Northern Maine Community College

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Northern Maine Community College
Established 1961 [1]
Type Public community college
President Timothy D. Crowley[2]
Students 981
Location Presque Isle, ME, USA
Coordinates: 46°41′39″N 68°2′4″W / 46.69417°N 68.03444°W / 46.69417; -68.03444
Campus 87 acres (350,000 m2), Rural[3]
Former names Northern Maine Technical College
Mascot Falcons

Northern Maine Community College is a community college in Presque Isle, Maine and one of the seven colleges in the Maine Community College System. The 87-acre (350,000 m2) campus was founded in 1961 on the grounds of the former Presque Isle Air Force Base.


The college awards the Associate's degree in a variety of subject matters. The college is split into four departments: Arts & Sciences, Business Technology,Nursing & Allied Health, Trade & Technical.

Arts & Sciences[edit]

This department has programs in Liberal Studies and Early Childhood Education.

Business Technology[edit]

This department is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).[4] This department has programs in Accounting Information Systems,Business Administration, General Technology, Medical Coding, Medical Office Administration, and Office Assistant.

Nursing & Allied Health[edit]

This department is accredited by the associate degree nursing program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc.. This department has programs in Nursing, Emergency Medical Services, Intermediate EMT, Medical Assisting, and Paramedicine.

Trade & Technical[edit]

This department has programs in Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Computer-Aided Drafting Technology, Computer Electronics, Diesel Hydraulics, Electrical Construction & Maintenance, General Technology, Machine Tool Technology, Plumbing & Heating, Precision Metals Manufacturing, Residential Construction, Welding & Metal Fabrication, Wind Power Technology


NMCC Falcons are a United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) school that compete in the Northern Division of the Yankee Small College Conference. The school competes in golf, soccer, men's and women's basketball, ice hockey, and skiing.