We are excitedly anticipating each of you arriving on campus! This page will give you all the details of what you need to know about arriving on campus and how the beginning of the college year will look.
There are several links and documents on this page that you will need to read, and there are some forms that you will need to fill out before arriving at NBC in September.
Arrival Dates & Times
Monday, September 7
Juniors & Senior Students
Thursday, September 10
Friday, September 11
See the schedule below for specific times and events. A more specific schedule will be ready when you arrive.
What You Need to Do Before Arriving:
1. READ THE STUDENT HANDBOOK
2. READ THROUGH NBC COMMUNITY STANDARDS FORM
3. ROOMMATE QUESTIONNAIRE
4. APPLY FOR STUDENT AID (If needed)
5. GET UPDATED POLICE CHECK & VULNERABLE SECTORS CHECK FROM LOCAL POLICE ATTACHMENT
Check on the right hand side of this web page for more information.
Want to know what the semester schedule and your class schedule will look like? See below for the 1st Semester Course Schedule and Calendar. You can download and print them by clicking on the buttons below.
Click on the Course Descriptions Button to read more about the courses - Fall course syllabi will be available mid August.
Student Handbook & Community Standards
Please read the Student Handbook before arriving on campus. These are the guidelines that we will expect you to live by while a student at NBC. When you arrive on campus, you will be asked to sign the Community Standards Agreement Form (click on the button below to read).
Please take time to fill out the following questionnaire so that we can carefully pair you with the roommate you will have while a student at NBC. This needs to be completed by August 16th.
Student Financial Aid
Needing help with finances for your tuition? Click below to read the details about available funds for bursaries or Student Loans. Fill out the application for Student Aid funds and mail/email it to email@example.com by August 16th.
What to Bring:
*Bedding (sheets, quilt, pillow) for twin bed
*Toiletries (soap, shampoo, razors etc.), towel, face cloths
*Binders, notebooks, paper, handbook
*Pens, pencils, markers, erasers, highlighters
*Sports equipment (soccer gear, running shoes, gloves, skates, hockey equipment, etc.) - Optional
*Any musical instrument you want to play
*Medicine (Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Buckley’s)
*ID (Driver’s license-healthcare card)
*Laptop/computer/printer (With Microsoft Word or Pages)
*Clothes, shoes, laundry basket & detergents
What NOT to bring:
*Weapons (guns, knives)
Click here to get an idea of where everything is on campus.
A Note to Parents/Guardians in Regards to Arrival
In response to COVID-19, we ask that you follow these regulations and restrictions if you are dropping off your student:
-Please don’t come on campus if you are sick.
-Immediate family members are welcome to help their student move into the dorm.
-Family members may take a self-guided tour around campus if they wish.
-On-campus time for visitors should not exceed 2 hours.
-Hotels are listed below if you need accommodations for the night.
-Only students are able to eat in the dining hall. You will need to make alternate arrangements for meals.
Hotels in Nipawin
Green Groves Motel - 1.306.862.4633
720 - 726 8 Street West
Tobin Lake Motel - 1.306.862.4681
305 1 Avenue East
Northern Greens Resort - 1.866.862.6826
22 Evergreen Drive