Campus News

Breaking The Mold: Anne Ward

October 3, 2016
Fort Kent resident Anne Ward came to Northern Maine Community College with a plan. “I knew exactly what I wanted.” She purchased a “fixer upper” that needs renovating, in addition to owning a 95-year-old family camp that also needs a large amount of work. Although Anne has experience with refinishing… Read More

NMCC Nursing Students Focus on Community Health

September 29, 2016
Northern Maine Community College will host The Aroostook Medical Center’s community Fall Health Fair on Saturday, October 15th from 10am-1pm. As part of their teaching project, NMCC nursing students are working with TAMC for the fifth year to help supply informational booths at TAMC’s Fall Health Fair.  The students will… Read More

Breaking The Mold: Where Are They Now?

September 9, 2016
For nearly three years, NMCC has been recognizing students who are “breaking the mold”. These students are defying gender stereotypes, breaking barriers, and creating a more diverse workforce by pursuing careers that are considered to be nontraditional for their gender. In this special issue of “Breaking the Mold: Where Are… Read More

Freshmen Resident Students Begin College Career with Volunteer Work

August 24, 2016
For the first time, when freshmen resident students move onto the Northern Maine Community College campus they will be bonding through a number of group activities, and as importantly, connecting with the community through volunteer service projects. Freshmen living on campus will be arriving for orientation on Friday, August 26th,… Read More

Major Grant Awarded to Auto Collision Repair

June 23, 2016
Northern Maine Community College has received an $85,000 grant from the Foundation for Maine’s Community Colleges for equipment and an upgrade to its Automotive Collision Repair Lab. The money will be used for the installation of a paint booth. The grant was announced today at NMCC by Jane Phillips, the… Read More

NMCC Program Receives Special Accreditation

June 17, 2016
The Automotive Collision Repair program at Northern Maine Community College has received the highest level of accreditation attainable for programs of its type.  The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) has recognized the program with its Master accreditation.  While the Automotive Collision Repair program has been accredited for a number… Read More

Spring Dean’s List Announced

June 17, 2016
Northern Maine Community College has released its Dean’s List for the 2016 spring semester.  One hundred and fifty-seven full-time students earned a 3.20 average or better; 53 of these students were named to high honors with a grade point average of 3.85 or better.  Thirty-four students had the distinction of… Read More