Dates depend on the semester the student is attending and are set by Student Accounts. You can find out these dates by calling 1-660-359-3948 Ext 1508 or 1513, and by checking out our Schedule Publication, on our Website. (www.ncmissouri.edu). A payment plan may be arranged through Student Accounts. Bills will vary from student to student depending on individual course selection, housing arrangements, labs, participation in various activities, and other factors. For information regarding tuition and fees, visit our Web-site at www.ncmissouri.edu or call 1-660-359-3948 Ext. 1513 or 1508.
Students may check into the residence halls on the Saturday before the fall session classes begin. The Office of Residence Life will mail information regarding check-in times, roommates and hall assignments.
The Ketcham Community Center will assist students in making your Student ID card. The first card is free. Replacement cards will be $4.00 each.
In addition to text books, the NCMC Bookstore carries a complete line of supplies including pens, pencils, folders, notebooks, computer software, postage stamps, NCMC sports wear and Nurse’s uniforms.
Students may print their schedules from the NCMC Website www.ncmissouri.edu. Click on the SAIL shortcut and follow the directions.
Please call the Computer Services Help Desk at Ext. 1214 for assistance.
Changes can be made during the published Add/Drop period (through the 1st week of fall or spring term). New students (those of you in your first semester at NCMC can get help in the Alexander Student Center (ASC). Returning students need to see their advisor.
They need to set up an appointment and talk with their instructor. If an appropriate resolution is not reached, they will need to speak to the Division Chair and/or Dean.
They should see their instructor and/or visit the ARC (Academic Resource Center) or Student Support Services both are located in Barnes Hall.
They should visit our Financial Department located in the Alexander Student Center. Or call and ask for extension 1402 or 1406, our financial aid officers.
There is a full service cafeteria located in the lower lever of Selby Hall. Soft drink and snack machines are available in most buildings.
There are many clubs and organizations at NCMC that would love to have your child as a member. For more information they should contact Student Senate President or attend a Student Senate meeting held in the Alexander Student Center.
They should review the emergency evacuation plans posted in each classroom, residence hall, the cafeteria in Selby Hall and all other buildings on campus.
Changes can be made during the published Add/Drop period (through the 1st week of fall or spring term). New students (those students in their first semester at NCMC) can get help in the Alexander Student Center (ASC). Returning students need to see their advisor. Refunds will be made if total credit hours decreased and changes are made during the published Add/Drop period. Textbooks will also be bought back during this period, but your child must have their Add/Drop form with them. Keep textbooks in original condition for full refund.
Notifying their instructor or just not attending will not automatically cause them to be withdrawn from their class. They must pick up a Withdrawal Form in the Registrar's office in the ASC. This form must be completed, signed, and returned to the Registrar prior to the final date to withdraw, as published in the Student Handbook/Calendar or on our Website. Your child will still owe for their class.
By logging on to their SAIL (Student Academic Information Link) a secure on-line program. To enter the secure area of NCMC SAIL, your child will need to log on using their NCMC student ID# or Social Security Number.
A weekly newsletter is distributed throughout the campus. Also there is an Activity Person who posts events weekly as well as on the website.
Listen to your local radio station for any announcements regarding severe weather. Stations in the following towns will be notified should all classes be cancelled due to weather: Bethany-KAAN @ 870AM and 95.5 FM, Brookfield-KFMZ @ 14.70AM and KZBK @ 96.9 FM, Cameron-KMRN @ 13.60 AM and KKWK @ 100.1 FM, Carrolton– KAOL @ 14.30 AM and KMZU @ 100.7 FM, Chillicothe-KCHI @ 1010 AM and 98.5 FM, Gallatin– KGOZ @ 101.7FM Kirksville– KIRX @ 1450 AM, KRXL @ 94.5 FM and KTUF @ 93.7 FM, and Trenton.– KTTN @ 92.3 AM and 101.7 FM. Your student can also sign up for text-messaging to notify them of any alerts. Visit the Community Connection link under StudentLife@www.ncmissouri.edu to sign up.
They need to set up an appointment and talk with their instructor. If an appropriate resolution is not reached, then they will need to speak to the Division Chair and/or Dean. Student appeal procedures and forms are available on our website.
Contact the Student Services Staff Secretary at extension 1418 or the Testing Coordinator at extension 1282.
Loan checks are applied to the student account. Checks for any remaining funds are mailed to the student. Student pay checks are available in the Student Accounts office in the ASC on the 1st & 16th of each month.
Personal messages cannot be taken for students. Phone calls are not transferable to students in class. If there has been an emergency in your immediate family, we will check your students schedule and if the student is in class the message will be delivered to them. If your child is between classes, a message will be left for your child with their next instructor.