Northwest College

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Academic & Career Advising

First Week Survival Guide

Your MyNWC PORTAL link is found at the top of every NWC webpage. Activate your account by going to nwc.edu/activate. You'll need your student ID number, your name as it appears on the acceptance packet, and birthday (or last 4 digits of your social security number). Call 307-754-6101 if you don't know your student ID number. If you have already logged in to your portal and you don't remember the username or password, use nwc.edu/reset to reset your login.

  • Sign up for Kick-off Weekend at nwc.edu/kickoff. You'll meet people, take tours, learn about campus services, and go white water rafting.
  • Looking for a job on campus? Visit nwc.edu/studentjobs to see what's available.
  • Get your student ID and have it validated at the Library or during Kick-off Weekend.
  • Make any schedule changes before/during the 1st week of classes. View other important dates in the Academic Calendar at nwc.edu/academic-calendar.
Enrollment Services

Orendorff Building - ORB100

  • Admissions nwc.edu/admissions
    307-754-6101 / admissions@nwc.edu

    Official transcripts, immunizations, or student health form.

  • Advising nwc.edu/advising
    307-754-6124 / advising@nwc.edu

    Need help selecting/registering for classes, learn more about transferring to a 4-year college, interested in getting a job, unsure of what career/major you want to pursue, need an advisor, change your advisor. Assistance with resumes, career planning, and job-seeker services.

  • Financial Aid nwc.edu/financialaid
    307-754-6158 / financialaid@nwc.edu

    Hathaway assistance, scholarship help, information about applying for Federal Financial Aid (grants and loans).

  • Registration nwc.edu/register
    307-754-6149 / registrar@nwc.edu

    Add/Drop a class, withdrawal from classes, enrollment verification, FERPA information release, request official degree audit, request an official transcript, graduation application/information.


BOOKSTORE nwc.edu/bookstore

DeWitt Student Center - DSC
307-754-6195 / nwc@bkstr.com

Purchase books for classes and official NWC swag.


BUSINESS OFFICE nwc.edu/businessoffice

Orendorff Building - ORB106
307-754-6048 / businessoffice@nwc.edu

Ask about/pay your bill or set up a payment plan.


CAMPUS MAP nwc.edu/map

CAMPUS SECURITY nwc.edu/security

DeWitt Student Center - DSC222D
307-754-6067 (day)
307-202-0605 (night)

Any safety/security concern, safety escort service, lost and found, free car unlock (car must be registered), and firearm storage. For an emergency, call 911.


COMPUTING SERVICES nwc.edu/it

Moyer Building - MB101
307-754-6080 / it@nwc.edu

Unable to get into your MyNWC Portal, need to register a device on the college Wi-Fi or have a technology related question.

HOUSING & DINING nwc.edu/housing

DeWitt Student Center - DSC
307-754-6165 / housing@nwc.edu

Set up a meal plan, questions about housing.


STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER nwc.edu/studentsuccess

Orendorff Building - ORB101
307-754-6135 / studentsuccesscenter@nwc.edu

Counseling: Dealing with stress; feelings of depression; relationship issues with family, friends, or significant others; eating issues and concerns; grief and loss; low self-esteem and self-confidence; anxiety (including testing); drug/alcohol abuse; sexuality; crisis intervention.

Accessibility Support: If you had an IEP or 504 plan in school, have a documented disability, suspect you have learning difficulties, and need accommodations.


SEXUAL MISCONDUCT/TITLE IX nwc.edu/title9

Orendorff Building - ORB119
307-754-6159 / title9@nwc.edu

To report sexual misconduct.


TRiO nwc.edu/trio

Frisby Building (downstairs) - FRS101
307-754-6224 / trio@nwc.edu

Student Support Services: Help with academic success (planning, goal setting, time management), career & transfer (finding a job, resume, cover letter, transfer to university), personal finances (setting a budget, understanding college bill, and how to pay), financial aid (FAFSA, scholarship apps). Can check-out laptop, calculator, recorder, textbooks. Free school supplies, free food & clothing exchange. Qualify if you are a firstgeneration college student (neither parent has bachelor's degree or higher), or income level meets federal guidelines, or you are a student with a disability (learning, physical, mental, or emotional).


TUTORING nwc.edu/tutoring

Hinckley Library - HL210
307-754-6137 / peertutoring@nwc.edu

Improve your grades, avoid failing or withdrawing from a course, improve performance on recent tests/ quizzes, help performing up to your potential.