Campus News

Breaking the mold: Malerie Buck

January 24, 2018
“Business has always been a big part of my life,” states NMCC business administration student Malerie Buck. Her parents own two businesses, the Maine Malt House and Buck Farms in Mapleton. Malerie has childhood memories of growing up on the family farm. “I worked on the farm racking the potatoes.… Read More

Dean’s List Announced for Fall 2017

January 24, 2018
Northern Maine Community College is pleased to recognize the academic excellence of its students with the announcement of the Dean’s List for the 2017 fall semester. The College offers over 35 associate degree and certificate-level programs, preparing students to either enter the workforce immediately upon graduation or to transfer to… Read More

Robotics Incorporated into Curriculum at NMCC

January 10, 2018
The high-tech future of industry is now at Northern Maine Community College, as students in the Electrical and Construction Maintenance program are using robotics to develop their skills. Instructor Todd Maynard said science and technology are extremely important for today’s students as they are a pathway to career opportunities in… Read More

Makerspace Opens a New Avenue for Creativity

January 8, 2018
Libraries have a rich history of providing vital services to communities. Despite more people finding information online, people are still interested in preserving libraries as key components to community growth and development. This is never more evident than on a college campus, particularly at Northern Maine Community College. Last semester,… Read More

BREAKING THE MOLD – Where are they now?

December 19, 2017
For the past four 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 non-traditional for their gender. This month, former NMCC Breaking the Mold students share the career… Read More

Students Visit UMaine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center

December 6, 2017
First-year students in Northern Maine Community College’s Building Construction Technology program recently visited UMaine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center. Students toured some of the latest research and development projects involving wood, wood fibers, and composites of wood with various resins. NM students and instructor Frank Pytlak also learned of the… Read More

NMCC Nursing Students Hold Annual Well Elder Tea

November 21, 2017
Northern Maine Community College recently honored Aroostook County senior citizens who volunteered for the Nursing program’s Well Elder initiative at celebratory teas and luncheons. The events were held on the Presque Isle campus and at Calais Regional Hospital. "The benefits of hosting the Well-Elder Tea is first to show our… Read More

Breaking the Mold: Genesis Hart

November 14, 2017
When Northern Maine Community College business administration student Genesis Hart was in high school, she ran a business out of her locker. Her business consisted of selling snacks, school supplies, and cell phone chargers to her classmates. Business was great and she made a profit. At a young age, Genesis… Read More

New Program Is Making a Splash

November 3, 2017
Northern Maine Community College has developed a one-of-a-kind program to train technicians in the water treatment field. NMCC will be the only college in Maine to offer an Associate Degree in Water Treatment Technology (WTT) as well as certificates in both water and wastewater treatment technologies. According to the industry,… Read More