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About

North Central Missouri College is a two-year community college offering associate degrees and certificates that focus on career readiness and easy transferability. For over 95 years, North Central Missouri College has been helping individuals reach their educational goals. Our small class sizes, highly qualified and caring instructors, tutoring services, and affordable tuition make the goal of an excellent college education attainable.

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MISSION & VALUES

NCMC provides accessible, affordable, and quality educational programs.

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ACCREDITATION

Serving the common good by assuring and advancing the quality of higher learning.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Our institution is governed by a six-member publicly-elected Board of Trustees.

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FACILITIES & SITES

NCMC has seen rapid growth in it’s physical plant since mid-1980’s.

DIVERSITY & EQUALITY

North Central Missouri College believes the college experience is enhanced by the diversity of our students, staff, and community members.

Dr. Holder with a student
Dr. Holder with a student
Sport student sitting on the NCMC rock marker
Sport student sitting on the NCMC rock marker

STRATEGIC PLANNING

Our initiatives are ready to continue moving forward in the spirit and essence of progress.

history of ncmc/tjc

North Central Missouri College is located in communities that have long valued the beliefs of higher education. Founded in 1925, NCMC has been a tradition in north Missouri for almost 100 years.

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Class Historical Image
Discussion between two NCMC family members
Discussion between two NCMC family members

LEADERSHIP

North Central Missouri College has a strong sense of engagement with community, outreach, partnerships, workforce and economic development, as well as adherence to a mission of serving our multiple constituencies makes NCMC a hub of activity in the region. 

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Assessment at NCMC is guided by clearly stated, externally validated processes and outcomes that flow from and support all the college’s operations, both academic and non-academic.

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Instructor pointing out information to a student

OFFICE

1301 Main St.
Trenton MO, 64683

Hours of Operation
8:00am to 4:30pm Monday – Friday
Select dates for closing can be found on our Academic Calendar

STAFF

Kristi Harris
Chief of Staff
[email protected]
(660) 357-6203
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