Norwalk Community College - 2021-2022 Registration Guide

Norwalk Community College - 2021-2022 Registration Guide
2021-2022 Registration Guide

Norwalk Community College
Norwalk Community College - 2021-2022 Registration Guide
Welcome to NCC!                                                                Table of Contents

                                                                                Six Steps to Start!
Norwalk Community College (NCC) offers approximately
40 Associate Degree programs designed to help you succeed                       Step 1: Apply to NCC.............................................................................. 1
in today’s job market. You can use your associate degree
                                                                                Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid............................................................ 3
as a career credential or continue on for a four-year degree.
In fact, many of our graduates do transfer to four-year                         Step 3: Determine English and Math Placement......................... 4
colleges in their junior year, greatly reducing the overall cost
                                                                                Step 4: Log On to Your Student Account........................................ 5
of their college education.
    NCC also offers approximately 20 Certificate programs,                      Step 5: Register Online or In-Person................................................. 6
each designed to help you obtain specific skills, earn an
important academic credential, or pursue an interest in                         Step 6: Tuition and Fees........................................................................ 8
greater depth.
                                                                                Course Listings, Prerequisites and Requirements...................... 10

                                                                                Online, Online/Campus Hybrid, LRON, and
                                                                                Computer Courses................................................................................. 11

Norwalk Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race,           Major Codes: Degree and Certificate Programs.......................... 12
color, religious creed, age, sex, national origin, marital status, ancestry,
present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical     Major Codes: Transfer Pathway Degree Programs...................... 13
disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression or genetic
information in its programs and activities. In addition, the College does       Continuing Education and Workforce
not discriminate in employment on the basis of veteran status or criminal       Development (Non-Credit) ...................................................................16
record. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries
                                                                                NCC Student Email and Online Services ....................................... 17
regarding the non-discrimination policies: Chief Executive Officer
Cheryl C. De Vonish, JD, (203) 857-7016 or;               Important Contact Information...................................... Back Cover
and Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator Dr. Fran Apfel,
(203) 857-7192 or
Norwalk Community College - 2021-2022 Registration Guide

All Credit Students
                                   Apply to NCC

1. Complete an application. An online application may
   be found on the Admissions Office homepage under the
   Admissions & Aid tab, or you can download a paper
                                                                    Additional Information
                                                                    PAW Sessions for First Time Students
                                                                    Students entering college for the first time are required to attend
                                                                    a Panther Advising Workshop (PAW) prior to registering for
   Application Package.        their first semester at NCC. The workshop will include an
2. Submit supporting documents.                                     informative presentation, an advisor meeting, training to use the
                                                                    NCC online system (myCommNet), and registration for classes.
  • Proof of high school completion: Provide official high
                                                                        Before attending, you must have been assessed for placement
    school transcripts or diploma, or GED with date of
                                                                    (see page 4), and submitted your immunization records. To
                                                                    register for a workshop, go to
  • Immunization Records: Provide proof of immuniza-                shop. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, workshops will either
    tion against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella if born after          be offered virtually via Microsoft Teams or in-person.
    12/31/56 and Varicella (chicken pox) if born after                  English as a Second Language (ESL) students are advised to
    12/31/79. You may not declare a major, register as a            visit or call (203) 857-7093,
    full-time student (12 credits or more) or receive               to sign up for an ESL Advising session specifically designed for
    Financial Aid without immunization compliance.                  non-native speakers. If you are testing into ESL, please choose                 this type of session on the PAW webpage as your advising needs
    ProofofImmunization.pdf                                         are slightly different.
  • College Transcripts: If you have attended another college/      Transfer Students
    university and are seeking transfer credits, submit official       • Submit official transcripts from all previous colleges if
    transcripts in a sealed envelope, or have them sent elec-              you will be pursuing a degree or certificate.
    tronically by the college(s). An unofficial copy is needed in
                                                                       • To have credits transferred to your NCC records, you
    order to meet with an advisor for class selection.
                                                                           must also submit a Transcript Evaluation Request Form.
  • SAT/ACT Scores (if applicable): Submit SAT/ACT scores        
    for placement assessment (see page 4).
                                                                       • Please allow 7-10 business days for processing transcript
3. Check your email for your Banner ID. Your Banner ID is                  evaluation requests.
   an eight digit number (for example, @01234567) that is used
                                                                    Readmit Students
   to identify you within the college systems. It is not the con-
   firmation number (i.e. G00…) you received with your online          • NCC students who have not taken credit classes within
   application. A derivation of the Banner ID is used to create           the last two years must submit either an online or paper
   your log-on account, or NetID, for access to CSCU online               Readmit Application to the Admissions Office. There is no
   services, such as the myCommNet portal, student email and              fee.
   more. (See page 5 for full instructions on accessing your           • The Fresh Start Option gives the readmitting student who
   account with your NetID.)                                              had a GPA below 2.0 the opportunity to start again with-
                                                                          out the burden of a poor academic history. Contact the
If you have questions about your application, contact Admissions          Records Office for information.
at (203) 857-7068 or email                        admissions/fresh-start
                                                                    International Students
                                                                       • Students who intend to apply for a student visa, please
                                                                          visit and contact Justyna Davis at
                                                                 with any questions.

