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NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Success starts here. So you want to stay close to home while you are working on a great academic foundation for a four-year degree… without breaking the bank. Or maybe you are looking for the fast track to getting the technical skills you need for a rewarding career path. You’re in luck! An amazing, affordable education is just a short distance from home at any of our five area locations or from home in our online Virtual College. Success starts at Northwest. Turn the page to see for yourself!

A LOOK INSIDE: Programs of Study 3 & Campus Locations 7

Student Life & Housing

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Student Services & Financial Aid

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Intercollegiate Athletics

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Campus Contacts, Application/Housing Forms & Campus Map


AFFORDABLE & SMART

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TO HOME

of Northwest students receive financial assistance through financial aid and/or scholarship money.

= 50 Since 2000, a total of 280 student-athletes have gone on to play at four-year schools. Eighty of those have gone on to Division I schools.

35 CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS FOR YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN.

+24% In May 2012, Northwest saw a 24% increase in graduation rates from the year before for a total of 1,123 graduates.

Northwest has locations in Southaven, Olive Branch and Oxford in addition to the Senatobia campus. If you would like to learn from the comfort of your own home, try online classes with eLearning.

MALE:FEMALE RATIO

McLENDON CENTER Home to the recently renovated Student Union and Physical Education facilities, the McLendon Center has over 86,000 sq. ft. of student and community activities, including the Ranger Bookstore, the Math Lab, Student Support Services, computer labs, workout room and a game room.

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Programs of Study Northwest offers the pre-requisites you need to prepare for an exciting four-year degree at any of Mississippi’s colleges or universities. We also offer nearly 40 Career and Technical programs designed to teach students the practical skills needed for a wide variety of jobs in the workforce.

HIGHLIGHTS WE OFFER

MORE

THAN

MAJORS TO CHOOSE FROM.

TOP

MAJORS

LESS THAN

HIGH-TECH

CLASSROOMS

½ PRICE

OF OTHER MISSISSIPPI PUBLIC COLLEGES OR UNIVERSITIES*

Top 10 Academic Majors

Top 10 Career-Technical Majors

• • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • •

Accountancy Business Administration Elementary Education Secondary Education General College Curriculum Criminal Justice Psychology Social Work Nursing (Associate) Pre-Nursing (BSN)

Early Childhood Education Technology Emergency Medical Technology (EMT-Basic) Health-care Data Technology Paralegal Technology Respiratory Therapy Automotive Technology Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology (HVAC) Cosmetology Practical Nursing Health Care Assistant

* ($1125 per semester at NWCC versus $2733 per semester elsewhere*) This figure is an average of all Mississippi public colleges and universities tuitions for the current school year as indicated on their institutional websites.


ACADEMIC CLASSES Division of Business Accountancy Business Administration Business and Computer Teacher Education Computer/Management Information Systems Computer Science Marketing Communications/ Public Relations Management Office Administration Division of Education Elementary Education Exercise Science Health and Physical Education Pre-Communicative Disorders Recreation Secondary Education Division of Fine Arts Art Drawing Advertising/Graphic Design Painting Art History Pottery Design Music, Music Education, Music Performance Theatre Division of Languages & Communications Communications Broadcasting Journalism Public Relations

Liberal Arts English Foreign Language History Sociology

Division of Social Science Criminal Justice General College Psychology Social Work Division of Nursing Associate Degree Program Division of Mathematics Mathematics Pre-Architecture Pre-Engineering Pre-Landscape Architecture Division of Natural Sciences Animal Science Biology Chemistry Forestry General Agriculture General Science Health Professions Pre-Clinical Laboratory Sciences Pre-Cytotechnology Pre-Dental Hygiene Pre-Dental Pre-Health Information Management Pre-Medical Pre-Nursing (BSN) Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy

Pre-Radiological Sciences Pre-Veterinary Medicine Outdoor Recreation and Management Physics Pre-Forensic Chemistry Pre-Horticulture Pre-Landscape Contracting Pre-Veterinary Medical Technology TECHNICAL CLASSES— SENATOBIA Agricultural Business & Management Tech./ Animal Husbandry Agricultural Technology/ John Deere Tech Automotive Technology Chrysler College Automotive Program Civil Engineering Technology Drafting & Design Engineering Technology Early Childhood Education Technology Emergency Medical Technology- Paramedic Graphic Design Technology Health-care Data Technology Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology Information Systems Technology Microcomputer Technology Office Systems Technology Paralegal Technology Tool and Die Technology CAREER CLASSES Collision Repair Technology

