Check your NIC email for instructions from your instructor. For scheduled courses, your instructor will reach out prior to the first day of your scheduled class, on or by January 6th. Unscheduled courses begin January 6. For a full list of all NIC key dates, visit Academic Schedules & Deadlines.
The date to withdraw from fall courses without academic penalty has passed. If your situation is exceptional, please discuss with an Educational Advisor, Indigenous Advisor or an International Student Advisor by booking an appointment on-line or by calling 1-800-715-0914.
There are multiple ways to pay your tuition at NIC. Tuition and fees must be paid by the due dates outlined in NIC’s academic deadlines. Please visit NIC’s website or more details.
All courses will be delivered in digital format or a blended format, with some digital content. For a full list of courses and to registration continues see winter timetable and winter timetable. Note: you must be accepted into an NIC program in order to register for a course.
There are a variety of methods instructors are planning for delivery, including, but not limited to, email, Blackboard Learn, Website/Blogging (Wordpress) and web conferencing (BlueJeans, Zoom, etc.). Students will require access to a computer with internet to successfully engage in coursework. Cell phones are not adequate for digital learning.
Please be aware that prerequisites and fees are due at the start of the term, January 4 (see Key dates in case your program has a different due date). Please visit payment information for more details.
North Island College recognizes that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be experiencing challenges and financial hardship. If you are concerned about being able to pay your tuition on time, or you may be worried that you don't have the appropriate technology to carry out your classes, please make an appointment with an Educational Advisor or a Financial Advisor as soon as possible and prior to the start of the winter term (January 4, 2021).
International students facing challenges and financial hardship should book an appointment with an International Student Advisor (ISA). Appointments with ISA’s can be booked online or by emailing email@example.com
NIC’s website has information about timetabling & registration, course codes, delivery methods and frequently asked questions. Please also call 1-800-715-0914 to talk with a Registration Assistant.
Students can register using Student Planning through MyNIC. There is registration information available here and a short video on how to use Student Planning.
A full list of winter courses can be found here.
All courses will be delivered in digital format or a blended format, with some digital content.
There are a variety of methods instructors are planning for delivery, including, but not limited to, email, Blackboard Learn, Website/Blogging (Wordpress) and web conferencing (BlueJeans, Zoom, etc.). Students will require access to a computer with internet to successfully engage in coursework.
The NIC bookstores have open hours each day. Details about which books are required for your courses, bookstore hours, as well as the refund & return policy, can all be found on the NIC website.
Most registration and transcript services are available to students online through myNIC. You may also access a variety of NIC forms online, including credential requests and registration statements. Completed forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not have access to a computer or Wi-Fi network, or if you require support accessing your myNIC account, please call 1-800-715-0914 and a Registration Assistant will be happy to assist you. You may also call this number if you wish to modify or book an appointment with an Educational Advisor or Counselling services.
As a student, you are eligible to receive a student photo ID card. However, with physical distancing restrictions currently in place face-to-face services in Student Services is unavailable.
You can still get your photo ID card by mail. To do this, you will need to email, from your North Island College email address, a jpeg headshot between 10-2500KB, and a clear copy of another photo ID (driver’s license, passport, BC ID, etc) to: email@example.com. Once Student Services has received your jpeg headshot, they will produce your ID card and mail it to the current address on your NIC student record. If you have moved and not updated your address, you must do this or the card will be sent to the wrong address.