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Norwalk Community College - 2021-2022 Registration Guide
myPATH                                                                                          Apply for a Foundation Scholarship!
Norwalk Community College provides “myPATH,” a grounding                                        The Norwalk Community College Foundation offers scholar-
framework for a student’s journey here. It supports you to grow,                                ships for high school seniors coming to NCC, current NCC
persist, graduate and achieve your goals.                                                       students, and NCC graduates transferring to a four-year school.
    It is called “my” PATH because NCC seeks to provide                                         To learn more about scholarships and how to apply, please visit
students with the resources necessary to support your unique                          
path to your dreams and aspirations. Students are encouraged                                        The NCC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
to become the “owners of their own vision and agents for their                                  that supports expanding access to affordable, quality higher
own success.” The PATH acronym stands for:                                                      education, the development of a productive workforce, and con-
     (P) PLAN AHEAD for academic, career, and financial suc-                                    tributing to the knowledge and well-being of our community by
     cess. Students connect with advisors, explore major and                                    raising funds for Norwalk Community College.
     career interests, evaluate transfer opportunities, and learn                                   The Foundation works with individuals, major corporations
     about financial options.                                                                   and local organizations to develop new initiatives and educa-
                                                                                                tional partnerships to inspire and engage our community to share
     (A) ACCESS RESOURCES to strengthen academic and                                            talents and resources. With assistance from generous donors, the
     leadership skills. Students learn with their peers, join student                           NCC Foundation provides $3 million annually in scholarships,
     clubs, connect to campus services, and are called to be active                             faculty and program support, and student success initiatives.
     in their education.
     (T) THINK CRITICALLY about your community at NCC
     and beyond. NCC asks students to reflect on their experi-
     ences, connect with people from different backgrounds,                                      NCC Office Hours
     build their support network, and always consider the source
     of information.                                                                               Admissions, Room E102
                                                                                                   Monday through Thursday                 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
     (H) HEAD OUT confidently on your path to success.
                                                                                                   Friday                                  8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
     As you work toward your goals, we want you to commit to
     your own success, create your future, inspire others to make                                  Financial Aid, Room E105
     a difference and stay connected.                                                              Monday through Thursday                 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information on ways to get onto your path and suc-                                        Friday                                  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
ceed on your path, visit
                                                                                                   Business Office, Room E103
This initiative was created by Title V. Title V is funded by the U.S. Department of Education      Monday through Thursday                 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program at Norwalk Community College.
                                                                                                   Friday                                  8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

                                                                                                   Records and Registrar, Room E102
                                                                                                   Monday through Thursday                 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
                                                                                                   Friday                                  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

                                                                                                   Information Technology Services
                                                                                                   (Help Desk), Room E319
                                                                                                   Monday through Thursday                 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
                                                                                                   Friday                                  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

                                                                                                   Continuing Education & Workforce
                                                                                                   Development, Room W102
                                                                                                   Monday through Friday                   8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

                                                                                                   Office hours are subject to change. Please contact each office
                                                                                                   (see back cover) prior to visit.

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           2                           Apply for
                                       Financial Aid

Photo ID is required at the front counter of the Financial Aid
Office when inquiring about your Financial Aid status. Please
be sure to bring your driver’s license, State ID or NCC Student
ID with you.
                                                                            • Your Permanent Resident Card (if applicable)
                                                                            • Records of Untaxed Income
                                                                                Payments of tax-deferred pension, retirement savings
                                                                                plans, Child Support received, Veterans non-education
    Parents please be advised that student information, including               benefits, etc.
financial aid information, cannot be given to the parent
                                                                         3. Use myCommNet to track the progress of your financial
without the student present or without a signed release form.
                                                                            aid application. (How to log in can be found on page 5.)
ONLY the student can fill out a release form in the Financial
                                                                            You will be able to monitor your financial aid progress and
Aid Office in room E105. Please refer to the Family Educational
                                                                            view your eligibility once you have completed all financial aid
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) information provided at https://
                                                                            requirements. This is done through the Banner Students and that explains confidentiality at NCC.
                                                                            Faculty Service tab, under the Financial Aid tab, and by
                                                                            clicking on Eligibility Requirements.
Getting Started                                                             • Your application may be selected by the Dept. of Education
1. Create a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID). If you do not                      for Verification as part of a random selection process, or
   have an FSA ID go to to apply for one.                because of incomplete or conflicting information provided.
   The FSA ID will allow you to sign your Free Application for                  If selected for Verification, you will receive an email from
   Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application online. Dependent                    the NCC Financial Aid Office with the steps you will need
   students need to have one parent apply for an FSA ID also.                   to take. You will also be contacted by our third-party servicer:
   TIP: You will need your FSA ID each time you file or make                    Inceptia. It is critical that students complete the Verification
   corrections to your FAFSA. You must keep your FSA ID login                   process in order to be considered for Financial Aid.
   information in a safe place so you can easily access your FAFSA       4. Review your Financial Aid Award. When we complete our
   application. You may want to keep your FSA ID information                review of your financial aid application, we will notify you at
   with your tax documents so you will always know where it is.             your school email address and direct you to view your award
2. By completing the Free Application for Federal Student                   through myCommNet.
   Aid (FAFSA)* at, you are considered            5. To maintain Financial Aid eligibility, students must main-
   for Federal, State and Institutional aid (no separate application        tain good academic standing and be making satisfactory aca-
   is needed). The FAFSA application is FREE; make sure you                 demic progress. Visit
   use the U.S. Department of Education’s website. You will                 for more information.
   need the Norwalk School Code, 001399.                                 Please contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions.
   The following information is needed to complete the FAFSA             We are here to assist you at or call
   application online:                                                   us at (203) 857-7023. If you need assistance completing your
   • Income Tax Information                                              FAFSA, you can book a virtual appointment https://norwalk.
     To complete your 2021-2022 FAFSA application you                    edu/finaid. The 2021-2022 Aid Application for CT Undocu-
     must provide your 2019 tax information                              mented Students (AACTUS) is now available!
     Note: Use the Data Retrieval Tool. This tool allows stu-          * In order to file a FAFSA, students must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United
     dents and parents to access the IRS tax return information          States or Trust Territories; be in compliance with draft regulation requirements (Selective Service
                                                                         Registration); not be in default on any previous student loan; not owe a refund to any Title IV
     needed to complete your FAFSA, and transfer the data                Higher Education Grant Program at any institution. (If you are not eligible to file a FAFSA,
     directly into your FAFSA from the IRS website.                      please speak to the Financial Aid Office about other options to finance your education.)

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               3                          Determine English &
                                          Math Placement

NCC has alternative placement measures in place due to COVID-19,
with in-person assessment suspended until further notice.

Students are currently placed in English and Math courses via
                                                                    Step 1:
                                                                    Please request that your most recent SAT scores and/or
                                                                    9-12 high school transcripts be sent directly to NCC’s
SAT scores OR 9-12 grade high school transcripts (whichever         Admissions Office at:
places higher). For those with neither, we will arrange individu-   For SAT scores, contact the College Board at:
alized online assessments on a per case basis.             For 9-12 high school
    In order to receive placements, you must first submit an        transcripts, contact your high school’s Guidance Office.
application to NCC and receive your permanent NCC
Student ID (Banner) number. We are unable to assess                 Step 2:
you without a student ID number or with a temporary ID
number beginning with “G.”                                          Complete the Alternative Placement Form for assessment
                                                                    in English/Math. The form will appear when you click
                                                                    Schedule Basic Skills Test at:
                                                                       Or, complete the Alternative Placement Form for
                                                                    ESL assessment:
                                                                       If you have taken even one year of ESL during high
                                                                    school, or did not attend an English-speaking high school,
                                                                    please take the ESL assessment. Contact Professor Hannah
                                                                    Moeckel-Rieke at for
                                                                    additional information.

