Student Online Resources

Welcome to Summer 2021!

Student and Visitor Check-in

Students and visitors need to enter the White Bridge campus through the welcome check-in at Weld (W) building and Student Service (S) building helpful assistance. For extended campuses, use main entry.

White Bridge Campus Access Map/Welcome Check-in

*All entry points for extended campuses are located at the main entrance.

Student Support Resources

Student WiFi Zones

Computer Lab Access

White Bridge Campus
WBR Library Computer Sign Up

Southeast Campus
Call 615-916-5865 or email John.Cherry@nscc.edu for an appointment.

Clarksville Campus
Call 931-472-3556 or email Reginald.Mclain@nscc.edu for an appointment.

Dickson Campus
Call 615-740-5998 or email DicksonCampus@nscc.edu.

Humphreys County Campus
Call 931-296-1739 ext. 311 or email Bryan.Trout@nscc.edu.

Mental Health/Social Services

Ms. April Robinson, Student Resources Manager
April.Robinson@nscc.edu

Ms. Jay Mazon, Student Resources Manager
Jay.Mazon@nscc.edu
615-499-6813

Financial Counseling

Ms. Tierra Fuller
Tierra.Fuller@unitedwaygn.org
615-748-3620

Additional Important Information

How to obtain your Nashville State parking decal

  • To get your decal, complete the car registration form (located at campus check-in stations) and pick up your decal. You can pick one up when you have an on-campus class or appointment (Unlike previous semesters, the cost for Student Parking Decals is now included with other fees and tuitions. You do not need to visit the Bursar's office to purchase.)
  • You can get the decal at any campus through the Police/Security Department (they are typically located at the main entrance). On the White Bridge Campus, you will pick your decal up at the S Building Security Station lobby. You will need to show proof of class registration (printed or digital) to Police/Security.
  • There will be a grace period extended through the end of September for students.

Food and Drink On-Campus Information

  • Faculty retain the discretion of what is allowed in the classroom, however, faculty and staff are encouraged to consider the following information regarding food and drink in classrooms and offices:
    • Drinks with lids/covers could be allowed in the classroom. Straws are encouraged.
    • Because it would involve removing masks, food should not be consumed in the classroom, and
    • Students should be encouraged to step outside to consume food. This practice will reduce exposure and minimize additional potential cleaning needs.
    • Vending machines, water fountains, and food vendors are suspended for the time being.
  • Additionally, for students with ADA accommodations, please coordinate with the Access Center by emailing AccessCenter@nscc.edu. Any rooms/labs that prohibit food and drink should continue that practice.