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Northern Marianas College welcomed close to 1,300 students to its Fall 2022 semester on Monday, Aug. 15, 2022.

NORTHERN Marianas College welcomed close to 1,300 students to its Fall 2022 semester which began Monday, Aug. 15, 2022. Despite dealing with an ongoing pandemic and recovery efforts from the major destruction caused by Super Typhoon Yutu in 2018, NMC saw this term a 7% increase in enrollment compared to the same period last year with 1,281 students registered.

Nineteen Northern Marianas College students received their Certificates of Completion in Nursing Assistant after participating in a 10-week training conducted by NMC nursing faculty member Johnny Aldan and Nursing Department Chair Rosa Aldan.

Nineteen Northern Marianas College students received their Certificates of Completion in Nursing Assistant after participating in a 10-week training conducted by NMC nursing faculty member Johnny Aldan and Nursing Department Chair Rosa Aldan. 

Frankie Eliptico, Northern Marianas College Vice President for Administration and Advancement (center), was awarded the University of Guam’s “Milåyan Presidenten” or The President’s Medal by UOG President Dr. Thomas W. Krise at the Saipan Rotary Club’s meeting on Tuesday, August 10, 2022. In photo with Eliptico from left are Rotarians Dave Sablan and Mario Valentino, Rotary Club President Wendell Posadas, Rotarian Joann Aquino, UOG President Dr. Thomas W. Krise, Rotarian Jessy Loomis, NMC Board of Regents Chairperson and Rotarian Charles V. Cepeda, and NMC President Galvin Deleon Guerrero, EdD.

NORTHERN Marianas College Vice President for Administration and Advancement Frankie Eliptico on Tuesday was awarded by University of Guam President Dr. Thomas W. Krise the "Milåyan Presidenten” or The President’s Medal — the highest award given by the UOG president to individuals outside the university who demonstrated distinguished services in accomplishing UOG's mission, which is to enlighten, to discover and to serve.

NMC-CREES secures $3.4 million for food science research

The Northern Marianas College, Cooperative Research, Extension, and Education Services (CREES) has been awarded $3.4 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to conduct food science research and spur further economic development in the CNMI.

Summit Auto Repair Shop is now a proud NMC ProaPerks partner. More information about their special promotion for ProaPerks card holders can be found at marianas.edu/proaperks.

Summit Auto Repair Shop is the latest company to sign on as a Northern Marianas College ProaPerks Partner, joining many other businesses and organizations. All card-carrying members of the NMC ProaPerks program can now receive a 10% discount on oil change, tune up, body and car repairs.