Future Students

So it's time to start thinking about college...

There are many things to consider. What program interests you? How much will it cost? Where are classes held? When the classes that you need are offered? Will your classes transfer to a four-year college or university?

Staying informed about  how to apply, upcoming registration dates and important deadlines are critical to your success at Nunez Community College. By completing this online form you will receive information via email that will help you achieve success while being a part of the Nunez family!!

Nunez Community College is dedicated to providing a quality education at a practical price. This section of the website is dedicated to not only simplifying the above questions, but also provides all the information one might need to make an educated decision about their college future. Here you will find the following:

  • About Nunez, brief synopsis about the college, its history, mission, and accreditation credentials.
  • Nunez FAQs, typical questions asked by those interested in attending the college.
  • Academics, a list of all of the current Academic Programs of Instruction that Nunez has to offer. Including information about: occupational fields a student of these programs may enter into as well as the salary ranges they might look forward to after, and in some cases even before, they graduate; transferability to four-year institutions; and credentialing courses required by certain State and Federal agencies.
  • College Catalog, for easy reference of the current and previous years' catalogs. An essential tool, not just for researching what courses are needed to complete any of Nunez's Academic Programs, but for any information a student may need to know about the college from Applying for Admissions all the way to Graduation.
  • Degree Forms, are also an excellent guide to figure out what courses are required for a student to graduate with any of our programs.
  • Schedule of Classes, a list of all classes offered on a semester-by-semester basis, with a complete list of dates, times, instructors, and locations (be it on-campus, on-line, or hybrid courses that provides a little of both), which is updated the moment a course becomes available.
  • Made your decision to attend Nunez, but don't know how to apply? All the information a Future Nunez Student would need to know about applying to the college, whether they're a First Time Freshman, a Transfer Student, or Returning to College after a long absence, can be found in the Admissions section. Including access to Log-on Louisiana (LoLA) the college's online admissions and registration system.
  • Once you're admitted to Nunez, you'll need to register for classes, but how? Check out the Registrar Section for all the information a student needs about registering for courses: from basic Registration Information; On-Campus Registration Dates; Tuition and Fee Schedules; even a How to Register page, with a Step-by-Step Guide on the entire registration process.
  • Need help paying for college? The Financial Aid section is devoted to providing the information needed to help students find the financial assistance they need to pay for college. Including: Contact Information for Nunez's Financial Aid department, Forms and Documents one may need to apply, as well as a link to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that all students need to fill out to start the Financial Aid process.
  • How much are books and other course materials going to cost? The Nunez Bookstore site provides all of this information through an interactive course-by-course navigator. They also offer textbook rentals; digital course materials; student discounted software; as well as Nunez apparel, gifts, and collectibles.
  • Do you have a disability and require certain services to help you achieve your educational goals? The Disability Services Section provides all the information on what services Nunez provides, as well as how to apply for ADA accommodations.
  • What's college without a little social networking? The Student Life Section lists all of the student clubs, whether they're Professional, Scholastic, or Service oriented.
  • Looking to get your High School Equivalency Diploma?  Nunez Community College, in conjunction with the St. Bernard Parish School Board, offers Adult Education support to help you get your HiSET Diploma.

   

 

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