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Current Student Registration
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 and scholarships in order, and signing up for courses. The Office of Enrollment Services is available to help guide you through the registration process and put you on the right path to achieving your education goals.
- Meet with your advisor
- Register for classes. View our instructional video.
- Apply / update federal aid (FAFSA) - fafsa.ed.gov (available Oct. 1)
- Apply for state financial aid - adhe.edu (open thru June 1)
- Apply for NWACC scholarships (available Dec. 1 – March 1)
- Secure registration by following up with financial aid or setting up a payment plan
- Need to drop or re-enroll in a course? View this instructional video.
→ Pursuing a trade or career development training? Visit Workforce Training page
Contact Enrollment Services
- Becky Paneitz Student Center, 2nd floor
- Washington County, 6101 Watkins Avenue, Springdale
- (479) 986-4000
- Text: (479) 309-5532
- M-Th, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Class Registration Dates & Help
1st Monday in April:
Summer & fall class semester registration opens.
1st Monday in November:
Spring semester class registration opens.
Need help registering for classes?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 479-309-5532.
Use this instructional video to learn how to register for courses.
Register for Classes
View and search for the courses you'd like to take to continue moving forward with your educational goals. 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.