Contact Us | A-Z Site Index
About NC State  |  Admissions  |  Alumni  |  Degrees & Courses  |  Faculty & Staff  |  Financial Aid  |  Giving  |  Student Services
NC State Button Bar
MyNC
register for classes, change personal info, pay bill ...
Course Search
by course number, by subject, by faculty ...
Student Email
check email online
BlackBoard
online classes portal
Canvas
online classes portal
A-Z Site Index
find links alphabetically
Directory
faculty, staff, offices
Help
help documents and tutorials
MyNC Class Search Student Email Canvas Directory Help Documents and Tutorials
Forward Back
 
 
 
 
 

 

shadow below QR code Square One QR Code

Start at Square One
an interactive overview of NC State degrees

Open This MenuACADEMIC CALENDAR Open This Menu
Mid-Term Deficiencies Wed, Oct 22nd

Deadline for Faculty to Post Mid-Term Deficiencies on Computer for Fall Semester


Loan Payment Mon, Nov 3rd

Fourth payment of Tuition Loan Plan due for Fall Semester


Priority Registration Tue, Nov 4th

Priority Registration for Spring Semester 2015 – All Majors

  • Business, Industry and Technology; Education, Professional & Public Services
  • Health Sciences
  • Liberal Arts, AA, AS, ATS

Priority Registration Thu, Nov 6th

Priority Registration for Spring Semester 2015 – Pre-Health & Undeclared


Withdraw as "W" Mon, Nov 10th

Last Day to withdraw with a grade of "W" for Fall Semester for most course on full term.  Check each course on your schedule in MyNC for actual withdrawal dates.


Veteran's Day Observed Tue, Nov 11th

Veteran's Day Observed

  • No Classes
  • Offices Closed
  • Staff In-Service Day

Open Registration Thu, Nov 13th

Open Registration begins for Spring Semester 2015


FAFSA Deadline Fri, Nov 14th

Recommended deadline to submit a FAFSA for Spring Semester


Thanksgiving Braeak Wed, Nov 26th

Thanksgiving Break

  • College Closed
  • President's Day Observed on November 26

Final Exams Begin Mon, Dec 8th

Final Examinations for Fall Semester are December 8 through December 14


Entire Academic CalendarEntire Academic Calendar
 
Open This MenuTWITTEROpen This Menu
 
 
Open This MenuNEWS Open This Menu

NC State Receives Award to Enhance Student Success

September 4, 2014 Mansfield, Ohio. This week, the U.S. Department of Education awarded $2,008,509 in Title III grant dollars to North Central State College for Advising Across the Continuum, a proposal to increase student success through additional advising.

Read more...

NC State Receives $1.5 Million

Kehoe Center in ShelbyThis week, the Ohio Board of Regents awarded a Small Campus Targeted Workforce Development Expansion grant in the amount of $1,528,847 to North Central State College for renovations at the James W. Kehoe Center in Shelby, Ohio.

Read more...

Steve Knapp - Physical Therapist Assistant

Steve Knapp“When rumors about the plant closing began circulating, I found myself wondering what I would do if I was suddenly without a job. I searched for other ideas of doing something different than electrical work in a factory."

Read more...

Angela Noe and Jennifer Beaver - Paralegal

Angela Noe and Jennifer Beaver with Paralegal professor Judith SturgilTwo North Central State College students recently returned from Washington, D.C., but they weren’t on vacation. Mansfield resident Angela Noe and Wooster resident Jennifer Beaver spent the first half of spring semester as interns in the Capitol Hill office of Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).

Read more...

Andrea Johnson - Accounting

Andrea JohnsonAndrea Johnson is the newest insurance agent at Blackstone Insurance in Lexington. She received her Property and Casualty License in March 2014 and is excited about what the future holds.

Read more...

Aurelio Diaz - Human Services

Aurelio DiazA second-year NC State student, Diaz is in his 10th year as a support specialist in adult services for Richland Newhope Industries. For the past four years, Diaz has directed the Richland Newhope dance troupe.

Read more...

Dulcey Wagner - Associate Degree Nursing (RN)

Dulcey Wagner“I saw so many people who helped my brother growing up. I decided I wanted to do that too.  I use those experiences in my coursework and clinical experience."

Read more...

Alec Broderick - VCMT

Alec BroderickVisit Global Medical Foam in Lexington some weekday afternoon and there’s a good chance you will catch North Central State College student Alec Broderick working on the company’s latest brochure.

Read more...

Danielle Roberts Perseveres

Danielle Roberts and a friend at graduationOn her fourth try at college, Danielle Roberts got it right. The 39-year-old mother of six completed an associate degree in Human Services at North Central State College. “Prior to coming here, I attended college three times. But life got in the way and I never completed a program,” she said.

Read more...

