A Message From the Dean of Student Development

The North Hennepin Community College Library serves as an information and resource center for all NHCC students. The NHCC Library has books, magazines, journals, newspapers, online resources, and many streaming videos. As a student at North Hennepin, you may use your NHCC Student ID card to access any of the library resources which have been paid for in part by your tuition. These are accessible on campus or offsite via the web. For more information on the NHCC Library, visit one of the following websites:

Do not hesitate to contact an NHCC librarian if you are in need of research assistance. Our library staff are excellent at helping you find what you need and are always willing to help. You can reach the NHCC Library at 763-424-0732, at librarian@nhcc.edu, or in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) building.

Lindsay Fort
Interim Dean of Student Development



Tutoring Services


  • Mathematics Resource Center - provides drop in tutoring in any math or math related course.
  • Writing Resource Center - offers assistance to all students enrolled in college courses who are seeking guidance with their writing projects.
  • Peer Tutoring - available weekdays and several evenings each week to help students with many courses. WebEx meetings are also available.
  • Online Tutoring - available via Tutor.com which is an online 24/7 tutoring service.  Online students may use the service for up to 15 hours each semester.




On-campus Student Worker positions are available for students who qualify for federal or state work study through the Federal financial aid process. Please take a look at the available position list!




Student Health Clinic 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.

Community Connections Resource Center helps connect students to resources in our community, i.e. Food Shelves, Housing, Child Care and much more. We are located in the Campus Center on the first floor - CC 103. All services are free for students. 

Counseling Services provide 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.

Student Resources - The NHCC website can direct you to many resources. Besides academic resources, health, safety, social, and lots of other services are there just waiting for you to use them.


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Email: studentaffairs@nhcc.edu