Applications and Placement Testing

Please download, fill out completely, and send along with a $20.00 application fee or fee waiver to NMCC Admissions, 33 Edgemont Drive, Presque Isle, ME  04769.  Be sure to request that your high school transcripts be sent along with SAT and Accuplacer scores (if applicable).  Include an email address that you regularly check.

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Quantitative Reasoning Sample questions (Math)

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Interested in living on campus?  Check out the "Campus Life" tab at the top of this page!  You can also download, fill out, and return the Housing Request Application in this window.  Email the Director of Residential Life with questions:

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Student Health

Student Health Forms are due no later that August 1 for entrance into the Fall semester and December 1 for entrance into the Spring semester.

This form is required for all students NOT in Allied Health programs.  Physical Exam is MANDATORY for Early Childhood Education majors.

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This form is required for all students entering Nursing, EMS and Medical Assisting.

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Fill out this form if you would like to make an appointment with the NMCC Health Center for immunizations, lab tests or physical exams.

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Nursing Program Information

Letter of Recommendation forms are to be given to individuals who will be providing the reference letter.  Recommendations will ONLY BE ACCEPTED by letters returned directly to the Admissions office BY THE INDIVIDUAL COMPLETING THE REFERENCE LETTER.

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Supplemental questions and weekly calendar - Practical Nursing program

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     Applications for the fall nursing classes are accepted beginning September 1st of the prior year.  Please see detailed information for nursing program applications at > Admissions & Financial Aid > Nursing Application Process.  For additional information please call the Admissions Office at (207)768-2785.   

 Early Decision - Nursing Applicants

     Exceptionally well-qualified applicants to NMCC's Nursing Program may be offered an early decision on their candidacy and forego the regular competitive admission process.  Exceptionally well-qualified candidates will have achieved a TEAS Composite score of "Advanced" or higher, and will have met all other application requirements and prerequisite coursework as stated in the nursing application process.