Spring/Summer 2021

Spring/Summer course registration is open for students currently invited or continuing in NIC programs. If you are a new student or have been away for an academic year you will need to start by applying to your program at EducationPlannerBC. Once Admissions invites you to the program, you will be able to register. If you’re not sure which program you should take or need support choosing your classes, contact a NIC educational advisor.

Term schedules

NIC offers Spring/Summer courses through three term options, so you can pick the schedule that works for you:

Spring Term (noted as spring in Timetable)

  • 7-week Spring Intersession: May 3 – June 18; exams June 21-26
  • 14-week Spring Term: May 3 – Aug 6; exams Aug 9 – 21

Summer Term (noted as summer in Timetable)

  • 7-week Summer Intersession: July 5 – Aug 20; exams Aug 23 – 28

Delivery

NIC Spring/Summer courses are offered through either digital delivery (fully online) or on-campus blended delivery (some on-campus components). You can find the delivery method in the course code in the Timetable (see below).

Timetable

The NIC Timetable shows you which courses are currently scheduled, including location, delivery method and instructor information. To determine if your desired program is already scheduled and accepting applications, select the available term button. For more detailed information on programs, we recommend you visit the individual program pages.

Once accepted into an NIC program, follow these easy steps to register in courses:

Step 1:

Visit our Course Codes webpage which will help you understand course codes and delivery methods.

Step 2:

Pay your deposit. Deposit payments need to be processed prior to registration.

Deposits can be paid online through your myNIC account.

Go to myNIC > Self-Service > Students > Financial Information > View Account and Make a Payment.

Payment methods:

  • Electronic: credit card, online banking transfer (Visa Debit Cards are NOT accepted)
  • By mail: cheque or money order (see Locations pages for address of your nearest campus)

Step 3:

Visit the timetable and register for NIC Courses