Do You Need 1 credit hour to be a full-time Student?
Check out Physical Eduation (PE), Health & Fitness (HF) and Outdoor Pursuit (OU) course offerings.
The NMC associate degree can include 2 credit hours from PE/HF/OU and credits normally transfer as general electives to other schools.
Health and Fitness, Outdoor Pursuits, and Physical Education
These make up the academic program areas. Each area highlights physically active courses for developing skills. Current course details can be found under "Course Descriptions" or by following this link.
Most courses joint offerings to the community, meaning you can take the class for academic credit OR you can enroll through NMC Extended Education on a non-credit basis. Call (231) 995-1700 for more information.
Offers three co-ed field and gym team sports played in 6-week sessions throughout the academic year. You can create a team or request to be on a team in the following sports:
Fall: Flag football, Volleyball
Spring: Basketball, Sports Sampler
For details, contact Sports and Recreation at (231) 995-1199 or via email to Jim Szur at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students and community members can participate in regularly scheduled open recreation hours in the Rajkovich Building. Open recreation is sport focused and varies throughout the year between basketball, volleyball and soccer. Academic students attend free; community members pay $3 per session on a punch card system or $5 per session pay.
Get fit, stay fit in the newly-renovated NMC Fitness Center. New equipment and expanded hours started in Fall 2012. The Center is a great resource for NMC employees, students and community members. Find current hours and details here. For more information, call (231) 995-1379.
A variety of non-credit courses are available each term. For a current list, visit the Personal Enrichment section of the Extended Education website.