Check out the list of student groups and find one (or more!) that's right for you. More »
Services Offered in the Student Life Office
(located on the lower level of West Hall, next to the bookstore)
- Free Events and Activities for students and community members
- Personal Counseling
- Assistance with creating new student groups
- Supporting current student group needs
- Come to our office and hang out! The door is always open!
Enhance your learning experience at NMC by getting involved in our student organizations. Student organizations play an important role in your education and in your personal development.
Experiences in organizations build skills that’ll last you a lifetime.
We’ve got plenty to choose from! Don’t see what you're looking for? No problem – we’ll help you start a new group!
- Information on child care at NMC (PDF) »
- Student Group Information and Resources »
- Free Personal Counseling »
This flash mob was a Student Life organized event in conjunction with the first ever worldwide movement to end violence towards women. Get involved, change the world!
Jumpstart MyNMC is a chance for new NMC students to learn about Academic services and Student Life services as well as meet other students in a fun and interactive way. Free food, activities, campus tour, and Question & Answer sessions will help you feel more prepared as you begin your higher education journey.
Win Huge Prizes!
Come visit the Student Life Office where you can do brain teasers in exchange for Student Life Dollars to earn cool prizes like gas cards, gift cards, snacks and more! And don't worry about getting an answer wrong, we offer you an unlimited number of hints!
NMC students will be welcomed back to campus the weekend of Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28 with a series of FREE events including a movie night, ice cream social, professor Q&A, games, prizes, bowling and more!
My NMC Story
“The student life and its many organizations provide chances to get involved, even at a community college the many events and outings allow social involvement that helps promote lasting relationships.”