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NCMC Student Head Count Up For Fall Semester

Fall enrollment at North Central Missouri College is up slightly in head count and down a little in credit hours, according to information presented to the college’s board of trustees.
During a meeting held Tuesday evening on the campus, NCMC President Dr. Lenny Klaver told trustees that enrollment for the fall semester is at 1,719 students, up from 1,708 last fall. Those students, however, are generating 3.91 percent less credit

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NCMC Approves Purchase Of Scoreboard, Sets Levy, OKs Personnel Matters

North Central Missouri College trustees approved the purchase of a new scoreboard for the Ketcham Community Center as well as approving several personnel items during a meeting held Tuesday in which the 2016 tax levy was set.
With the help of the NCMC Foundation, the board voted to purchase a new scoreboard for the Ketcham Community Center. The college will use its cash reserves to purchase the scoreboard, with the

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NCMC Takes Steps To Ensure Student Success

North Central Missouri College is taking steps to help students who may need extra academic help be successful in college.
Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Instruction Dr. Sharon Weiser told college trustees Tuesday night about changes in the key performance indicators for performance funding measures, which are applied to a portion of new appropriations from the state. Colleges have the choice of using two of five performance measures

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NCMC Board Approves Nursing Salary Increase, Hires Basketball Coach

In an attempt to compete with clinical nursing positions, North Central Missouri College trustees voted to increase the base salary for instructors in its nursing program during a meeting Tuesday that also included the hiring of a men’s basketball coach, the creation of a new position and a report on efforts to help students in developmental courses be more successful.
Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences Brooke McAtee presented a

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Cathie Smith Nominated For Foundation Board

Cathie Smith, a 2009 North Central Missouri College Distinguished Alumni, has been nominated as a new member of the NCMC Foundation Board of Directors.
Mrs. Smith received an Associate in Arts degree from TJC/NCMC, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Truman State University, and a Master’s Degree from Northwest Missouri State University. Mrs. Smith, the former Mayor of Trenton, served as Deputy Juvenile Officer for 19 years, Chief Juvenile

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Aubrey Utley Earns Degree

Aubrey Utley of Trenton recently graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, AL.
Miss Utley, the daughter of John and Tracy Utley, earned a bachelor of science degree from the McWhorter School of Pharmacy. She is also the granddaughter of Bill and Peggy Ausmus and Clarence Utley, all of Trenton.

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Two Named To Missouri S&T Honor List

Two area students are among those named to the spring semester honors list at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla.
Alex Davis of Trenton and Charles Bennett of Jamesport were named to the list for having a grade point average of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale and carrying a minimum of 12 hours of credit.

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MU Honor Students Are Named

Several area students have been named to the spring dean’s list at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
The list includes Dalton Burkeybile, Wyatt Coffman, Malinda Foster, Karson Hill, Adam Kirby, Kate Lowrey and Alanna Wright, all of Trenton; Carlee Johnson of Laredo; Megan Ellis of Jamesport; and Kelsey Batson, Brody Cridlebaugh and Nic Roberts, all of Princeton.

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NCMC Vice President Leaving For NWMSU Post

A long-time administrator at North Central Missouri College is leaving her post to take a position at Northwest Missouri State University.
NCMC trustees reluctantly and with regret accepted the resignation of Dr. Jamie Hooyman during the board’s regular meeting on Monday evening. Dr. Hooyman, who has been at NCMC for the past 10 years, has accepted the position of vice provost of NWMSU in Maryville. She currently serves as vice

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