Cosmetology Emergency Medical Technology–Basic Health Care Assistant Practical Nursing Welding and Cutting DESOTO CENTER— SOUTHAVEN College Parallel Programs Two-Plus-Two Program Adult Structured Accelerated Program (ASAP) Accounting Technology Business and Marketing Management Technology Cardiovascular Technology Funeral Service Technology Health-care Data Technology Hotel and Restaurant Management Technology Microcomputer Technology Office Systems Technology Practical Nursing Respiratory Therapy DESOTO CENTER— OLIVE BRANCH Aviation Maintenance Technology Commercial Truck Driving LAFAYETTE-YALOBUSHA TECHNICAL CENTER Cosmetology Health Care Assistant Health-care Data Technology Microcomputer Technology Office Systems Technology Office Assistant Paralegal Technology Practical Nursing Surgical Technology

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Campus Locations

No matter where you live, you can find a campus conveniently located near you!

LOCATION: Senatobia, MS

LOCATION: Oxford, MS

LOCATION: Southaven & Olive Branch, MS

STUDENT POPULATION: 3,121

STUDENT POPULATION: 1,366

STUDENT POPULATION: 3,199

UNIQUE FACTS • On-campus housing available • Over 20 campus clubs and organizations. • Intramural & intercollegiate sports

UNIQUE COURSE OFFERINGS: • Surgical Technology

UNIQUE COURSE OFFERINGS: • Accounting Technology • Funeral Service Technology • Cardiovascular Technology • Hotel & Restaurant Management Technology • Resipratory Therapy • Business & Marketing Management Technology • Olive Branch - Aviation Maintenance Technology • Olive Branch - Commercial Truck Driving

UNIQUE FACTS • Commuter-style campus • Blocks away from The University of Mississippi • Many evening classes offered • All of your classes are in one building

eLearning Working full-time? Have a hectic schedule, children at home or live too far of a distance to make it to a Northwest campus? Don’t worry! Our Division of eLearning offers more than 200 Academic AND Career-Technical classes online. For a complete listing of eLearning course offerings, visit http://www.northwestms. edu/elearning. While you are there, take the online assessment to find out if eLearning is right for you.

UNIQUE FACTS • Commuter-style campus • Many evening classes offered • 2+2 option with The University of Mississippi • All of your classes are in one building


NORTHWEST + OLE MISS Take your first two years at Northwest and finish at The University of Mississippi all in one convenient location! The associate degree is offered by Northwest, and the bachelor’s degree is offered by Ole Miss in a variety of programs through the 2+2 Program at the DeSoto Center in Southaven:

• Accountancy • Business (Management–Human Resources, Managerial Finance, Marketing, Management Information Systems) • Criminal Justice (Corrections, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement) • Education (Elementary Education, Secondary Education: English, Secondary Education: Math, Secondary Education: Social Studies) • General Studies • Health Sciences (offered through the UM Medical Center in Jackson) • Journalism (Integrated Marketing Communications) • Liberal Studies • Paralegal Studies • Social Work

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE 2+2 PROGRAM VISIT:

WWW.OUTREACH.OLEMISS.EDU/ DESOTO

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Student Life Life at Northwest is so much more than classes and studying. Intramurals, intercollegiate athletics, clubs and organizations and campus activities give Northwest students a chance to unwind from classes and get involved on campus and in the community.

Intramurals Interested in sports? If you aren’t playing intercollegiate sports but want to stay active, try one of our intramural activities on one of the new courts at the Ranger Outdoor Complex or intramural fields. The Ranger Outdoor Complex was completed in late 2011 and includes eight tennis courts, four basketball courts and two volleyball courts with exterior lighting for play after dark.

