Shop for the Cure

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, December 2 for NSCC’s annual Shop for the Cure event. More than 30 vendors will be on hand offering items like handmade jewelry, purses, sweet treats and more. Best of all, at least 10% of the day’s sales will benefit the American Cancer Society. Schedule some time to shop on December 2 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Atrium.

Stock up on holiday gifts, support cancer research and support these local vendors & independent consultants:

  • ElizaHenry, LLC
  • Pretzelady
  • Uniquely Mine Designs
  • 31 Gifts
  • C&R Creations
  • Doris Marsh Crafts
  • Kelly’s Sweet Treats
  • Tropical Freeze
  • CCCN/Tiana’s Wish
  • The Pampered Chef
  • Magabags
  • Heavenly Scents
  • Thrive by Le-Vel
  • Origami Owl
  • Mary Kay Cosmetics
  • The Chicken Coop
  • Junk in my Trunk
  • La La Lucy, LLC
  • Enhancements
  • Liamollie Soaps
  • Dr. Karen Joy King
  • Stella & Dot
  • Aspire Wellness
  • J&M Country Creations
  • Le-Vel/All’asta
  • Scentsy Fragrance
  • Younique
  • Jamberry Nails
  • Personalize It!
  • Samaritan Creations
  • Close to my Heart
  • GG Jewels
  • Pallet Play

Common Childhood Illness Training

Northwest State has two upcoming opportunities for daycare personnel needing to fulfill their communicable disease training requirement.

Common Childhood Illness Training

Common Childhood Illness Refresher Course

For more information, call Brianna Bartley at 419.267.1345 or email

Health Fair

NSCC nursing students are hosting a free Health Fair on Thursday, November 13. In addition to health tips, the fair will feature a flu shot clinic courtesy of the Fulton County Health Department. The entire event will run from 9:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m., with flu shots beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Flu vaccines, both injectable and mist, will be available for $40 or $55 for a high-dose vaccine for those 65 and older. This year’s vaccine offers additional protection, including two “B” strains and two “A” strains of influenza.

The event will also feature:

  • Blood pressure screenings
  • Skin cancer derma scan screenings
  • Information on heart health
  • Tips for staying healthy during cold and flu season
  • And more

The Health Fair will be held in the Atrium and it is free and open to the public.

Christmas for Kids

The NSCC Student Body Organization is once again partnering with Christmas for Kids to help bring joy to local families in need. New, unwrapped toys can be dropped off in the NSCC Bookstore, ‘E’ Building and the Welcome Center through November 15. All donations will stay in the five-county area.

The campus community and the public are invited to a Christmas for Kids celebration and live broadcast with Mix 98.1 on Wednesday, November 12 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The festivities will include music, refreshments, photos with Santa and more in the NSCC Atrium.

Operation Christmas Child

Help fill a shoebox, and share the joy of the holidays with children around the world. The NSCC Nursing Student Activities Committee is collecting donations for Operation Christmas Child. Items can be dropped off in the NSCC Nursing Lab on the second floor of the ‘H’ Building Monday, November 3 through Friday, November 21.

What to include:

  • Toys – small dolls, toy cars, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, balls, toys that light up and make noise (extra batteries please), etc.
  • School supplies – pens, pencils and sharpeners, crayons, markers, notebooks, paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.
  • Non-liquid hygiene items – toothbrushes, bar soap, combs, washcloths, etc.
  • Accessories – t-shirts, socks, hats, sunglasses, hair clips, jewelry, watches, flashlights (extra batteries please), etc.

Spring Registration Error Message

Have you received this error message while trying to register for spring classes? 

error messageHere’s a step-by-step guide of how to find the cause:

  • Go “Look Up Classes” and click on the CRN link
  • From the schedule listing, click on the course name and number at the top
    course name and number
  • Look through the prerequisites and co-requisites listed at the bottom of the pageprerequisites
  • Consult with your academic advisor or run a DegreeWorks audit to determine which course(s) you should register for instead

If the course lists the Online Learning Readiness Assessment as a prerequisite, follow these steps:

  • Follow these instructions to add the course
  • Review the material and take the test
  • Check your score in the gradebook or under tests & quizzes. You must have at least a 75% (184 points) to pass.
  • Wait. Grades are updated every other hour (9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., etc.).
  • Register for your online class as normal

Race to Registration

Do you need help registering for spring classes? Stop by an upcoming Race to Registration Workshop! Before attending, follow these steps:

  • Schedule a meeting with your advisor
  • Print this form and take it to your advising session
  • Bring the completed form to the workshop of your choice

There are several sessions to choose from, and all sessions will take place in A109.

  • Monday, October 27, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 3:30-5:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, October 28, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 3:30-5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, November 5, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 3:30-5:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, November 6, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. & 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Everyone who participates will be entered to win a $25 gift card to the NSCC Bookstore!


Ebola Virus: Planning & Protecting

In an effort to provide accurate, factual information on the Ebola virus and it’s impact on Ohio, the Black Swamp Safety Council hosted a panel discussion with representatives from the Williams County Health Department this week. Because this topic is of great interest to the campus community and general public, the Williams County Health Department granted permission for us to share the presentation.

It includes information on the history of the virus, how it is transmitted, the Ohio connection and plans that are in place to help protect the US. Additionally, it provides a list of trustworthy sources for those who want to follow the latest developments.

Thank you to the Black Swamp Safety Council for organizing the presentation and to the Williams County Health Department for helping to keep the community well informed.