- Location Brooklyn Park, MN
- Web Site http://www.nhcc.edu/
- Nearest ELS Center St. Paul,MN
- Need to Learn English? Learn More About English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
|Key majors offered|
|Liberal Arts And Studies|
|Housing||Location Type||Offers Scholarships||Student Population||Offers CLA|
|Degrees Offered||Public/Private||Institution Type||Student Body||Student Population|
|Associate, Career/Undergraduate Certificate||Public||Associate College||Co-educational||103 (International)|
Yearly Costs / ELS Level
|Degree||Tuition||Fees||Housing **||Meals||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
"North Hennepin Community College (NHCC) is a two-year, associates-level institution located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Brooklyn Park is one of the most diverse cities in Minnesota and is a short commute from downtown Minneapolis. The college enrolls around 7,000 students each semester (around 10,000 each academic year) and was founded in 1966. NHCC is part of the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities (Minn State) system. Popular degree options include Nursing, Computer Science, Business , Criminal Justice, and Liberal Arts (Associate in Arts). Popular new programs include Health Sciences, Health, Communications, Human Services, Psychology, and Economics. Students can also study English language courses as part of the college's EAP (English for Academic Purposes) curriculum. NHCC offers a friendly atmosphere, a campus that values an individual's cultural heritage and a taste of ""Midwest American"" life. The campus population includes about 100 international students and many other international residents attending the college from approximately 50 countries."
Although there is no on-campus student housing available, many apartment complexes are near the campus. In addition, families near the college often rent a portion of their homes as apartments.
North Hennepin Community College (NHCC) has leadership opportunities, student life clubs/activities, intramural/extramural sports, and performing arts to participate in while studying for your degree. Student Life coordinates more than 25 on-campus clubs and organizations, while the Diversity & Equity office has many different initiative programs for students from different cultures and backgrounds. Leadership activities include Student Senate (which currently has multiple international students participating), Honors, and Undergraduate Research opportunities.