Alisha Walker

Alisha WalkerAlisha Walker is marketing her employer and her community at Richland Source. Graduating in December with her associate degree in marketing from North Central State College, Walker is serving an internship with the online news outlet.

Read more...

Seeing a Future in CNC

Rodney JonesRodney Jones is employed as a six-month intern helping upsize a crash test dummy which will be used to study car restraints on overweight people during a crash. “It wasn’t long ago I was working 12 hour shifts. I don’t even have my degree (he will graduate May 2014), and I’m already better off than I was before.”

Read more...

LaTonya Green

LaTonya GreenInjuries sustained in an accident in 2011 helped change LaTonya Green’s life. She sustained a broken pelvis and internal injuries after being run over three times by an SUV. “I was in the hospital for two months and in a wheelchair for nine months after that,” Green recalls. “The doctors weren’t sure if I would ever be able to walk normally again."

Read more...

Small Business Basics

See what it takes to start a small business for yourself. Attend this seminar presented in partnership with SCORE.

Read more...

College Fair

The North Central Ohio Guidance Counselor Association would like to invite all regional high school students and their guests to speak first-hand with higher education representatives about college admissions.

Read more...

NC State Awarded Department of Labor Grant

The U.S. Department of Labor today announced that North Central State College will receive a grant of $2.9 million as part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant (TAACCCT) Program.

Read more...

NC State Business Programs Receive 10 Year Accreditation

The Business Management and Accounting programs at North Central State College recently earned reaccreditation with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for the maximum 10 years.  Accreditation was first earned in 1993 for the programs

Read more...

Early Access

Brianna Wallis with her mother, Cindy WallisBrianna Wallis, an eighth grader at Galion Middle School, just completed her eighth class at North Central State College. The 13-year-old plans to complete her associate’s degree at NC State while dual enrolled at Galion High School.

Read more...

Home School Students Excel

William MumeaWilliam Mumea stepped into a classroom for the first time in his life when he joined the College-NOW Engineering Academy at North Central State College last fall. Homeschooled through the 10th grade, Mumea and his parents felt he was ready for a new challenge.

Read more...

College-NOW for High School Students

Earn an associate degree while still in high school. You could graduate with a college degree at the same time you graduate with a high school diploma.

Read more...

Mansfield Campus Veteran's Listening Project

Upon returning home and to civilian life many veterans struggle and suffer from a sense of extreme isolation because of their military experiences. North Central State College and The Ohio State University at Mansfield are reaching out to military veterans by listening to them.

Read more...
Open This MenuCAMPUS ACTIVITIESOpen This Menu
Art Exhibition - "The Collapse" Mon, Oct 27th, @12:00am
Pearl Conard Art Gallery

Melissa Haviland and David Colagiovanni are artists who live and collaborate in Athens, Ohio. Their collaborative work includes artist books, zines, video and sound composition, photography, printmaking and music releases. Both artists have exhibited their work internationally. The series of videos and video stills, Music for Teacups, is their first work in a larger celebration exploring class, heritage, and table etiquette. During the Summer 2011, the two began work on Dinner Music which featured seven full sets of china recorded in slow motion video and audio falling and breaking onto a dining room table in a field in rural North Carolina. A gallery talk with a reception will be held on Friday, October 17, from 6:30-8:00 pm.


SDSR Halloween Costume Edition Fri, Oct 31st, @8:00pm
Eisenhower Student Union, 2nd floor Eisenhower Student Center

Join us for the Something Different Something Real Halloween Costume edition!  SDSR is a time of worship, fellowship, learning, and in this case, guffawing at ridiculous costumes. It's a real experience with believers. Bring a friend and a Bible. Dress up for the occasion!  Snacks will be available. SDSR is brought to you by the Awakening student organization.


Mavericks Men's Basketball vs. Lindsey Wilson College Sun, Nov 2nd, @2:00pm
Columbia, Kentucky

Game is at 2:00 pm CST


Mavericks Women's Basketball vs. University of Akron Wayne Wed, Nov 5th, @5:30pm
Campus Recreation Center
Mavericks Men's Basketball vs. University of Akron Wayne Wed, Nov 5th, @7:30pm
Campus Recreation Center
Grant Edmonds Game Show Thu, Nov 6th, @12:30pm
Eisenhower Student Union

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Double Dare! American Idol...if these three popular programs had a baby, Grant Edmonds' high-energy Variety Game Show would be it! This show is full of improvisation, goofy games, and of course, judges!  And because it's a game show, EVERY CONTESTANT WINS CASH! Join us for a series of competitions - comedy, dancing, and Air-Banding (a prop-fee version of Rock Band) and more. It's all about how entertaining you are. The more entertaining you are, the more money you can win. The big winner can win up to $100! And every effort made on stage, each contestantt is GUARANTEED at least $5 just for trying.  Don't miss this crazy event.  Free lunch provided for all those in attendance.


