When you’ve got questions about enrollment, internships or items related to your academics, visit the Nicholson Academic Student Services Center (NASSC). They’ve got answers.
Academic advisors provide comprehensive academic counseling covering topics such as limited access program admission, degree audit interpretation, course override, or substitution assistance, and registration.
NSCM advising is available to assist with the following areas:
- Major, minor, certificate – declaration, paperwork, and questions
- Class schedule and registration
- Long-range academic planning
- Study abroad planning
- Major, minor, and/or career exploration
Location: NSC 130 (Main Campus) CMB Suite 168 (Downtown Campus)
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm
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Limited Admission Application Deadlines
Ad/PR, Journalism and R/TV
- Fall Term: July 1
- Summer Term: February 1
- Spring Term: October 1
- Beginning of December
There are several limited-access programs in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media that require a separate application and course prerequisites in order to be accepted into the major. In other cases, only a change of major request is required. Refer to individual program pages for program-specific requirements.
Students seeking admission into limited-access programs are encouraged to meet with an advisor in the Nicholson Academic Student Services Center at least once per semester to ensure they remain on track to qualify for these programs.
NSCM Open House
NSCM will be offering in-person open house events for the specific dates listed on the schedule of events below. The open house events will focus on either the UCF main campus or the UCF Downtown campus majors. To reserve your spot at an NSCM open house event, click the button and complete the session registration. If you have questions, please contact the Nicholson Academic Student Services Center at 407-823-2681 or email@example.com.
- December 1st: 10 a.m.
- February 2nd: 10 a.m.
- March 1st: 10 a.m.
- April 5th: 10 a.m.
Internships are often the beginning of successful careers for students. Most internships are taken for academic credit and the academic department provides guidance in the pursuit of internships, approves the internship, and supervises the intern.
Looking to do an internship and have questions? Check out our Q&A for more information.
Undergraduate Advising Staff
In NSCM, our people are our strength. We have advisors and staff to guide you to the right course and career