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  • Northeast to Add Two Intercollegiate Sports in 2015

    by jamesc  12/17/2014 4:45:55 PM --  NORFOLK - Buoyed by the success of its athletic programs, administrators at Northeast Community College have announced that the Norfolk-based institution will add two new athletic programs to its growing roster of sports. Women's softball and men's soccer will begin at the College in Fall 2015.

  • Concordia's President Visits Northeast

    by jamesc  12/15/2014 8:04:55 AM --  Dr. Michael Chipps, president of Northeast Community College (left), listens to The Reverend Dr. Brian Friedrich, president of Concordia University-Nebraska Thursday, as he outlines some of the financial aid his institution will provide Northeast graduates if they enroll at Concordia.

  • Northeast Honors Employees with US Bank Awards

    by jamesc  12/12/2014 11:32:04 AM --  NORFOLK - Four Northeast Community College faculty and staff members have been honored with awards from US Bank during the College’s inaugural STAR (Special Thanks and Recognition) event.

  • Former Car Club Donates $12,000 to Northeast

    by jamesc  12/11/2014 5:48:39 PM --  NORFOLK – A former area classic car club has made a financial contribution to Northeast Community College. Members of Hot Summer Nites (HSN) presented a check for $12,000 to Dr. Michael Chipps, Northeast president, and John W. Davies, chair of the College Board of Governors, at the board’s monthly meeting here Thursday.

  • Ribbon Cutting and Open House at Northeast's Hartington Office

    by jamesc  11/20/2014 2:59:50 PM --  HARTINGTON – Northeast Community College celebrated the opening of its new regional office here recently. Approximately 50 people were on hand for an open house and ribbon cutting at the office located in the Hartington City Office building at 107 W. State Street.

  • Northeast Signs MOU with Concordia University

    by jamesc  11/19/2014 4:20:46 PM --  SEWARD, NE - Students will soon have the opportunity to benefit from a new partnership between Concordia University, Nebraska and Northeast Community College. The presidents of the two institutions signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Tuesday on Concordia’s campus here to solidify financial and educational commitments of their new partnership, effective immediately.

  • Northeast Honors Five Alumni for Achievement and Service

    by jamesc  11/14/2014 10:39:51 AM --  NORFOLK - The Northeast Community College Board of Governors and campus community have honored five individuals for career success, achievement and distinguished service following graduation from the institution.

  • Northeast Receives Scholarship Dollars

    by jamesc  11/14/2014 10:36:19 AM --  NORFOLK – A check for $15,600 has been presented to Northeast Community College to be used for scholarships. Dr. Michael Chipps, Northeast president, and John W. Davies, Northeast board of governors chairperson, accepted the check from Cathy Kathol, Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) retail programs coordinator, and Kurt Dostal, business relationship manager for Wells Fargo Bank, at the regular monthly meeting of the Northeast Board of Governors Thursday here.

  • Chipps Highlights Veterans' Services at Northeast

    by jamesc  11/7/2014 2:50:10 PM --  NORFOLK – Dr. Michael Chipps, president of Northeast Community College, has a filmed a video geared to military veteran students who attend the college. “I’m here to really celebrate with you veterans, as far as not only for your service, but to be able to attend Northeast Community College,” Chipps said in the opening. The video was shot by students in Brian Anderson’s broadcasting program in front of the College’s Welcome Center.

  • Davies Receives Distinguished Honor from NCCA

    by jamesc  11/6/2014 4:11:56 PM --  LINCOLN – The chairperson of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors has earned a distinguished honor from the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA). John W. Davies, of Pilger, was presented with the NCCA’s 2014 Governor’s Award during the NCCA’s annual meeting recently in Lincoln. The award is presented annually to one board member from five of the state’s community college areas.

  • ADM Contributes $15,000 to Northeast's O'Neill Campaign

    by jamesc  10/10/2014 3:16:09 PM --  O’NEILL – One of the largest agricultural processors in the world is investing in higher education efforts in North Central Nebraska. Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Company has contributed $15,000 to the Northeast Community College Foundation. The donation will go toward the construction and furnishing of a new extended campus facility in O’Neill.

  • Northeast Breaks Ground on New Residence Hall/Dining Facility

    by jamesc  10/9/2014 10:22:26 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College has celebrated a landmark day. Governor Dave Heineman was among the dignitaries in attendance Thursday as ground was broken on a $19 million residence hall/dining facility on the Norfolk campus. The buildings will be located near the College’s two existing residence halls and student apartments.

  • EducationQuest Foundation Provides Scholarship Funds to Northeast

    by jamesc  9/26/2014 8:54:48 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College is the recipient of several thousand dollars in scholarship funds to assist its students.

  • Northeast Students Pull Together for Pilger

    by jamesc  9/24/2014 10:04:52 AM --  NORFOLK – Even though the more immediate focus may be off the Pilger disaster, the effort to rebuild the Stanton County village will last for quite some time. Most of the community took a direct hit from a tornado June 16 that forever changed the lives of Northeast Community College’s service area residents. Much of the rubble has been hauled away, but for many of those who have decided to stay, they have nowhere to keep their remaining possessions. That’s where a Norfolk church has joined forces with Northeast Community College.

  • Board of Governors Approves 2014-15 Budget

    by jamesc  9/9/2014 4:34:33 PM --  NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College Board of Governors has given unanimous approval to the College’s 2014-15 budgets, which include a slight decrease in the property tax levy. The action took place Tuesday following public hearings during the board’s monthly meeting in Norfolk.

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