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On-Campus Concurrent Student

Admissions Steps
  1. Must currently have 3.0 cumulative high school GPA*.

  2. Download and complete the concurrent packet and check additional eligibility requirements.

  3. Receive High School Counselor approval on Concurrent Student Registration form (included in Concurrent Packet). Parental approval also required if the student is under eighteen at the time of registration.

  4. Submit completed Online Application for admission.

  5. After receiving acceptance email, complete the On-Campus Concurrent Student Orientation Blackboard Class.  Information on accessing the concurrent orientation class is in the acceptance email.

  6. Instructions for scheduling an appointment will be provided after completing the On-Campus Student Orientation Blackboard class.  Students must be present at all appointments.

  7. Submit the following documents to the Concurrent Advisor.

    ACT, COMPASS, or Accuplacer placement exam scores for course placement (scores should be no more than 5 years old), or take Accuplacer exam at the NWACC Testing Center ($10 fee).**

     

    For questions regarding the program, please email concurrent@nwacc.edu

Complete Prior to Semester:
  • Visit myNWACC Connection once accepted to familiarize yourself with your student account. Please check your official NWACC email regularly.
  • Obtain your Student ID and Parking Permit at the Student Information Center (SIC) located in the first floor lobby of the Becky Paneitz Student Center (Main Campus).
  • Purchase your Textbooks and Class Supplies at the NWACC Campus Bookstore.
* All students enrolling in the NWACC On-Campus High School Concurrent Program are required to submit a copy of their official high school transcript.
** All students who have not yet completed a college level math course and whose ACT Math score of 17 or below, will need to take the math portion of the Accuplacer. Students testing below 19 on the Reading and/or Writing portions of the ACT are encouraged to retake the Accuplacer test to see if their score has changed or can be improved.