                                                                    Step 3:
                                                                    After submitting all documents:
                                                                       • If you are a first-time ever college student, please
                                                                          register for a Panther Advising Workshop (PAW) at:
                                                                       • If you are a current, returning, or transfer student,
                                                                          contact the Academic Advising Center for assistance
                                                                          with course registration at:

                                                                    If you have any testing questions, please email Thalia
                                                                    Moshoyannis at


                 4                            Log On to Your
                                              Student Account

Your application must be complete in order to access your
student myCommNet account. Access to new student accounts
may take up to 24 hours after Admissions has processed your
application. Your NetID is your college network user name,
                                                                         a new password before you log in for the first time! If you ever need
                                                                         to reset your password, you will be prompted to choose the same
                                                                         security question and give the same answer.

and it allows you to log on to computers in the library and labs.        How do I create a password that will work?
Your NetID also gives you entry to,                Your password must be at least eight characters, and must
the “portal” entry to Connecticut Community College online               include three of the following types of characters:
services: library services, online registration, academic transcripts,       • an upper case letter (A to Z)
grades, Blackboard Learn and more.                                           • a lower case letter (a to z)
                                                                             • a number (0 to 9)
Logging On for the First Time                                                • punctuation or symbols: ! @ # ^ & * ( ) _ + | ~ - = ` { . } [ ] : “ ; ‘ ? , /
Your log-on account, or NetID, is derived from your Banner ID.           Your password cannot contain any part of your name, your NetID,
You received your Banner ID when you were admitted. It is not            or your Social Security Number. Here are some examples of
the confirmation number (i.e. G00...) you received with your             passwords that satisfy the above requirements:
online application. The Banner ID begins with the @ symbol                   Egg2Salad        #75chase      RedSox05
following the eight numbers (for example, @01234567). Your                   Out2lunch         Fido2006 67Mustang
NetID removes the leading @ symbol, and adds the student
domain (for example,                     You may use the kiosks located throughout the NCC campus
    Your initial password is made up of the following personal           to reset your password, or go to the
information:                                                             website and follow these five easy steps:
    • The first three characters of your birth month (with the               1. Think of a new password (using requirements listed above)
       first letter capitalized)                                             2. Enter your NetID (your student ID without the @ sign)
    • The “&” symbol                                                         3. Enter your Birth Date and Social Security Number
    • The last four digits of your Social Security Number (for               4. Provide the answer to your Security Question
       example: Apr&1899). If you did not provide a social secu-             5. Enter the new password you created in Step 1.
       rity number, please go to the Records Office, room E102,
       with a valid photo ID to request a password.                      What can I do if that doesn’t work?
    The password is case sensitive. You will be prompted to              If you don’t have a Social Security Number you will not be able
change your password.                                                    to use the kiosks or the website to reset your password. Instead,
    For additional information, go to, click             contact the Online HelpDesk at (860) 723-0221 or visit https://
on myCommNet at the top right of the page (in the blue band),   In-person, please bring your photo
then log in to myCommNet. If you don’t know your NetID, click            ID (driver’s license, passport, or NCC ID card) to the I.T.
on Forgot your Net ID. You will then be directed to the NetID            Office (room E319) or the Records Office (room E102), and a
Lookup where you can enter your personal information.                    staff member will help you.
    Note: The first time you log in to a college computer, you               For any other problems you may encounter at a kiosk or on
will be required to change your password and to set a security           the website, bring your valid photo ID (driver’s license, pass-
question. There will be a choice of questions and you will need          port, or NCC ID card) to the I.T. Office (room E319) or the
to pick one and provide an answer. You will have two minutes             Records Office (room E102) and a staff member will help you.
to type in and then confirm your new password. If you exceed the             For further password reset options via email, go to www.
time limit you will need to start over, so be prepared by thinking of and select “Reset Forgotten Password.”

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                                         Register Online
   STEP                                  or In-Person

The Admissions Office must designate you as a student before          ESL Students
you can register for classes. You will need to receive your Banner
                                                                      Students taking English as a Second Language courses must meet
ID# (the number with the @ sign) from the Admissions Office.
                                                                      with an ESL advisor prior to registering. For more information,
See Admissions Requirements on page 1 of this guide or visit the
                                                                      please make a virtual appointment at
Admissions Office in room E106 for more information.
                                                                      ics/esl/virtual-registrations, or call (203) 857-6854 (credit) or
                                                                      (203) 857-6881 (non-credit).
New First-Time Students
First-time students are required to schedule and attend a Panther     Current Students
Advising Workshop (PAW). At the workshop, students will meet
                                                                      After meeting with an advisor and checking your DegreeWorks
with an advisor, register for classes, and register for new student
                                                                      evaluation to determine the appropriate courses, current students
                                                                      are strongly encouraged to register online.
                                                                          For an online list of advisors, visit
                                                                      demics/advisor-directory. For instructions on how to use Degree-
                                                                      Works, visit

