Continuously enrolled students
Degree seeking and non-degree students who have been continuously enrolled, can register for available online courses through MY PACK PORTAL.
New non-degree students
Please visit the NCSU homepage, http://www.ncsu.edu/, select the APPLY NOW link located at the bottom left of the screen or select the Non-Degree Studies link located on the Registration and Records homepage, http://www.ncsu.edu/nds/. Once the application has been reviewed and you have received notification along with registration credentials, you will register for available courses through MY PACK PORTAL.
Note: Students who are unable to come to campus to take quizzes, tests or exams (i.e. out of state, etc.), please read the "Need for a Coordinator" information below.
Courses that require Departmental Approval
Students cannot add courses designated as requiring Departmental Approval. Request to be registered for the course should include justification to take the course distance education versus on-campus and be directed to either the course instructor or the Department Head, Dr. Jon Rust. If you receive permission to register for the course you will need to contact the Academic Programs office, (919) 515-6627 to be registered for the course.
Calendars, University Forms, Important Registration Information
You will find important guidelines, calendars, and other helpful information on the Registration and Records homepage, http://www.ncsu.edu/registrar/.
Need for a Coordinator
A coordinator is required for students who are unable to arrange to take scheduled tests, quizzes, and exams on campus. Coordinators should take every reasonable precaution to protect the integrity of all exams and quizzes. You and your coordinator should not share a mailing address and should meet the following criteria:
- An educator from an institution near you (i.e. a community college or high school)
- Human resources department employee of your company
- A supervisor
- The coordinator cannot be related to you or work for you
Coordinator's responsibilities will include:
- Receiving and returning homework, and exams according to schedules provided by the instructor
- Supervising quizzes and examinations
Specific contact information for your coordinator will be requested at the beginning of the semester. It is important that this information be received immediately to avoid any delay in you receiving important materials.
Tuition, Fees, and Billing
Please refer to the Cashier's web site for important information, deadlines, and policies, http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/. Pay particular attention to late registration dates, imposed late fees, and prepayment requirements.
For current distance education tuition information, visit http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/tuition/de_index.asp
Please note tuition is subject to change without notice due to Legislative increases. Please visit the Cashier's website for billing information: http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/. Other helpful information can be found on the Distance Education Tuition and Fees website located at http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/tuition/de.asp.