MyNSCC unavailable Friday, October 16, 2020 beginning at 5 pm
MyNSCC will be unavailable for use beginning at 5:00pm on Friday, October 16, 2020, likely through the evening into Saturday, October 17 around noon. An email will be sent when the system is back up. We will be performing system maintenance during this time.
2019 Tuition Fee Income Tax Receipts (T2202)
T2202 tax forms will be available online by the end of February – more details »
MyNSCC Idle Timeout Update
We have increased the idle timeout for MyNSCC from 10 minutes to 20 minutes. This configuration change applies to all users.
MyNSCC Successfully Upgraded
MyNSCC was upgraded in July 2014. If you encounter any issues with navigating within MyNSCC, please clear your web browser cache using the instructions found here. After clearing your cache, please close all web browsers and reopen the web browser before attempting to use MyNSCC again.
System Maintenance and Availability
Please note that maintenance may be required on MyNSCC and other college systems on Saturdays during the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Systems may be available during this time but also will be subject to sporadic outages.
Sample NSCC Computer Account Access Notification Letter.
Many students received their NSCC computer user account and password information via a letter to their personal email account. However, some students did not as we did not have personal email accounts on file for everyone. If you did not receive your user account and password via this method, they will be made available to you in class at the beginning of the term. Once you have your ID and password information, simply consult this sample letter for all the information you need to know about beginning to use your NSCC computer account.
Click here to download the sample letter (PDF 56KB)
Getting Support via Student Personal Email Addresses
Many students have provided NSCC with personal email addresses and these addresses are stored in your information in MyNSCC. You can view what we currently have on file by logging into MyNSCC and navigating to the "Email Addresses" area of your personal information. Please ensure this information is kept up to date.
Having this information allows us to communicate potentially sensitive information to you (for example, a newly reset password) if for some reason your NSCC computer accounts are not operational and you are not available to come to a campus in person to address the issue.