 Online Registration and Payment Information

Current students can register online if they are in good standing,       • In “Select Payment Method” area select: “Electronic Check”
have declared a major, and have met pre-requisites as shown on             or “Credit or Debit Card” and then “Select”
their NCC transcript. Here’s what to do:                                 • In “Account Information” area, type in required information
   • See full instructions here:              then click “Continue”
     registration                                                        • Confirm your course selection and printout Payment Receipt
   • Search for available courses on the web via the public Course
     Search under “Academics” and write down the CRNs.                Financial Aid Students
   • Log on to your account and click on               Financial Aid students must go to the Business Office in room
     “Banner Student and Faculty Self-Service.” Select the            E103 to finalize their financial aid payments.
     “Registration/Schedule” tab, then “Class Registration.”
   • Once on the Registration page, select the appropriate Term       Online Registration Notes
     (for example “Fall 2020”) and click “Submit.”
                                                                         • Be sure to include a credit card payment online or pay in
   • Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and enter CRNs in
                                                                           person at the Business Office at time of registration. (See
     the boxes for the classes you wish to register for. CRNs for
                                                                           Step 6 on page 8 for more payment information.)
     courses can also be found by clicking in the “Class Search”
                                                                         • Check your class schedule on myCommNet.
     box in the same location.
                                                                         • Students who drop courses prior to the term or up until
   • Click on “Submit Changes.”                                            the seventh day of the term having elapsed (i.e. 10% of the
   • Scroll down to the bottom of the screen                               term) will be entitled to a 100% refund of tuition and fees.
   • Click on: “Make a Payment or Enroll in a Payment Plan”                For more information on our refund policy, see page 9.
   • Click on: “Make a Payment”                                          • Veterans who register must immediately notify the Veterans
   • Select a term: Choose term you are registering for (for               Certifying Official in the Records Office, room E102.
     example “Fall 2020”)                                                • Click on the hyperlinks in the Course Search to view im-
   • Click on: “Continue”                                                  portant course and textbook information.

In-Person Registration

The Records Office, room E102, normally processes course              your meeting with your counselor or advisor. Transfer students
registrations during regular business hours. Please arrive no later   should bring an unofficial copy of their transcripts from their
than 15 minutes before closing. See page 2, or the Records Office     previous colleges.
webpage, for regular business hours.                                      Veterans who register must immediately notify the Veterans
    Current students should contact their advisor for an appoint-     Certifying Official in the Records Office, room E102.
ment through the Advisor Directory. Current students may also             A form of payment is required at the time of registration.
attend scheduled Walk-In Advising and Registration sessions to        Early registration with a partial deposit at time of registration
meet with an advisor and register for classes. Extended registra-     will reserve your classes. (See Step 6 on page 8 for more payment
tion hours are available during these times. Check online for         information.)
Advising and Registration dates.                                          Use the Registration Worksheet below to create a draft of
    Bring your unofficial NCC transcript and your DegreeWorks         your schedule of classes. Write in each box the CRN number,
Evaluation when you meet with your advisor or counselor. You          Subject and Course Number and exact meeting time of the class.
can obtain your unofficial student transcript online at http://       If the course includes a lab, be sure to include the lab time. After logging on, click on the “Banner                Class meeting times cannot overlap.
Student Self-Service” link. Once in the student self-service area,
click on “Student Records.” Then click on “Transcripts” followed      Advisor Directory
by “Unofficial Transcript.” If you are a new student, bring your      For an online list of advisors, visit
Individual Score Report from your placement test with you to          ics/advisor-directory.

Registration Worksheet
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                                             Tuition and Fees*

 2021-2022 Tuition and Fees - In-State                                  2021-2022 Tuition and Fees - Out of State**

   Credit Tuition         Registration   Transportation       Total       Credit Tuition                 Registration       Transportation          Total
   		                        Fees             Fee                         		                                Fees                 Fee

   0.5            83.00      94.00          40.00           217.00        0.5              249.00           262.00              40.00            551.00

   1.0           166.00      98.00          40.00           304.00        1.0              498.00           274.00              40.00            812.00

   1.5           249.00     101.00          40.00           390.00        1.5              747.00           283.00              40.00          1,070.00

   2.0           332.00     105.00          40.00           477.00        2.0              996.00           295.00              40.00          1,331.00

   2.5           415.00     107.00          40.00           562.00        2.5            1,245.00           301.00              40.00          1,586.00

   3.0           498.00     111.00          40.00           649.00        3.0            1,494.00           313.00              40.00          1,847.00

   3.5           581.00     113.00          40.00           734.00        3.5            1,743.00           319.00              40.00          2,102.00

   4.0           664.00     116.00          40.00           820.00        4.0            1,992.00           328.00              40.00          2,360.00

   4.5           747.00     120.00          40.00           907.00        4.5            2,241.00           340.00              40.00          2,621.00

   5.0           830.00     135.00          40.00         1,005.00        5.0            2,490.00           385.00              40.00          2,915.00

   5.5           913.00     144.00          40.00         1,097.00        5.5            2,739.00           412.00              40.00          3,191.00

   6.0           996.00     152.00          40.00         1,188.00        6.0            2,988.00           436.00              40.00          3,464.00

   6.5         1,079.00     160.00          40.00         1,279.00        6.5            3,237.00           460.00              40.00          3,737.00

   7.0         1,162.00     170.00          40.00         1,372.00        7.0            3,486.00           490.00              40.00          4,016.00

   7.5         1,245.00     178.00          40.00         1,463.00        7.5            3,735.00           514.00              40.00          4,289.00

   8.0         1,328.00     185.00          40.00         1,553.00        8.0            3,984.00           535.00              40.00          4,559.00

   8.5         1,411.00     195.00          40.00         1,646.00        8.5            4,233.00           565.00              40.00          4,838.00

   9.0         1,494.00     204.00          40.00         1,738.00        9.0            4,482.00           592.00              40.00          5,114.00

   9.5         1,577.00     213.00          40.00         1,830.00        9.5            4,731.00           619.00              40.00          5,390.00

   10.0        1,660.00     219.00          40.00         1,919.00        10             4,980.00           637.00              40.00          5,657.00

   10.5        1,743.00     229.00          40.00         2,012.00        10.5           5,229.00           667.00              40.00          5,936.00

   11.0        1,826.00     237.00          40.00         2,103.00        11.0           5,478.00           691.00              40.00          6,209.00

   11.5        1,909.00     247.00          40.00         2,196.00        11.5           5,727.00           721.00              40.00          6,488.00

   12.0+       1,992.00     261.00          40.00         2,293.00        12.0+          5,976.00           753.00              40.00          6,769.00
   Annual                                                                 Annual      11,952.00          1,506.00               80.00       13,558.00
               3,984.00    522.00          80.00          4,586.00
   Full-time                                                              Full-time

                                                                      * Tuition and Fees are subject to change. All students are required to pay their
                                                                        Registration Fees at the time of registration.
                                                                      ** Extending the in-state tuition and fees for neighboring States (Massachusetts,
                                                                         Rhode Island and New York) at the following Community Colleges: Asnuntuck,
                                                                         Quinebaug Valley, Three Rivers, Norwalk, Northwestern, Housatonic and
                                                                         Naugatuck Valley-Danbury Campus.

