Early College

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The application below is for students that are currently in high school and are applying to NCMC as a high school student wanting to take additional college credit prior to high school graduation.

Step 1

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Early College Application

Important Dates

*Application and transcript deadlines are on the date indicated at 4:00pm central time

Spring Intersession 2019

Application deadline: November 20th

Transcript deadline: November 27th

Classes begin: Friday, December 7th

Spring 2019

Application deadline: Friday, December 14th

Transcript deadline: Friday, December 21st

Classes begin: Monday, January 14th

Spring 2019 – second session

Application deadline: February 22nd

Transcript deadline: March 1st

Classes begin: March 11th

Summer Intersession 2019

Application deadline: April 26th

Transcript deadline: Friday, May 3rd

Classes begin: Friday, May 10th

Summer 2019

Application deadline: Friday, May 24th

Transcript deadline: Friday, May 31st

Classes begin: Monday, June 10th

Fall 2019

Application deadline: Friday, August 2ndth

Transcript deadline: Friday, August 5thst

Classes begin: Monday, August 19thth

Step 2

Request Transcripts/Test Scores

Have official transcripts from all previously attended institutions and military transcripts sent to NCMC at the following address:

North Central Missouri College

Attn: Admissions Office
1301 Main Street
Trenton, MO 64683

What’s an official transcript?

High school transcripts may be mailed or emailed from the registrar or high school counselor’s office directly to the NCMC admissions office. The high school transcript must contain a signature in order to be considered official. To verify A+, the transcript must also include the A+ stamp.

All transcripts from higher education institutions must be mailed or submitted through an official electronic service from the sending institution directly to the NCMC admissions office (emailed copies will be accepted from higher education institutions).

Faxed copies will NOT be accepted from either high schools or higher education institutions. If hand-delivered, ALL transcripts must remain in their original sealed envelope from the sending institution (a broken seal will cause the transcript to be considered unofficial).

*If you have taken classes at another college (including dual credit courses), an official transcript(s) must be submitted.

Provide NCMC with a copy of your ACT or Placement test scores. If your math scores are more than three years old OR you need to test, you may sign up for testing.

Register for Testing

Step 3

Contact the Early College Director

Once you have applied and sent your transcripts contact the Early College Director, Whitney Trump, to ensure all paperwork is in order. Whitney will be available to help guide you through each step of the enrollment process. She will be your personal NCMC Advisor while you are still in high school and will assist you with the questions you may have throughout your Early College experience!

Contact Information:

Whitney Trump, Early College Director
(660) 357-6318

Step 4

If needed, arrange for Disability services

Accessibility Services provides coordination of support services and accommodations for all qualified students with disabilities. Through collaboration and support of the entire campus community, the Accessibility Services office ensures that all individuals have access to college life at its fullest. Services and accommodations are determined individually based on disability documentation.

Visit Disability Services

Step 5

Welcome to NCMC!

After registering for classes you are ready to purchase textbooks!

Visit NCMC’s Online Bookstore

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