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  • Northeast holds Chamber Coffee in West Point

    by jamesc  1/29/2016 2:00:58 PM --  Dr. Michael Chipps, president of Northeast Community College, speaks to members of the West Point Chamber of Commerce during a coffee on Friday at Northeast’s Extended Campus in West Point.

  • Northeast is among Top 150 community colleges in the United States

    by jamesc  1/26/2016 11:26:31 AM --  Washington, DC – Highlighting the critical importance of improving student success in America’s community colleges, the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today named Northeast Community College as one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the 2017 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence and $1 million dollars in prize funds, as well as Siemens Technical Scholars Program student scholarships.

  • Scherer appointed to the Board of Governors

    by jamesc  1/14/2016 5:52:20 PM --  NORFOLK – The chief financial officer of Smeal Fire Apparatus in Snyder is the newest member of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors. Jeff Scherer, Beemer, was sworn in at the board’s monthly meeting Thursday in Norfolk. He succeeds John W. Davies, Pilger, who resigned his At-Large seat in November. The position represents the College’s entire 20-county service area.

  • Petsche is new chair of the Board of Governors

    by jamesc  1/14/2016 5:41:34 PM --  NORFOLK – Shirley Petsche, Petersburg, is the new chairperson of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors. She began serving her term at Thursday’s meeting of the board in Norfolk. Petsche, District I member, succeeds Gene Willers, Pilger, District IV representative.

  • Northeast employees honored with US Bank Awards

    by jamesc  1/6/2016 12:53:15 PM --  NORFOLK - Four Northeast Community College faculty and staff members have been honored with awards from US Bank during the College’s spring In-Service recently.

  • Chipps appointed to national PTK Advisory Board

    by jamesc  12/10/2015 9:42:59 AM --  JACKSON, MS – Dr. Michael Chipps, president of Northeast Community College, is one of 33 community college presidents from across the United States who has been appointed to the new Presidential Advisory Board for the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society. The Presidential Advisory Board will provide input into the organization’s strategic plan, priorities and direction.

  • Northeast to add women's soccer in 2016

    by jamesc  12/3/2015 11:08:00 AM --  NORFOLK – Female student-athletes will have the opportunity to participate in a new intercollegiate athletic program at Northeast Community College. Administrators announced at a news conference today that women’s soccer will be added to its roster of sports beginning in Fall 2016.

  • Davies resigns from Board of Governors

    by jamesc  11/10/2015 8:50:18 PM --  NORFOLK – A longtime member of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors is stepping down. John W. Davies submitted his letter resignation of his At-Large seat at Tuesday’s regular monthly meeting of the Board in Norfolk.

  • Davies earns national honor from ACCT

    by jamesc  10/20/2015 3:04:23 PM --  SAN DIEGO, CA – John W. Davies, a member of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors, has been recognized nationally for his work in higher education. Davies, of Pilger, is one of five people to be named a finalist for the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) 2015 M. Dale Ensign Trustee Leadership Award. Davies, the Western Region finalist, joined trustees from community colleges in California, New Jersey, North Carolina and Ohio, during an awards ceremony held recently here.

  • Northeast observes Hispanic Heritage Month

    by jamesc  10/16/2015 10:36:24 AM --  Fanny Veliz, actor, writer, director and producer of the feature film, “Homebound” speaks to students at Northeast Community College in Norfolk this week after a screening of the motion picture.

  • Turpin named Northeast Distinguished Alumni

    by jamesc  10/12/2015 9:01:07 AM --  SCOTTSBLUFF – A recognizable name that is formerly associated with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has been recognized by the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA). Richard “Dick” Turpin was honored for outstanding career achievement recently with the NCCA’s Northeast Community College Area Distinguished Alumni Award during the organization’s annual meeting, held at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff. The award is presented annually to one alumnus from five of the state’s community college areas.

  • Severson named top community college administrator

    by jamesc  10/9/2015 11:01:54 AM --  SCOTTSBLUFF – The vice president of Student Services at Northeast Community College has been recognized as the top administrator among Nebraska’s community college. Dr. Karen Severson was presented with the 2015 Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA) Administrator’s Award during the NCCA’s annual meeting Monday in Scottsbluff. The award is presented annually to one administrator from five of the state’s community college areas.

  • Northeast remembers Umpqua

    by jamesc  10/9/2015 9:53:26 AM --  Northeast Community College Board of Governors members Dirk Petersen, Norfolk (left) Arlan Kuehn, South Sioux City, and Keith Harvey, Creighton, paused for a moment of silence during the Board’s meeting in Norfolk Thursday.

  • Northeast to observe National Literacy Week

    by jamesc  9/18/2015 5:23:11 PM --  NORFOLK – The Adult Education Department at Northeast Community College will spotlight its programs next week as part of National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, September 21-26. An open house will be held on Thursday, September 24, to explain the services and tools utilized in the program. It will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., in the Maclay building, Room 190, on the Norfolk campus.

  • Northeast budget tax levy is reduced again

    by jamesc  9/8/2015 9:33:22 PM --  O’NEILL – The Northeast Community College Board of Governors has given unanimous approval to the College’s 2015-16 budgets, which includes a decrease of 3.69 percent in the property tax levy. The action took place Tuesday following public hearings during the board’s monthly meeting in O’Neill.

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