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April 23 UPDATE


North Central Family:  In the true spirit of community, many of you have asked us what you can do to help our students succeed amid the uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic, the impact of which has been immediate and significant. Thank you for your concern, and for showing our students that this community — their community — is ready to support their immediate needs and ensure their future success.

A gift to our Student Emergency Fund will help students who are facing immediate financial hardships. These funds will directly support those students most impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic.  

Information about the pandemic is changing rapidly. So too are the challenges that our students are facing and will continue to face in days to come. With support from donors like you, the Student Emergency Fund will help meet the current and future needs of our students.



Student Success
  • Technology and connectivity needs related to remote learning
  • Other emergency or unforeseen circumstances
Basic Needs
  • Housing/Rent/Utilities assistance
  • Personal Automobile/Travel
  • Medical/Dental Bills (cannot cover outstanding balances)
  • Campus Cupboard for food/grocery support

Thank you for supporting North Central’s students and for ensuring they have the resources they need to stay safe and well while continuing their studies. It’s what matters!

Bill Collins and Deanna Klosinski
Many people befitted from knowing Larry Cummings as a loving and caring husband, father, colleague, friend, volunteer, and bartender. Students at NCMC learned and thrived from Professor Cummings as their teacher and mentor. We wish to continue Larry's dedication to students through our donation in his memory.

Chris Pigorsh
NCMC is a community treasure. We are especially honored to contribute to student success during these challenging times.

George and Sharon Bednarik, Class of 69
Thank you to the Foundation for establishing this fund and for caring for and helping students just as NCMC did for me in so many ways. We are so happy to see this caring and nurturing tradition continued.

Jeff Lockridge, North Central Faculty
Our family wanted to help out where we could.