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New Students

If you’re not currently enrolled at Nash Community College and wish to earn a degree, diploma or certificate or simply wish to take a few transfer classes, you are in the right place.

If you are an out-of-state student applying to Nash Online, please visit the out-of-state students page prior to applying.

To immediately begin the application process, click here to apply online.

If you still have questions, please review the information below and request information. Our eLearning Specialists will gladly point you in the right direction.

Plus (click or tap to expand) + Available Programs

​Browse the online programs or online course options and choose a program or course that fits your needs.

Courses and Programs

Plus (click or tap to expand) + Review: Financial Aid

Whether its grants, loans, or scholarships, Nash Online has many options to help you pay for your courses depending on your program and student status.

Note: Students must be enrolling in a qualifying degree, diploma, or certificate program to receive federal aid. Your Nash Online advisor can assist with information on which programs qualify.

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Plus (click or tap to expand) + Review: Submitting Transcripts

While not all programs require high school and/or college transcripts, it is a good rule of thumb to provide such documentation to ensure you get the Blue Love you deserve. While your personalized enrollment plan will tell you exactly what we will require, it may be a good idea to go ahead and order an official high school transcript (or Adult High School Diploma) be sent to Nash Community College.

Also note, if you have previously taken classes at another higher education institution, you will need to send Nash Online an official copy of a transcript from that institution in order to get that credit awarded to you.

All documents should be mailed to:

Records Office
Nash Community College
Post Office Box 7488
Rocky Mount, NC 27804-0488

Plus (click or tap to expand) + Review: Placement Testing Info

If your program requires placement into higher level classes, you will likely need to take a placement test, or submit qualifying scores from another institution. Your Advisor can assist with you determining what you may need as part of your enrollment plan; however, you may want to go ahead and submit your scores or schedule a placement test.


Nash Online gladly accepts the SAT, ACT, or ACCUPLACER assessments as long as they were taken within the past 5 years. For more information on what scores are required, please follow up with your Nash Online Advisor or review the admissions requirements online.

Schedule a Placement Test

Nash Online proudly offers online placement testing remotely from anywhere in the world through ACCUPLACER and B Virtual Learning!

Only proctors will visibly monitor a student taking a placement test by use of webcam technology. In order to utilize this option, student must have:

  • WebCam
  • Internet Access
  • Audio Capabilities

To schedule an exam after you’ve filled out a program application, fill out the Online Placement Test Request Form.

A counselor will contact you within 1 business day to schedule the appointment.

We strongly encourage students to practice before taking the test (see links to practice questions below). Placement Test attempts are limited to 2 per year.

*Note: B Virtual Proctoring does charge a $25 fee that the student will need to pay prior to testing

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