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A Message From the Dean of Student Development

Registration for fall semester is now open and you can register for on eServices.

Appointment times are still available, so this is a perfect time to meet with your academic advisor to plan next semester’s schedule.  Contact us now to set up an appointment with your academic advisor:

A Message in Support of Transgender Individuals
North Hennepin Community College recognizes that Trans and Gender-nonconforming individuals often experience discrimination due to lack of civil rights for their gender identity or expression. As an institution of higher education, we acknowledge that we still have work to do to meet the needs of these students, faculty, and staff, and we are capable of doing more to serve them. NHCC seeks to renew our commitment in upholding practices that maintain a supportive environment free from harassment, intimidation, and/or discrimination, and that allows individuals to express themselves in a manner that is congruent with their gender identity. We firmly advocate for laws and rights that protect Trans+ and Gender-nonconforming students, faculty, and staff, and oppose those that work to strip away their civil rights and liberties. We will continue to evaluate our own policies and procedures to support and protect individuals who identify as Trans+ and Gender-nonconforming. We believe that these individuals deserve the right to have their gender identity acknowledged and respected by their campus community.

Immunization Requirement
All students must provide immunization records unless they graduated from a Minnesota high school in/or after 1997.  Immunization records must be up to date in order to register for any future courses. Please find the immunization form at www.nhcc.edu/forms  and/or contact Records & Registration with questions. Immunizations are available free of charge in the on-campus Health Clinic located in the Campus Center, second floor room 208. No appointments necessary - Clinic Hours

Continued best wishes this semester, 

Elena Favela
Dean of Student Development



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Community Connections Resource Center (CCRC)

The CCRC helps connect students to resources in our community, i.e. Food Shelves, Housing, Counseling, Therapy Centers, Child Care and much more.  Each month we will highlight a specific topic with speakers and community resources. All services are free for students.  If you have a specific resource you’d like to see, email Sue.Smith@nhcc.edu or call 763-424-0845. The CCRC is located in the Campus Center on the first floor - CC 103. Stop by and say hello!

Mathematics Resource Center

The Mathematics Resource Center provides drop in math tutoring in any math or math related course to any student.

Writing Resource Center

The Writing Resource Center offers to all students enrolled in college courses who are seeking guidance with their writing projects.

Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring is available weekdays and several evenings each week to help students with many courses.

Online Tutoring through Smarthinking


North Hennepin provides students access to Smarthinking - an online tutoring service. Smarthinking tutoring is available 24/7, and online students may use it up to 10 hours each semester.

 

Student Life

Diversity & Equity

Upcoming Events

Check the Diversity & Equity Center webpages for additional information on how to get involved!

Student Life

How’s your health? Need your Immunizations done? Visit our new Health Clinic which is located on the 2nd floor of the Campus Center. No appointments are necessary. Best part – it is completely FREE! No co-pays or insurance is required. For more information: www.nhcc.edu/healthclinic.

Campus Center

Check out the newly remodeled Campus Center which has a Fireside Lounge, Study Lab, Reflections Room, Black Box Theater, Food Cupboard, Game Room, and more!

Sports and Recreational Activities Office

Students with lockers in the HWC locker rooms should clean out their lockers by the end of finals week, Friday May 5th.  Items left behind will be donated to charity.

Food Service

Hours: www.nhcc.edu/student-resources/food-service

 

Student Senate

 
Information on meetings is available on the Student Senate website.

 

Career Center

 

Resume Writing Resources


Attend a workshop to get started with creating your own resume. Workshops are one hour and are offered through the semester. Don’t wait until graduation to create your resume – get a head start today! For additional resources visit the Career Center webpage at www.nhcc.edu/careerservices. For questions contact Karen Philbin, kphilbin@nhcc.edu, or stop by the Counseling & Career Center which is located in Educational Services ES 118.

College Central Network

College Central Network is the college’s online job board and more! Connect with local employers posting to NHCC and apply for jobs directly through the system. Search the national database of 500,000+ jobs. Develop your job search, networking, resume writing and interviewing skills through a variety of resources including articles, videos and podcasts. Set up your student account today at www.collegecentral.com/nhcc (requires your Star ID). For questions contact Karen Philbin, kphilbin@nhcc.edu, or stop by the Counseling & Career Center which is located in Educational Services ES 118

 

Counseling Center

 

NHCC’s Counseling Center provides free & confidential personal counseling to promote personal development and well-being. We help students define and meet their personal, academic, and career objectives. The Counseling Center is located in ES 118.  For an appointment, call 763-493-0554

 

University Center

 

Interested in transferring but don’t want to leave the NHCC campus? Check out our on-campus Bachelor degrees. If you have questions, talk with your NHCC advisor or stop by the University Center located in the CBT Building across from the Grand Hall.

 

Student Employment

 

Student Worker Positions Available


Many areas across campus hire student workers each semester. Most of these positions are reserved for students who qualify for federal or state work study through the Federal financial aid process. Click here for current openings and position descriptions.

  

Student Clubs

 

Contact a specific club here to find out how to join a club and/or become a club leader for next year!  

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