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NSCC Proud: MatthewMcKown

Matthew McKown shared why he is NSCC Proud. “Northwest State has taken me to places I never would have dreamed! This photo is me at the Toledo Museum of Art, researching a masterpiece for a class at NSCC. Being an…

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Latest News at NSCC

Red Cross Blood Drive: Feb. 4, 2020

Give blood at NSCC on Tuesday, February 4 from 11 a.m. through 4 p.m.. The blood drive will take place in the Voinovich Auditorium in the ‘E’ Building. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code…

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NSCC Experiences Continued Enrollment Growth

For the second straight semester, Northwest State Community College has experienced enrollment growth, both in terms of physical headcount on campus, as well as full-time equivalency (FTE). The head count increase is attributed in great part to a 19% increase…

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Nursing Program Announces NCLEX Passage Rates

The need for skilled nurses continues to grow nationwide, and Northwest State Community College is leading the way in preparing students to meet the healthcare demands of our communities. The practical nursing graduates from 2019 at NSCC earned a 100%…

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Employee News

Get to Know Ryan Hamilton

Ryan Hamilton recently joined our team as the dean of the STEM & Industrial Technologies Division. Check out the video to learn more about Ryan’s background and why he’s excited to work with community college students.   Music: https://www.purple-planet.com  

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Student News

Get to Know Jason Rickenberg

Jason Rickenberg worked in student-focused positions at Northwest State Community College prior to becoming dean of the Business & Public Services Division. Those experiences served him well for this new opportunity. Check out the video to learn more about Jason…

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Community Events

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Free Mindful Self-Compassion Course

Community Hospitals & Wellness Centers is offering a free mindful self-compassion course in April 2020. This four-part course works on techniques to build resiliency, kindness, forgiveness and more. Although the program is free, registration is required. Learn more.

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