The Academic Advising Center works collaboratively with students to develop achievable educational and career plans through a commitment and understanding of the Nevada State College curriculum. Academic Advisors empower students to take ownership of their degree while working together to create a realistic pathway to graduation.
- Academic Advising Center Mission Statement
For more information about the Academic Advising Center, including what guides our vision for Nevada State Advising, Student Learning Outcomes, Advisor/Advisee Responsibilities, and the Global Values of Advising Practices, please review our 2018-2019 Advising Syllabus.
The Academic Advising Center is a dedicated team of Advisors committed to your academic success at NSC. By providing the right advice and guidance, we help students meet their educational and personal objectives.
Academic Advisors work with all students who need assistance navigating their time at Nevada State. Any student who has earned less than 60 credits will be assigned to an advising "team" based on your declared major. NSC operates under a 60+ advising model. If you have earned more than 60 credits, you will be advised by a faculty advisor from the College which you are majoring in.
We recommend scheduling in-person visits to maximize our impact and your time. Phone appointments are also an option, but must be scheduled in advance during our regular appointment times. Call us today at 702.992.2160 to start or continue the conversation about your path to a fulfilling future!
Appointments are available Monday 11AM-4PM, Tuesday through Friday 9AM-4PM.
The Academic Advising Center strives to ensure that after you’ve completed your degree at Nevada State, you’ll be prepared to succeed in your career, in graduate school, or to whatever new heights your road ahead takes you!
The Academic Advising Center strives to support students navigate the college so they can reach their academic goals. Here are a few reasons why you might want to make an appointment to see an academic advisor.
Regular interactions with an Academic Advisor has proven to increase graduation rates and satisfaction with a students' college experience. Because of this, NSC requires all Freshman meet with an Advisor prior to registration each semester. An advising hold (RO1) is placed on each students account preventing them from registering until they have met with advisor. Please plan to meet with your Advisor sometime between weeks 8-12 each semester.
NOTE: Beginning Fall 2018, all students who have earned less than 60 credits AND all Pre-Education students will be required to meet with an Advisor prior to registration.
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Benjamin Franklin
Each school has created degree planning tools to help students plan their way to graduation. Advisors are here to help advise you along the way. While Advisors will not choose classes for you or enroll you into classes, we are more than happy to offer suggestions, give you insight, and help you understand how to use these tools to stay on track towards the completion of your degree.
Most majors/programs have degree worksheets that list requirements to complete the program. Some requirements have prescribed or specific courses that you have to take, while other requirements provide a list of options. You may find the 2017-18 degree sheets located outside of the Academic Advising Center, if you need prior catalog years, please visit with your Academic Advisor.