Please read these instructions carefully. It is important that
your application is completed with all necessary and correct
Mail all documents to:
Ofﬁce of Admissions, Nassau Community College
One Education Drive, Garden City, NY 11530-6793.
SECTION A - PERSONAL INFORMATION
Semester For Which You Are Applying: Indicate your starting semester-- Fall (which
begins in early September) or Spring (which begins in late January). Information on
admission to the summer and winter terms is available on the NCC website.
Social Security Number: Enter your United States of America Social Security Number
(SSN). Your SSN is used to coordinate the collection of information for all your student
records. Authority to collect the SSN is granted under Section 355 of the New York
Education Law. Your response will be held condential. Please double check the number
Name and Address: Provide your last, rst and middle names and, if you have had
previous names, report those last, rst and middle names. Permanent Address: Enter your
house number, street name, and apartment number (if applicable), city, state, zip code and
the country in which you reside, if other than the U.S.A.
State and County of Residence: Indicate the number of years you have lived in
NASSAU COUNTY and in NEW YORK STATE. Mailing Address: Enter only if you
have a mailing address that is DIFFERENT from your permanent address.
Telephone: Enter your 10-digit home telephone and cell phone numbers.
Gender: Choose male or female.
Date of Birth: Report your date of birth by providing the month, day and year in
Citizenship: Report your United States of America citizenship status. If you are not a
citizen of the U.S.A., report your country of citizenship and your country of birth. If you
are in the U.S.A on a temporary visa, select the type of visa and provide proof of your
status to the Ofce of Admissions. If you are applying for F-1 visa or J visa status, please
refer to the Ofce of International Students on our website: www.ncc.edu/admissions. If
you do not t into any of these categories, check" Other" and list your status.
Ethnicity*: If you are Hispanic/Latino, please report your ethnicity.
Race*: Please report your race, including Hispanic/Latino.
E-mail Address: CLEARLY PRINT your e-mail address.
Disciplinary Dismissal: The State University of New York requires applicants to provide
this information. If you answer "Yes," you must submit a Request for Admissions Review
Committee form at least 30 days before the semester begins.
SECTION B - EDUCATION INFORMATION
Placement Test Accommodations: If English is not your rst language, and you would
prefer to take the English as a Second Language Exam, please indicate this preference.
NOTE: Special testing accommodations are available for students with disabilities.
Please contact the Center for Students with Disabilities at 516-572-7241 or visit
Nassau Community College
Program Choice: Acceptance as a degree-seeking (matriculated) student requires
you to be a high school graduate, dened as one who has received a diploma from a
state-accredited secondary school or one who has received a high school equivalency
diploma by passing the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), formerly known
as the GED. Refer to the attached Programs & Admissions Requirements Chart. Enter
the Program Code of the program you wish to pursue. Some programs have additional
requirements which must be met. If you are not eligible for your program choice, you
will be admitted to an alternate program which may prepare you to change your program
in the future.
Previous Educational Level Completed: Report the extent of your previous education.
Report dates in mm/dd/yyyy format. Check all that apply.
High School: Report the name of the high school from which you were or will be
graduated. Report the state or, if outside the U.S.A., the country in which your high
school is located. An ofcial copy of your high school transcript must be submitted.
Students who have completed an associate or higher degree do not have to submit high
school records EXCEPT those dened below.
Transfer students who have received an Associate of Occupational Studies
degree and/or all students who are seeking admission to the Allied Health or Mortuary
Science programs must also provide an ofcial high school transcript to the Admissions
Colleges, Universities or Other Post-Secondary Schools Previously Attended: If you
have attended an institution of higher education, you must submit an ofcial transcript
from EACH institution to the Ofce of Admissions. Report the name, city and state
of the institution, and its country if not in the U.S.A, your dates of attendance and,
if appropriate, your date of graduation. Applications for transfer students will not be
processed without receipt of ofcial transcripts from each college or institution attended.
Honors: Students graduating from high school should have at least a 90 GPA, competitive
SAT/ACT scores and mastery level achievement on multiple Regents Examinations.
Joint Admissions or Afliations: If you are a rst-time college student, or in some cases
a transfer student with no more than 24 college credits, you may plan an entire four-year
degree program at the time of application to Nassau Community College. Your name
and address will be provided to the institution you select and they will contact you to
help you plan appropriately. The colleges which participate are listed on the application.
Please contact each institution, as they may have additional criteria and certain degrees
which they will accept.
Veterans, Service Members and Dependents: Please report your date of separation as
cited on your DD-214 form in mm/dd/yyyy format. If you are currently serving, report
the date of your enlistment. Be sure to submit a copy of your DD- 214 or your military
orders to the Ofce of the Registrar after you have registered for classes, in order to
receive certication of your benets.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
NCC is committed to providing educational support and resources for qualifying students.
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) supports motivated students from New
York state who, due to limited nancial resources and inadequate academic preparation,
have not had the same opportunity as others to achieve their academic potential. Our
students demonstrate the ability to successfully complete a program of higher education
if provided with additional support services designed to ensure their academic success.
EOP students are enrolled in the same degree-granting programs as traditionally admitted
students. Full-time NYS residents who meet the income guidelines below should call
(516) 572-0607 or email EOP@ncc.edu more information.
EOP INCOME GUIDELINES 2019-20*
*For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $7,992 for each additional
person. INCOME GUIDELINES DO NOT APPLY IF:
• The student's family is the recipient of Family Assistance or Safety Net payments
through the New York State Ofce of Temporary and Disability Assistance; or
through a county Department of Social Services; or Family Day Care payments
through the New York State Ofce of Children and Family Assistance;
• The student is in foster care as established by the court;
• The student is a ward of the state or county.
Admission into the Educational Opportunity Program is on a selection basis and is not guaranteed.
Freshmen and Transfer Application Deadline: May 3, 2021
*Information requested that is marked with an asterisk (*) is voluntary and is used for statistical and reporting purposes only. Information will be kept condential. Refusal to provide this information will
not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment; nor will information be used in a discriminatory manner. Nassau Community College is a comprehensive, full opportunity College, open to all qualied
applicants. Nassau Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, physically challenged status or status
as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran in admissions, employment and treatment of students and employees.