Admission Steps for
Non-Degree Seeking Students

If you are interested in taking classes for personal enrichment or to improve job skills but you do not intend to receive a degree from NIC, you are considered a Non-degree Seeking Student. Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid. You may enroll in classes in any of the following ways:

1. Online


2. Mail

  • Find your classes online using the online schedule or by searching for classes at MyNIC. Once you have entered MyNIC, select Search for Classes (no login).
  • Complete the Non-degree Enrollment Form (also included in the printed class schedule) and mail it to:
    North Idaho College
    Registrar's Office
    1000 West Garden Avenue
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

3. FAX

Follow the instructions for completing the Non-degree Enrollment Form in section 2. Mail and FAX to (208) 769-3399.

4. In-Person

  • Complete the Non-degree Enrollment Form and take it to:
    Registrar's Office
    Lee-Kildow Hall
    North Idaho College
    1000 West Garden Avenue
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
  • An enrollment statement will be mailed once your registration is complete.
  • Check the college calendar for registration dates.

5. Visit the Campus

To learn what NIC has to offer you as a student, we encourage you to schedule an individual campus tour at www.nic.edu/admission/visit. Come see what it’s like to walk along the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene, eat at the Market, meet friendly faculty and staff, and hear the cheers at a soccer game. If you can’t make it in person, be sure to check out the campus virtually by visiting the Virtual Tour at www.nic.edu/virtualtour.

6. Be familiar with Campus Safety, Drug and Alcohol Policies, and Emergency Procedures

North Idaho College is committed to the safety and security of its students, employees, and visitors. In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act, the college publishes an annual Security and Fire Safety Report that contains information regarding NIC’s safety policies, crime and fire statistics, and campus resources. A paper copy of the report may be obtained by contacting Campus Security at (208) 769-3310 or visit www.nic.edu/security.

All college employees and students have a responsibility to engage in their own safety and security. As an institution, North Idaho College has several notification systems used during campus emergencies. The Alertus system utilizes a series of beacons that will sound an alarm in college buildings when activated as well as take over the screens of all networked computers with an alert message. In addition, the Cardinal Contact system sends alert messages via email, voicemail, and text to all contacts in the MyNIC system. Employees and students are automatically signed up to receive Cardinal Contact alert messages. Please ensure that you’ll receive alerts by checking your contact information in MyNIC. Log in to MyNIC and then under the “Services” tab, click “User Account” then “Contact Information.” The phone numbers listed as “Cell” will receive text messages via the Cardinal Contact system. The phone numbers listed as “Business” or “Home” will receive voicemail. More lockdown and shelter in place guidelines are available at www.nic.edu/security. There, you can also watch the emergency preparedness video to review responses in an active shooter situation. The college will test emergency procedures each semester with a collegewide drill.

North Idaho College is a drug- and alcohol-free education institution. The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA), as articulated in the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR), Part 86 requires institutions of higher education to establish policies that address unlawful possession, use, or distribution of alcohol and illicit drugs. It also requires the establishment of a drug and alcohol prevention program. Students, staff, and faculty may request additional information by contacting either the Director of Student Disability, Health, and Counseling at (208) 769-7794 or the Director of Student Development at (208) 769-5970. You may also find additional information at www.nic.edu/studenthealth.

7. Pay Tuition

Pay by cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard. Payment can be made through MyNIC with a Visa, MasterCard, or debit card. More information ...

8. Purchase Books

Books can be purchased at the Mica Peak Exchange in the Student Union Building or on-line at www.bkstr.com/nicstore/home.

Schedule a Visit

Virtual Tour

Admissions Checklist

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Admissions

Phone (208) 769-3311
Fax (208) 769-3399
Email admit@nic.edu

Program Applications

Residency

Student Consumer Information

Credit by Exam

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