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Future Students

Ready to come to NMC? You can apply online today!

Admission is open to all high school graduates, or those who have satisfactorily completed the General Education Development (GED) test.

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Our goal is to help all students be successful at NMC. To help you meet your educational goals, you will be fully supported by our Admissions Advisors, Student Success Center and Academic Advisors.

Explore Your Major »

We are pleased to present a series of events called "Explore Your Major"! These events are geared towards prospective students looking to explore a specific academic area. Learn more »

Have you Been an NMC student before?

Welcome back to NMC! As a returning student we simply ask that you update your information with us to ensure accuracy of our records. If it has been more than one semester since you have attended NMC (not counting summer) you can fill out an online application to update your information.

Transferring from another college or university to NMC?

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Did you know?

By 2020, 65 percent of job openings will require workers with at least some college education.

Source: Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements Through 2020, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

Proud fact

NMC’s average class size is 20 students.

My NMC Story

Kristina Johnson

“NMC is an affordable, yet diverse and quality-based institution for those who are not ready to attend a large university.”