Admissions

Contact

Byron Kee Center for Student Success

419-755-4761

1-888-755-4899

admissions@ncstatecollege.edu

Hours

Monday-Thursday

7:30 AM – 5:00 PM (in the office)

Friday 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM (virtually)

Need an Appointment?

Not sure if NC State is right for you or which program to choose?  We encourage you to call the Admissions Office at 419-755-4761 or 1-888-755-4899 to arrange your personalized session with an admissions representative to explore our programs and learn how to get started. During your session, we will personally guide you through the remaining enrollment steps.

Do you have a question? Please email us!

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Ready to Apply?

Admission is available to all who apply and there is no application fee. You must complete our online application.

High School Graduates or have earned a GED 

  • The General Application should be completed if you have earned your GED or already completed or will complete high school BEFORE you attend NC State.

For Middle and High School Students

  • The College Credit Plus Application should be completed if you are still in middle or high school and wish to attend prior to your high school graduation.
  • The Early College Special Programs Application should be completed if you are still in middle or high school and wish to attend one of the following special programs:
    • College-NOW Bioscience
    • College-NOW Business
    • College-NOW Engineering
    • College-NOW Science-Medical Academy
    • Galion High School Liberal Arts Academy
    • Mansfield Senior Guided Pathways to Success program

What's Next?

Submit an official copy of your final high school transcript to our Admissions office as soon as possible. You may need to take the Accuplacer placement test to determine your course placements.  Next, a Success Coach will walk you through the rest of the enrollment process.  Call the Student Success Center at 419-755-4536 to schedule your testing or advising appointment.  During your advising session, we will review program requirements and plan your first few semesters of courses.

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