Welcome to the Office of the Registrar at Nevada State College! We establish and maintain the academic enrollment records of our students and exist to make your life easier. We strive to BE RESPONSIVE, respectful, and accurate to all students, faculty, staff, and administrators who request our services, while upholding and maintaining the policies and procedures of the college. We look forward to answering your questions and connecting you with any information and documentation you may need.
The following are PDF versions of our current and past Academic Calendars. If you are looking for the interactive calendar, please click here.
To view the current undergraduate academic catalog please visit here.
For archived catalogs, please visit here.
Find out how to enroll in classes using the steps below.
Note: To view classes being offered, click here.
Before you enroll, check:
Congratulations! You've worked hard here at Nevada State and now it's time to get recognized. Before you put on your cap and gown at commencement ceremony, follow this checklist to ensure you are on the right track to getting your diploma.
You must have an expected senior standing at the time of your application. In other words, your earned credits plus the credits you are currently enrolled in should equal 90 or more and 75% of your degree requirements have been completed. This should occur approximately 2 academic semesters before your anticipated final semester.
Note: Graduation requirements are determined based on the requirements in effect in your catalog year.
Anticipated Graduation Date Changed? If you do not anticipate completing your degree requirements in the semester you applied for, you must submit a completed Graduation Update Notification E-Form. Failure to do so will prevent you from registering and applying for a future semester.
Please visit www.nsc.edu/commencement for more information.
Nevada State confers degrees three (3) times per academic year.
See the Academic Calendar for the semester's "grades due by" dates.
Diplomas are ordered after all degrees are conferred and it will take approximately 12 weeks to be mailed. Diplomas will be mailed to the home address listed on the Student Center. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure the address on record is accurate and up-to-date.
Students with outstanding financial obligations will not receive their diploma until all such obligations have been met. Please note that we do not automatically send transcripts to outside agencies, such as licensing boards; a transcript request must be submitted along with the appropriate fees.
Students may access their unofficial transcripts through their myNSC Student Center free of charge.
There are three options for ordering official transcripts:
Option 1: Official transcripts to be sent to another Nevada System of Higher Education ( NSHE ) Institution.
Option 3: Official transcripts ordered with a Transcript Request form
If neither of the options are applicable to you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a PDF copy of the Transcript Request form to be sent to you.
Once you have received the form, completely fill out the request form and submit to the Office of the Registrar via postal mail with cash, check, or money order. Please make checks payable to: Board of Regents
Once you are admitted to Nevada State, check your residency classification in your Student Center!
If you are currently classified as OUT-OF-STATE residency you may be eligible for either in-state residency for tuition purposes or the reduced tuition Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program. To be considered for in-state residency or WUE status, admitted students must submit a completed form/application with supporting documentation.
Click one of the three available pathways below and submit your completed application with supporting documentation.
1) NSHE Residency Form (PDF): For students who wish to establish Nevada residency for tuition purposes.
2) Veterans, Spouse and Dependents (PDF): For students who are a veterans, spouses, or dependents of a veteran, and do not qualify under the NSHE Residency Form above. Please carefully review this form to determine if you qualify under this option.
3) WUE Application (PDF): For newly admitted students who are in a degree-seeking program. Both first time freshmen and transfer students may be eligible. The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is a program of the Western Interstate Commission of Higher Education (WICHE).
All forms and supporting documents may be scanned (including camera/phone image) and e-mailed, postal mailed, hand delivered, or faxed.
For additional questions please contact email@example.com or 702.992.2109.
We adhere to FERPA law in regards to student confidentiality. FERPA stands for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. It is federal law designed to protect the privacy of education records. It also provides guidelines for appropriately using and releasing student education records. To view our FERPA Policy, please go here.
Completed forms may be turned in to the Office of the Registrar in person, by fax, e-mail, or postal mail. Incomplete or illegible forms will not be processed.
Some forms such as appeals and petitions may only be obtained with departmental permission. Please contact the specific schools or departments for additional information.
The Office of the Registrar performs initial transfer credit evaluation according to policies established by the college and by the Nevada System of Higher Education.
A student who wishes to contest the outcome of his or her transfer course evaluation (i.e. the course was found not to be equivalent to a Nevada State College course or not satisfy a particular requirement) may submit a petition for curriculum substitution to the Records Coordinator.
The petition must include supporting documents (e.g. course description, syllabus) and other pertinent material related to the course in order to ensure a thorough review and consideration of the petition.
The Records Coordinator will route the petition to the department/school that teaches the course or is in charge of the course discipline. The department chair/designee will make the decision to approve/deny the petition.
