All students and alumni are invited to bring their families and join us for free food and fun on Wednesday, August 13 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Take a tour, enjoy inflatable games, spin the wheel for prizes and more. Make plans to attend and help us start off the fall semester on a great note. Activities will take place in the Atrium. We hope to see you there!
Cadets in the NSCC Law Enforcement Academy will have more opportunities to practice their driving techniques, search & seizure skills and more thanks to the Whitehouse Police Department. The department recently donated a patrol car to NSCC.
Pictured are David Mack, academy commander (left) and Mark McDonough, police chief (right).
“This donation will make a big impact on students in the academy. In the past, cadets had access to police vehicles but only for limited amounts of time,” said David Mack, academy commander at NSCC. “Having a police vehicle permanently on site will give the students more opportunities to train for stops and approaches, search and seizures, patrol and traffic enforcement, and driving techniques. That means students will be better prepared when they graduate and enter the workforce.”
Mack worked with Mark McDonough, chief of the Whitehouse Police Department to secure the donation. “The academy has a strong history of partnering with local law enforcement agencies to enhance student training. That support is critical to the success of our students,” said Lori Robison, dean of Allied Health & Public Services at NSCC. “We appreciate all of Chief McDonough’s efforts and the Whitehouse Police Department’s commitment to helping educate the next generation of law enforcement professionals.”
Are you employed as a teacher aide, classroom aide or instructional assistant? Consider broadening your skills and increasing your career opportunities through Northwest State’s paraprofessional education program. NSCC’s new cohort program consists of evening and online classes, making it ideal for working professionals who want to earn an associate degree.
As an added benefit, you may qualify for free training (tuition and fees) through a grant made possible by the Ohio Department of Education. Learn more about the cohort program and complete an application today. The application deadline has been extended to July 11, 2014. Letters of reference and transcripts may be brought to the scheduled interview, after submission of your application.
For more information, call 419.267.1345 or email bbartley@NorthwestState.edu.
Due to fiscal year-end processing, student registration and payment services through myNSCC will be unavailable from 8 p.m. on Monday, June 30 to 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 1. We encourage students to plan accordingly and apologize for any inconvenience.
Opportunities are waiting for you at Northwest State! Mark your calendar to attend the Summer Open House on Wednesday, July 9 from 2-4 p.m. You can learn more about:
- Degree and certificate programs
- Financial aid and scholarships
- Student support services
- How to get started
While you’re on campus, fill out a FREE application, take a tour and find out how Northwest State offers everything you need to succeed.
Congratulations to all of the students who made the Dean’s List for spring 2014! We are proud of you and your accomplishments. Click here to view the complete list.
Come join the fun at Northwest State this summer! We have two opportunities for kids to learn new ideas, solve problems and explore the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
Summer STEM Camps are available July 21-24 (students who completed grades 5-6) and July 28-31 (students who completed grades 7-8). Check out the flyer for more information on what the camps include and how to register.
Editor’s Note: Registration for the 2014 Summer STEM Camps has been closed. Both camps are full, but if you would like to place your child’s name on the waiting list, please contact Mari Yoder at 419.267.1268 or mari.yoder@NorthwestState.edu.
Did you know that you can earn a bachelor’s degree in electro-mechanical engineering from Miami University without leaving Northwest State? Stop by E100 on Thursday, April 24 at 4:15 p.m. to learn more. Greg Gibbs from Miami University will be on campus to share information about the 2+2 program and answer questions from new and returning students.