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A new career is within your reach! One of the first and most imperative steps towards your success begins with Admissions. CCNN takes the guesswork out of the enrollment process, with Admissions Representatives who are passionate about your success. From enrollment to graduation, CCNN will advise and support you so that you are well-informed and ready to begin your training for a new career!

An applicant who wishes to enroll is asked to comply with these additional requirements:

  • Recommendation for acceptance by an Admissions Representative following your personal interview.
  • Provide proof of High School graduate status/GED recipient or complete a request for high school, GED or college transcripts. If you do not have your High School diploma/GED, CCNN will provide assistance in this area.
  • Meet with a Financial Aid Officer to make arrangements to pay for your investment in your education
  • Complete an application for enrollment and enrollment agreement (to be signed by parent or guardian if the applicant is a minor).
  • Acceptance by a school official following the completion of the above requirements.

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Notification of Acceptance to CCNN

Once the above items have been submitted, CC­­­NN will review the information and inform the applicant of its decision. If an applicant is not accepted by the college, all funds will be refunded.

CCNN Vocational School Scholarships

Career College of Northern Nevada believes in providing various scholarships to its community members. These scholarships are specifically designed to assist graduating high school seniors who demonstrate a financial need in their academic pursuit. It is recommended that any prospective high school student, who believes they have a financial need, apply for one of these scholarships. Information concerning these scholarships may be obtained from his/her high school counselor or the Director of Admissions at Career College of Northern Nevada.

High School Scholarship

Career College of Northern Nevada awards scholarships to local high school graduates in an effort to give something back to the community. These career training scholarships are awarded annually. Each high school in the Northern Nevada market, including parts of North Eastern California, is offered a total of $8,000.00 to award between three deserving graduates of the school. Selection criteria are left to the high school as long as the following three guidelines are met.

The selected high school graduate must have:

  • Desire to develop skills in technology, allied health or trades
  • Likelihood of successful completion
  • Financial need

Applications for the Career College of Northern Nevada scholarship must be received by the published deadline. Selected recipients must begin their studies at CCNN in the summer or fall terms following the student’s high school graduation.

More information about eligibility and application procedures can be found on the application itself. Applications can be obtained from the college. High School Counselors can request multiple copies to be distributed through their office by calling the college's admissions director at (775) 856-2266. Students and parents can request a copy of the application either through their High School Counselor or by contacting the college directly.

Any questions about the High School Scholarships can be directed to Maria Buendia, Admissions Director at or (775) 856-2266.

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Once application is complete, please send to Maria Buendia, Admissions Director at or (775) 856-2266.

Transfer of Credits to CCNN

Career College of Northern Nevada will normally accept credit transfers from another accredited institution providing these courses are comparable to the ones outlined in the student's program of study, and do not exceed 50% of the program length. The Academic Dean must approve all credit transfer requests. The career college diploma and degree programs are designed for employment purposes, and the student should not assume that the courses in any program can be transferred to another institution for credit. Students planning to transfer credits should get assurance of course transferability in advance from the institution to which they wish to transfer.

CCNN Office Hours

Our administrative office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday tours are arranged by appointment. Admissions Representatives and other staff members may be seen at other times by appointment. For your convenience, individual admissions consultations are arranged by appointment; however walk-ins are very much welcome too!




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