Student Activities

Still looking for something to do…for FREE? In the last year alone, students have enjoyed: • Biggest Loser Competition • Rodeo • Northwest Idol Singing Competition • Les Fauves Art Club art shows/sales • Northwest Fine Arts music and theatre performances


Clubs & Organizations Northwest has 35 different clubs and organizations you can join, and the list grows larger each year! Professional, religious and special interest organizations give our students a great way to meet other students, network for future jobs and four-year colleges, give back to the community and just have fun. Here are some of them:

American Advertising Federation

Northwest Student Recruiters

Ag Tech Club

Paralegal Club

Campus Green Club

Phi Beta Lambda (Business)

College Republicans

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (Men’s

Collegiate DECA

music)

Cosmetology Club

Phi Theta Kappa

Chess Club

Practical Nursing Club

CPU Club (Computer

Preschool Association of Students,

Professionals United)

Teachers and Educators (PASTE)

Disabled Students Council

Ranger Rocket (Student

Environmental Science Organization

Newspaper) Rodeo Club

Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA)

Rocketeer (Yearbook)

Graphic Design Technology Club

Science and Math Club

Health Occupations Students of

Skills USA (Career-

America (HOSA)

Technical club)

Les Fauves (Art club)

Student Government

Martial Arts club

The Society for Pre-Law

Mu Alpha Theta (Math club)

Majors

Northwest Education

Spanish Club

Association

Student Nurses Association

Northwest Players (Theatre club)

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Housing With just over 1,000 beds available on our Senatobia campus, our residence halls offer a variety of housing options in close proximity to campus social and athletic events as well as the convenience to classrooms: • Traditional-style residence halls (double, triple and quad occupancy) • Suite-style residence halls • Apartment-style (1, 2 and 3 bedroom)

HOUSING TIPS • Get your Housing application in as early as possible. • Visit www.northwestms.edu/housing to see what you need to bring, additional photos of inside the dorm rooms, pricing and FAQ. • Contact the Housing office at 662-562-3305 for any questions.

CO-ED RESIDENCE HALLS • DeSoto - apartment • Marshall -apartment

Our modernized residence halls come with: • Wireless Internet access • Cable TV with a dedicated campus channel • Security features

• Live-in supervisors • Coin-operated laundry area


FEMALE RESIDENCE HALLS • Benton - apartment • Panola - suite • Bobo - suite • Taylor - traditional

Each hall has unique amenities to make students feel right at home. Here are some amenities you can find in dorms across campus:

• Bunkable/ built-in twin bed • Sofa & loveseat

• Television lounge • Built-in closet/chest • Kitchenette

• Lobby • Carpeting • Microwave

MALE RESIDENCE HALLS • Gainey - suite • Quitman - traditional • Tallahatchie - apartment

Like what you see? You can fill out the housing application inside this book to send in when you apply for admissions!

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Student Services Northwest offers the total college experience to help you succeed in the classroom and beyond.

ADDITIONAL STUDENT STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CENTER S U P P O R T S E R V I C E S STUDENT RESOURCES • Career and college counseling • Individual and group counseling • Outreach and consultation • Crisis intervention • Testing • Special Populations/ Related Studies Lab

• Free tutoring in most subjects • Career, academic & personal counseling • Cultural field trips • Academic workshops • Campus visits to four-year universities

• Library and Learning Resource Center • Disability Support Services • Math Lab • Work-Based Learning • Police and public safety • Helpdesk (for all of your computer and networking needs!)


A Quick Guide to Did you know almost 80 percent of Northwest students receive some sort of financial assistance? Here’s a quick guide to making sense of financial aid. Be sure to pick up your in-depth guide to financial aid at Northwest from the Financial Aid Office after you apply for admission or visit www.northwestms.edu/financialaid.

How do I get financial aid? You must FIRST fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov to receive any type of aid.

What next? There are four different ways you can receive funds to help pay for your education. They are listed below, so find which one best meets your needs and qualifications!

Scholarships

Work-Study

Scholarships (based on academic performance, leadership, athletic ability & special talents) are handled through their departments (like choir, theatre, art, student publications and sports), so you should contact the department directly for try-out information. Fill out scholarship applications on the financial aid website before April 1.

By filling out the FAFSA, you will have applied for Federal WorkStudy. If eligible, Northwest will help you find a job on campus to help cover your cost of attendance. If you have any specific questions about these positions, visit the Work-Study page on the Northwest website.

Loans Students who still need assistance covering their cost of attendance (e.g. tuition, books, supplies, room, board and transportation) while in school can apply for Federal Direct Loans that they must pay back after graduation.

Grants By filling out the FAFSA, you have already applied for Federal Pell Grant (to cover all or part of your tuition, if eligible). Then go to www.ihl.state.ms.us to fill out the application for the two grants available to Mississippians.


