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NPRC’s Admitted Student Checklist

  • Set up your college email
    • Set up your college email at and click “sign in.” Type in your NPRC email address and the temporary password you were provided. It will prompt you to create a unique password. Please keep this new password in a safe place that you will remember. Check this email regularly because all college communications will be sent to your college email.
  • Register for classes
    • As an NPRC student you are encouraged to meet with your Student Engagement Specialist (SES) to complete a degree planning worksheet prior to registering for classes.
    • Once you feel prepared, students may register for classes online through the My NPRC Student Portal.
    • Registration dates and class schedules are posted on the College’s website, the My NPRC Student Portal, and may be obtained by contacting your SES.
    • Once the registration process is finalized, you will be able to view their schedule and tuition bill in the My NPRC Student Portal. Multiple payment options are available.
  • Set up D2L (Brightspace Desire 2 Learn)
    • Go to and log in using your NPRC email and newly created password. In D2L, you will be able to access email, Office 365, class content, and much more.
  • Purchase textbooks
    • Textbooks will be available for purchase at our new online bookstore four weeks prior to the start of the term.
  • Pay tuition
    • By Credit Card
      • Online through My NPRC Student Portal
        • Click on the “Financial” tab and then click on “My bill” under the “Student Billing” header
        • We accept Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express/and E-Check 
        • There is a 2.3% credit card processing fee
      • Call the cashier at (814) 230-9010 to pay with a credit card over the phone
    • By Check
      • Mail a check payable to “Northern Pennsylvania Regional College” to:
        Attn. Cashier
        300 2nd Ave., Suite 500
        Warren, PA 16365
    • Payment Plan
      • If you need to set-up a payment plan, please email to explain your situation and ask for assistance with setting up a payment plan.
  • Submit photo for Student ID
    • Send in a photo for your Student ID to Have someone take a photo of you in front of a plain background, making sure your head and shoulders are in the full frame.
    • A reissuing fee of $10 is charged for lost or damaged IDs. Requests for a new ID can be submitted via email to
  • Apply for Institutional Aid if you would like assistance in funding your education
  • Access the “School Stuff, Tech Stuff and Life Stuff” folders in D2L
    • School Stuff – Review the Student Handbook
    • Tech Stuff – Review the required technology to be a student and explore the videos
    • Life Stuff – Explore the resources available to you to handle stress, time management, and more