Register for classes

Register for Classes
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NIACC makes registering for classes simple by giving you the options to register one of three ways.

  1. By appointment
  2. From the NIACC Website
  3. Through MyNIACC

Register with a Counselor

Meet one on one with an Academic Counselor to develop your career path and register for classes. Contact the Student Development Office today and make an appointment to register.

If you have never taken a class at NIACC, you will need to Apply to NIACC and contact an academic counselor to register after your Application to Admissions has been submitted. Please allow 24hrs for your application to process before registering with a counselor.

Call Student Development at 641-422-4207 or 1-888-GO NIACC ext. 4207

Register from the NIACC Website

Can’t meet with a counselor on campus? Click to Search for Sections and find the course you want to register for (to read the instructions download the “Search for Sections Guide“). Fill out the Course Registration Form online to register for classes! An Academic Counselor will review your registration submission and register you for classes.

Course Registration Form

Register in MyNIACC

If you are a current student, you may have the option to register from your MyNIACC account. Students who have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher and completed 12 to 47 college credits are automatically eligible to register from the Self-Service/WebAdvisor section of MyNIACC. Students who become eligible automatically receive an email notice and a notification in MyNIACC letting them know this option is available. You still have the option to contact your academic counselor if you need a little assistance.

Register with MyNIACC

Registering for
Online courses?

Online Course Registration Form

Registering for Continuing Education Courses?

CE Registration Form

Helpful Links
Search for Sections Guide
Program Evaluation Guide
College Catalog
Help Desk

Student Registration Responsibilities

Students have the responsibility to follow procedures that will assure valid registration for courses. Please read the Student Registration Responsibilities in the NIACC Student Handbook and learn what your responsibilities are when it comes to registration, canceling your registration, graduation application,ID cards and for any questions regarding your registration responsibilities or the academic policies.


Some classes have prerequisites (classes you must complete beforehand) or special requirements—check the course descriptions. You may also view the College Catalog.