Fall 2020 Mandatory Usage Fees                                                            tuition and fees less a “late drop” fee assessed at $50 per
                                                                                          dropped course.
Material Fee: $51 (per course; $102 max per term)
                                                                                        • Students who withdraw subsequently to 20% of the
Clinical Program Fee - Level 1: $487 (per semester)
                                                                                          abbreviated term having elapsed will be charged 100% of
Clinical Program Fee - Level 2: $359 (per semester)
                                                                                          all tuition and fees. Dates representing the 10-20% points
Advanced Manufacturing Lab Fe: $120                                                       of the respective abbreviated terms will vary according to
Supplemental Course Fee - Level 1: $102.50 ($410 max per term)                            each session/part of term in which the student is registered.
Supplemental Course Fee - Level 2: $205 ($410 max per term)                               Please see the Registrar or Bursar’s office for the exact dates
Payment options: cash (in-person only), check or money order (payable to Norwalk          on which the “late drop” fee will be assessed.
Community College), American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Discover card number,
expiration date and security code from the back of the card. Please print clearly.
There will be a $25 charge for returned checks.                                      Tuition Waivers
                                                                                     Connecticut Senior Citizens 62 and older pay no tuition or
Excess Credits Tuition Charge                                                        fees, with the exception of clinical, material and supplemental,
An additional flat tuition of $100 per semester shall apply when                     for General Fund courses on a space available basis to be deter-
total registered credits exceed 17 for the semester.                                 mined by Senior Registration Day (check date/time online at
                                                                            Proof of age must be
Partial Payments                                                                     shown and a Waiver of Tuition and Fees Form completed in the
Students may reserve their classes by paying the registration fees                   Business Office to finalize the senior registration process.
only, during Early Registration. Registration fees serve as a deposit                    A senior citizen may register early by paying for the course;
and are non-refundable. All non-credit courses must be paid in                       however, paying for the course negates the senior waiver for that
full at time of registration. For more information, contact the                      course. No refund will be issued if the course is dropped, then
Business Office, room E103 at (203) 857-7046, or visit https://                      re-added on senior registration day. for more information and due dates.

Tuition Payment Plan
Students who enroll for three credits or more may request a
tuition payment plan. Please visit the Business Office in room
E103 for complete information.

Tuition Refund Policy (for Credit Courses)
Traditional Fall/Spring Semester Courses:
    • Students who drop courses prior to the term or up until
       the seventh day of the term having elapsed (i.e. 10% of the
       term) will be entitled to a 100% refund of tuition and fees.
    • Students who drop subsequently to the seventh day of the
       term but prior to the 21st day of the term having elapsed
       will be entitled to a 100% refund of tuition and fees less a
       “late drop” fee assessed at $50 per dropped course.
    • Students who withdraw subsequently to the 21st day
       of the term having elapsed will be charged 100% of all
       tuition and fees.
Courses Offered in Abbreviated Terms (e.g. summer, winter,
late start courses):
    • Students who drop courses prior to the abbreviated term
       and up until 10% of the abbreviated term having elapsed
       will be entitled to a 100% refund of tuition and fees.
    • Students who drop subsequently to 10% of the abbreviated
       term having elapsed but prior to 20% of the abbreviated
       term having elapsed will be entitled to a 100% refund of

                                                                                                                         2021-2022 Registration Guide 9
Course Listings, Prerequisites and
Course Listings
For a complete listing of all available courses, please go to the
NCC website at and click on the “Academics”
tab, then “Course Search.” You will then be on the Connecticut
Community College Course Search page where you will be able to
access real-time information regarding course availability.

Course Prerequisites
Many college courses have prerequisites that indicate the prior
knowledge and skills students need to succeed in the course.
It is the responsibility of the student to meet these course
prerequisites before enrolling.
     To determine if prerequisites are required for the course you
wish to take, go to the NCC website at and
click on the “Academics” tab, then “Course Descriptions.”
     If you have fulfilled the prerequisite at NCC, you can
proceed to online registration. If you have taken the prerequisite
at a different college that has not been added to your NCC              Email the director or chair of the department for the course
transcript, you will need to request an override to be entered       you want to take (see back cover). In the email indicate:
on your behalf in order to register for the course.                   • Your name
                                                                      • Your Banner ID
                                                                      • The semester for which you wish to register
                                                                      • The course CRN
                                                                      • The course number and section (example: ACC D113-02)
                                                                      • The reason why you are requesting the override; attach an
                                                                        unofficial transcript with the prerequisite listed.
                                                                        You will receive a reply email within three business days. If the
                                                                     override has been approved, you will be able to register online.

                                                                     English Requirements
                                                                     Students are required to enroll in an appropriate English
                                                                     course after completing nine credits unless they can demonstrate
                                                                     proficiency in written English. If you fail or withdraw from
                                                                     a required English course, it must be repeated in your next
                                                                     semester of enrollment.

Online, Online/Campus Hybrid, LRON and
Computer Courses
Students taking online, online/campus hybrid, or LRON courses       LRON (Live Remote Online) Courses
for the first time should plan to attend a scheduled orientation
                                                                    These classes are similar to hybrid in that they require you to
on campus. For information regarding online/hybrid/LRON
                                                                    be in class at a specific time. However, you do not have to come
orientation dates and times, please refer to the NCC website
                                                                    to campus. The synchronous portion of the class will take place
noted below or contact Lois Aime at or
                                                                    on specific days, at specific times, but they will be via a commu-
(203) 857-7288.
                                                                    nication tool on the web, such as Webex, Blackboard Collabo-
                                                                    rate, MS Teams, or Zoom. The days and times will be listed on
Technical Requirements                                              the schedule so when you register you will know when you will
In order to take an online or online/campus hybrid course, you      have to be available.
must have access to a computer with Internet access that meets          For more information on taking online or online/campus
the following requirements:                                         hybrid courses at NCC, go to
  • Windows: 8/10, if using Microsoft Edge, Firefox 31+ or          tance-learning. This site lists system requirements, various fixes
    higher, or Google Chrome 36+ or higher                          for technical difficulties, has links to add-ins you might need to
  • Mac Operating System: OS 10.8.x, or 10.9.x Firefox 3.x          download and other pertinent information.
    or higher or Chrome OS
Additional Notes: All browsers require JavaScript, Java, Popups,    Computer Courses
and Cookies to be enabled.                                          Students enrolling in a computer course should check the course
                                                                    description for equipment and system requirements and restrictions.
Online Courses
All communications, assignments, tests, etc. take place on the
Internet using a course management system called Blackboard,
at a time and place that is convenient for you. You DO NOT
have to attend “class” at a specific time on campus. You DO
need to have strong time management and organizational skills.
Online classes are not easier—just more convenient.

