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New Students

Nashville State Community College holds New Student Orientations before the spring and fall semesters. The New Student Orientations are for all first-time students/freshmen that have applied to the college under Associate Degree programs and Technical Certificates. Faculty advisors will be available to help with advising/registration at the end of the New Student Orientation Information sessions.

New Student Orientations on Nashville State Campuses

Please see the links below for full information on each campus’s upcoming New Student Orientations.

Online New Student Orientation

New students are encouraged to go to the online new student orientation: EmPower - Orientation for New Students Have your A# ready to begin the online orientation.

Checklist for Attending Nashville State

New Student Initial Course Placement Effective Fall 2015

Prerequisites and Co-requisites for NSCC Courses As of Fall 2015, all entering students will be assigned to a placement level in English (Writing), Math, and Reading depending on their ACT, COMPASS, or SAT scores in those areas. Successful completion of Level 1 progresses students to Level 2. Students who completed all Learning Support competencies in those areas prior to Fall 2015 are categorized as Level 2.

Summer 2015 Advising
When advising students for Summer 2015, use the 2014–2015 catalog. Remember that students must complete ALL learning support modules in the summer to avoid taking a co-requisite learning support course with a college-level course in the fall. Partial completion of learning support in summer will not allow them to enter directly into college-level math or English in fall 2015.

Fall 2015 Advising
When advising for Fall 2015, use the learning support documents below to place students into an appropriate co-requisite experience to gain learning support competencies using the new model. The document entitled Advising - Fall 2015 Course Descriptions has course descriptions as they will appear in the 2015-2016 catalog as well as a chart that describes placement levels in English, math, and reading. Since the 2015–2016 catalog is not available at this time, it will be important for faculty and staff to use this file to appropriately advise students.

Advising - Fall 2015 Course Descriptions (PDF)
Advising for Learning Support English and Reading Fall 2015 (PDF)
Advising for Learning Support Math Fall 2015 (PDF)
Learning Support Advising Quick Sheet (PDF)

Levels for English

Level ACT English sub-score COMPASS Writing Skills SAT Critical Reading Placement
1 17 or below 76 or below 440 or below ENGL 1010 + ENGL 0815
2 18 or higher 77 or higher 450 or above ENGL 1010
 
Levels for Mathematics
Level ACT Math sub-score COMPASS Algebra SAT Placement
1 18 or below 37 or below Math: 450 or below MATH 1000 + 0815, MATH 1010 + 0825, MATH 1530 + 0835, MATH 1630 + 0845
2 19-26 38-83 Math: 460 or above MATH 1000, 1010, 1130, 1410, 1530, 1630, or 1710
3 27 or higher 84 or above Composite: 1220-1280 MATH 1720, 1830 or below
4 29 or higher 93 or above Composite: 1290 or higher MATH 1910 or below
 
Levels for Reading
Level ACT Reading sub-score COMPASS Reading SAT Critical Reading Placement
1 18 or below 82 or below 450 or below Designated college-level course + READ 0815
2 19 or higher 83 or higher 460 or above Any college-level course for which reading competency is a prerequisite
 

*** Main Campus*** New Student Orientations

Main Campus: 120 White Bridge Pike, 37209 (Map)

New Student Orientations for the fall semester are filled to capacity. Dates for spring semester orientations will be posted in October.

New students are encouraged to go to the online new student orientation: EmPower - Orientation for New Students Have your A# ready to begin the online orientation.

Advising
All first-time freshman (degree and certificate seeking students) are required to meet with an advisor prior to class registration regarding course selection, class registration, and career pathways. Advisors are available to help with advising/registration for classes.

Main Campus Advising
Room S-118, Student Services Center
Monday–Thursday: 8:00am–5:30pm and Friday: 8:00am–4:30pm
Advising and registration help through Aug. 21 for new and current students.
 

