This just got real: It's time to gear up for officially becoming a registered student (class schedule and all). Join us for one of our CARE Days — a time to Connect, Ask, Register and Explore.
Not only will you leave CARE Days having dotted all your I’s and crossed all your T’s, but you'll have an opportunity to connect with others who are starting their healthcare career journey.
Get acquainted with fellow students, student ambassadors and the faculty and staff who are here to help you make the most of your college experience and healthcare career.
You have questions. We have info sessions and Q&A time. Learn about campus life, classes, community involvement, expectations, financial aid next steps, our student support system and more.
Your future begins here, with a one-on-one with your adviser and registration for the classes you need to succeed. Already registered? Come for the rest of the CARE Days fun!
Tour the area and see all that NMC has to offer including our bookstore, campus health center, classrooms and labs, coffee shop, library, lounges, Josie's Village student housing and more.
*CARE Days is for accepted incoming on-campus students only. Incoming online students do not attend. Students who have not yet been admitted are encouraged to contact admissions for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.Click on the links below to reserve your seat. We ask that you only register for one date. You will be contacted by your academic advisor for a 1:1 virtual advising session prior to your CARE Day date. These individualized advising sessions will take place via phone or video conference.
As a healthcare professional in the making, you know it’s important to keep up with a healthy lifestyle. The mission of our Campus Health Center is to enrich the academic experience and to support student retention by providing quality medical care that is accessible and affordable to the campus community.
We recognize some students might have completed college-level math courses years ago, some relatively recently, and others not at all. Because math skills are important in the education and practice of several healthcare professions, we want to confirm your current math skills using ALEKS PPL.