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Academic Advising is an active community of support that empowers you to achieve your goals. Explore possible careers within your Academic Division.
Thomas Nelson bookstores are your one-stop shop for all the materials you need to succeed.
Current students and alumni of Thomas Nelson have access to a full range of career development services.
Use this guide to find resources within the Thomas Nelson Community College service area.
Counselors are available to assist students with educational, career and personal concerns throughout their college experience at Thomas Nelson.
We are committed to creating an accessible environment for all of our students and employees.
What is Distance Learning? Is it right for you? Information for students, faculty, and staff.
Student forms, transcripts, eligibility and residency information, and graduation requirements.
Our Financial Aid Office is committed to working with students to provide financial aid that will cover the cost of tuition and expenses from a variety of sources.
The Thomas Nelson Help Desk provides free, first-level technical support to all students, faculty and staff seeking immediate assistance.
Our libraries provide a supportive environment, resources and tools, and expertise that nurture and enhance the teaching and learning process for the entire college community.
The Math Emporium is designed to assist students in developmental math succeed in areas that they need to spend more time with.
Information about photo ID services and campus parking permits.
Resources, services, and information for Thomas Nelson students.
SAILS is an early alert system, which allows instructors to identify early in the term students who are having issues with attendance, behavior, participation, and low
Information about the Virginia Placement Test, Proctored Testing, and ESL (English as a Second Language) Testing.
Active duty service-members, veterans, and their qualified dependents may be eligible for VA education benefits.