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Enrollment Management


The Enrollment Management Office at Norfolk State University, established in 2005 seeks to provide the highest standards of excellence in enrollment planning. We actively identify, recruit, and enroll academically qualified students and provide services that promote student retention and success.


Register online and become part of the Spartan Family. Returning Students should meet at least once a semester with their academic advisor. Those who are cleared by their academic advisor may register online during the appropriate periods. - MyNSU

New Student Orientation

The mission of the Office of New Student Orientation is to assist newly-entering students in their transition to the University.  Through a collaborative, empowering, and comprehensive institutional effort, students and parents are able to holistically address academic, financial, and social needs while preparing for enrollment.  - Learn more

Apply Online

New and returning students who have been away from NSU for more than a year are strongly encouraged to apply online. The application fee is $25. Thank you for your continued interest in Norfolk State University. Behold the Green and Gold! - Apply Online

Financing Your Education

A college education is an investment. Across the nation, tuition, fees and related costs can be expensive. NSU delivers one of the best values in the Commonwealth for a marketable degree. The University offers several options to assist families such as federal and state financial aid, scholarships and grants, loans, and flexible payment plans.

If you are considering other comprehensive universities, look closely at the value NSU provides. The courteous staff of Financial Aid and Student Accounts is poised to assist you in understanding how to make your dreams of an NSU degree a reality. - Financial Aid

Student Advocacy

Student Advocacy, in the Dean of Students Office, is available to ensure the highest level of satisfaction possible to constituents. Concerns and complaints are investigated by working with campus officials and an appropriate resolution is provided. - Student Advocacy website