New Student Registration

2015 New Student Registration

New Student Registration (NSR) is for new students who are ready to make arrangements to attend Wayne State College beginning Fall 2014. The purpose of the NSR program is to provide students with a smooth and helpful transition to college life. Wayne State College strongly encourages first time freshmen who are admitted to attend a New Student Registration program.


Helpful Resources

eCampus (WildcatsOnline)

Records and Registration

Residence Life

Student Activities

Student Health

Career Services

Student Financial Services

Network & Technology Services

Willy Webmail

Student Handbook

Campus Bookstore


Explore Wayne America

The Wayne Chicken Show

(coming in July)

2015 Available Dates

July 8-10


What students are saying about NSR?

"Everyone made me feel like I belonged there. They were all easy to talk to and it was great that they knew the answer to almost every question."

"Everything was great and I had a wonderful day. Everyone was so helpful and kind. I always enjoy visiting campus"

"Since I was informed of my room and housing location before NSR, I was able to see exactly where I will be living. That was great."

"My family and I had a blast and I know if I can have a blast registering then I know for sure I am going to love Wayne State!"

"It was wonderful being able to get loads of information. I can also bring home a folder full of that information to go over and become more comfortable!"



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Meet your 2015 Student Hosts

Jesse Mayo, Hannah Meyer, Kendall Uhrich, and Lindsay Wolken


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Are you ready to be a Wildcat? Of course you are!

Our New Student Registration program is THE program to assist you in registering for classes and much more!



First Name*

Last Name*

Street Address*






T-shirt Size
(For New Student Orientation purposes)

Parents/guardians are encouraged to attend New Student Registration


Note: The program will begin at 9:00 a.m. and conclude around 2:30 p.m.



Select a different date from each box below to indicate your preference.

Space is limited and filled on a first-respond basis. Dates will be removed as they are filled. 








A confirmation letter will follow your reservation so watch your mailbox closely.
The countdown is on! Welcome to the class of 2019 at WSC!

2015 Student Hosts



Jesse Mayo

Favorite thing about WSC: How close all the buildings are to one another.

Favorite spot on campus:  Rec Center

Advice for a new student at WSC: Learn to meet new people and try new things.

A little about me: I was born in California and lived in Mexico for 2 years before moving to Madison my hometown.

Hometown:  Madison, NE

Graduated from:   Madison High

Major:  K-12 Art Education

Hobbies:  Playing Basketball in the Rec, Playing NBA 2k15, Singing and Dancing

Fun Fact: I’ve been to Italy, France Greece, Turkey, Mexico, and Netherlands.





Hannah Meyer

Favorite thing about WSC:  All the great people!

Favorite spot on campus: The Willow Bowl

Advice for a new student at WSC: Don't be afraid to try new things!

A little about me: I'm a Senior here at WSC! Ice Cream and fun socks are passions of mine! I have a huge heart for travel and love to whenever I can!

Hometown:  Norfolk, Nebraska

Graduated from:  Lutheran High Northeast

Major:  Elementary and Special Education

Hobbies:  Rugby, Painting, Reading, and Netflix

Fun Fact: My name is a palindrome





Kendall Uhrich

Favorite thing about WSC: My favorite thing about WSC is my professors. Every one of them know me and want to see me succeed and will help me in any way possible to achieve my goals.

Favorite spot on campus:  My favorite spot on campus is the library. Whenever I go into the library I see at least one person I know who I can talk with and get a coffee and when I have homework I need to do it’s a great place to study.

Advice for a new student at WSC: My advice to a new student is to always remember to balance your time. Remember that studying is important, but that friends are too. Find a balance that works for you and stick with it.

A little about me: I’m a sophomore, but have gotten involved at WSC from the start. I’m involved in Wildcat PR, Zeta Tau Omega, Honors Club, Lambda Pi Eta and Alpha Lambda Delta. I also have attended multiple Communication Research honors conferences.

Hometown:  Scottsbluff, NE

Graduated from:   Gering High School

Major:  Speech Communication: Organizational Leadership and Public Relations

Hobbies:  My hobbies include writing, anything from newspaper columns to poetry, reading and binge-watching Netflix.

Fun Fact: I’m the President of Wildcat PR.





Lindsay Wolken

Favorite thing about WSC:  The size, being able to walk to classes and see people I recognize every day is a great feeling and also the fact that when I walk into my classrooms all my professors know my name rather than just knowing me as a number.

Favorite spot on campus:  Conn Library, even though it's undergoing reconstruction and not the quietest building anymore, it is still one of my favorite places. The smell of coffee and books are some of the greatest in the world.

Advice for a new student at WSC: Buy a planner, it will become your lifeline. Write down your assignments and plan out what you need to get done every day rather than just procrastinating it all until the last minute.

A little about me: I grew up on a farm, so I love cows. I'm also an avid reader and can usually be found somewhere with a book and more than likely some coffee. I have three siblings and two adorable nieces that I love to spoil.

Hometown:  Madison, NE

Graduated from:   Madison High School

Major:  Secondary Education – English and History Endorsements

Hobbies:  Reading, talking, going for walks, and online shopping

Fun Fact: I once read 12 books in one week!