If the petition is denied, the student may submit an appeal to the dean of the school. If the dean upholds the denial and the student continues to disagree with the decision, the student may submit an appeal to the Provost. The decision of the Provost/designee will be final.
Denied petitions will be given a reason for the denial via email.
Students who are not satisfied with the final decision by NSC may request a review of a transfer credit evaluation by the NSHE Articulation Coordinating Committee by submitting the Nevada System of Higher Education Transfer Credit Request for Review.
The Nevada Board of Regents provides a waiver of certain fees for former Nevada foster youth who meet eligibility requirements. An NSHE institution may waive registration fees and certain laboratory fees in fall and spring semesters for eligible students pursuant to Title 4, Chapter 17, Section 13 of the Handbook. To determine if you are eligible, complete this form and provide the required documentation to:
Office of the Registrar
Nevada State College
1300 Nevada State Dr
Henderson, NV 89002
ATTN: Office of the Registrar
Nevada State College
The Nevada Board of Regents provides a waiver of certain fees related to registration to eligible veterans who have been awarded the Purple Heart for their service in the U.S. Armed Forces. An NSHE institution shall waive registration, laboratory and other mandatory fees for eligible students pursuant to Title 4, Chapter 17, Section 14 of the Handbook. To determine if you are eligible, complete this form and provide the required documentation to your institution’s designated office as listed below on page 2. The institution may request additional information or documentation to verify eligibility.
The Nevada Board of Regents provides a waiver of certain fees related to registration to a Native American student who is a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe or nation, all or part of which is located within the boundaries of Nevada, or who is certified by the enrollment department of such tribe or nation or by the Bureau of Indian Affairs as being a descendant of an enrolled member of such tribe or nation, all or part of which is located within the boundaries of Nevada, regardless of member status. An NSHE institution shall waive registration, laboratory and other mandatory fees for eligible students pursuant to Title 4, Chapter 17, Section 15 of the Handbook. To determine if you are eligible, complete the NSHE Native American Fee Waiver form found on this website and provide the required documentation to your institution’s designated office as listed below on page 2. The institution may request additional information or documentation to verify eligibility.
To be eligible for the NSHE Native American Fee Waiver a student must be a resident of Nevada for no less than one year (NRS 396). This certification is used to support a claim that you have resided in Nevada for no less than one year prior to applying for the NSHE Native American Fee Waiver. The definition of “resident” is found in NRS 10.155. This certification will be accepted as a form of evidence for residency status for purposes of this waiver.
Placement Testing is used for placing students into English and Mathematics classes. It is not required if the student already has SAT or ACT scores, or other English and/or Mathematics courses from another NSHE institution.
For more information regarding placement testing please contact Academic Advising.
|Placement Testing Links|
The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAStm) is required for all students applying to the regular or part-time nursing programs.
How to Register for TEAS with NSC:
ATI TEAS Testing Dates
|TEAS TEST DATE||Application Term||Test Format||Registration Link||Payment Due Date:|
|July 9th, 2021||Spring 2022||Remote||Closed||Due Before July 7th, 2021|
|July 23rd, 2021||Spring 2022||Remote||Closed||Due Before July 21st, 2021|
|August 6th, 2021||Spring 2022||Remote||Closed||Due Before August 4th, 2021|
|August 20th, 2021||Spring 2022||Remote||Closed||Due Before August 18th, 2021|
|September 3rd, 2021||Spring 2022||Remote||Closed||Due before September 1st, 2021|
Note: ATI TEAS testing is also available directly through ATI. Dates listed on ATI do not coincide with the dates listed above. For more information, please visit ATI's website at: http://www.atitesting.com/home.aspx
To get started with using your Military Tuition Assistance benefits, please read and complete the steps listed on the Active Duty Military Tuition Assistance Benefits Checklist listed below.
To avoid delays on your DOD Tuition Assistance authorization, please follow the steps below and submit all required documents.
Note: SAT and ACT scores may be submitted in lieu of placement testing.
SEND TRANSCRIPTS TO:
Nevada State College
Office of Admissions and Recruitment
1300 Nevada State Drive, Bldg E
Henderson, NV 89002
REQUEST MILITARY TRANSCRIPTS
You will need to be admitted to Nevada State College to continue the following steps:
Note: Failure to submit an approved educational plan may result in a registration hold for the following semester.
Is a “Statement of charges” keeping you from getting your DODTA authorization from your ESO or military portal? Some branches require it and some do not. If you do indeed need to verify Cost Verification form BEFORE you can get your DODTA authorization, please follow these steps:
Please let us know if we may be of any further assistance. Thank you for choosing NSC to pursue your academic goals!