Spring 2021 Advising & Registration
Spring 2021 Registration is Nov 2 – Jan 10
Beginning on Wednesday, October 21, Nashville State will have "Walk-In Wednesdays" from 8:30am to 4:00pm on all campuses.
Learn more about walk-in Wednesdays.
How to Register for Classes
Step 1: Check your Degree Works.
Prepare for your advising appointment by checking your Degree Works.
Step 2: Schedule an Advising/Registration appointment.
Spring Forward with Early Advising: NSCC Spring 2021 Advising Guide
If you are a new student, attend New Student Orientation.
If you are a current or transfer student, schedule an appointment with your advisor or attend a drop-in advising session below.
For a complete list of all full-time faculty email and phone numbers, see the campus directory.
Zoom Drop-in Advising
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Division Zoom Advising Schedule
- English, Humanities, and Creative Technologies Division Zoom Advising Schedule
- Business, Management, and Hospitality Division Zoom Advising Schedule
- Social and Behavioral Sciences Division Zoom Advising Schedule
- Healthcare Professions Division Zoom Advising Schedule
How to use Zoom Drop-In Advising
- Select the division that your major is located. Find your division.
- Possible times available: October 14-30; Monday-Friday, 8:00am-8:00pm.
- You don't have to pick a faculty advisor that you know; you can pick by day and time.
- Be prepared to use Zoom.
- You will be placed in a Zoom waiting room.
- You may get a message that the faculty advisor is helping another student and the estimated wait time.
- You are not obligated to wait.
Step 4: Register for classes.
Registration for Spring 2021 classes will open on November 2, 2020.
Step 5: Pay for classes.
Check the status of your financial aid:
- Log in to your MyNSCC account.
- Click the My Self Service tab.
- Click the Financial Aid tab.
- Click on Financial Aid Status and select the appropriate year.
- Click the student requirements link.
Step 6: Get a parking permit.
Parking permits are valid from September 2020 to September 2021.
If you received one last semester you do not need another one.
Step 7: Get your student ID.
New photo ID’s are not required each semester. The initial Photo ID card is issued free of charge. There will be a $10 replacement fee assessed for cards that are lost, damaged, stolen, or those that require a name change.
Step 8: Buy your textbooks.
Nashville State bookstore hours will vary by campus. Curbside pickup will be available.
Bookstore Hours by Campus
Digital Course Materials (DCM) – your class may have the materials automatically included in your D2L course. DCM is a convenient and affordable program that delivers your course materials in digital format on the first day of classes. The charge for the book is automatically applied to your account. Learn more about DCM.
Step 9: Go to class.
For registration questions, contact your advisor.
For financial aid questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nashville State Community College is committed to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for its students, faculty, and staff. The College's COVID-19 Response Plan Task Force continues to diligently monitor the Coronavirus outbreak in order to advise a responsible return to campus.