Are you interested in taking one or two classes at NC? You’ve come to the right place.
Let us help you get ahead. If you are a student in good standing at another accredited institution, you may enroll as a visiting/non-degree seeking student and earn credits at NC that you can transfer back to your home institution when you return.
STEP-BY-STEP APPLICATION PROCESS.
1. REVIEW COURSES
Take a look through our available courses by semester and find classes that will transfer your NC coursework to your home institution. We offer Mini-Mester and Summer course opportunities to current Navarro students and visiting students. We’re certain you’ll find a class or two that inspires you.
Go ahead & explore our campuses or apply to NC.
2. VISIT NC
The best way to get to know Navarro College is to spend time with us. when you’re ready, we will show you around, answer questions, and give you a taste of life at NC.
Want a more one-on-one approach? Contact the Student Recruiting Office at 903.875.7343 or email: email@example.com we can make an appointment for you to come in, sit down with one of our admissions recruiters, and map out how NC will be the perfect college for you.
Come visit and discover why so many people choose us!
3. APPLY TO NC
You can apply one of two ways
1. Online: we encourage students to apply online atApplyTexassince it speeds up your admission process dramatically (Oh, and it helps us to continue our goal of going green by cutting down on paper).
2. Paper: The application is downloadablePDF and printable for your convenience.
Note: Proof of Residency
In Texas, a student enrolling in an institution of higher education, must have lived in Texas the one year (12 months) proceeding the first date of enrollment to be classified a Texas resident for tuition purpose. If you have attended school or resided out-of-state, additional proof of residency may be required, and the Office of Admissions and Records reserves the right to determine the validity of documents submitted.
4. SUBMIT TRANSCRIPTS, TEST SCORES, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS
An official transcript of the applicant’s high school record must be filed in the Office of Admissions & Records before an application for admission will be considered.
A sealed official, final high school and/or college transcript(s) should be sent directly to:
Office of Admissions and Records
3200 W. 7th Avenue
Corsicana, TX 75110
Students must take a state-approved placement test and submit test scores at the time of registration. Students otherwise qualified will not be refused admission on the basis of their scores. These results are used in advising and placing students in proper sections of certain course areas. Tests are given at each campusTesting Centerby appointment. A photo ID is required and students must complete the Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA)prior to taking the TSI Assessment for the first time.
All first-time students attending Navarro College, including transfer students as well as students who are not continuously enrolled in fall or spring semesters since Fall 2011, will be required to show evidence of vaccination against bacterial meningitis. Evidence of the student having received the vaccination from an appropriate health practitioner within the past five years must be received in the Navarro College Admissions and Records Office at least ten days prior to the student’s first day in class.
Please note: Financial aid is not typically available for transient/visiting students. If you’d like to apply for aid, you’ll need to become an official part-time NC student which makes your education even more affordable since you can apply for loans, grants, and even NC scholarships.
APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
Use code 003593 when applying for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) through www.fafsa.gov to have your information sent to Navarro College. You will receive a letter with your financial aid awards and further instructions.
Priority deadlines* to apply for financial aid:
Fall semester: June 1
Spring semester: October 15
Summer terms: March 1
*Submitting financial aid documents by the priority deadline reduces the chances of delays in the processing and awarding of financial aid.
We encourage all students to apply for scholarships. Most scholarships are awarded based upon ACT/SAT scores, grades, declared major, talent, leadership, ambition, and in many cases, financial need. Any one of these could qualify you for one of several different award programs at NC! Find out how and when to apply for Scholarships.