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Applications for admission, requests for transcripts, and ACT/SAT scores are processed by the Office of Enrollment Services prior to issuing certificates of admission to qualified applicants. After all required documents are processed, the student will be notified of his/her admission status. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to a specific program. It is necessary to check the prerequisites for a program in order to determine ones’ eligibility for entry into that particular degree program. Some programs require a separate application and completion of prerequisites before entry. In an effort to serve the diverse needs of its student body, the college will admit students in one of the following categories:

New Admit Students

Students who have never attended college at Northeast or any other college or university are considered to be New Admit Students.

Transfer Students

Students who have attended/or received financial aid other colleges/universities prior to enrolling at Northeast.

(Transfer students with less than a 2.0 GPA will be considered for admission after submitting a written explanation of the circumstances surrounding their GPA. The decision on student acceptance will be made by the Admissions Committee prior to the student enrolling at Northeast. )

High School / Dual Enrolled Students

Students who are currently in High School who desire to complete college courses while still in high school or are pursuing college level courses and are receiving high school credit at the same time are considered Dual Enrolled Students.

Readmit Students

Students who have previously attended Northeast, but have not attended another post-secondary institution and are returning to college are considered Readmit students.

Transfer Students

Students who have previously attended a post-secondary institution other than Northeast are considered transfer students.

Students may apply for Admission in person at any of our campuses.

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