NMC 2014 summer admission application deadline on June 6

datesNote that new students and returning students (former NMC students who did not take courses at NMC in the previous semester) are required to take the English and math placement tests, and to attend student orientation prior to registering for courses.

New students who are interested in enrolling for the Northern Marianas College’s summer 2014 six-week session may submit their application for admission no later than Friday, June 6, 2014.

Applications for admission and other forms may be picked up at NMC’s Office of Admissions & Records located in Building N at the NMC As Terlaje campus, or may be downloaded from www.marianas.edu. Application forms submitted after the deadline will be processed for the following semester, fall 2014. Note that summer enrollment is not available to F-1 students.

Students may arrange to take the placement tests within the designated time frame by contacting acting testing coordinator Queanna Sablan, at 237-6774 or emailing queanna.sablan@marianas.edu, or visiting the Testing Center in Building I during regular hours.

NMC offers several degree programs, including a bachelor of science degree in education (emphasis on elementary education, early childhood education, special education, or rehabilitation and human services), associate degrees in business, business administration (emphasis on accounting, business management, or computer applications), liberal arts, nursing, natural resources management, criminal justice, and hospitality management.

For additional information or inquiries, contact the Office of Admissions and Records at 237-6768/6769/6771 or visit www.marianas.edu. (PR)

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