Whether you are looking for a career or just aiming to earn credits that are transferable to an institute of higher education, North Central Michigan College has what you are searching for! We are confident that our comprehensive range of courses and academic programs will assist you in your journey toward your future.
North Central offers certificates and degrees that lead to successful careers.
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Tutoring and Testing Center
The Tutoring and Testing Center (TTC) offers a wide array of services to help you achieve your academic goals.North Central provides an active, collaborative and supportive learning environment which encourages the development of independent learners and promotes both academic and personal success of our students.
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Begin here. Stay here. Succeed here.At North Central Michigan College’s University Center, you can pursue a variety of professional certificates, associate, bachelor's, and graduate programs right here in Petoskey on the North Central community college campus.
Textbooks, clothing, supplies, gifts and more. . .The bookstore is operating online and on campus! The bookstore staff is available to fill orders, answer questions, and provide assistance.
Waganakising Odawa Career and Technical Education ProgramThe Waganakising Odawa Career and Technical Education Program (WOCTEP) operates within the Education Department of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians (LTBB), offering certificate and associates programs in partnership with North Central Michigan College. WOCTEP advisors occasionally visit the campus, utilizing the multipurpose office or conference room in the Tutoring and Testing Center to meet with students. High school graduates, GED graduates, and college students may enroll in WOCTEP. For more information regarding this program or to schedule a meeting, please contact a WOCTEP advisor at (231) 242-1494 or fax (231) 242-1490.
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