Let’s get you registered for class. 

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The Registration Process

1. Review Your DegreeWorks

It is recommended to review DegreeWorks before meeting with your advisor to get an idea of the classes you may be registering for. 

What is it?

Degree Works is a computerized degree audit program and academic advising tool designed to help you and advisors review progress of program requirements, prepare for registration, and plan for graduation.

Getting Started

  1. Log in to BannerWeb –

  2. Click on Student Services

  3. Click on Degree Works link

More information on using Degree Works can be found in the Student Manual.

For more information on DegreeWorks, please visit the Registrar

2. Meet with your advisor

Who Is My Advisor?

Your Advisor’s name and contact information are also included in your Admissions Decision Letter.

You can also lookup your Advisor’s name Via BannerWeb:

  • Go to BannerWeb SSO
    • Visit the “BannerWeb” link to be logged in to BannerWeb
  • Select: Student Records > View Student Information > Select current semester > Primary Advisor

NOTE: Advisement is designed to help you establish an appropriate curriculum plan to meet your academic and career goals. However, you are personally responsible for fulfilling all graduation and other academic requirements.

3. Access BannerWeb and Complete Registration

Important: You will need a Registration Access Code from your Advisor to register.

To Register:

  1. Login to your BannerWeb Account
  2. Select Student Services > Registration > Add/Drop Classes
  3. Choose the correct semester from the drop-down box> Submit
  4. Enter your Registration Access Code > Submit
  5. Enter the Course Registration Number (CRN) for each class you would like to add.
    • If you do not know the CRN, click Class Search at the bottom of the screen.
    • Check the box to the left of the correct CRN > Register
  • To Register for a course that has a lecture and a lab (for example, BIOL 2113 and BIOL 2113L)
    • Enter both CRNs in the Add Classes Worksheet Submit
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Banner FAQ

Banner Web gives you access to your personal and academic information via the Internet. Through BannerWeb, you have the ability to view grades, transcripts, schedules, holds, account balances, financial aid information and much more.

Frequently Asked Questions

You will have access to BannerWeb after you have received your decision/acceptance letter.

To log in to BannerWeb:

Current Students

  1. Go to the Okta Dashboard
  2. Your User Name is your email address
  3. Your Password is your email/okta password
  4. Once signed in visit the “BannerWeb” link on the dashboard


  1. Go to BannerWeb 
  2. Choose Enter Secure Area
  3. Your User ID or Login ID is your student ID number
  4. Your PIN is your birthdate in the MMDDYY format

Email the IT Help Desk Technician at

Include the following information in your email:

  1. Your name
  2. Your NGTC Student ID#
  3. Your NGTC email address
  4. Your birth date MMDDYY

Remember your BannerWeb SSO password is the same as your email

It is your responsibility not to share your login information with other individuals. Multi-factor authentication adds a layer of protection; however, if you suspect someone has obtained your information without your knowledge, change your password immediately, and report the incident to the IT Help Desk Technician at

Your advisor’s name and contact information are included in your Admissions Decision Letter.

You can also look up your advisor’s name in BannerWeb SSO. After logging in visit Student Records> View Student Information> Select current semester> Primary Advisor

Only your Advisor can provide the Registration Access Code. Contact him or her for assistance.

Use Class Search at the bottom of the registration screen > Check the box to the left of the correct CRN > Register.

When registering for a course that has a lecture and a lab (for example, BIOL 2113 and BIOL 2113L)

  1. Enter both CRNs in the Add Classes Worksheet
  2. Submit

Students may drop classes in BannerWeb until the end of the drop/add period each semester.  The third class day of each semester is the last day to drop for a full refund of tuition and fees.  Students may also drop on the fourth class day of each semester, but tuition and fees will not be refunded for drops made on this day.  See your academic and financial aid counselor prior to dropping classes to determine how it will affect your progress toward graduation and your financial aid award.

  1. Go to Registrar – Add/Drop Classes
  2. From the dropdown Action menu, choose: Drop-Banner Web> Submit Changes.
  3. When your schedule is correct, click Exit at the top right of the screen.

After the drop/add period ends, the student must contact the instructor for each course or their advisor to withdraw from the course. Prior to withdrawing from the course(s), the student is strongly encouraged to communicate their decision for withdrawal with their program advisor. It is also recommended that the student consults with his or her Financial Aid advisor to determine what financial consequences may apply prior to withdrawing from the course. No student who has attended or participated in class during the last week of the semester may be withdrawn.

Student Services & Financial Aid > Student Records > Account Summary.

Student Services & Financial Aid > Student Records > Pay by Check or Credit Card > Choose correct semester

  1. Student Services & Financial Aid > Registration > Student Detail Schedule
  2. Choose correct semester
  3. Submit

Student Services & Financial Aid > Student Records > View Final Grades.

  • Student Services & Financial Aid > Student Records> Unofficial Transcript > Select All Levels and Student Transcript Unofficial from drop-down menu > Submit
  • To see awarded transfer credit, scroll to the bottom of the page

Student Services & Financial Aid > Student Records > Order Official Transcript

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