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Southeast Campus

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5248 Hickory Hollow Pkwy
Antioch, TN 37013


Monday–Thursday: 8:00 AM–5:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM

No Classes Wed, Nov. 25
No Classes and College Closed Nov. 26–29
College Opens and Classes Resume Mon, Nov. 30

Semester Break:
Dec. 14–23: Monday–Friday 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
Dec. 24–Jan. 3: Campus Closed
Jan. 4–15: Monday–Friday 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
Jan. 18: Campus Closed for Martin Luther King Day

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  • Take Nashville State Classes Close to Home
    in Southeastern Davidson County
  • Attend Smaller Classes
  • Learn from Expert Faculty
  • Get Helpful Student Services
  • Pay Lower Tuition Rate for More Affordable Education
  • Qualify for Financial Aid
  • Take College Transfer Courses

Fall 2016 Nursing Program Info Session

1pm, Wed, Dec 2, Rm 1312, Southeast Campus
If you are interested in admission to the Fall 2016 nursing class, it is mandatory to attend an information session before applying. Information about the admission/selection process, the nursing curriculum, program of study, and program costs will be covered.

No reservation required.

Please Note: The nursing program is only offered on the Main Campus.

To find more information, visit the Nursing Program Site.

Fall Events

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  • Wed, Nov 25–Sun, Nov 29: No Classes: Thanksgiving
    No Classes Wed, Nov 25.
    College Closed Thurs, Nov 26–Sun, Nov 29.
    College Open and Classes Resume Mon, Nov 30.
  • Mon–Tues, Dec 7–8, All Day, Front Lobby: Finals Frenzy

Fall Library Workshops

All workshops are held in Room 1207 and last 30 minutes.

Did you miss a library-sponsored workshop?
Is there a workshop being offered at a time or location you can't attend? No worries. New Online Library Workshops are being developed to provide the same content covered in the on-campus workshops.

So far, new online workshops are available on the following topics:
~ Word 2013 for Beginners
~ PowerPoint 2013 for Beginners
~ Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing
~ MLA Style

Join us for Online Library Workshops.

Join us for Online Library Workshops

Important Dates and Deadlines

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2015–2016 Academic Calendar (PDF)
Academic calendar dates for Fall 2015, Spring 2016, and Summer 2016


No Classes Wed, Nov. 25
No Classes and College Closed Nov. 26–29
College Opens and Classes Resume Mon, Nov. 30

November 2 - Financial Aid Spring 2016 Application Deadline

For Spring 2016: FAFSA and all required documents due Nov. 2 before 4:30pm.

Click HERE to complete your 2015-2016 FAFSA application.
Visit NSCC Financial Aid for more information.

  • ALL of your documents will need to be processed and approved before you can receive financial aid for the Spring 2016 semester.
  • To check your Financial Aid status:
    1. Log in to myNSCC
    2. Click My Self Service
    3. Click Financial Aid
    4. Click Financial Aid Status
    5. Under the 2015-2016 Financial Aid Status option, see the unsatisfied student requirements section.


Spring '16 Registration and Fee Payment Deadlines

Date(s) Event/Deadline
Nov 2 Financial Aid Spring 2016 Application Deadline
FAFSA & All Required Documents Due by 4:30 PM.
Nov 9–Jan 10 Registration Period (15-week term)
Registration available via MyNSCC.
Dec 10 First Purge: Pay Spring ‘16 Semester Fees
Pay in person before 4:30 PM
Pay online before 8:00 PM (including deferred payment)
Classes dropped if fees not paid by this time.
Dec 10–11 Registration Unavailable
12:00 PM, Dec 10–6:00 AM, Dec 11
Dec 17 Second Purge: Pay Spring ‘16 Semester Fees
Pay in person before 4:30 PM
Pay online before 8:00 PM (including deferred payment)
Classes dropped if fees not paid by this time.
Dec 25–Jan 3 Campus Closed for Holidays
Jan 10 Third Purge: Pay Spring ‘16 Semester Fees
Pay online before 8:00 PM (including deferred payment)
Classes dropped if fees not paid by this time.
Jan 11–18 Late Registration with $25 late fee.
Fee Waivers due Fri, Jan 15 before 4:00 PM
Registration available 6:00 AM–8:00 PM
Classes dropped if fees not paid same day student registers (including deferred payment)
Jan 18 Campus Closed for MLK Holiday
Jan 25 4:00 PM Direct Deposit Enrollment Deadline
to avoid refund delays

