My NMC Story
What's your NMC story?
Maybe you're an NMC alumnus, volunteer, or Dennos Museum patron.
Maybe you're a business owner, a WNMC radio listener or a donor.
Maybe you've visited Rogers Observatory, attended the annual NMC Barbecue, or sent a child here.
Maybe all of the above apply.
Whatever your connection is, we hope you'll be willing to share why NMC is important and meaningful to you in a new college outreach effort.
"My NMC Story" is a broad-based endeavor to collect and share the personal experience of NMC's many constituencies in multiple formats.
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NMC student Dan Karlskin (photo at right) has a great story. A first-generation college student and NMC Commitment Scholar, he is now president of both the NMC and Michigan chapter of the national community college honor society, Phi Theta Kappa. He's a member of NMC's Student Government Association. He studies business at NMC and plans to transfer to a four-year school after graduation.
Ready to share your story?
It's easy. Use this online form »
Questions? E-mail Cari Noga, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at (231) 995-1027.
NMC students both past and present are achieving success in the classroom and in their chosen fields. This section showcases just a few of those successes. Read more »
"Burgers in the rain for NMC"
That's one of hundreds of stories we got when we asked people to share their NMC story ... in only six words.
Modeled after the Smith Magazine six-word memoir project, we invite you to tell your NMC story in six words.