*** Southeast Campus*** 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.

Southeast New Student Orientations for All New Students
Date Day Time / Location
August 7 Friday 10:00 am - Room 1359
August 10 Monday 5:30 pm - Room 1359

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

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

*** Clarksville Campus*** New Student Orientations

Clarksville Campus:
1760 Wilma Rudolph Blvd., Clarksville, 37040 (Map)

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

Orientations for New Students entering Fall 2015 Semester
Date Day Time / Location
August 18 Tues 12:00 pm - Room 107

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

Questions?
Phone: 931-472-3450
E-mail: Katherine.Ragan@nscc.edu 

*** NSCC Cookeville*** New Student Orientations

Cody Hall, NSCC Cookeville:
1000 Neal Street, Cookeville, 38501 (Map)

New Student Orientations for the fall semester are filled to capacity. Dates for spring semester orientations will be posted in October.

New students are encouraged to go to the online new student orientation: EmPower - Orientation for New Students. Have your A# ready to begin the online orientation.

Advising
All first-time freshman (degree and certificate seeking students) are required to meet with an advisor prior to class registration regarding course selection, class registration, and career pathways. Advisors are available to help with advising/registration for classes.

Advising Appointments
Contact: Brittany Copley, NSCC Cookeville Admissions Clerk
Phone: 931-520-0551, ext 125
E-mail: bcopley@cookevillecampus.org
 

*** Dickson - Renaissance Center*** New Student Orientations

Room 106, Dickson - Renaissance Center:
46 Highway S., Dickson, 37055 (Map)

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

Advising: Any student who would like to set up a separate advising session please e-mail Leslie.Lewis@nscc.edu or call 615-740-5998 to make an appointment.

New Student Orientations
Date Day Time / Location
Aug 10 Monday 10:00 am - Room 106
Aug 20 Thursday 10:00 am - Room 106

 
Please sign up early as Dickson - Renaissance Center New Student Orientations fill up quickly: Reserve your seat.
 

Questions?
Contact: Leslie Lewis, NSCC Dickson - Renaissance Center Coordinator
Phone: 615-740-5998
E-mail: Leslie.Lewis@nscc.edu
 

*** Humphreys Co. Campus*** New Student Orientations

Humphreys County Campus:
695 Holly Lane, Waverly, 37185 (Map)

Open to all first-time students that have applied to the college. Have your A# ready: faculty advisors will be available to help with advising/registration at the end of the information session.

Date Day Time
August 4 Tuesday 10:00 am
August 11 Tuesday 10:00 am
August 20 Thursday 10:00 am

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

Questions?
Contact: Kim Zills, Humphreys County Campus Office Supervisor
Phone: 931-296-1739, ext 305
E-mail: Kim.Zills@nscc.edu
 

Advising for New Students

All first-time freshman (degree and certificate seeking students) are required to meet with an advisor prior to class registration regarding course selection, class registration, and career pathways.

Find Your Advisor Online
You can find your advisor by logging on to myNSCC with your A# and password, then select the “Advising Resources” tab. In “Academic Profile” your primary academic advisor will be listed at the bottom left under “Advisors”. Find your advisor on myNSCC

You can then go to the Campus Directory to get your advisor's contact information. If you are a current student and do not have an advisor, please contact Records at 615-353-3218 or Admissions at 615-353-3215 and they will refer you to the appropriate department.

Satellite Campus Advising
Click the link below for your campus's faculty/staff contact info for advising:

Faculty/Staff Appointments

To set up an appointment to talk with a faculty or staff member in your intended major, please contact the program faculty or secretaries for scheduling.

 

Dual Admissions

Nashville State has partnered with surrounding universities to offer Dual Admission programs. The purpose of the Dual Admission program is to offer a structured, guaranteed pathway for progressing from an Associate's degree directly to a Bachelor's degree. Students get personal contact with advisors at both institutions during the program.

Participating Universities:
Austin Peay State University
Lipscomb University
Middle Tennessee State University
Tennessee State University
 

 

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