Registration with Fee Waiver/Discount Forms

Fee Waivers due Friday, Jan 15 before 4:00 PM
Dec 22–Jan 15 TBR & UT Employees 8:00 AM, Dec 22 — 4:00 PM, Jan 15
Jan 11–15 State Employees, Senior Citizens, Audit Students & Students using Disability Fee Waivers 8:00 AM, Jan 11–4:00 PM, Jan 15
Jan 11–15 Audit Students: Register on campus.
Jan 11–15 Senior Citizens Auditing for Free To avoid having classes dropped for non-payment, have tuition/fees waived at Bursar's Office/Cashier Window on campus.
Jan 18 8:00 PM Deferred Payment Enrollment Deadline QuikPAY Online Payment Plan
Jan 19 Regular Classes Begin

Spring 2016 First 7-Week Session

Nov 9–Jan 10 Registration Period Pay fees as listed with Regular Spring Session
Jan 11–18 Late Registration with $25 Late Fee
Jan 19 Classes Begin

Spring 2016 Second 7-Week Session

Nov 9–Mar 10 Registration Period
Mar 11 Late Registration with $25 Late Fee
Mar 14 Classes Begin


Prepare Now: Checklist for Attending Nashville State in Spring 2016

New Student Orientations

Southeast Campus
5248 Hickory Hollow Parkway, 37013 (Map)

Open to all first-time students that have applied to the college. Have your A# ready.

Advising: Contact 615-780-2760 to set up an advising appointment.

New Student Orientations for Spring 2016 Entry
Date Day Time / Location
Dec 1 Tuesday 3:00 pm - Room 1459
Dec 3 Thursday 5:30 pm - Room 1459
Dec 9 Wednesday 11:30 am - Room 1459
Dec 14 Monday 5:30 pm - Room 1459

Please sign up early as Southeast Campus New Student Orientations fill up quickly: Reserve your seat.

Contact: Jamica Hines, Southeast Campus Coordinator
Phone: 615-916-5843
E-mail: Jamica.Hines@nscc.edu


  • When was the last time you met with your advisor?
  • Have you made an appointment with your advisor?
  • Are you unsure about your major and need to speak with someone?
  • Did you know that students who meet with their advisor once a semester have the greatest success?

We encourage students to set up a time to speak with their advisor. This is a great way to prepare for spring semester course registration.

Have you met with your advisor?
~ Look into majors
~ Figure out schedule
~ Find the best classes
~ Transfer or get a job?

What can your advisor do for you?
Your advisor is here to ensure that you have the necessary tools for academic success.

  • Your advisor will help you set realistic educational goals.
  • Your advisor will make sure you are in the major that best fits your career goals.
  • Your advisor will assist you in selecting the correct courses for your major.

NSCC Degree and Certificate Programs

Contact Mariahn Watkins
Academic Advisor, Southeast Campus
Phone: 615-916-5845
E-mail: Mariahn.Watkins@nscc.edu

Finding the Right Major for You

  • Degrees for Transfer
    If you are planning to earn a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university, you can start your education at Nashville State Community College. The primary goal of the AA, AFA, AS, and AST degrees is to prepare students to pursue the baccalaureate degree. Students must successfully complete the general education core requirements plus 19 hours in an area of emphasis. Additional 6–8 hours of college foreigh language are required for AA candidates.
  • Career and Technical Degrees
    If you are interested in career or technical fields, the AAS degree is the choice for you. The primary goal of the AAS degree is to prepare students for immediate employment and give them the skills to enter the work force. Students seeking AAS degrees must successfully complete 60 hours of required courses as designated by each program. Concentration for each program offer further specialization.
  • Want to enter the job market quickly?
    If you are interested in career or technical fields, a technical certificate is another option. These typically one-year programs emphasize basic technical knowledge that is reinforced through hands-on experience. Students are prepared for entry-level positions through 30 to 32 hours of classroom and laboratory learning.
    Transfer Opportunities: The certificate programs are designed so that students can apply all of the required courses toward Nashville State AAS degrees. Consult your advisor about articulation options.

