The College's open rolling admissions policy seeks to be consistent with the purposes and philosophy of the College. With a high school or general equivalency diploma as a basic requirement, applicants will be admitted to a program offered by the College. Certain programs have special academic requirements, and the decision concerning admissions to these programs is based upon an evaluation of the applicant's academic and/or special achievements to date. The final decision rests with the Enrollment Management Office, and alternative programs will be offered to those students who do not meet these special requirements. Admission to North Country Community College is determined without regard to the applicant's race, color, creed, national origin, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation or marital status.
Residents from our sponsoring area of Essex and Franklin Counties are given priority or admission to all programs if their completed application is received by March 1st. Although sponsorship area residents are given priority in admissions, students from other areas are encouraged and welcomed to apply.
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Contact the Office of Enrollment Management Staff:
1-888-879-6222 or 518-891-2915 ext.1686 or firstname.lastname@example.org