As of Monday, November 8, you will need to use MyNVC Self-Service to register for the spring 2022 semester. You can access Self-Service directly from the MyNVC page of the website, and you can always contact the Welcome Center if you need help accessing Self-Service.
Service is Napa Valley College's platform for class search and
registration. When you go to MyNVC, there are five ways that classes are
Main Campus/Napa: Fully in-person classes
Hybrid: Classes with a combination of in-person and online instruction
Online—Synchronous: Classes with required online meetings
Online—Asynchronous: Classes without required online meetings
Online—Synch/Asynch Combo: Classes with a combination of synchronous online meeting and asynchronous learning time
you do not see a course available this semester that was planned for
registration in your Educational Plan or Timeline, type the course (ex:
ENGL-120) on the "Search for Courses" box. If a course is being offered,
you will see a "View Available Section for..." drop down menu. If you
are unable to register using the "Register via Student Planning" link,
then please use the "Search/Register for Sections" link. For further
assistance, please schedule an appointment with a counselor.
Vaccine Reguirements for Spring 2022
Napa Valley College requires that any student taking in-person classes or
accessing in-person services in spring 2022 must be fully vaccinated against
COVID-19 no later than January 18, 2022. When you
register for an in-person class you will receive an email and/or text message
with a link to where you will securely upload your vaccination record or seek
approval of a weekly testing alternative for a medical or religious exemption.
Registering for an in-person class also constitutes your permission for
checking your vaccination record against state public health databases.
who are registered for in-person classes in the spring semester and
have not submitted valid documentation prior to the first day of
scheduled class(es) will be dropped.
Face Masks Required Indoors
individuals on the Napa Valley College campus, including staff,
faculty, students, community members, vendors and visitors, will
continue to be required to wear face masks when entering any building,
whether or not you have been vaccinated.