What kind of degree or certificate is right for you? (PDF)
NSCC Degree and Certificate Programs

Contact Jamica Hines
Campus Coordinator, Southeast Campus
Phone: 615-916-5843
E-mail: Jamica.Hines@nscc.edu

Tennessee Promise Scholarship

TN Promise at Nashville State
~ TN Promise Students - Success Tips for Fall 2015
~ TN Promise Scholarship - High School Class of 2016 Seniors

High School Class of 2016 Seniors Must Apply by November 2: tennesseepromise.gov

TN Promise at NSCC Logo High school Class of 2016 seniors have from Aug 17–Nov 2, 2015, to enroll in Tennessee Promise, the state’s program that provides two years of community college or technical school tuition-free for any student graduating from a Tennessee high school. It includes a mentoring component, as well as a last-dollar scholarship to cover tuition and fees not covered by the Pell grant, the HOPE scholarship or TSAA funds.

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Program of Study for English as a Second Language Speakers
Nashville State offers four levels of ESL (English as a Second Language) courses from the advanced beginner level to the low advanced level. These courses are designed to teach immigrants and international students academic English to prepare them for college-level coursework.

English Placement
Students who do not have English as their first/home language take the Michigan Plus Test for English placement unless they score 19 or higher on the Reading and English portions of the ACT, or have transfer credit for ENGL 1010 from a U.S. college. Michigan Plus Test scores are used for placement purposes only at Nashville State and cannot be reported to other institutions.

Michigan Tests for Spring semester enrollment begin in October. Test information, schedule and reservations are available now: Michigan Plus Test Dates

ESL Accommodations
ESL accommodations may be available for those who complete all recommended ESOL courses. Those who do not wish to take ESOL courses must sign a waiver of ESL assistance and are not eligible for ESL accommodations.

Main Campus Location: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
D Building, Room D-9 on the Main Campus
120 White Bridge Pike
Nashville, TN 37209
Map to Main Campus

Southeast Campus Location: Tuesdays and Fridays
8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Room 1502 on the Southeast Campus
5248 Hickory Hollow Pkwy.
Antioch, TN 37013
Map to Southeast Campus

Contact Us
ESL Coordinator: Wendy Dierberger
Email: Wendy.Dierberger@nscc.edu
Main Campus Phone: 615-353-3380
Southeast Campus Phone: 615-916-5591

Tutoring Schedule

Tutoring Schedule in Room 1434, Southeast Campus

  • Anatomy & Physiology with Camille Brunson
    Monday: 8:00am–11:00am
    Tuesday: 8:00am–11:00am
    Thursday: 8:00am–12:00pm
  • Microbiology with Omegbhai Uriri
    Monday: 11:00am–3:00pm
    Tuesday: 9:00am–1:00pm
    Friday: 9:00am–1:00pm
  • Biology and Anatomy & Physiology with Shanda Vereen
    Monday: 6:00pm–9:00pm
    Tuesday: 6:00pm–9:00pm
    Thursday: 6:00pm–9:00pm

Tutoring Schedule in Rooms 1320 & 1321, Southeast Campus Library

  • English Composition & Speech Communication with Daymon Kiliman
    Monday: 8:00am–11:00am
    Wednesday: 12:00pm–4:00pm
    Friday: 8:00am–11:00am
  • ESOL with Jennifer Pitts
    Monday: 11:00am–1:00pm
    Tuesday: 9:00am–11:00am
    Wednesday: 11:00am–12:00pm
    Thursday: 9:00am–11:00am
  • History with Robert Pickard
    Monday: 4:00pm–5:30pm
  • History and Writing with Kevin Foster
    Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:00am–9:30am
  • ESOL & Writing with Amanda Futrell
    Tuesday: 11:00am–2:00pm
    Wednesday: 8:00am–11:00am
    Thursday: 11:00am–2:00pm
  • Economics with Marlene Sigar
    Monday: 5:30pm–6:00pm
    Thursday: 12:30pm–1:30pm
  • History, Economics, & Writing with Holly Songer
    Monday: 2:00pm–4:30pm
    Tuesday: 2:00pm–4:30pm
    Wednesday: 2:00pm–4:30pm
    Thursday: 2:00pm–4:30pm
  • Psychology & Writing with Emma Peterson
    Monday: 4:00pm–6:00pm
    Wednesday: 10:30–2:00pm
    Thursday: 8:00am–12:00pm
  • College Level Math with Avan Hamalaw
    Monday: 9:00am–2:00pm
    Tuesday: 9:00am–2:00pm
  • Business & College Level Math with Virginia McMath
    Tuesday: 2:00pm–4:30pm
    Wednesday: 4:30pm–7:00pm
    Thursday: 2:00pm–4:30pm

