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KCC To Close For Easter

The Ketcham Community Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College will be closed all day Sunday, April 20.
The KCC will re-open for its regular hours of operation on Monday, April 21.

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NCMC To Offer Welding Classes

North Central Missouri College of Trenton is offering welding skills training tuition-free for individuals who qualify. A federal grant will offset the tuition cost for eligible participants.
Accelerated training classes in welding will begin June 10 and last eight weeks. They will be taught at the Grand River Technical School, which also serves as NCMC’s outreach location in Chillicothe. The classes are designed to lead to industry-based credentials as well

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NCMC Scholarship Reception

Contributors to the North Central Missouri College Foundation’s Gifts in Action campaign or Knowledge Fund scholarship drive are encouraged to attend a scholarship reception set for Thursday, May 1.
The reception will be at 4 p.m. in the Cross Coffee Shop in Cross Hall on the NCMC campus. The reception will honor 2013-2014 scholarship recipients and thank those who donated funds for the scholarships. Some recipients are expected to speak

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NCMC Plans Community Classes

North Central Missouri College’s Community Education Department is now enrolling interested participants in a variety of non-credit educational courses.
All classes are taught in the evening Members of the public are encouraged to enroll in these short courses and enrollees do not need to be NCMC students.
Course offerings and their meeting dates include Introduction to Social Media (Monday, April 21, $15); Scrapbooking: Creating Six Pages in One Workshop! (Monday,

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NCMC Instructor Retires, Head Start Funding Discussed

Trustees at North Central Missouri College took action on several personnel items and discussed funding for the Head Start program during a meeting held Tuesday evening.
The board accepted the retirement of Eddie Koenig, criminal justice instructor, effective June 27. He has taught full-time at NCMC for the past 20 years.
Other resignations accepted included Callie Hunter, skills lab/simulation coordinator, effective June 2014, and Cathy Smith, an academic advisor in

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NCMC Students, Staff Earn Honors

Caleb  Bounds, a student at North Central Missouri College, was honored for his selection to the All-Missouri Academic Team by the Missouri Community College Association. The honor is presented to the state’s top community college students. Bounds has a 4.0 grade point average and serves as a resident assistant. He has received the Board of Trustees and Heartland Touchstone Caregivers scholarships. He is vice president of fellowship for his campus Phi Theta Kappa chapter and is president of the Residence Hall Association. He is also a pitcher on the NCMC baseball team. He plans to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in sports management. Pictured are, from left, NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, MCCA Executive Director Zora Mulligan, Bounds and NCMC Advisor Coordinator Jenna Vandel.

Caleb  Bounds, a student at North Central Missouri College, was honored for his selection to the All-Missouri Academic Team by the Missouri Community College Association. The honor is presented to the state’s top community college students. Bounds has a 4.0 grade point average and serves as a resident assistant. He has received the Board of Trustees and Heartland Touchstone Caregivers scholarships. He is vice president of fellowship for his campus

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Grant To NCMC Student

As part of the activities of a recent National TRiO Day, an North Central Missouri College Foundation Scholarship was awarded to student Trevon Jones from Kansas City.  Jones’ name was drawn at random after the completion of a puzzle activity. This scholarship is from the foundation’s Knowledge Fund, which is an endowed composite scholarship fund. Also pictured is NCMC Development Director Teresa Cross.

As part of the activities of a recent National TRiO Day, an North Central Missouri College Foundation Scholarship was awarded to student Trevon Jones from Kansas City. Jones’ name was drawn at random after the completion of a puzzle activity. This scholarship is from the foundation’s Knowledge Fund, which is an endowed composite scholarship fund. Also pictured is NCMC Development Director Teresa Cross.

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Local Woman On Honor’s List

Chandler Wilson of Trenton was named to the All-Academic “A” list at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS for the fall semester.
Miss Wilson is a sophomore government/history major at the school, where she also participates in track and field. She is the daughter of Scott and Robin Wilson of Trenton.

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NCMC Sets Tuition Rates For 2014-2015

Tuition and fees for the 2014-2015 school year were set during a Tuesday evening meeting of North Central Missouri College trustees, with trustees taking steps to make tuition for nursing students consistent from one program to another and from site to site.
Tuition was raised $2 in all rate categories except dual credit, which will remain $90 per credit hour for both in-district and Missouri students. The new per-credit hour

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