Is Navarro College accepting applications for the Summer and Fall? Can we register for classes?
Applications and registration for the Summer and Fall terms are now open. Visit https://www.navarrocollege.edu/admissions/ for steps to apply, then visit https://www.navarrocollege.edu/admissions/next-steps/ for your next steps to registration.
Will the Fall semester begin on time?
Yes, the Fall 2020 semester will begin as scheduled on Monday, August 24th. Please see the following important dates for the Fall semester:
|Deadline to register for 16-week classes||Saturday, August 22nd|
|16-week classes begin||Monday, August 24th|
|First 8-week classes begin||Monday, August 24th|
|Labor Day (College closed)||Monday, September 7th|
|Second 8-week classes begin||Monday, October 19th|
|Thanksgiving Holiday (College closed)||November 25 - 28|
|16-week and Second 8-week final exams||December 8 - 12|
For more key dates and information, please see the Academic Calendar.
Will Navarro College offer face-to-face courses in the Summer and Fall?
Navarro College will offer hybrid and online courses in the Summer. Hybrid students will be notified by their instructors on when and how their class will meet on campus.
Fall courses will be offered in traditional face-to-face, hybrid and online methods. To control on-campus presence and classroom density, class times and rooms may be changed.
Does re-opening include proctored exams?
We will not have any proctored exams for the duration of the summer.
Some colleges and universities have adapted their Fall schedules following the Thanksgiving holiday. What are Navarro College’s plans following Thanksgiving?
Navarro College’s leadership team continues to monitor the pandemic and receives input on a daily basis from community health and safety partners. As the situation is fluid, Navarro College will delay a decision until later in the fall regarding plans following Thanksgiving.
If classes were to convert to an online, remote format, Navarro College will continue to offer campus services, including housing, food services, and academic resources. Please note that tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be prorated or refunded.
How will Navarro College enforce social distancing in the classroom?
To accommodate social distancing requirements classrooms may be rearranged, desks or tables taped off in order to allow space between students.
Should I enroll in both 8-week sessions at once?
Yes. Navarro College advises students to enroll in both 8-week sessions at once, especially if they are using financial aid. Students should contact their academic advisor or financial aid advisor if they plan to make changes to their schedule.
Will my financial aid be impacted by taking 8-week courses?
No. Current financial aid practices will remain the same and financial aid is still awarded based upon the number of credits a student takes per semester. As a result, Navarro College recommends that students register for all their courses (including 16 week, first and second 8-week terms) prior to the start of the semester.
Will Navarro College offer pass/no-pass grading during the Summer or Fall?
Navarro College will not offer pass/no-pass grading during the Summer or Fall 2020 semester.
If conditions require the College to convert all instruction to an online format, will students receive refunds?
Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be prorated or refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year.
QUESTIONS ABOUT COVID-19?
If you have questions about NC’s reponse to COVID-19 that are not answered on this page or covered in our frequently asked questions, please submit them through this form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please note, that we’re not in a position to answer scientific questions about the virus. Please visit the Centers for Disease Control for those questions.