Intercollegiate Sports Northwest is known state-wide for its tradition of excellence in intercollegiate sports. Since 2000, a total of 280 student-athletes have gone on to sign at four-year colleges/universities. Eighty of those have inked at major Division I schools. Give Athletics a call (662) 562-3416 for more information about how you can become a Ranger athlete!

Football

Golf

Softball

Baseball

Soccer

Basketball

Rodeo


Athletic Contact Info. BASEBALL Mark Carson, Head Coach | (662) 560-1108 MEN'S BASKETBALL Don Skelton, Head Coach | (662) 562-3417 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Don Edwards, Head Coach | (662) 562-3418 CHEERLEADING Liesl Davenport, Cheer Sponsor | (662) 560-3899 FOOTBALL Ricky Woods, Head Coach | (662) 562-3412 MEN'S GOLF Don Edwards, Head Coach | (662) 562-3418 MEN'S & WOMEN'S RODEO Bruce Lee, Head Coach | (662) 562-3430 MEN'S & WOMEN'S SOCCER Peter Jarjoura, Head Coach | (662) 560-5280 SOFTBALL Mike Rowan, Head Coach | (662) 560-1128 VISIT THE NWCC RANGERS ATHLETIC WEBSITE:

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Campus Contacts Whatever the reason may be, we would love to hear from you! Main Campus Senatobia 4975 Highway 51 North Senatobia, MS 38668 (662) 562-3200

DeSoto Center Southaven/Olive Branch 5197 W.E. Ross Parkway Southaven, MS 38671 (662) 342-1570

Important numbers: Recruiting Financial Aid Registrar (Admissions) Foundation Housing Athletics Band Theatre Choral Music Art Student Publications

662-562-3222 662-562-3271 662-562-3219 662-560-1103 662-562-3305 662-562-3416 662-562-3336 662-562-3329 662-562-3337 662-562-3399 662-562-3275

Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center 1310 Belk Drive Oxford, MS 38655 (662) 236-2023

CONNECT WITH US: Visit our website: www.northwestms.edu ‘Like us’ on Facebook facebook.com/northwestmscc Follow us on Twitter @NorthwestMSCC Watch our videos on YouTube youtube.com/NorthwestCC


WHY WAIT? APPLY TODAY!

Admissions Although Northwest has an "open door" admissions policy, there are procedures all students must follow in order to receive a Certificate of Admission. The following must be on file in the Registrar's Office before registration: A completed admissions application (please detach and fill out from inside this book) An official copy of ACT or SAT scores (ACT required for Mississippi residents) An official copy of a transcript from an accredited high school that includes a graduation date; OR an official copy of GED scores; OR an official copy of college or military transcript(s) from all colleges attended

Interested? You can find a copy of the application for admissions inside this book -- Fill it in, tear it out and send it in to start your education at Northwest!

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Let us give you a personal campus tour or send you information about a particular program of study.

Call the Recruiting Office to schedule a tour today at (662) 562-3222! Accreditation Northwest Mississippi Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate of Arts degree, the Associate of Applied Science degree, and certificates in career education. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA, 30033-4097, or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Northwest Mississippi Community College. Affirmative Action Northwest Mississippi Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability or status as a veteran or disabled veteran in employment, programs, or provision of services. Compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with DisabilitiesAct is coordinated by Mr. Michael Dottorey, Disability Support Services Coordinator, McLendon Student Center, P.O. Box 5555, Highway 51 North, Senatobia, Mississippi 38668, telephone number 662-562-3309, e-mail address mldottorey@northwestms.edu. Compliance with Title II of the Age Discrimination Act and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is coordinated by Mr. Gary Mosley, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs, James P. McCormick Administration Building, P.O. Box 7017, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, Mississippi, 38668, telephone number 662-5623216, e-mail address gtmosley@northwestms.edu. Safety Statement The safety and security of students, faculty, and staff are very important to Northwest Mississippi Community College. A copy of “Preventing Campus Crime,” published annually by the Campus Police Department, details Northwest policies and procedures regarding campus safety. A copy of the brochure, which contains the annual crime statistics report, is available upon request from the Campus Police Office (662-562-3314) in printed form and online at www.northwestms.edu/policeandpublicsafety/policehome.html. “Preventing Campus Crime” is published in compliance with all applicable federal laws regarding campus safety and security.


