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What are the steps for enrollment at NC State?
The first step is to complete the application for admission to NC State. The application is free for all students. The application can be located online or contact the Admissions Office 419.755.4761 to request a paper version of the application be mailed to you.
The second step for enrollment is to call the Admissions Office and schedule your Personalized Enrollment Session with a Student Success Coach/Advisor 419.755.4761
Does NC State have admission requirements for entry?
Admission to NC State is open to all regardless of grade point average, test scores, or class standing. To be eligible for financial assistance, a student must be able to show proof of HS Graduation or GED. To begin the process of Admission to NC State, a student should complete the application for admission and schedule an appointment to meet with a Student Success Coach/Advisor 419-755-4761. A personalized enrollment plan will be determined at the appointment.
Where is the Admissions Office located?
NC State is nestled between St Rt 39 and Lexington-Springmill Rd N. Admissions is located in the Kee Hall Building. Entering Kenwood Circle from St Rt 39, Kee Hall is the first building on your right. Entering Kenwood Circle from Lexington-Springmill Rd N, Kee Hall is the first building on your left. Free parking is available directly adjacent the building.
Address: 2441 Kenwood Circle, Mansfield OH 44906 - map
What should I bring to my appointment with Admissions?
You must bring a photo ID to your Admissions appointment*. Accepted photo ID includes: Driver's License; State ID; Military ID; US Passport; or other as approved by the Registrar.
If you have access to any of the items listed below it is recommended that you bring them with you:
Can I get Financial Assistance? How do I apply?
Financial Aid is available for NC State students attending college full-time or part-time. To apply for financial assistance, a student will initially complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). More information on financial aid will be available at your Personalized Enrollment Session or you may visit our Financial Aid Office website.
How many credit hours is full-time/part-time?
A full-time student will register for 12 or more credit hours per semester and a part-time student will register for 11 or less credit hours per semester.
Are there wait lists for the health programs?
Will my credits transfer to other colleges/universities?
There are many options for students interested in transfer to a 4-year university: general education classes; transfer module; 2-year graduate to 4-year; Associate of Arts (General Studies) or Associate of Science (General Studies).
Is the college converting from quarters to semesters?
Yes, the college completed the conversion to semesters as of August 2012. Starting Fall 2012 the academic calendar reflects a semester timeline.
As Ohio moves to the University System of Ohio (USO), the Governor has set forth an initiative that all public institutions are required to change from quarters to semesters. This change will enable better transfer of credits, a common calendar with other public institutions in Ohio, and an earlier end to the academic year.
Do you have career assistance to help me choose a major?
Do you have online classes/programs?
NC State does not have fully online programs. We do offer many classes online and strive to continue each academic year to increase this number available to students. Other formats include video classes, video- conference classes and the traditional classroom setting. Each semester a student may select any combination of these formats.
Is there childcare available for my children?
The Child Development Center enrolls children from 6 weeks of age through pre-kindergarten and provides family support, guidance, and education. Applications may be picked up at the front desk between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. 419.755.5600.
Does NC State offer athletics on campus?
Yes! The Department of Athletics and Recreation is committed to advancing academic and athletic excellence and enhancing students' lives while promoting The Ohio State University Mansfield and North Central State College. The Mansfield Mavericks Athletic options include: Men’s Baseball; Men’s Basketball; Woman’s Basketball; Cheerleading; Women’s Volleyball. 419.755.4041