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First-Time Freshman

Welcome to our freshman students! Please follow the steps below to admission at NCMC:

  1. Complete the admissions application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.
Transfer Student

Transferring to NCMC from another college? Please follow the steps below. Official transcripts will be evaluated only after acceptance to the college.

  1. Complete the admissions application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.
NCMC Graduates

Welcome back to NCMC graduate! Please follow the steps below.

  1. Complete the re-admit application 
  2. Have you attempted or completed other college coursework since last attending NCMC? If so, submit your transcripts to the Office of Admissions. See Transcript Requirements for more information.
Former NCMC Student

Last attended more than 3 years ago

Welcome back to NCMC, returning students! Please follow the steps below.

  1. Complete the re-admit application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

 

Last attended less than 3 years ago

Welcome back to NCMC, returning students! Please follow the steps below.

  1. Complete the Returning Student Entry Form .  Log in using your NCMC Student ID/password.  If you need any assistance contact the NCMC IT Helpdesk at (660) 357-6214.
  2. Have you attempted or completed other college coursework since last attending NCMC? If so, submit your transcripts to the Office of Admissions. See Transcript Requirements for more information.
Former/Current NCMC Dual Credit Student

Welcome to general admission, dual credit students! In order to attend NCMC following high school graduation, you must first take the following steps:

  1. Complete the admissions application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.
Visiting Student

A visiting student is one who is also attending another accredited college or university.

  1. Apply as a visiting student 
  2. Submit an official transcript from your current college. If courses needed to meet a prerequisite requirement were taken at an institution other than the current institution, the student will also need to provide an official transcript from that institution. Transcripts will be evaluated for prerequisite purposes only.

Please note the following:

Visiting students are responsible for making certain that a course taken at NCMC is not a repeat of a course previously completed at another institution.

If required to meet a prerequisite, official placement scores (i.e. ACT, Accuplacer) from within the past three years will also be required.

Visiting/non-degree students are ineligible to receive the A+ Scholarship, Title IV Federal Aid, Missouri State Aid, and may be ineligible for other types of financial aid

Financial Aid/A+ scholarship students: Please follow the transfer student guidelines.

*If a visiting student becomes a degree-seeking student with NCMC in the future, they will be required to follow the transfer student guidelines

International Student

An international student is one who is lawfully present, but not a United States citizen or permanent resident. An international student must submit both an application for admission and a copy of their passport. The student must also provide high school and college transcripts, translated in to English. An official evaluation of college transcripts from a U.S. accredited, foreign transcript evaluation service must be submitted by the student before credit will be considered for transfer to NCMC. One such service is World Education Services (WES). If the student’s official national language is not English, they will also need to provide a TOEFL score. A letter of financial support and a bank statement will also be necessary prior to an I-20 being issued.

  1. Apply as an international student

*Students with a permanent resident card (green card) are not considered international students and will need to follow domestic guidelines. Please see first-time freshman/transfer/or visiting student policies.

Select your student type to learn more about the admissions process.

FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN

Welcome to our freshman students! Please follow the steps below to admission at NCMC:

  1. Complete the admissions application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

TRANSFER STUDENT

Transferring to NCMC from another college? Please follow the steps below. Official transcripts will be evaluated only after acceptance to the college.
  1. Complete the admissions application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

NCMC GRADUATES

Welcome back to NCMC graduate! Please follow the steps below.

  1. Complete the re-admit application 
  2. Have you attempted or completed other college coursework since last attending NCMC? If so, submit your transcripts to the Office of Admissions. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

FORMER NCMC STUDENT

Last attended more than 3 years ago

Welcome back to NCMC, returning students! Please follow the steps below.

  1. Complete the re-admit application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

 

Last attended less than 3 years ago

Welcome back to NCMC, returning students! Please follow the steps below.

  1. Complete the Returning Student Entry Form .  Log in using your NCMC Student ID/password.  If you need any assistance contact the NCMC IT Helpdesk at (660) 357-6214.
  2. Have you attempted or completed other college coursework since last attending NCMC? If so, submit your transcripts to the Office of Admissions. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

FORMER/CURRENT NCMC DUAL CREDIT STUDENT

Welcome to general admission, dual credit students! In order to attend NCMC following high school graduation, you must first take the following steps:

  1. Complete the admissions application 
  2. Submit an official high school transcript or HiSET/GED diploma. See Transcript Requirements for more information about what transcripts are required and how the documents will be received. To verify A+ Scholarship eligibility, the high school transcript must contain the official A+ stamp.
  3. Submit transcripts from all previous colleges or universities where coursework was attempted, including dual credit courses. Unofficial, in-progress college transcripts will be accepted if grades are not complete. See Transcript Requirements for more information.

VISITING STUDENT

A visiting student is one who is also attending another accredited college or university.

  1. Apply as a visiting student 
  2. Submit an official transcript from your current college. If courses needed to meet a prerequisite requirement were taken at an institution other than the current institution, the student will also need to provide an official transcript from that institution. Transcripts will be evaluated for prerequisite purposes only.

Please note the following:

Visiting students are responsible for making certain that a course taken at NCMC is not a repeat of a course previously completed at another institution.

If required to meet a prerequisite, official placement scores (i.e. ACT, Accuplacer) from within the past three years will also be required.

Visiting/non-degree students are ineligible to receive the A+ Scholarship, Title IV Federal Aid, Missouri State Aid, and may be ineligible for other types of financial aid

Financial Aid/A+ scholarship students: Please follow the transfer student guidelines.

*If a visiting student becomes a degree-seeking student with NCMC in the future, they will be required to follow the transfer student guidelines

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

An international student is one who is lawfully present, but not a United States citizen or permanent resident. An international student must submit both an application for admission and a copy of their passport. The student must also provide high school and college transcripts, translated in to English. An official evaluation of college transcripts from a U.S. accredited, foreign transcript evaluation service must be submitted by the student before credit will be considered for transfer to NCMC. One such service is World Education Services (WES). If the student’s official national language is not English, they will also need to provide a TOEFL score. A letter of financial support and a bank statement will also be necessary prior to an I-20 being issued.

  1. Apply as an international student

*Students with a permanent resident card (green card) are not considered international students and will need to follow domestic guidelines. Please see first-time freshman/transfer/or visiting student policies.