Community input on NMC's future sought at virtual meeting

TRAVERSE CITY — Northwestern Michigan College welcomes community input on the future of the college at a virtual all-call strategic planning meeting Wednesday, May 26.

Guided by consultants CampusWorks, the strategic planning process, called NMC Next, began in April and will engage all college stakeholders — faculty, staff, students, alumni, board and community members — in refocusing energies and resources for the next three calendar years and leverage NMC’s past successes to meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. The all-call meeting, set for 3:30-5 p.m., is an opportunity for anyone who is not part of those defined stakeholder groups to offer their input.

Participation is free. Interested individuals can register using this form at Zoom links will be sent after registration is complete.

NMC Next is NMC’s most comprehensive strategic planning effort in more than a decade. The final strategic plan document will be presented to the Board of Trustees at its December meeting and then launched to the campus community in January 2022.

“The voices and critical insights of not only the college but the entire community are central to the success of our efforts, and we value everyone’s participation as we engage in this important process,” said NMC President Nick Nissley.

Release date: MAY 14, 2021

For more information:

Diana Fairbanks
Executive Director of Public Relations, Marketing and Communications
(231) 995-1019


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