option available. Currently, waitlist is NOT AVAILABLE for any term other than summer 2021.

      How Waitlisting Works

      Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Policy & Equivalencies

      Naugatuck Valley Community College, in alignment with state and national standards, grants academic credit on the basis of scores on the Advanced Placement Examinations (AP Exams) administered by the College Entrance Examination Board. Students who earn a score of 3 or higher receive credit for the courses for which the exams are stipulated as measures. 

      Please refer to the NVCC Equivalents for College Board Advanced Placement Exams grid for more information.

      All score reports must be submitted to the Registrar's Office.

      State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) & Student Complaints

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      Naugatuck Valley Community College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.

      The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) is an agreement among member states, districts and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs. It is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary institutions based in another state. SARA is overseen by a National Council and administered by four regional education compacts. The Connecticut Office of Higher Education became a member of SARA in 2017, which allows Naugatuck Valley Community College to apply to be a member of SARA. 

      Save time with these online services

      Log in to MyCommNet to:
      • search and register for classes 
      • view your class schedule, grades, academic history and account status
      • obtain Enrollment Verifications 
      • apply for graduation 
      • request your official transcript 
      • complete a degree audit using DegreeWorks

      Forget your NetID orPassword?

      Register for courses

      How to Register for Courses

      First-time students must meet with a counselor before registering for courses. If you have taken courses at NVCC before, you are encouraged to meet with the advisor assigned to your major for guidance, but it is not required. A number of our classes are offered online. Learn more before you sign up or if you're ready, register now through myCommNet

      myCommNet allows students to register from any computer anywhere, at any time. If you are not comfortable using a computer or need assistance, stop by Room K522 in Kinney Hall and someone will help you get started. If you have questions or concerns contact us at the email or number listed above.

      Academic Engagement Policy

      Academic Engagement Policy

      Students are required to participate in class in order to receive financial aid. Professors report all students who have not participated in class prior to the census date. The Financial Aid office is informed via email and financial aid is adjusted accordingly (and possibly cancelled). This will most likely result in a bill with the college. Proof of participation (for all classes) can be submitted to the Financial Aid office. If it is determined that the student is engaging in classes, financial aid will be reinstated and the hold will be removed. For the Board of Regents full Academic Engagement Policy see here.

      Request a transcript

      How to Request a Transcript

      You can obtain your official transcripts in an electronic format (eTranscript). Current and former students will be able to request official eTranscrips to be sent to other educational institutions, potential employers, or any other appropriate entities.


      • Current and Recent Students: Students who have been issued a NetID and password should log in to myCommNet, navigate to Banner Self-Service, Student Records and click on the Request an Official eTranscript link. If you do not remember your NetID or password, please use the online self-help tools to obtain your NetID or reset your NetID password.
      • Former Students: Students who have not been issued a NetID, please use Parchment Storefront to submit an official eTranscript request. Please ensure that your last name, first name, date of birth and last four digits of your SSN are entered correctly so that your request can be processed in a timely manner.
      • Transcript Request Form: Current and former students who prefer to submit a paper form to request a transcript, please download and submit the Transcript Request Form to the Office of the Registrar.
      Withdrawing from a Course

      Thinking of Withdrawing from a Course?

      Know your options. Weigh the consequences. Follow the proper steps.


      Know your options

      Deciding whether to stay in a course or withdraw is an important decision and there are many factors to consider in making your choice. Before you withdraw, you should talk to your instructor about your current progress in the course and explore appropriate alternatives to withdrawal, such as receiving an incomplete grade (I) or making special arrangements to complete your assignments. Then, meet with your academic advisor or a counselor to discuss the information you received from your instructor along with your reasons for why you want or need to withdraw.


      Common reasons for withdrawing from courses and where you can turn for help:
      Reason Where to Get Help
      Illness Instructor
      Serious Illness Dean of Students
      Difficult Course(s) ACE Center
      Child Care Child Development Center
      Finances(s) Financial Aid Office
      Work Schedule Conflict Instructor or Counselor
      Too Many Courses Counselor
      Excessive Absences Instructor or Counselor
      Personal Problems Instructor or Counselor


      Weigh the consequences.

      Important information to know about NVCC’s grading system:

      Withdrawal (W) Student Initiated: Students have the right to formally leave a course or the College and the right to receive counseling and assistance in order to maintain enrollment in courses. Students are advised that course withdrawal may alter progress toward program completion. Students are strongly encouraged to discuss their decisions with their instructor, counselor or advisor.

      Incomplete (I): At the discretion of the instructor, the notation “I” may be assigned if a student, for extenuating circumstances, has not completed all course requirements. Usually, an “I” would be changed to a letter grade by the end of the next semester; however, the instructor has the option of establishing the completion date. If a grade change is not submitted to the Registrar by the instructor by the end of the semester following that in which the “I” was assigned, the “I” will be converted to an “F.”

      It is important to know that courses from which you withdraw are not counted or audited as part of your academic load when full-time or part-time status is reported to the following:

        • Financial Aid Office
        • an employer
        • a health insurance carrier
        • Immigration and Naturalization Service
        • Department of Veterans Affairs.


      Follow the proper steps.

      A registered student wishing to withdraw from a course must submit a withdrawal request, in writing, to the Office of the Registrar. Requests must be received by the deadline within the withdrawal period. The effective date of withdrawal is the date the withdrawal is received. Withdrawals can be made in person, by mail or online through your student account at myCommnet. Visit your instructor, academic advisor or a counselor to discuss your withdrawal from a course.

      1. Students who plan to withdraw from any courses must also report to the Financial Aid Office for counseling prior to the actual course withdrawal.
      2. Be aware of the last day to initiate your withdrawal. View the refund policy online or visit the Office of the Registrar.


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