Explore NC State Thu, Nov 6th, @5:30pm
Health Sciences Building and Kehoe Center

Come to campus and learn more about the degree that interests you. Representatives from various programs will be available to answer questions.

@ Health Sciences Building on Main Campus

  • Health Sciences Programs
  • Public Service Programs
  • Transfer Programs

@ Kehoe Center in Shelby

  • Business Programs
  • Engineering Programs
  • Visual Communcations Programs

>> more


Gallery Exhibition - "Biotic" Mon, Nov 10th
Pearl Conard Art Gallery

Biotic features a wide range of artists who share an interest in the cycle of plants, people, and organisms that make up the substance of life. Exhibiting artists will use a variety of processes and materials, inlcuidng plants, bugs, and soil. The exhibition is curated by Jeni Hansen Gard and Alana Thomas, both MFA candidates in The Ohio State University's Department of Art. A curator's talk and reception will be held on Friday, November 14, from 6:00 -8:00 pm.


Theatre - The Tin Faces Project Tue, Nov 11th, @7:00pm
Founders Auditorium in Ovalwood Hall

Of the many horrors soldiers suffered in the First World War, facial injuries were among the most common and tragic. Trench warfare led to the disfigurement of thousands of soldiers on both sides. American sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd worked with American and French soldiers to craft life-like yet paper-thin metal masks to hide their wounds. This newly created work examines her efforts as well as the wounds and healing of soldiers, doctors, nurses, and artists then and now. This performance is a special Veterans' Day free preview. Armed Services members, veterans, and health care providers are invited to attend all performances at no charge.


Theatre - The Tin Faces Project Wed, Nov 12th, @7:00pm
Founders Auditorium in Ovalwood Hall

Of the many horrors soldiers suffered in the First World War, facial injuries were among the most common and tragic. Trench warfare led to the disfigurement of thousands of soldiers on both sides. American sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd worked with American and French soldiers to craft life-like yet paper-thin metal masks to hide their wounds. This newly created work examines her efforts as well as the wounds and healing of soldiers, doctors, nurses, and artists then and now. Armed Services members, veterans, and health care providers are invited to attend all performances at no charge.


Entire CalendarEntire Calendar
 
 
Student standing with arms crossed

What it takes to be a student

An Idea

... of what you want to be.
If you are not quite sure, try our
Career Toolkit. Or you can browse
our Associate Degrees to see if
something interests you.

Courage

... to take the first step.
But don't stop there.
Our Admissions Reps
will be there to walk
you through the process.

Pants?

Yeah, those are important ...
but what you really need
is money. You would be surprised
how much Financial Aid we can
dig up for you.

Course Search:
Degrees
Degrees

Start at Square One and email yourself information about our degrees. Or browse the Associate Degrees and Certificates available at NC State.

 
Tour Campus & Get More Info
Tour Campus

Sign up for a campus tour and see what it's like to be a NC State student.

Looking for More Information?

 
Student Activities
Student Activities

Find a student group or see what is happening on campus.

 
Early College
Tour Campus

High school students can earn college credit while still in high school.

 
Career Toolkit
Career Toolkit

Explore your future with our
suite of career tools.

 
Semester Conversion Crosswalk
Semester Conversion Crosswalk

Get the semester equivalents for classes you have already taken under quarters.

 
 
Kehoe Center Services
Kehoe Center Services

 

 
Quality Initiatives
Quality Initiatives

See what's happening with the latest efforts to continuously improve the student experience at NC State.

 

 

NC State Button Bar
enable editing

content disclaimer | computer and network use policy


ABOUT NC STATE

About NC State
Maps & Directions
Jobs/Employment


ADMISSIONS

Apply Online
Enrollment Steps
International Students
Options for High School Students
Transfer Options


DEGREES & COURSES

Associate Degrees
Bachelor's Degree Options
Certificates
College Catalog
Course Search
Online Classes
Square One
Syllabi
Transcripts & Records
Transfer Options


FINANCIAL AID

Apply for Aid
Cost of College
FAFSA
Forms
Grants & Scholarships
Loans
Veteran's Benefits
Work-Study


STUDENT SERVICES

Academic Advising
Bill Payment
Bookstore
Career Development
Changing Majors
Child Care
Computer Labs
Disability Services
Health Insurance
Help

ID Cards
IT System Support
Jobs
Library
Personal Counseling
Safety & Security
Student Success Center
Transcripts & Records
TRIO Support Services
Tutoring


© North Central State College
2441 Kenwood Circle
Mansfield, Ohio 44906
419-755-4800
888-755-4899

 

Find Us on FacebookFind us on Facebook

Find Us on FacebookFollow us on Twitter

Send Me More Info

Send Me More Info