Northwest College

Dual/Concurrent Student

Congratulations, if you've taken dual or concurrent college classes while in high school, you've got a head start on college and you are now ready to go full time! Applying to Northwest College is free and nonbinding, so it can be your first step in connecting with NWC.

Step 1: Apply to NWC

It's quick and easy to do online. Complete your application and send in your transcripts (Step 2) as soon as possible to get things started.

Step 2: Submit Your Transcripts

  • Send us your college transcripts, unless your dual or concurrent enrollment was at NWC.
  • If you've completed fewer than 15 college credits, also send us your high school transcripts, GED scores, or homeschool transcript. You’ll also need to submit your final high school transcripts after you graduate.

231 West 6th St.
Powell, WY 82435

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Step 3: Activate Your College Account

Activating your college account allows you to access the Northwest College scholarship application and check your admission status.  Your college account will become extremely valuable once you enroll in classes and begin your semester.  Here are just a few resources your college account can offer:

  • Check grades
  • Plan your course work
  • Take an online course
  • Check your balance and financial aid
  • NWC email account
  • and much more!

Once you have applied to NWC we will email and send you a letter with directions on how to activate.  If you have your NWC I.D. number are ready to activate, please click the link on the right.

Step 4: Submit Your Test Scores

If you haven't taken your test yet, these are the codes you'll enter to have your scores automatically sent to NWC:

  • SAT code: 4542
  • ACT code: 5004

These scores are used to make sure you get in the right classes. If you've already taken your ACT or SAT and didn't use the NWC code, email us your scores or send them to this address:

231 West 6th St.
Powell, WY 82435

Step 5: Submit these documents

  1. Student Health Form
  2. MMR Vaccination Record —This may already be on your high school transcript (ask your guidance counselor) or get it from your doctor.

The Student Health Form will be mailed to you in your application packet. Be sure to fill them out and return them. 

Step 6: Get Help Paying for College

There are lots of ways to pay for college — student jobs, loans, grants, scholarships and military benefits. Learn about them early and pay attention to deadlines.

Step 7: Apply for Campus Housing

With few exceptions, first-year students must live on campus. You're more likely to get your first hall choice by applying early.

Step 8: Sign up for Classes

Two ways to get enrolled:

  • New Student Orientation events—see link at right
  • By appointment in person or via telephone—see link at right or call 307-754-6101