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About

PASSport was created to provide an opportunity for promising students who do not initially meet the NSU admissions requirements to enroll at TCC, TNCC, DCC, PDCCC or NOVA. The PASSport Program is specifically designed to prepare students to meet the academic requirements of NSU. Upon successful completion of all prerequisites students will qualify for guaranteed admission to NSU.

Spring 2017 Focus Sessions

All sessions will be in the Student Center Room 201 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

- February 16

- March 16

- April 13

Individual appointments available

Passport Campus Activities

View List of Campus Activities

Apply for NSU PASSort Program

We are still accepting PASSport students.

Contact Ms. Jennifer Draper, Senior Counselor if you have any questions: jedraper@nsu.edu or 757-451-7748.

About

Norfolk State University (NSU) Tidewater Community College (TCC), Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC), Danville Community College (DCC) Paul D. Camp Community College (PDCCC) and Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), in a historic and unique collaboration, have developed a Partnership for Academic and Student Success (PASSport) Program. PASSport was created to provide an opportunity for promising students who do not initially meet the NSU admissions requirements to enroll at TCC, TNCC, DCC, PDCCC or NOVA. The PASSport Program is specifically designed to prepare students to meet the academic requirements of NSU. Upon successful completion of all prerequisites students will qualify for guaranteed admission to NSU.

Selection for the PASSport Program is based on performance in high school and SAT/ACT scores. Students who qualify for the program take carefully selected courses at TCC, TNCC, DCC, PDCCC or NOVA which are customized specifically to the student’s academic needs. Eligible students receive a selection letter, attend an orientation session, sign an agreement, and meet monthly with the NSU Transfer Counselor and a PASSport Advisor. They also receive a NSU PASSport Student ID, NSU email address and are invited to participate in university cultural, athletic, and social activities.