To educate scholars of, and contributors to, a sustainable world, through an interdisciplinary curriculum that emphasizes entrepreneurial thinking and environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
We make the Admissions process seamless and personable. Each of our staff is dedicated to helping you fully understand whether our liberal arts college is a good fit for your educational career.
learning is not a spectator sport. Here you will be a passionate participant in your education. You will explore, engage, collaborate, debate, question, critique,
. . . and grow, into a confident, critical thinker, ready for opportunity.
Nowhere on this planet can you have a college experience that comes anywhere close to this.
Sierra Nevada College will send notifications ONLY to your SNC email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you do not have one, CONTACT ADMISSIONS NOW. If you do not check your SNC mailbox you will not be able to pre-register.
This pre-registration form is the first step in registering for your first semester at SNC.
After you have submitted this form you will be assigned an Academic Advisor who will finalize your registration with you. You will receive an email via your SNC email address from Henry Conover, Director of Academic Support Services, with your advisor's contact information so that you can complete your advising, either over the phone or on campus.
Selecting your area of interest now will allow us to assign you an Academic Advisor in that department. You can change your major later if your interests shift.
The Core 101 course topic for Spring 2018 is Community.
Transfer Students who have taken a public speaking or communication class at another institution may be eligible to transfer those credits for CORE 101.
Select your preferences for CORE 101 now. Your advisor can determine whether you can substitute a previous class for CORE 101 when you start selecting classes.
The English 101 course topic for Spring 2018 is Media Studies.
Do you have transferable English credits?If you do not have English 101 transfer credits you must take an English Placement exam before enrolling in any English courses.
Please note that in order to transfer an English course to SNC, you must have received a grade of C or higher and the class must be officially articulated by our Registrar’s Department.
Two sections of English are required to graduate at SNC.
You need to take an English Placement Exam. Contact Henry Conover at email@example.com immediately to schedule your exam. You will not be able to register until you have done this.
The English 102 general course topic for Fall 2017 is Contemporary Issues in Education. The course topic for athletes is Philosophy in Literature.