Phone Number: (

) - _________ - _____________

(Circle one)

Street

First City

Middle Zip

Maiden County

City

State

Zip

First

High School information

City

State

Zip

State

(Month/year)

(Month/Year)

Last

Dates attended: _____________________

First

Applicant’s signature: ________________________________________________________________________________ date: _______________________

I certify the information i have provided on this application is accurate and that i have not intentionally withheld information requested. I further understand that falsification of information is a basis for denying admission or for immediate termination of enrollment. My signature below also authorizes the release of my transcripts from all schools previously attended to northwest’s registrar’s office.

What semester do you plan to attend NWCC? ___ Fall ___Spring ___ Summer What year? _____________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________

Failure to list complete and accurate information could result in the cancellation of your enrollment.

List all colleges previously attended:

(Circle one)

Have you ever attended NWCC? Yes / No Name at time attended: __________________________________________

All official college transcripts are required for admission to be complete.

College Information

(Circle one)

GED Information Do you have a GED diploma? Yes / No If yes, graduation date: _________ State where GED was completed: _____

City

Location: ___________________________________

High School: _________________________________________________________ Graduation Date: ___________________

Official high school transcript or GED and ACT scores (see NWCC catalog for exceptions) are required for admission to be complete.

Street or P.O. Box

Mailing Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________

Last

Name: _____________________________________________

**If you choose guardian, you must mail in official guardianship

Choose One: ___ Parent ___ Guardian** ___Spouse

Family Information

___ Asian ___ American Indian or Alaska Native ___ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

What is your race? (You may choose more than one) ___White ___ Black or African American

(Circle one)

(Circle one)

U.S.Citizen? Yes / No

(Circle one)

Race/Ethnicity: Are you Hispanic/Latino? Yes / no

Gender: Male / Female

(Circle one)

County

City/State/Country of Birth: _______________________ MS Resident? Yes / No

Street or P.O. Box

Date of Birth: ___/___/____

if different from physical

Mailing Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________

State

Physical Address:______________________________________________________________________________________

Last

Personal information Name:________________________________________________________________________________________________

(See reverse for codes)

Intended Major: __________________________ Major Code: _____________ Degree Seeking / Non-degree Seeking*

* Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid.

E-mail: _____________________________________________________@________________________________________

Social Security Number: _______ - _____ - _________

4975 Hwy 51 north, senatobia, ms 38668

Registrar’s office P.O. Box 7047 Senatobia, ms 38668

Application for admission


Accountancy Animal Science Art Biology Business & Computer Teacher Education Business Administration Chemistry Communications/Public Relations Communications/Broadcasting Communications/Journalism Computer/Management Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Elementary Education Exercise Science Forestry General College Curriculum 605 240 131 788 720 744 347 730 732 734 716

784 420

105 724 340 505 417

General Agriculture General Science Health & Physical Education Liberal Arts Marketing Communications/PR Mgmt Mathematics Music, Music Education, Music Performance Nursing (Associate Degree) Office Administration Outdoor Recreation & Mgmt Physics Pre-Architecture Pre-Clinical Laboratory Sciences Pre-Communicative Disorders Pre-Cytotechnology Pre-Dental Pre-Dental Hygiene Pre-Engineering

8036 Cosmetology/Nail Technician Option 6071 EMT-Basic 8062 Health Care Assistant 7012 Office Assistant

6052 Drafting & Design Engineering Tech/Arch Eng 6050 Drafting & Design Engineering Tech/ Gen Drafting 6025 Early Childhood Education Technology 6070 EMT-Paramedic 6085 Funeral Service Technology 6035 Graphic Design Technology 6079 Health-Care Data Technology 8015 Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Tech 6065 Hotel & Restaurant Mgmt Tech 6056 Industrial Electronics Engineering Tech

6013 Office Systems Technology (OneYr Certificate) 8060 Practical Nursing 8070 Welding And Cutting

6038 Information Systems Tech/ Computer Networking 6041 Information Systems Tech/ Computer Programming 6009 Microcomputer Technology 6014 Office Systems Technology 6090 Paralegal Technology 6099 Paralegal Tech/Pre-Paralegal Studies Um 2+2 Option 6093 Respiratory Therapy 6092 Surgical Technology 7005 Tool & Die Technology