Online/Campus Hybrid Courses
These classes can have any number of formats. But, they are all
taught partially in a campus classroom at a required time and
partially online using Blackboard. You may be required to meet
on campus as much as once a week or as little as three times a
semester. This will vary with each course, so be sure to check
the schedule carefully and verify this with your professor on the
first day of class when taking a hybrid course.
     Hybrid courses allow you the flexibility of working in an
online environment while still meeting with your instructor
and classmates in a classroom. You continue to have the support
that you receive in a classroom environment, but you do not
have to spend as much time on campus. For those of you who
are working or have family obligations, or perhaps both, this
form of class structure offers you the flexibility you need to go
to school while meeting those obligations.

                                                                                                       2021-2022 Registration Guide 11
Major Codes: Degree & Certificate Programs
Please use the appropriate code below to designate your choice of major your application.
Use Major Code: DZ99 if you are not pursuing a degree or certificate at this time. Use Major Code: DA01 if you are in the High School Partnership program.

   Associate Degree Programs
   Major                                                                Major Code             Major                                                  Major Code

   Allied Health                                                                               Computer Science
   Medical Office Management - Administrative*                          DA10                   Computer Science                                      DA12
   Medical Office Management - Clinical*                                DA11                   Web Development                                       DA16
   Nursing*                                                             DF30
                                                                                               Education & Social Science
   Physical Therapist Assistant*                                        DB94
                                                                                               Criminal Justice                                      DB06
   Respiratory Care*                                                    DB77
                                                                                               Early Childhood Education - Career                    DB11
   Art, Architecture & Design                                                                  Early Childhood Education - Transfer                  DB12
   Architectural Engineering Technology                                 DA22                   Exercise Science                                      DB93
   Construction Technology                                              DA98                   Human Services - Career                               DB35
   Design for the Web                                                   DA02                   Human Services - Transfer                             DB36
   Fine Arts                                                            DB42
   Graphic Design                                                       DA45
                                                                                               Engineering Science                                   DB14
   Interior Design                                                      DA05
                                                                                               Technological Studies                                 DF11
   Studio Art                                                           DB40
                                                                                               General Studies                                       DB31
   Accounting - Career                                                  DA07                   Honors Program*                                       DB33
   Accounting - Transfer                                                DA09
                                                                                               Hospitality Management
   Business Administration                                              DA67
                                                                                               Culinary Arts Option                                  DA60
      Finance                                                           DA13
                                                                                               Hotel Option                                          DA58
      Management                                                        DA15
                                                                                               Restaurant Option                                     DA59
      Marketing                                                         DA14
   Legal Assistant*                                                     DB53                   Liberal Arts & Sciences
                                                                                               Liberal Arts Transfer                                 DB54
   Communication Arts
                                                                                               Mathematics & Science                                 DB46
   Journalism                                                           DB89
                                                                                               Psychology                                            DB00
   Media Studies                                                        DB91
                                                                                               Teaching Career Pathway                               DB10
   Film & Television Production                                         DB90
                                                                                               Veterinary Technology                                 DA06

   Certificate Programs
   Major                                                                Major Code             Major                                                  Major Code

   Allied Health                                                                               Computer Science
   Health Careers Pathways**                                            DK55                   Relational Database                                   DK02
   Medical Assistant*                                                   DJ70                   Smartphone App Development                            DJ06
   Medical Office Specialist                                            DJ09                   Web Developer                                         DK06
   Art, Architecture & Design                                                                  Early Childhood Education
   Graphic Design#                                                      DJ83                   Administrative Option                                 DJ50
                                                                                               Education Option                                      DJ89
                                                                                               Infant/Toddler                                        DJ79
   Accounting #                                                         DJ05
   Culinary Arts                                                        DJ77                   Engneering                                            DJ81
   Legal Assistant* #                                                   DJ88                   Computer Aided Design                                 DJ23
   Communication Arts                                                                          English as a Second Language                          DJ81
   Digital Journalism                                                   DJ07
   Film & Television Production                                         DJ08

* Selective Admissions Program with limited enrollment. Consult the college catalog for specific admission requirements and deadlines.
** Can only be added as a second major; first major must be General Studies. # Open only to students who have an Associate or Bachelor’s degree.

Major Codes: Pathway Transfer Degree Programs
   CSCU Transfer Tickets                                                                                                 Business, Chemistry, Commu-
                                                                                                                         nication, Criminology, Early
   The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU)
                                                                                                                         Childhood Teacher Credential,
   system has developed Transfer Tickets to provide pathways to
                                                                                                                         English, French, German,
   a four-year degree. Transfer Tickets are degree programs for
                                                                                                                         History, Italian, Mathematics,
   Connecticut community college students that easily transfer to
                                                                                                                         Physics, Political Science,
   Connecticut State Universities and Charter Oak State College.
                                                                                                                         Psychology, Sociology, Social
         Upon graduation from NCC, students are guaranteed
                                                                                                                         Work and Spanish.
   full junior status at a four-year institution that is part of the
                                                                                                                             To learn more about
   CSCU system. They can complete a bachelor’s degree in their
                                                                                                                         CSCU’s Transfer Tickets, visit
   major with the assurance they will not lose any credits or be
                                                                                An interactive guidance system will
   required to take any extra credits. (Select programs may have
                                                                                         walk you through the program.
   additional admission requirements.)
                                                                                             To register for a specific Pathway Transfer degree program,
        Students choose a transfer degree program just as they
                                                                                         please use the Banner Program Codes listed below. Students
   would a major field for an associate degree, but take only the
                                                                                         should contact their advisor for information regarding transfer
   courses that apply to both the major’s associate degree and
                                                                                         credits in specific programs.
   its bachelor’s degree.

