How to Enroll in Classes at Northeast State

Step 1:  Apply for Admission Apply online at www.NortheastState.edu/apply. Step 2:  Complete Your Admission File The following items are required for admission and must be submitted before you can register for classes: 1. Completed online application for admission. 2. Official high school transcript with graduation date or official GED/HiSETscores. 3. Official college...

Calvin and Misty Gobble

Where is the next step going to take us? The unexpected twists of life challenge every college student. Few people rise to meet those challenges as well as Northeast State students Calvin and Misty Gobble. “You have to take things one day at a time,” said Calvin, a business major at Northeast State. “Some days are better than others; you can’t let yourself get discouraged.” A...

New Aviation Technology Program Takes Flight

Northeast State’s Advanced Technologies Division launched the new associate of applied science degree (A.A.S.) program in Aviation Technology this fall with more than 20 students enrolled. “With the continual growth of air travel in airlines and corporate aircraft the need for mechanics and pilots will follow,” said Richard Blevins, director of the College’s Aviation Technology...

Dual Enrollment: Opportunity Knocks Twice

Northeast State’s popular Dual Enrollment programs allow high school students to earn college credit while still in high school. Typically, most students earn at least six hours of credit with others obtaining 12 or more hours. In some cases, students may earn college certificates by the time they graduate from high school. Research shows that dual enrollment students are more likely to enroll...

Taking Credit

Anna Heath makes the most of dual enrollment While most dual enrollment students obtain six to 12 hours of college credit, recent Northeast State graduate, Anna Heath chalked up 25 hours on her transcript. Anna, who attended Daniel Boone High School, first learned of dual enrollment through her older brother who took math and speech classes. She liked the idea of getting college credit...

Thank Goodness, They’re Everywhere

Administrative professionals take care of business They’re everywhere, and we’re glad they are. We’re talking about administrative professionals. The ones that schedule, code, file, smile, arrange, e-mail, and attend to details. “I can’t think of a business that doesn’t have administrative professionals,” said Tracy Eades, department head of Northeast State’s...

The Reward of Education

Q&A with Angie Ratliff, Administrative Professional How did you arrive at your decision to attend NE State? I was a housewife. I had always been content in my life…sometimes I felt like I had given up something, but I just didn’t think about it very much. After I turned 40, that feeling got bigger. I wanted something more. I wanted to go back to work, but I knew my skills needed...

Your Future Awaits

At Northeast State, we’re here to get you where you want to go. Get the education you need, find the job you want, earn the money you deserve. People of all ages and backgrounds come to Northeast State to improve their lives in practical ways. There are endless possibilities with more than 130 programs of study available. Start here and you can earn an associate degree or certificate, or...
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Get the Most Out of Your Financial Aid…File Early!

The financial aid process can seem complex, but the following information will keep you on track. If you have concerns or questions, please call the Northeast State Financial Aid Office at 423.323.0252 and the staff can help walk you through the process or e-mail financialaid@NortheastState.edu and staff will assist you via e-mail. A new application for financial aid must be filed for each...
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