Welcome Northshore Students
At Northshore College, we care about your success as a student. Utilize the resources below to help navigate the services and resources available to you at NTCC. If at anytime you need support, reach out to a friendly Student Services team member at one of our campuses.
NTCC offers students guidance on course selection and academic goal planning through academic advising services. Learn more about meeting with an advisor on the Advising webpage.
Need help with your resume, interviewing skills, filling out a job application or how to search for a job or internship? Not sure what you want to be when you grow-up? Do you need a job while you are in school? Learn more about assistance available through the Career Services office:
At Northshore Technical Community College, there are several options available for managing payment for tuition and fees. From traditional financial aid options such as grants and loans to Northshore's payment plan, review the information below to find out which option is best for you.
Learning in an online format comes with unique experiences and expectations. Get prepared for success in an online learning environment by reviewing the tools and tips listed in the webpage below.
Each NTCC campus location features a Student Affairs office which serves as a one-stop enrollment center for admissions, financial aid, registration, student records, and student life (plus more!). Review the links below for more information:
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Northshore Technical Community College provides opportunities for students to engage in activities outside of the classroom for further development of their educational purpose.
Technology is everywhere at Northshore Technical Community College and plays an important role in the functioning of our campus and each department. The Information Technology department is dedicated to delivering high quality services to students, faculty, and staff.
Testing Services offers opportunities for current and prospective students, area residents, distance learners and professionals to complete standardized exams and proctored tests in an environment conducive to testing designed to be secure, professional, and distraction free.