Please remember the college catalog is the authoritative source of information on program and graduation requirements and regulations. Current college catalogs
Failure to disclose a complete collegiate record may result in the denial of admission to or the dismissal from Chadron State College. Students may not omit or disregard any part of their previous college records, whether part or full-time, with or without degree objectives, whether or not credit has been granted or whether or not they desire to transfer credit.
Prospective transfer students must be eligible to return to the institution last attended. Those who have been suspended or dismissed from another college or university for academic or personal reasons may not be considered for admission until eligible to return to their former institution, or until one full academic semester has elapsed.
One official transcript from each college attended must be submitted, even if no credit was earned at the institution. Students may not omit any part of their previous college record, whether part-time or full-time, with or without degree objectives, whether or not credit has been granted, or whether or not they desire to transfer credit. Failure to disclose a complete collegiate record may result in denial of admission or in dismissal from Chadron State College. One official high school transcript is required if the applicant has attempted fewer than 12 college credits, or at the discretion of the Admissions Office.
Transfer applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of "C" (2.0) earned at institutions accredited by a regional higher education accrediting agency to be eligible for admission without qualification. If accepted, students with grade point averages below this level or who earned their credit from non-accredited schools are admitted on a probationary status.
All students entering any Nebraska State College institution must show physician-valuated immunization records. For more details on the health form requirements, please visit our Health Services page.
Students who have completed an Associate’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, which includes all Nebraska community colleges, will have met all Essential Studies requirements, if their earlier coursework includes 30 or more credit hours of general studies courses. Completion of specific lower division courses may also be required in individual degree programs.
Students enrolled in Associate degree programs are encouraged to complete their program requirements prior to enrolling at CSC to maximize credit transfer and to possibly qualify for the Essential Studies waiver. Students who are close to completion may be advised to complete any remaining hours toward their associates degree completion through reverse transfer. For more information, contact the START Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students with an Associate of Applied Science, or an Associate of Occupational Studies degree should check with the CSC Records for specific details regarding additional Essential Studies credits that may be required for graduation.
Prospective students can request an unofficial credit evaluation by contacting the START office and submitting their transcripts. The transcripts can be faxed or emailed to 308-432-6058 or email@example.com. We require individual transcripts from each school and they must be sent in PDF format and include the name of the institution. Screen shots, JPEGS, Course History or Listings, will not be accepted.
To register for classes a student must complete the online application process first. Once your application has been processed you will be assigned a Ready to Register form on your MyCSC To-Do list. Students are encouraged to begin this process no later than 30 days prior to the start of the term/session they wish to begin.
Completion of the application, the Ready to Register form and documentation of all official transcripts are required prior to enrollment.
Transfer students enrolling at Chadron State College will be assigned the academic catalog in effect for their cohort classification at Chadron State College. All students may choose to follow a catalog published subsequent to their enrollment. Please see the catalog page.
All students seeking degrees from Chadron State College are assigned to advisors in their academic program area. The START advising team will be your advisor until you are officially assigned an academic advisor following the beginning of your first term of enrollment.
For optimal course selection, transfer students are encouraged to register early for the fall and spring semesters. Transfer students may register for a full academic year rather than semester by semester. This allows students to better plan their course selection.
Chadron State College reserves the right to withdraw courses with low enrollment. Furthermore, the college reserves the right to modify the published program.
Information about MyCSC, EagleMail, and CSC Online is found at csc.edu/technology/accounts.
Students are required to provide official transcripts, prior to enrollment. Once enrollment requirements are submitted, a student is assigned the "Ready to Register" form to complete to request enrollment for their first semester/session. Upon receipt of the Ready to Register form, the student's official transcripts are evaluated by the CSC Records Office and the student's Degree Audit within MyCSC is updated (in-progress transfer work is not reflected on the Degree Audit). This can take up to 7-10 business days.
If a student has in-progress work at the time the transcript was evaluated, the Degree Audit will be updated when the final, official transcript is received reflecting final grades and degrees earned.
Students who have questions or concerns about their Degree Audit should contact the START office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 308-432-6311.
Responsibility for planning one's course of study and the fulfillment of all requirements and regulations lies with the student. Faculty advisors are assigned to aid the student in understanding the requirements and in planning their academic program. The college catalog is the authoritative source of information on program and graduation requirements and regulations. Complete course prerequisites and other information is included in the CSC catalog under course descriptions.