Welcome to North Hennepin Community College!

We're excited for you to start at NHCC! You can apply right now for summer or fall semester 2021. Contact Admissions at admission@nhcc.edu or 763-424-0724 with any questions about applying or enrolling in courses.

NHCC is offering the majority of our summer session 2021 courses in an online format, with some courses having limited face-to-face/on-campus requirements. For fall semester 2021, around 55% of our courses will be online or mostly online and 45% will be face-to-face (in-person) or blended/hybrid. NHCC has been a leader in online education for years, as pre-COVID around half of our courses were already offered in an online or blended/hybrid format. We'll be offering the quality education you expect from NHCC this year in a way that provides you flexibility and helps to keep you safe and healthy. Find more information at nhcc.edu/fall.

Virtual Info Sessions and Appointments

Connect with us virtually by attending a virtual info session or scheduling an appointment (Zoom or phone).



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Learn about North Hennepin Community College

North Hennepin Community College is a great place to reach your academic goals and prepare for your career. You can enroll in quality academic programs with a flexible class schedule, some with fully online options! Our affordable tuition makes attending NHCC a great investment in your future.

Learn more about NHCC by:

  1. Requesting information online.
  2. Connecting with us for a virtual information session or appointment.
  3. Contacting Admissions & Outreach with college questions.

Are you an Adult Learner?

NHCC is a great place to continue your education! Attending college can seem overwhelming, but we are here to support you with flexible scheduling (full or part-time studies; online, in-person, hybrid, and evening courses) and services such as career planning, tutoring, and advising. We have options to apply your experience toward your degree through an Individualized Studies degree or transfer credit.

If you are a Minnesota resident age 25 or older and have completed 15 or more college credits without earning a degree, MN Reconnect can help you complete your education. We provide specific services and resources to help adult learners successfully complete a certificate, diploma or associate program. Contact our program's Navigator for more info!

NHCC Fast Facts

What do you want to study?

NHCC offers more than 60 associate degrees and short-term certificates to prepare you for employment or transfer into bachelor's programs. You can even complete a bachelor's degree on campus in select majors through our university partners!

NHCC now provides transfer pathways in Accounting, ArtBiology, Business, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Economics, English, Exercise ScienceHistory, Law Enforcement, Math, Political SciencePsychology, and Theatre! These transfer pathway programs allow you to transfer all credits earned at NHCC into a Minnesota State university that has a corresponding major.

New degree programs at NHCC include Data Science, Gender & Women's Studies, Health, and Nutrition! We also have a new Phlebotomy certificate.

Prepare to Start College

Once you apply for admission, it is important to prepare for college by studying for your placement test and completing your financial aid application (FAFSA). You may also qualify to apply for NHCC scholarships!