Campus News

Diesel Hydraulics “Greens” Their Program

March 27, 2017
Northern Maine Community College has purchased two new pieces of equipment that will have significant positive environmental impact. The Diesel Hydraulics program will now benefit from a single-filter fuel unit and a double-filter kidney machine, which have the capability of cleaning diesel fuel and hydraulic oil that would otherwise be a… Read More

Scholars Honored by Maine Community College Trustees

March 24, 2017
Two Northern Maine Community College students have been named to the All-Maine Academic Team for two-year colleges.  Jenny Morneault of Fort Kent and David Craw of Washburn were honored during a ceremony at the Senator Inn in Augusta on Wednesday, March 22 along with two students from the other six… Read More

Breaking the Mold

March 17, 2017
Last year, NMCC student Joshua Funches moved from Long Island, New York to Limestone, Maine to attend Loring Job Corps. There, he received training in CPR and first aid and earned his Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license. After completing the CNA course, he completed the Culinary Arts program. As he… Read More

Paramedicine Student Wins Canadian Scholarship

March 3, 2017
An NMCC student in the paramedicine program has been awarded a Canadian provincial scholarship for his work on the psychological stressors faced by emergency professionals. Francois Gauthier-Galipeau currently works part time for Ambulance New Brunswick and is one of a handful of Canadian students taking the NMCC paramedicine program.  The… Read More

Senior Make-Over Day

February 27, 2017
Northern Maine Community College will be helping students prepare for the workforce in a very practical way during  Senior Make-Over Day.  On Thursday, March 2nd students will have the opportunity to take advantage of a number of free services which will prepare them to compete and to present themselves professionally… Read More

Students Inducted into Honor Society

February 8, 2017
Eighteen students at Northern Maine Community College have been inducted into the campus’ chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for students at two-year colleges. To be invited to join Phi Theta Kappa, a student must achieve a 3.5 or greater cumulative grade point average while being enrolled… Read More

Breaking the Mold

February 3, 2017
Perhaps a high school physics project involving wiring a battery to a light bulb sparked an interest in electricity for Denise Clark, electrical construction and maintenance (EC) student at NMCC. “I thought it was cool.” Denise has studied other programs at NMCC including computer-aided drafting and accounting, but decided she… Read More

Breaking the Mold

January 19, 2017
When the large department store where NMCC business administration student Mandy Bradbury worked closed its doors last summer, Mandy decided that it was the ideal time to attend college. “Kmart closing was the main reason I decided to come back to school.” For over twenty years, Mandy was employed at… Read More

Northern Maine Community College Student Wins Prestigious State Scholarship

December 16, 2016
The trustees of the Higher Education Assistance Foundation (HEAF) have awarded a $1000 scholarship to Northern Maine Community College business administration major.  Lynn Kelly of Fort Kent received the award during an event on the NMCC campus hosted by the Maine Bankers Association and Katahdin Trust Company. During the event,… Read More

Nurses Teach Middle Schoolers about Germs

December 13, 2016
Eighth-grade science students from Presque Isle Middle School took a short road trip on December 7th to have a "hands-on" health lesson in the nursing lab at Northern Maine Community College.  Teacher Lisa Dow brought two separate groups totaling 34 students to the NMCC lab where they learned about where… Read More