Payment Hours

Payment Hours

  • Fall Semester Hours Beginning August 24
    Monday–Thursday: 9:30 AM–5:30 PM
    Friday: 9:30 AM–4:00 PM
    Saturday–Sunday: CLOSED
  • Fall Semester Closures
    Thanksgiving Nov 25–29: Wed: No Classes; Thurs–Sun: All Campuses CLOSED
    Christmas/New Years Dec 24–Jan 3: Campus Closed

Bookstore Hours

Fall Bookstore Hours

  • Fall Semester Hours Beginning August 31
    Monday–Thursday: 8:00 AM–4:00 PM
    Friday: 8:00 AM–1:00 PM
    Saturday–Sunday: CLOSED
  • Fall Semester Closures
    Thanksgiving Nov 25–29: Wed: No Classes; Thurs–Sun: All Campuses CLOSED
    Christmas/New Years Dec 24–Jan 3: Campus Closed

Campus Career Services

For Employers

Post a Position
Employers may list positions (Part-Time/Full-Time, Internships, Co-op) online. College Central Network is the official job posting service for employers targeting Nashville State Community College students and alumni. Click on the College Central Network logo below to post job opportunities for our students and alumni.
Post jobs targeting Nashville State Community College students and alumni.

For Students

Find a Position
Students can view positions posted with the Southeast Campus in the campus library, or online. NSCC uses College Central Network as its official resume and job posting service for students and graduates. Local employers post jobs exclusively to our school via the CCN site. Students and alumni can create their own account profile to view and apply to Internships, Co-op Opportunities and Part/Full-time positons. After creating an account, students and alumni also have access to various resources such as career podcast, resume templates, job search tips and much more.
Click the College Central Network logo to create your account.
Search jobs posted at Nashville State Community College

Contact: Main Campus Career Services
Website: Career Services
Phone: 615-353-3248
E-mail: careerservices@nscc.edu

Open Computer Lab Hours

Open Computer Lab Hours

  • August 24–December 12
    Monday–Thursday: 7:30 AM–9:30 PM
    Friday: 7:30 AM–4:00 PM
    Saturday: 7:30 AM–2:30 PM
  • December 14–23
    Monday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
  • December 24–January 3
    Campus Closed
  • January 4–17
    Monday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
  • Monday, January 18
    Martin Luther King Day: Campus Closed

Testing Center Hours

  • Make testing appointments online at least 48 hours prior to testing: www.registerblast.com/nsccsoutheast/exam
  • Students should arrive a minimum of one hour prior to Testing Center closing in order to allow adequate time for testing.
  • Photo ID is required.
  • Call 615-916-5854.

Testing Center Hours

  • Regular Semester Hours
    Monday: 11:00 AM–7:00 PM
    Tuesday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
    Saturday–Sunday: CLOSED

    Compass Testing Hours
    Monday: 11:30 AM–5:00 PM
    Tuesday–Friday: 8:30 AM–2:00 PM
    Saturday–Sunday: CLOSED
  • Fall Dates Testing Center is CLOSED or closes at 4:30 PM
    Wed, Nov 25 (Thanksgiving): 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
    Thurs, Nov 26 (Thanksgiving): CLOSED
    Fri, Nov 27 (Thanksgiving): CLOSED
    In-Between Semester Hours

    Dec 14–24: Mon–Fri: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
    Dec 25–Jan 1: CLOSED
    Jan 4–15: Mon–Fri: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
    Spring Dates Testing Center is CLOSED or closes at 4:30 PM

    Mon, Jan 18 (Martin Luther King Day): CLOSED
    Mon, Mar 7–Fri, Mar 11 (Spring Break): 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
    Fri, Mar 25 (Easter Holiday): CLOSED

Areas of Study

  • Culinary Arts and Police Science
  • English, Humanities, Arts and Languages
  • Math and Natural Sciences
  • Social and Life Sciences
  • General Education Courses Leading to Degrees and Certificates
  • Learning Support Courses

Programs of Study
Nashville State offers a high quality, technical education as you prepare to enter the work force, or gives you a strong foundation as you plan to move on to a four-year school. For complete information, please see Academic Programs or the NSCC Catalog and click Programs of Study.

Class Schedules

Campus Map and Driving Directions

Southeast Campus Map (PDF)

Driving Directions - Google
Driving Directions - Printable PDF

  • Take I-24E from Nashville.
  • Take Exit 60 Hickory Hollow Pkwy.
  • At the 4th traffic light turn right.
  • NSCC Southeast Campus will be straight ahead.


Campus Evacuation and Safe Area Plan

News and Events
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