Apply for Admission
Go to www.ncstatecollege.edu/apply. Create an account, then click “start application” to complete the application. Select the General Application – there is no fee. All fully online programs will be noted with an asterisk. Questions? contact Admissions at 419-755-4761.
If you intend to use financial aid (loans and/or grants) and haven’t filled out your FAFSA, please do so at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Choose North Central State College and enter our school code (005313) in order for your processed information to be sent to our Financial Aid Office. Please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office at 419-755-4899 for further assistance and important deadlines.
Mail transcripts to:
Office of Admission
North Central State College
2441 Kenwood Circle
Mansfield, OH 44906
High School Graduates/GED: Submit your official high school transcript or GED certificate with score report.
College Transcript Processing: Students can submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities. Transfer credit will be evaluated and the results mailed to you. Make sure to send all prior college or university transcripts well before the start of the term to allow for processing time.
North Central State College has adopted a multiple measures placement process. A high school GPA of 2.5 or above will serve as the primary means of placing post-high school students in college-level English and mathematics courses. Accuplacer or ACT results will serve as the secondary means of placing students whose GPA is below the threshold for college-level courses. Transfer students should self-identify, as placement testing may not be necessary. For additional information, including self-study guides, or to make a testing appointment, please contact the Student Success and Transition Center at 419-755-4536.
This web-based tutorial will highlight available resources, college expectations, important deadlines, online course structure, as well as general information about being an online student. Your Academic Advisor will provide further information about completing this step.
Register for Classes
Once you have completed Orientation, you will work with your Academic Advisor to finalize your academic plan and register for courses.
Once you have applied, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-755-4761.