Campus Resources

Resources

Computers available for students are located in dorms, in the library and learning center, and throughout campus. The ratio of computers to students is 1:2, providing ample opportunity for access. Our learning center provides academic and tutoring assistance, including personal and career counseling, and support for students with special needs.

Costs & Financial Aid

Save money! You can receive a quality educations and save several thousand dollars by choosing NMCC.

Get to work faster! You will gain an employable skill after two years. More than 90 percent of our grads are employed or going on to school after six months.

Start here, go there! If you plan to continue on to a four year baccalaurate degree, why not start at NMCC? In two years you can earn an associate's degree and continue your education if you should choose. It's the smart and cost effective way to continue your education.

Approximately 77 percent of eligible NMCC students receive some form of financial aid totaling almost $4 million annually. We'll help you through the application process.

Accreditation

NMCC is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.

Housing

A variety of campus housing options are available for students, including a traditional coed residence hall, apartments, and suite-style residences. Our modern dining facility is available for both resident and commuting students.

Student Support Services

Students who are on academic probation, or who have not met the minimum standard to advance in a major program of study, or who are in pre-probationary academic difficulty, are required to meet with the college counselor to develop a written plan for academic success. This plan may includes a reduced course load, re-taking courses, establishing a tutoring schedule, enrolling in a study skills class or workshop, reducing outside commitments, extending an expected graduation date, or participating in career counseling, etc. After this plan has been completed, the student will meet with the counselor regularly during the semester in order that his or her academic progress can be monitored.