The following links can be used to access important information about Northeast’s policies pertaining to financial aid, health and safety, and more. This convenient list should be useful for current and prospective students searching for material and policies concerning various departments on campus. Northeast provides the following information in accordance with the disclosure requirements for institutions participating in federal financial aid programs under Title IV.
Health and Safety
Northeast Mississippi Community College’s emergency preparedness measures help ensure our campus is as safe as possible and our response to emergency scenarios of all types is thoughtful, collaborative and efficient. Plans have been developed and procedures established to enable us to respond quickly and effectively to situations that may arise. Our goal is to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. For more information about Campus Safety, please contact Chief Randy Baxter, Chief of Police, at (662) 720-7576 or at email@example.com
2016 Campus Safety and Security Survey (Clery Act)
A college’s cost of attendance is the amount a student who receives no financial aid will generally pay each year to attend that college, assuming you are paying housing fees to the college and not living with relatives. The “Net Price Calculator” cost is your REAL cost to attend – the amount you pay out-of-pocket after your financial aid is deducted. A college’s Net Price Calculator will therefore uncover your true out-of-pocket cost to attend their college.
Two colleges may have vastly different figures for the annual cost of attendance, but your Net Price to attend both may be similar. In fact, your Net Price may be lower at the college with the higher cost of attendance. The Net Price is your key to knowing what your college will really cost you.
- NEMCC Net Price Calculator
College Navigator consists primarily of the latest data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), the core postsecondary education data collection program for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). College profiles include publicly available institutional data such as programs and majors, tuition and fees, retention, graduation rates, and the price of attendance.