Congratulations! You are one step closer to beginning your college journey as a Scorpion. With your admissions application submitted, you can apply for financial aid, learn more about grants and scholarship opportunities, and understand the enrollment process. Follow the important steps in the list below to BE READY on day one.
EXPLORE YOUR FINANCIAL AID OPTIONS
Complete your Free Application For Federal Student Aid at
fafsa.gov. Receive your electronic signature (pin) from
https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm Be prepared with your previous year’s tax return.
Identify if you qualify for scholarships, grants, or loans.
Look into Nevada State College payment plans if you need more aid options.
ENROLL IN CLASSES
Submit your ACT/SAT scores or take the placement test. If you did not take the ACT/SAT you will need to take a placement test. Find out about signing up for the placement test
here. Once you are admitted - submit your immunization records to the Med+Proctor. Detailed information can be found
HERE. Once you are admitted -
. This is mandatory for all new first-year students before registering for courses. sign up for on-campus orientation Submit final official transcripts after you graduate high school. (Graduation date and final grades must be posted.)
Once you are admitted - submit your immunization records to the Med+Proctor. Detailed information can be found
HERE. Once you have been admitted - contact your
Academic Advisor to discuss transfer credits and course registration. Submit all final official transcripts when your degree or final grades are posted.
Need a ride to campus? The
RTC offers a special discount for Nevada State College students.
Get your student ID during orientation, or visit the Information Technology Services office on the second floor of the Rogers Student Center.
Parking is free! No parking pass is required for students, faculty, or guests.
Contact the Disability Resource Center program coordinator to discuss any special needs, classroom service options, and important information for all students with disabilities.