        Transfer Tickets are currently available in the following
   majors, and new ones will be added each year: Art, Biology,

  Pathway Transfer Degree Programs*
  Degree                                                                                                                                      Major Code

  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Art Studies                                                                                                   DG21
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Biology Studies                                                                                               DG01
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Business Studies (Finance, Management and Marketing)                                                          DG12
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Chemistry Studies                                                                                             DG02
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Communication Studies                                                                                         DG03
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Criminology Studies                                                                                           DG04
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Early Childhood Teacher Certification Studies                                                                 DG14
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: English Studies                                                                                               DG05
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Exercise Science Studies                                                                                      DG15
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: French Studies                                                                                                DG16
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: German Studies                                                                                                DG17
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: History Studies                                                                                               DG06
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Italian Studies                                                                                               DG18
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Mathematics Studies                                                                                           DG07
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Physics Studies                                                                                               DG19
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Political Science Studies                                                                                     DG08
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Psychology Studies                                                                                            DG09
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Social Work Studies                                                                                           DG10
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Sociology Studies                                                                                             DG11
  CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Spanish Studies                                                                                               DG20

*For information on additional programs, visit

                                                                                                                            2021-2022 Registration Guide 13
Academic Calendar 2021-2022

  Fall 2021 Semester

  July                                                       September
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 2 - 5 pm         September 4-6 LABOR DAY Observance - College closed
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 9 am - 12 pm     September 7    Last day for 50% tuition refund
                                                                            in person by 5 pm
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm
                                                             September 27   Last day to change to audit
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm

  August                                                     October
                                                             October 11     COLUMBUS DAY - College open; classes held
  August 2       Registration begins for Fall 2021
                 Non-Credit classes                          October 18     Mid-term grades due online
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm         October 18-21 Advising Week for Spring 2022 by appointment
  August 4       Fall tuition balance due                    October 18     Registration begins for Winter 2021 and
                                                                            Spring 2022 Credit classes
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 10 am - 1 pm
                                                             October 19     Reading Day - No classes; College open
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 9 am - 12 pm
  TBA            Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm
  August 10      New Student Orientation: 4 pm
                                                             November 5     Application deadline for December graduation
                 Advising and Registration: 10 am - 1 pm
                                                             November 11    VETERAN’S DAY - College open; classes held
  August 11      New Student Orientation: 12:30 pm
                                                             November 15    Last day to withdraw in person by 5 pm;
  August 12      Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm
                                                                            online prior to midnight
                 New Student Orientation: 9:30 am
                                                             Nov. 24-28     THANKSGIVING RECESS - No classes
  August 25      Advising and Registration: 4 - 7 pm
                                                             November 25    THANKSGIVING DAY - College closed
                 Last day to drop with 100% tuition refund
                 in person by 7 pm, online by midnight
                 Add/Drop: 10 am - 1 pm; 3 - 6 pm
                 (see Policy for Adding Courses below)       December 1     Registration begins for Spring 2022
                                                                            Non-Credit classes
  August 26      Classes begin for Fall 2021 Semester
                                                             December 6     Last day of classes
                 Add/Drop: 10 am - 1 pm; 3 - 6 pm
                 (see Policy for Adding Courses below)       December 9-15 Final exams week

  August 27      Senior citizen registration: 9 - 11 am      December 17    Final grades due online by 12 Noon
                                                             December 24    CHRISTMAS EVE - College closed
                                                             December 25    CHRISTMAS DAY - College closed
                                                             December 27    Final Fall grades available for viewing at
                                                             December 31    NEW YEAR’S EVE - College Closed

Spring 2022 Semester

January                                                             April
January 1        NEW YEAR’S DAY - College closed                    April 1            Application deadline for May graduation
January 3        Spring tuition balance due                         April 15-17        DAY OF REFLECTION - College closed
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 10 am - 1 pm            April 18           Last day to withdraw, in person by 5 pm
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 10 am - 1 pm            May 9              Last day of classes
January 13       New Student Orientation: 10 am                     May 10-16          Final exams week
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 2 - 5 pm                May 18             Final grades due online by 12 Noon
January 17       MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY - College closed       May 19             Commencement
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 4 - 7 pm                May 24             Final grades available for viewing
                                                                                       at myCommNet
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 10 am - 1 pm
                                                                    May 30             MEMORIAL DAY - College closed
January TBA      Advising and Registration: 3 - 6 pm
                 Last day to drop with 100% tuition refund
                 in person by 7 pm, online prior to midnight
January 21       Classes begin for Spring 2022 semester
January 24, 25   Add/Drop Advising: TBA
January 26       Senior citizen registration: 9 - 11 am

February 4       Last day for 50% tuition refund,
                 in person by 5 pm
                                                                    Note: Calendar subject to change based on College needs and
February 18-21 PRESIDENT’S RECESS - College closed                  priorities. Check online at for the most up-to-date
February 17      Last day to change to audit                        Academic Calendars.

March                                                               Policy for Adding Courses

                                                                    A student may enroll in a 2 and 3 day a week/14-week course if the
March 7          Registration begins for Fall 2022 Credit classes   class has not met more than twice.
                 Registration begins for Summer 2022                A student may enroll in a 1 day a week/14-week course if the class has
                 Credit and Non-Credit classes                      not met more than once.

March 14-20      Spring Recess - No Classes                         A student may enroll in an abbreviated session course if the class has
                                                                    not met more than once.
March 20         Mid-term grades due online
                                                                    A student may enroll in an online or hybrid course no later than seven
March TBA        Advising Week for Fall 2022, by appointment        days after the first day of a 14-week semester and no more than two days
                                                                    after the first day of an abbreviated semester’s courses have begun.

