Transferring Credits »

Incoming students: See details about getting college credit based on AP, IB, CLEP, DSST, NLN, NYU Foreign Language Proficiency, and Excelsior College exams, and from Prior Learning Assessment.

Current Nazareth students: Learn how courses you take at other institutions transfer to Nazareth.

Freshman Course Selection »

Learn how to get enrolled in courses for your first semester.

Work with an Advisor »

Learn what to expect. Decipher course codes and core program evaluations. Get forms for changing a major/minor, petitioning for course credit, and more. Download worksheets to plan your class schedule by semester and to consider your ideas for Integrative Studies (core) topics, questions, and courses.

Core Requirements »

See all the details about Nazareth's core course requirements.

Need the Registrar's Office?

The Registrar’s office manages student academic records, the list of courses offered each semester, and the calendar of deadlines and key events. The office oversees the official course catalog, grade reports, graduation, verification of enrollment/degrees, and transcripts processing. It's also the place to get various academic forms.

Need Academic Accommodations?

The Office for Students with Disabilities can help with accommodations and services for students with a documented disability.


For a timeline of course selection, advisement, add/drop, and other academic deadlines: Academic calendar

Student Support Services Blog
February 24th
Culture of Student SuccessStudent Support Services recently kicked off our "Top 5 Fridays" series, which brings staff from all SSS offices together to share some of the most important information about their respective offices.I was pleased to kick off th…
January 28th
The Integrative Studies component of the new Core Curriculum is one of the most exciting aspects of learning here at Nazareth College. Students are encouraged to explore their interests through coursework provided by the institution, and considering the w…
January 11th
This fall I had the opportunity to attend the National Symposium on Student Retention in Louisville, Kentucky. The plenary speech from the symposium, given by Mercy College President Tim Hall, has recently been posted on YouTube. At just under an hour, it…