Name: Northeast Community College
President/CEO: Michael Chipps
Campus Setting: Rural
Year Established: 1973 (due to merger of Northeastern Nebraska College, formerly Norfolk Junior College, and Northeast Nebraska Technical College)
Governing Board Website
Student Characteristics Based on Fall 2010 IPEDS Data
2010 Fall Credit Enrollment
Total Enrollment: 5,377
Part Time: 56.4%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 0.3%
Native American: 1.0%
Quote from the President
"Northeast Community College is dynamic and at the cutting edge of many initiatives. The McIntosh College of Nursing houses Northeast and the University of Nebraska Medical Center nursing programs from basic nurse aide through master's degree. In addition, the College Center in South Sioux City has been designed to combine courses and programs from Northeast and Wayne State colleges which lead to certificates and diplomas in addition to associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees. A delegation from the college recently visited Beijing, China to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Beijing College of Vocational Agriculture to explore exchange opportunities for both students and faculty. Soon, Northeast will host a faculty exchange team from the Beijing College of Vocational Agriculture. A new course, Introduction to Community Leadership, was recently launched to help our students learn how to become effective community leaders. Northeast recently attended a Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony at the United States Department of Agriculture headquarters. The memorandum encourages increased cooperation between USDA Rural Development and rural community colleges to develop partnerships and work together to strengthen rural economies."
- Aspen Institute named Northeast in the Top 10 Percent of approximately 1,200 Community Colleges in the United States.
- Northeast honored by the Nebraska FFA Association with the Nebraska FFA Distinguished Service Award for 2012.
- 98 percent of our 2011 graduates either found employment or are continuing their education.
- Northeast Accounting Instructor Linda Miller was honored with 2012 National Business Education Association Outstanding Contributions to Business Education by a Postsecondary Business Teacher Award.