Forms & FAQs
Our primary function is to maintain the accuracy and security of the academic records of National Park Community College in an atmosphere of professionalism, collegiality and confidentiality to our students and faculty and to apply the academic policies and regulations established by the institution.
NOTE: Semester grades are not mailed to students but are available online. A few days after the semester ends faculty begin submitting the term grades. All grades should be posted approximately seven to ten days after the semester ends. Log in to OASIS online via the NPCC web page to view your grades or your unofficial transcript.
|Academic Review Request||Enrollment Verification Request|
|Nondisclosure||Residency Reclassification||Student Data Change|
Frequently Asked Questions:
|How do I apply for admission?||How can I return to NPCC once I stopped attending?||What courses are offered each semester?|
|How can I get into a closed class?||How can I withdraw from a class(es)?||How do I apply for graduation?|
|How do I order a transcript?||What is Enrollment Verification?||How do I establish residency?|
Q: How do I apply for admission? A: Visit the Admissions page to find descriptions on how to apply based on the type of student you want to be at NPCC.
Q: How can I return to NPCC once I stopped attending? A: If you have not attended NPCC for at least two years, you must reapply for admission. If you have attended another college since enrolling at NPCC, you must also have a copy of your official transcript from the school(s) you attended sent to the Registrar’s office at NPCC.
Q: What courses are offered each semester? A: Please visit the Schedule of Classes page to see courses for the desired semester.
Q: How can I get into a closed class? A: NPCC has established a Waitlist process, however, waitlisting for a class does not guarantee you a seat in that class. If a seat becomes available in the closed class during the enrollment period and you are in the first position on the waitlist, your status will change from “waiting” to “enrolled”, unless there is a time conflict. It is advised that you check your status periodically during the enrollment period, and make any necessary adjustments.
Q: How can I withdraw from a class(es)? A: If you intend to withdraw from a course, you must officially withdraw through your NPCC online OASIS student account or by filing a completed Drop/Add Form available in the Student Services Center or Office of the Registrar. Check the Academic Calendar for online availability to drop or withdraw and the college deadlines.
Q: How do I apply for graduation? A: Go to the graduation requirements page for more information.
Q: How do I order a transcript? A: All transcripts must be requested in writing; please use the Transcript Request Form. NPCC processes official transcripts only. All official transcripts are $2 per copy and will not be processed until the fee is paid. Any exemptions from paying the fee must be approved by the Registrar’s Office. Financial obligations to NPCC must be satisfied before a transcript may be issued. We do not fax transcripts nor accept phone requests. Transcripts are not processed on a while-you-wait basis. Transcripts will be processed as soon as possible. Please allow at least 2 weeks processing at the beginning and end of the semester.
Q: What is Enrollment Verification? A: Enrollment Verifications serve as proof of your status as a student. Insurance companies, loan agencies and other organizations may require a verification in order for you to be eligible for certain benefits. In some cases, verification may be necessary to prove that you did not attend National Park Community College. Please see the Enrollment Verification page for more information.
Q: How do I establish residency? A: For the purpose of assessing tuition payment based on legal residency, students are identified as in-district, out-of-district, out-of-state, or international. Residency is determined by Arkansas Law as follows:
Classification for residency purposes is made at the time of admission. In determining residency, the following applies: