Admission with advanced undergraduate standing is granted to a student transferring from another accredited college or university provided that:
- The applicant is in good standing and eligible to return to the educational institution last attended.
- Twelve (12) transferable credits have been completed and a 2.0 cumulative grade point average has been achieved.
- Applicants with 11 or fewer completed transferable credits must fulfill both the freshman and transfer admission requirements. The high school record must meet the minimum grade point average/ the college record must meet the minimum grade point average on all transferable credits completed.
When admitting a student, the institution may consider the student's standing at a previously attended institution, including, but not limited to, records or disciplinary action.
Individuals who have registered at other educational institutions may not disregard such records and submit an application on the basis of their high school or selected college transcripts. Any student is subjected to cancellation of admission.
Applicants who are admitted to the college on the basis of incomplete or fraudulent credentials or misrepresentations in the written application shall have their;
- Admission and registration cancelled without refund of any fees;
- Total credits rescinded that have been earned following such admissions; and
- Future registration at the college prohibited.
In-State Transfer Students
Applicants wishing to transfer to Nevada State College from another institution within the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) must fulfill the same requirements as those applicants who are not enrolled with the NSHE.
Applicants who completed an Associate of Business (A.B.), Associate of Art (A.A.), or Associate of Science (A.S.) from a Nevada System of Higher Education institution will be admitted to Nevada State College regardless of the cumulative grade point average. Those applicants whose grade point average are less than 2.0 on a 4.0 scale will be admitted on probationary status.