PNC Bank is offering students a chance to win a $2,000 scholarship. Check out the website for details on how to enter.
Spring registration opens Oct. 15, and the offices in the C-wing are here to help set you up for success! Meet with the student services representatives who can help you register for classes, pick up some candy and enter for a chance to win a $500 scholarship. It’s all happening October 30 and 31.
The Federal Student Aid office at the Department of Education has alerted us about a malicious phishing campaign whereby attackers use phishing emails to obtain access to student accounts via the student portal. Once access is gained, the attacker changes the student’s direct deposit destination to a bank account controlled by the attacker.
The malicious email states that a new bill is available and contains a link to a malicious site that is made to steal your login credentials. As always, be very careful dealing with unsolicited emails and do not click links in an email without verifying it is legitimate.
If you ever have suspicions about an email, you may forward it to helpdesk@NorthwestState.edu to have it checked. The help desk can also be reached at 419.267.1461.
Interactive screens are located at the three main entrances to campus. Stop by to check the schedule and view the campus map.
Congratulations to all of the students who made the summer semester dean’s list. To be eligible, students must have taken at least 12 credit hours as a full-time student or 6-11.99 as a part-time student and have averaged above a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
NSCC student, Brandon Allen, spoke with nearly 300 Haas Door employees last week. He shared his story of how his NSCC education has helped him get his life on the right track.
Brandon was also the featured student speaker at this year’s NSCC Foundation Scholarship Awards event. Check out a video of his speech.
Meet with your advisor, sign up for classes and learn about students support services—all in one event! See upcoming dates and make an appointment: http://northweststate.edu/express.
Local libraries need you! Eligible students can earn work study dollars this summer by working at various youth literacy events throughout northwest Ohio. Contact Mike Jacobs, career services coordinator, for more information.