New Student Admissions Information Summary

NCMC has an open-door admissions policy, welcoming applications for admission from all prospective students who desire and can benefit from our programs. If you fulfill the criteria in one of the following categories, you could be an NCMC student. It’s that simple!

  • If you have a diploma from an accredited high school, a certificate showing satisfactory completion of the General Education Development (GED) Test, or for a home-schooled students provide verification of having completed a high school program you are eligible for admission to North Central Missouri College.
  • If you are a junior or senior in an accredited high school, you may take college level courses through the dual-enrollment program or as a visiting student on campus.
  • If you are a transfer student in good standing at the college or university you last attended, you are eligible for admission with advanced standing. Course work appropriate to the degree you seek will be accepted.

Admissions Deadline
Summer 2016 – Application due May 13, 2016, complete file of all required transcripts and documents is May 20, 2016.

Fall 2016 – Application due August 5, 2016, complete file of all required transcripts and documents is due August 17, 2016.

Spring 2017 -Application due December 16, 2016, complete file of all required transcripts and documents is due January 4, 2017

Five easy steps to begin college…

Applications must be submitted by the above deadline, Completion of the admissions file with transcripts and other required documents must be submitted by the final completed file dates. Dates are final.

  1. Submit an application for admission.
  2. Have an official copy of your high school transcript , GED certificate, or home-school verification sent to NCMC. * If you have taken classes at another college, an official copy of college transcript(s) must be submitted. All transcripts must be submitted to the Admissions Office in a sealed envelope to be accepted for admissions. Transcripts will not be accepted if faxed or delivered in a personal envelope.
  3. Provide NCMC with a copy of your ACT, SAT or Compass scores. If your scores are more than 2 years old or you need to test, you may sign up for the Compass placement test.
  4. Apply for Financial Aid.
  5. Once Accepted (you will receive a letter from Admissions), you may register for Orientation.Advising.Registration (O.A.R.).
  6. International Students Start Here Admissions Contact Information
    Phone: (660) 359-3948, ext. 1414
    Email: admissions@mail.ncmissouri.eduIt’s easy to get started!

Prospective NCMC Students – Consumer Information
In compliance with the Higher Education Act, as amended, NCMC is required to provide the following information listed below to prospective students. This information is available through any of the following options:

  1. Clicking on Student Consumer Information page, found at:
  2. Accessing the NCMC website at, click on “Consumer Information” at the bottom of any page.
  3. Requesting a paper copy, by contacting the Dean of Student Services at: (660) 359-3948, ext. 1400, email:, or visit the Alexander Student Center on campus.

Information found on the Student Consumer Information page includes, among other material, the following:

  1. Clery/Campus Security information – which includes crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years, sources of crime statistics, crime prevention, drug policy, emergency response and evacuation procedures, missing student notification policy, and other security information. Information can also be found at: http://www.ncmissouri/about/clery-security-report/
  2. Fire Safety Report – which includes information related to fire systems, fire drills, a fire log that includes any fires occurrences, damage to property, deaths and injuries, and other related information. Information can also be found at: http://www.ncmissouri/about/fire-safety-report/
  3. Consumer Information for Student Athletes, which includes graduation rates and completion rates for athletes. Information can also be found at: http://www.ncmissouri/consumerinfo/completion-rate/
  4. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Information, which includes information related to drug and alcohol abuse, health risks, campus/local/state/federal laws for illegal possession, use or distribution, a biennial review, and other related information. Information can also be found at: http://www.ncmissouri/consumerinfo/drug-alcohol-abuse-prevention-program/, and http://www.ncmissouri/consumerinfo/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2016/11/biennial_review.pdf
  5. Job Placement Rates, which includes data related to employment and graduation statistics. Additional information can be found at: http://www.ncmissouri/consumerinfo/gainful-employment/
  6. Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data available on request. Please contact the NCMC Athletic Director at (660)359-3948, ext. 1409

NCMC publishes the Annual Public Safety Report, in compliance with the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by NCMC; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault and other matters. The Annual Public Safety Report can be accessed via the following link: Public Safety Report

The Fire Safety Report, in compliance with the Higher Education Act, provides fire statistics, information about fire safety, and other pertinent information. The report can be accessed via the following link: Fire Safety Report.

The Student Handbook, listing policies and procedures, can be found on the college website.

Paper copies of these documents can also be obtained by contacting the Dean of Student Services, (660) 359-3948