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Northern Maine Community College was established in 1961, and the first class entered the college in 1963. Today, NMCC impacts over 2,000 students annually through various programs.

More than 7,000 graduates are now meeting employer needs throughout the state, the nation, and abroad. Thanks to the support from business and industry throughout the state, NMCC is proud to have more than 250 individuals serve on advisory committees for our various programs. This ensures that NMCC's programs provide the most relevant, technically advanced information required in their industry. The College has earned the reputation of a top-quality educational facility.
Cited by the Aspen Institute as one of the nation's top 150 community colleges for commitment to student success and educational excellence.  
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March 30 - April 3 (no classes)

Residence Halls close at 5 PM, Friday, March 27th - re-open Sunday, April 5th at noon.

Enjoy the break, travel safely and use your time wisely.

A recent report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, indicates that in the 2013-14 academic year 46% of all students who completed a four-year degree were enrolled at a two-year institution at some point in the previous 10 years.

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Need a class; want to get ahead; learn new skills; meet new people? Take a summer course. Some scholarships available - (see the financial aid office).

View the schedule at: (don't forget to change the Term to: 2014-15 AY Summer)

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ATTENTION 2015 GRADUATES - Stop by the NM library at your earliest convenience for your yearbook photo.  It's free and twenty years from now you will really be thankful it wasn't your ID picture that was used!

2015 recipient of the Maine Tobacco-Free College Network's Gold Star Standards of Excellence award.  The award was given "In recognition of the school's dedication to creating a healthy and safe environment to learn, live and work by implementing a t...

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