710 Pre-Forensic Chemistry 127 Pre-Health Information Management 726 Pre-Horticulture 718 Pre-Landscape Architecture 722 Pre-Landscape Contracting 736 Pre-Medical 748 Pre-Nursing (BSN) 752 Pre-Occupational Therapy 738 Pre-Optometry 756 Pre-Pharmacy 760 Pre-Physical Therapy 764 Pre-Radiological Sciences 768 Pre-Veterinary Medicine 770 Pre-Veterinary Medical Technology 520 Psychology 342 Recreation 307 Secondary Education 535 Social Work

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION窶年orthwest Mississippi Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability or status as a veteran or disabled veteran in employment, programs, or provision of services. Compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act is coordinated by Mr. Michael Dottorey, Disability Support Services Coordinator, McLendon Student Center, P.O. Box 5555, Highway 51 North, Senatobia, Mississippi 38668, telephone number 662-562-3309, email address mldottorey@northwestms. edu. Compliance with Title II of the Age Discrimination Act and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is coordinated by Mr. Gary Mosley, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs, James P. McCormick Administration Building, P.O. Box 7017, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, Mississippi, 38668, telephone number 662-562-3216, email address gtmosley@northwestms.edu.

6031 Civil Engineering Technology (One-Yr Certificate) 8005 Collision Repair Technology 8075 Commercial Truck Driving 8035 Cosmetology

CAREER CERTIFICATE

6005 Accounting Technology 6022 Agricultural Business & Mgmt Tech/Animal Husbandry 6010 Agricultural Tech/John Deere Tech 8014 Automotive Technology 8014 Automotive Tech/Chrysler College Auto Program 6012 Aviation Maintenance Tech 6045 Business & Marketing Management Tech 6098 Cardiovascular Technology 6030 Civil Engineering Technology 6032 Civil Engineering Tech/PreSurveying/Geomatics MSU

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

712 515 305 345 130 510

410 415 213

218 708 416

205 120 405 704 220

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE

CODES FOR MAJORS


Last

Female

Male

Box or Street

First

Cell #: Freshman

City

Middle

Date of Birth:

Other #:

State

If known

If yes, explain:

Male

*DeSoto Standard ($750) *DeSoto Deluxe ($825) Gainey Hall ($575) *Marshall ($775) Quitman ($525) *Tallahatchie Hall ($700)

Signature :

Date:

I am submitting this application with a $ deposit. I understand the college will hold this deposit. I understand I will receive notification of my room assignment. I may cancel my application in writing prior to noon on the first day of class of the applying semester to receive a refund of my deposit less a $25 cancellation fee. Failure to cancel my application by this deadline will result in forfeit of full deposit.

Roommate requests will be honored when requests are mutual and appropriate deposits are submitted within 5 days of each other.

Roommate (s) Requested:

Students with documented disabilities MUST register separately with Disability Support Services .

Please indicate any documented disability that needs special accommodation:

Specify participation in college athletic team or organization :

*Benton Hall ($700) Bobo Hall ($575) *DeSoto Standard ($750) *DeSoto Deluxe ($825) *Marshall ($775) Panola ($600) Taylor ($525)

Assignment Process Current Residents are given first priority. New and Returning students are then assigned based on participation in college athletic teams/organizations, in-district residency, special needs, deposit amount, and date of deposit.

Hall Preference (indicate 1st through 6th or 7th):

All facilities are Tobacco free. A mandatory meal plan is required of each resident student. All costs listed are per semester. Fees are current at time of printing and are subject to change. Apartments are indicated with a *and require a $100 deposit, the residence halls require a $50 deposit.

Housing is available to in-state students with exceptions made for scholarship athletes and special programs only.

Female

Zip

e-mail: ___________________________

Sophomore

Student ID #

Have you (the student) ever been convicted of or pled guilty to a crime other than minor traffic offenses?

Spring (January) 2

Classification:

Semester Applying : Fall (August) 2

Sex:

Home Phone:

Mailing Address:

Name:

STUDENT HOUSING APPLICATION

GPA: ____ Assignment:_____ Submit completed application with deposit to: Housing Office P.O. Box 7010 4975 Hwy. 51 North Senatobia, MS 38668

INDIS: Y / N

Receipt #:

Housing Office Use Only: C / E / F / L MS: Y / N

Date:

Business Office Use Only: Deposit Amount:


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NWCC Student Viewbook  

The 2013-14 Student Viewbook for Northwest Mississippi Community College.

NWCC Student Viewbook  

The 2013-14 Student Viewbook for Northwest Mississippi Community College.

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