Academics & Majors
Degrees and Programs – Our range of course offerings gives you the flexibility to explore your options and find the major that best fits your interests. Learn More
Academic Success Center(ASC) – Nevada State’s offers you a range of services including free one-on-one and group tutoring sessions. Learn More
Academic Calendar – Find out important dates for the upcoming year. Learn More
Writing Center – The Nevada State College Writing Center offers free writing support for Nevada State students. Learn More
Costs & Aid
Tuition and Fees – College is an investment of a lifetime. Learn about your options and the resources available for students. Learn More
Financial Aid – With many financial aid programs available, don’t let finances stop you from achieving a college education. Learn More
Admissions & Recruitment Scholarships – Learn about available scholarship opportunities and find out how to apply. Learn More
VA Education Benefits – Veterans are eligible to receive benefits through the VA Education Benefits program. Learn More
Explore and Visit
Schedule a Campus Tour – Our knowledgeable Student Ambassadors will guide you on exploring the highlights of our beautiful campus. Learn More
Campus maps and hours – Information about buildings and classrooms. Learn More
Student Life – Student government, clubs and organizations, and campus recreation. Learn more
High School GPA:
- Cumulative, unweighted high school GPA of at least 2.5
High School Courses:
- English: Emphasis on composition, rhetoric, and American, English, and world literature (4 units)
- Mathematics: Three units including at least two units of algebra 1 and higher level mathematics, chosen from second year algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, probability and statistics, and other advanced mathematics (3 units)
- Natural Sciences: (lab or simulation) Including biology, chemistry or physics, with at least one year in laboratory science (2 units)
- Social Science/Studies: Including world history and geography, US history, economics, government, or law (3 units)
- Test score range of 165-200 (Test date of January 2014-current)
- If you have taken the GED before 2014, please send your test scores to the admission office for review)
- Test score range of 15 or higher
Parents and Families
Parent Information – Parents and families are an important part of a student’s success! The intent of this page is to provide additional resources to aid in the successful completion of the student’s first year experience. Learn more.
FIRST YEAR ADMITTED STUDENTS
Scorpion Preview Day (Optional)
The Scorpion Preview Day is exclusively for First Year Students who have been Accepted for the Fall and Summer 2023 semesters. This event provides Accepted First Year Students and their parents/guardians the opportunity to connect with our faculty, clubs and organizations, and experience a tour of our dynamic modern campus.
Student Orientation will help you make a successful transition to college. Learn More
At Nevada State College we want to do everything we can to put you on a pathway to success. For fall admits, Academic Advisors will create your first semester schedule that aligns with your declared major and any prior earned credit. You will be provided this schedule once you attend Orientation. If the schedule created for you does not work due to extenuating circumstances, you may petition the Academic Advising Center for a schedule change.
For spring or summer admits, you will be required to meet with an Advisor one-on-one to create your first-year schedule. You may contact the Academic Advising Center to schedule an appointment with your Advisor.
First-Year Fest (Mandatory)
First Year Fest is a mandatory event for all incoming first year students. During this event you will make connections with fellow first year scorpions, engage with student support services, and gain knowledge that will keep you motivated to begin your first year at Nevada State! You will learn more about this event at New Student Orientation.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) gives eligible students certain rights with respect to their education records. It provides that all records pertaining to a student that are maintained by the College may not be made available to any other person without the written authorization of the student. As an incoming first-year student, your academic records, including your schedule and interactions with NSC Advisors shall be kept confidential.
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COMPLETE ONLINE APPLICATION
Get started on your online application and submit the $30 application fee. During the application process, you will be asked to designate what student type you are.
May 15, 2023 – August 6, 2023
Application Deadline: April 15, 2023
Transcript Deadline: April 23, 2023
August 28, 2023 – December 02, 2023
Application Deadline: July 1, 2023
Transcript Deadline: August 1, 2023
January 16, 2024– May 4, 2024
Application Deadline: January 1, 2024
Transcript Deadline: January 8, 2024
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