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Current Student Registration in Workday
As a current NWACC student, there are a number of steps to take when you register
for classes each semester, such as meeting with your advisor, getting your financial
aid in order, and then registering for courses in the college's new cloud-based student information system called Workday.
Quick Tips & Resources:
How to Register for Classes in Workday
- Log in to My NWACC to access Workday. Once you have logged in to My NWACC, you can select the Workday login menu item on the left column.
- Check your Workday inbox. You should look for any outstanding tasks to be completed prior to registration. You MUST complete all ONBOARDING tasks before you can register.
- Navigate to your Workday profile. You will click on your profile picture or the person icon in the upper right corner
of the Workday application, then click the “View Profile” button.
- Navigate to Academics. On the blue navigation menu on the left, you will select the “Academics” option.
- If you don't have an academic plan in Workday or prefer not to create one, you can search the “Find Course Section” and register from there.
- For help, follow instructions in this guide:
Class Registration Dates & Help
Summer & Fall Registration:
Opens on the first Monday in April
Opens on the first Monday in November
Need help registering for classes?
- You can connect with your advisor for assistance by making an appointment via QLess.
- View the Workday quick reference guides and videos linked above for instructions. Guides are also on the college’s internal Workday Sharepoint site.
- On Fridays from 8 AM - 12 PM, through August 5th, you can stop by the NWACC library for class registration help.
Use this video to help you register for courses from your academic plan.
Register for Classes
Register for courses in NWACC's new cloud-based student information system called Workday. If you're not sure what courses to take, be sure to contact your advisor.
Use the QLess app to make an appointment with an advisor or enrollment staff to discuss courses, enrollment, registration and financial aid.
Cost & Fees
Paying for college is an important aspect of achieving your academic goals. NWACC's affordable tuition helps you keep costs low as you pursue your courses.
Be sure you have your financial aid in order for the following semester. Aid can come
from federal, state, school and private sources.
Scholarships are a form of awarded financial aid that helps you pay for college expenses. Be sure you've applied to all those in which you may be eligible.