Campus News

BREAKING THE MOLD: Matthieu Doiron

February 28, 2018
When New Brunswick, Canada native Matthieu Doiron was in high school, he was told that he should be a doctor or a physical therapist. He really liked biology and had several interests in the healthcare field but was undecided what career path to follow. Despite what others suggested he should… Read More

Martin Named New Dean of Development and College Relations

February 9, 2018
Northern Maine Community College recently announced Dr. Dorothy “Dottie” Martin has been named the new Dean of Development and College Relations. For the past seven years Martin has served as the Academic Dean at NMCC. In her new capacity, Martin will provide leadership and management of several components: marketing, communications,… Read More

Employer Campus Visits Benefit Students

February 7, 2018
Northern Maine Community College officials know the value of strong relationships between employers, educators and students, as evidenced by three fall semester campus visits from General Electric, Pratt & Whitney and the Associated General Contractors of Maine. The October visit from the Associated General Contractors of Maine was an opportunity… Read More

Former Student Donates Hybrid Vehicle

February 7, 2018
A former Northern Maine Community College student and his wife are helping Automotive Technology students get a leg up in the ever-evolving world of electric and hybrid vehicles. David and Mary Ellen Boone donated a 2007 Toyota Prius to the program. “This donation will help our students get the hand’s-on… Read More

Gallant Paintings Featured in Library for First Friday Art Walk

January 26, 2018
The works of Caribou’s Martin Gallant will be featured by the Edmunds Library at Northern Maine Community College during the next First Friday Art Walk in Presque Isle on February 2. The First Friday Art Walk began in 2010 as a year-round event where people can meet, unwind and enjoy… Read More

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