                                                                                                             2021-2022 Registration Guide 15
Continuing Education and Workforce
Development (Non-Credit)
The Continuing Education and Workforce Development                 Registration
Division of Norwalk Community College offers affordable non-
                                                                   Students are encouraged to register at least one week prior to
credit courses and certificate programs (see below). The courses
                                                                   the class start date. Registration options can be found online at
are ideal for motivated individuals seeking to upgrade or learn
new job skills. The Division also offers English as a Second
Language (ESL) courses, a wide variety of personal enrich-         Five Ways to Register:
ment courses for adults and courses (listed below) that award      1. Online: Go to
Certificates of Completion upon meeting all requirements.             and fill out the registration form.
Business                                                           2. By mail: Mail completed registration form with a check or
                                                                      money order (payable to Norwalk Community College) to:
• Legal Secretary Certificate
                                                                      Norwalk Community College, Continuing Education,
• National Bookkeeping Certification Preparation
                                                                      188 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854.
• Real Estate Licensing
• Retail Customer Sales & Service                                  3. By fax: Send completed registration form and credit card
• Travel Associate Certificate                                        information to (203) 857-7388.
                                                                   4. By phone: Call (203) 857-7080. You will be called back
Information Technology
                                                                      within 24 hours. Credit card payment will be accepted.
• A+ Computer Repair Certification Preparation
                                                                   5. In-person: Please visit the Continuing Education Office,
• Computer Graphics Certificate
                                                                      W102, or the Records Office, E102. All methods of payment
• Web Design Certificate
                                                                      are accepted in-person.
• CNA (Certified Nurse Aide)                                       Non-Credit ESL Students
• Dental Assistant Certificate                                     Non-credit ESL students must fill out an NCC application
• EKG (Electrocardiogram Technician) Certificate                   and sign up for an assessment (see page 4) before registering for
• Homemaker Companion                                              classes. For further information, please contact the ESL office
• Medical Billing and Reimbursement Specialist Certificate         at (203) 857-6854 or
• Medical Coding Certificate
• Phlebotomy Technician Specialist Certificate
• Patient Care Technician Certificate
• Physical Therapy Aide Certificate
• Veterinary Assistant Certificate
Public Safety
• Connecticut State Security Officer Certification
• EMT (Emergency Medical Technician)

For further information regarding non-credit courses, please
visit, call (203) 857-7080, or email

NCC Student Email and Online Services
The latest version of the full Office 365 productivity suite, inclu-   • OneDrive for Business: Store, sync, and share your files
ding Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, and OneNote             online. As part of Office 365, OneDrive for Business provides
is now available for offline and online use to best prepare you for      1TB of online storage, lets you update and share your files
class. All Connecticut Community College students now have               from anywhere, and work collaboratively on Office docu-
access to:                                                               ments with others at the same time.
• Office 365 Email: Email account with 50 GB (gigabytes) of            All college-based communications will be sent to your Office
  storage, calendaring, contact info, to-do lists, etc.                365 account email address. You can access Office 365 by logging
• Office 365 ProPlus: The Office suite including Word, Excel,          in directly on the Microsoft Online Portal (see instructions
  PowerPoint and OneNote which you can install on up to                below). Office 365 can also be accessed within
  five devices including Macs, PCs, and tablets with Android,          (view tutorial at:
  Windows, and even iPads and iPhones.
• Microsoft Teams: Instant messaging, online audio and video
  calls and meetings, screen sharing, and integration with Office
  apps such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Publisher.

Here’s how to log in to Office 365:

1. Click
    Connect to
          Sign In.

2. You will be directed to the Microsoft Sign-In page.
    Enter your CSCU NetID
      Click Next.                                               

3. You will then be directed to the CSCU Login Portal.
    Enter your CSCU NetID and password.
      Click Sign In.

4. You will be asked to “Stay signed in?”
    Click Yes.

Need help? Call the Help Desk at (860) 723-0221 for
24/7 tech support for login, Blackboard, myCommNet,
Banner Self-Service, Office 365, NetID Password
Reset, and Library.
Norwalk Community College
                             188 Richards Avenue
                             Norwalk, CT 06854-1655
                             (203) 857-7000

Important Contact Information

                                                                                                Department Chairs
 Main Number..........................................................(203) 857-7000
                                                                                                John Alvord
 Admissions Main Number..................................(203) 857-7068                         Art, Architecture and Design........... (203) 857-6890

 Bookstore.................................................................(203) 857-7239       Michele Barber
                                                                                                Science........................................... (203) 857-7275
 Business Office.......................................................(203) 857-7046
                                                                                                Tanisha Tyson
 Center for Career Development.......................(203) 857-6947                             Nursing.......................................... (203) 857-0756

 Child Development Laboratory School.........(203) 857-6804                                     Tom Duffy
                                                                                                Computer Science........................... (203) 857-6892
 Continuing Education and Workforce
                                                                                                Elizabeth Glatt
 Development (Non-Credit)................................(203) 857-7080
                                                                                                Mathematics.................................. (203) 857-7292
 Counseling Center................................................(203) 857-7033                Steven Glazer
 Financial Aid............................................................(203) 857-7023        Social/Behavioral Sciences............... (203) 857-3326
                                                                                                Andres Aluma-Cazorla
 High School Partnership.....................................(203) 857-7250
                                                                                                Humanities.................................... (203) 857-7362
 International Student Office..............................(203) 857-6875                       Forrest Helvie
 I.T. Help Desk...........................................................(203) 857-6800        Academic Enrichment and
                                                                                                First-Year Experience Division......... (203) 857-3301
 Library.......................................................................(203) 857-7200
                                                                                                Tom Jackson
 Placement Testing.................................................(203) 857-7070               Business.......................................... (203) 857-7152

 Records Office (Credit).........................................(203) 857-7035                 Hannah Moeckel-Rieke
          (Non-Credit).........................................(203) 857-7237                   English as a Second Language......... (203) 857-7335
                                                                                                Bill O’Connell
 Student AccessAbility Services.........................(203) 857-7192
                                                                                                English........................................... (203) 857-7368
 Student Activities..................................................(203) 857-7146

 Student Employment Center............................(203) 857-7032                            Division Director
                                                                                                Ezechiel Dominique
 Student Success Center......................................(203) 857-7255
                                                                                                Nursing/Allied Health..................... (203) 857-7233
 Student Support Services Program................(203) 857-7107

 Tutoring Services Center....................................(203) 857-7205                     Deans
 Veterans’ Information...........................................(203) 857-7006                 Tony Peffer
                                                                                                Dean of Academic Affairs............... (203) 857-7325
 Wellness Center......................................................(203) 857-7193
                                                                                                Kellie Byrd Danso
 Writing Center........................................................(203) 857-3374           Dean of Student Affairs.................. (203) 857-6887
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