The NC Student Card is your pass to College services
including the athletic and fitness centers, use of the
libraries’ learning resources, photocopying and printing
services, computer lab services, student health benefits
and your Regional bus pass. You can submit a photo for
your student card after paying your fees and enrolling in
International Orientation details can be found by
visiting the orientation
Mandatory Health Insurance
All NC International Students are automatically
registered with StudentGuard Health Insurance. If you
are sick, the insurance will cover your urgent medical
care. If your condition is non-urgent, your costs may
not be covered. Check with the insurance provider for
more details about your coverage. Your coverage
You will receive your insurance card in your NC email
within one month of classes starting. If you do not
receive your card, contact your International Student
Advisor. Along with your card, you will be provided a copy
of the policy that is available in several languages. For
an outline of covered services and more information
regarding health care, visit
the health care
page. IMPORTANT: StudentGuard insurance is
mandatory and cannot be cancelled.
When arriving at Canada Customs and Immigration you will need to present your Study Permit Authorization Letter along with your passport. You should also carry your Letter of Acceptance and Invoice receipt with you.
If your program has a work component, present your offer letter to border services.
There are over 1,000 computers between both campuses for you to use free of charge. Computer labs are open early and remain open late so you can complete work after your classes. Each lab is equipped with pay- per-use printers and high speed internet access.
You may find it more convenient to purchase your own laptop to use. There is wireless and wired network access in all campuses.
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