NCMC Event Cancellations & Postponements

In compliance with precautionary measures being taken by due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), NCMC events are being cancelled or postponed.

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View the following list of the latest cancellations or postponements.

-4/9/2020

Upward Bound Extreme Saturday cancelled for April 18, 2020

-4/8/2020

-4/1/2020

  • North Central Missouri College Foreign Film Club will not meet as scheduled on April 23, 2020 in compliance with precautionary measures being taken by North Central Missouri College due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). View Official Posting -4/1/2020

-3/25/2020

-3/24/2020

  • In compliance with precautionary measures being taken by North Central Missouri College due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). The North Central Missouri College Testing Center is closed until further notice. This includes testing for NCMC classes, Pearson VUE, MoGEA, and HiSET testing. For further information regarding Person VUE, MoGEA, and HiSET, please contact the testing administrator services directly. View Official Posting -3/24/2020
  • All TEAS tests scheduled for April 3, April 7, and April 21 at the North Central Missouri College Main campus (Trenton), North Belt Center (Country Club), and Maryville Site (Maryville) have been cancelled at this time. View Official Posting -3/24/2020

– 3/23/2020

  • NCMC North Belt Center and Savannah Site Closed Until Further Notice View Official Posting – 3/23/2020
  • North Central Missouri College April 25, 2020 Golf Tournament Cancelled. View Official Posting – 3/23/2020
  • The North Central Missouri College Dance Wave Crew has cancelled events, performances, and activities for the remainder of the semester:
    • April 4-Little Dance Clinic Fundraiser, refunds will be issued
    • April 5-Dance Wave Workshop
    • April 18-Dance Wave Crew Auditions, future announcement will be made regarding auditions
    • April 24-Baseball performance
  • For questions regarding the NCMC Dance Wave Crew, contact Rocel Wright at [email protected] or (660)359-3948 ext. 1411. – 3/23/2020

-3/19/2020

  • North Central Missouri College has cancelled both 2020 Commencement ceremonies that were planned for May 9, 2020. There are no plans to reschedule the event at this time, but NCMC will be honoring our graduates through various capacities on our website, social media, and other outlets. More information regarding our plans for alternative commencement celebrations will be forthcoming.  View NCMC’s Offical Posting -3/19/2020
  • The April 3rd TEAS test for Maryville has been moved to the North Belt Center due to the Maryville School District closings.  Test time is 9 AM.  The North Belt Center’s address is 6503 N. Belt Hwy, Country Club, MO 64506.  Please contact Aimee Riley at [email protected] for further information. -3/19/2020
  • Beginning Friday, March 20 until Friday, April 3, NCMC will be closed on Fridays as preventive and proactive measures to minimize the risk of exposure and the spread of COVID-19 through the reduction in mass assembly on campus. View NCMC’s Official Posting – 3/19/2020
  • North Central Missouri College Foreign Film Club will not meet as scheduled on March 26, 2020 in compliance with precautionary measures being taken by North Central Missouri College due to COVID-19 (coronavirus).  There are no plans to reschedule the event at this time. – 3/19/2020

-3/18/2020

  • Message to SSS Students (PDF) -3/18/2020
  • Criminal Justice Club trip to Glore Psychiatric Museum scheduled for April 17, 2020 has been cancelled.  -3/18/2020
  • Due to TEAS test cancellations at other testing locations (not NCMC), the NCMC Nursing Department has decided to extend the second application deadline from May 1st to May 15th to allow students more time to find a testing location. Check Available Test Dates -3/18/2020

-3/17/2020

  • The Ketcham Community Center will close at 5:00 p.m. on 3/17/2020 and remain closed through March 31, 2020. KCC will tentatively reopen for normal hours of operation on April 1, 2020. -3/17/2020
  • All in-person classes held on NCMC campuses beginning March 23, 2020, will be moved to an alternative online instructional approach for the remainder of the spring semester. Students taking in-person courses will continue their work through Blackboard online learning, email, and other virtual communication tools. During this time, campuses will remain open, and all faculty and staff will observe their usual work schedules. -3/17/2020
  • The Maryville School District announced yesterday they are closing through April 3rd. -3/17/2020
  • Upward Bound tutoring will NOT be held until further notice (dependent on when the schools we serve will resume). All students are REQUIRED to complete self-tutoring during this time period.  Anyone needing more information may contact Heather McCollum or Carmen Austin. At this time, April Extreme Saturday (April 18th) and the UB Summer Program will occur as planned. -3/17/2020
  • The three dates of April 15th and May 7th (Trenton campus) and May 11th (NBC) OAR have been changed to online orientation.  Students will be contacted to let them know how to access; however, access does not open until April 1st. -3/17/2020

-3/16/2020

  • The PTK Induction originally scheduled for March 26 has been cancelled with no announcement to reschedule. -3/16/2020
  • View NJCAA Official Updates  NJCAA shuts down spring sports competitions for three weeks (March 14-April 3). -3/16/2020
  • NJCAA cancels basketball championships -3/16/2020
  • SSS Cultural Trip to the Broadway showing of Aladdin on April 16th has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled. -3/16/2020
  • In an effort to address concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce has announced it is postponing the annual banquet until Friday, May 1.  The banquet had originally been scheduled for Friday, March 27 at the Ketcham Community Center, located on the North Central Missouri College. However, NCMC officials have announced they will not be holding in-person classes on campus through April 3 as well as looking at rescheduling other activities in which large groups would be gathering. As a result, chamber officials made the decision to move the banquet to the May 1 date.Plans call for the banquet schedule to remain the same, with social hour and a meal, followed by the program with Dr. Tim Crowley as speaker. The Pillars of the Community, Businesses of the Year and Organization of the Year will also be honored. -3/16/2020
  • Men’s Golf will not be traveling this weekend, March 20-22, to Branson or Missouri Valley for our first two tournaments. -3/16/2020
  • NCMC AG Club Contest has been canceled for Thursday, March 19, 2020  There are no plans to reschedule the event at this time. -3/16/2020
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