NIC Fall & Winter Timetable Now Live

North Island College has posted an updated timetable to reflect how classes will be delivered at North Island College this Fall.

Registration for Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 classes opens for continuing students on Monday June 1st, new students can register from Monday, June 8th. Classes fill quickly once registration opens, you are advised to register as soon as possible.

Follow these easy steps to register for Fall 2020 and Winter 2021

Note: Course registration is open for students currently invited or continuing in NIC programs. If you are a new student or have been away for an academic year you will need to start by applying to your program at EducationPlannerBC. Once Admissions invites you to the program, you will be able to register. If you’re not sure which program you should take or need support choosing your classes, contact a NIC educational advisor.

Step 1:

Visit our Course Codes webpage which will help you understand course codes and delivery methods.

Step 2:

Pay your deposit. Deposit payments need to be processed prior to registration.

Deposits can be paid online through your myNIC account.

Go to myNIC > Self-Service > Students > Financial Information > View Account and Make a Payment.

Payment methods:

  • Electronic: credit card, online banking transfer (Visa Debit Cards are NOT accepted)
  • By mail: cheque or money order (see Locations pages for address of your nearest campus)

Step 3:

Visit the Fall timetable and register for your Fall 2020 courses.

Visit the Winter timetable and register for your Winter 2021 courses

Programs:

For a full list of programs starting this Fall. The Fall 2020 Program Delivery Overview describes how each of NIC’s programs will be delivered.

Need more help:

Educational Advisors are available to support your educational and timetable planning or answer any questions you may have about course delivery. Appointments are available by phone or video conferencing and can booked online or by calling 1-800-715-0914 (toll free in Canada).

 

Financial Aid Advisors are available to help access loans and grants.