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New Books at the Library- December highlights

The library has purchased many new books so far this year. You can view a handful here along with partial descriptions or go here to see the full listing. These books are on display in the library's lobby. Title: The aisles have eyes : how retailers track your...

New! Custom Order NMC Apparel

The bookstore is excited to announce a custom NMC apparel section on the bookstore website! Check out our new selection here. Choose your style, color, and size; submit your order, and we'll contact you when it arrives! Custom orders will take approximately 2-3 weeks;...

Take a 15 minute break and get your body moving!

Chris Barr- Blue Cross Wellness Coordinator will be leading a quick break time exercise on your campus! Monday, December 11: 9:30 a.m.- University Center Room 106 11 a.m.- Great Lakes Campus Room 103 1:30 p.m.- Health Science Room 101 3 p.m.- Parsons Stulen Room...

Good luck on finals!

The Advising Center wishes you great success on your final exams in the coming weeks! Make sure you are registered for Spring semester before this semester is...

Fall Rental Books Due

Books rented from the NMC Bookstore are due on Friday, December 15, 2017. Can't remember which books you rented? Email the bookstore at bookstore@nmc.edu and include your student ID, and we'll get you a...

The Invisible War documentary to be shown Dec. 6

The Invisible War is a documentary that discusses sexual assault in the United States Military. The documentary interviews veterans from different branches of the United States Armed Forces who have experienced sexual assault while in their branch. Wednesday December...

NMC Veterans Day Activities, November 13

Dear colleagues: On Monday, November 13, NMC will observe Veterans Day with morning activities to mark the day with special recognition for student, faculty, and staff veterans. Please encourage and allow any veterans in your classes and offices to attend the...

NMC has lost another friend

Dear College Community: It is with regret that I share the news of Dr. Lornie Kerr’s passing.  Lornie had a long history of service to NMC beginning as Dean of Students in 1970.  He served as Acting President of NMC in 1986 and retired as Vice President of Student and...

Is health care reform our ‘canary in the mine?’

When systems are in a transformative state, the underlying assumptions that influence their operations and purposes must be examined and questioned. One way to do this is to look at organizations or industries with similar characteristics and determine what we can learn and/or project from their journey.