Thank you for your interest in Nash Community College! Please read all directions before submitting an online application for admission.
Special Instructions for Applicants:
Applications without a Social Security Number:
Please be advised that applications submitted without a social security number will require additional processing. If you choose not to disclose your SSN, entry of your application will be delayed. In addition, you should be aware that for some purposes (such as IRS tax credits or deductions, entry to Health Science programs and Federal Financial Aid) social security numbers are required.
Please answer all questions regarding residency. If you leave items blank, including your Driver's License information, your application will be prompted by our computer system to be coded as Out-of State Tuition and you will be registered and billed as an out of state student.
Changing your Program of Study:
Please do not attempt to change your program of study by submitting or resubmitting an online application. Current students who wish to change their programs of study should contact Student and Enrollment Services.
If you have applied to Nash within the past year, you do not have to submit another admissions application. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm or change your information.
Students intending to take courses to transfer back to another school or for personal enrichment need to indicate Special Credit College Transfer or Special Credit as your major. These programs indicate that you are not planning to complete a degree, diploma or certificate at Nash Community College.
You will receive an email from the Office of Admissions once your application has been submitted. Please read the instructions carefully to assist you with completing the admissions process.
We look forward to working with you!
Nash Community College operates under the "Open Door" admissions policy as established by the State Board of Community Colleges. The College does reserve the right to place students by selective assessment.
Nash Community College is an equal opportunity institution. The College will not discriminate against any applicant for admission as a student or employment because of age, race, color, sex, ethnicity, religion, or for persons with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.