Attention: In response to COVID-19 and to protect our students, employees, and community, Northeast State will transition all Summer and Fall 2020 New Student Orientation’s to a virtual format.
All new students are required to participate in a New Student Orientation program. At New Student Orientation, you will:
- Schedule your classes with the help of a New Student Advisor
- Learn how to use your MyNortheast account
- Get your picture taken for your Student ID card
- Learn about services that can help you achieve success
- Meet with a financial aid representative
In order to make an appointment for orientation, your admission file must be complete. To schedule your New Student Orientation, complete our Online Orientation program at
New Student Orientation Registration. Once you have registered for a New Student Orientation date, we will send you a confirmation email with
all the pertinent information included.
Please contact us at
CollegeAnswers@NortheastState.edu if you have questions. We look forward to seeing you at New Student Orientation!
Information for New Students
We have several resources that will be helpful to you as a new student at Northeast State. To learn more, go to
www.NortheastState.edu/NewStudentOrientation. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at 423.323.0229 or
Information for Families of New Students
As a family member of one of our students, it’s important for you to know how Northeast State works. We have numerous services that can help your student be successful. Click on this link to get access to our
Handbook for Families. This handbook will not only help you learn about Northeast State but it will help you in supporting your student.
Tuition for Adult Learners
Did you know that 1/3 of our students are adult students, many who have returned years after earning their high school diploma? Northeast State can help you achieve your dream of obtaining a college education. Many of our programs of study (over 150) are designed to prepare you for exciting
careers in two years or less.
We understand the challenges that many adult students face. Between providing for your family, working a job, and paying bills, returning to college can often seem like an unrealistic option. To make college a reality, Tennessee Reconnect programs are designed to help busy adults achieve
dreams of attaining a college degree.
Check out these two websites for more information:
Have questions? Feel free to contact our TN Reconnect counselor, Jim Henrichs, at 423.354.2481 or by email at
jahenrichs@NortheastState.edu. He would love to talk with you about making a college education a reality!