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We've got you covered for Fall 2020! Learn in person, remotely, or a combination of both.


Even though the times may feel uncertain, your education won't be.

The college campus continues to employ measures aimed at ensuring a safe, seamless transition to the Summer semester, which begins on May 10 and July 6 .

A Health Email ( is available to provide a method for individuals to submit issues of noncompliance or ask health-related questions.

North Central Michigan College will convene Summer semester classes beginning May 10, 2021. The College is following its Return to Campus Plan and the Reopening Grid and is fully prepared and excited to welcome students, faculty, and staff back to campus for the Summer 2021 semester.

COVID-19 has taught us that, as an institution, we can respond with flexibility in the face of crisis. We want to take the best of what we've learned and bring it forward into the next academic year. It's likely that some disruption from COVID-19 will continue into the winter of 2021. Our proactive response to that possibility continues to be the NC ADAPT initiative.

North Central Michigan College will adapt to disruptions caused by COVID-19 by providing face-to-face and remote instruction when necessary.

NC ADAPT also means the college will be ready to help you respond to financial changes or a lack of reliable internet. If your individual situation changes, stay in touch and keep the College aware of the challenges you're facing.

"We know that many students, and even their parents, are rethinking plans for fall, and we understand,” said Dr. David Roland Finley, North Central president.  “Our students deserve every assurance that a North Central degree is attainable and transferable, and our value proposition is stronger than ever, with nearly $40,000 in savings compared to the first two years at many four-year universities in Michigan.  It’s our job to respond to this situation and communicate relevant information so that our students can feel confident about their choice to attend North Central Michigan College."