Supporting someone you care about through the college selection and admissions process can be quite a responsibility. Whether you are a parent, a counselor, or anyone else who is helping somebody else find the right place for them, we’re here to give you what you need to know about North Hennepin Community College. Explore this page for useful information, knowledge and resources and more to empower yourself and others to make the best decision possible.
For Parents & Guardians
If you’re looking to familiarize yourself with NHCC and to see if it’s a right fit for your child, don’t hesitate to schedule a virtual appointment with our counselors. You’ll also find useful resources here to help guide you through NHCC programs, college costs, and information about transferring into, or out of, NHCC.
Pathways, Degrees & Certifications
Explore over 70+ programs and course offerings provided by NHCC, and taught by highly experienced staff & faculty. Also, learn about, and prepare for, the NHCC registration process.
College Costs and Aid
NHCC offers extremely competitive tuition rates without sacrificing the quality of education. In addition, there are a variety of scholarships, payment options, grants, and assistance programs offering you flexible ways to cover tuition and other costs.
Whether your dependent is looking to transfer into NHCC or preparing themselves to transfer out to another institution, refer to this section for more information on the transfer process to ensure a smooth transition between institutions.
NHCC: Changing Lives!
Empower yourself and your students with a variety of NHCC programs and services. At any point, don’t hesitate to call or email the NHCC team if you have any questions or concerns.
Help your students get ahead of their college education by allowing them to enroll in college classes while still high school students. Learn more about the different programs and requirements.
Explore the variety of Career Services to help your students better prepare for the working world. Other relevant resources you should look at include Employer Career Resources and Online Career Resources.
Community Connections Resource Center
Expand your students’ support system outside of school with programs to help them find financial, material, healthcare, and other resources outside of class.
Dean of Student Development
Director of Partnerships & Collaboration Concurrent Enrollment/PSEO
Assistant Director of Admissions & Outreach