Labor Day. Campus closed.5
Fall Semester financial aid charges end at 2:30 p.m. at the Mica Peak Exchange bookstore.8
Attendance rosters for Fall Semester course sections due by 10 a.m.9
Drop for non-attendance of Fall Semester course sections.9
Last day to receive 100 percent refund for Fall Semester 2014.
North Idaho College does not discriminate or deny services on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, sexual status, age, disability, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran.
Americans With Disabilities Act
North Idaho College commits itself to be in compliance with both the letter and the spirit of any federal or state legislation or directives regarding equitable treatment for those with disabilities. Federal law prohibits pre-admission inquiries about disabilities. Information regarding disabilities, voluntarily given or inadvertently received, will not affect any admission decision. Contact Center for Educational Access (students w/disabilities) at (208) 665-4520 early in the admission process if you require disability-related services in the classroom or accommodations for placement testing. Information received is confidential.
In compliance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, the annual Safety and Security Report is available as part of NIC's commitment to safety and security on campus.
NIC subscribes to the philosophy of the comprehensive community college, including an "open-door" admissions policy. To truly reflect its role as a community college, NIC accepts the fundamental responsibility to meet the varying needs of individuals with widely divergent interests and abilities. At the same time, NIC seeks to respond to the needs of area businesses, industries, and governmental agencies by preparing competent, trained employees.
The commitment to an open-door admissions policy is defined as providing all eligible students with access to appropriate educational offerings at the college. NIC enrolls students seeking a post-secondary education, but reserves the right to guide students into the courses and programs that will enhance their opportunities for success.
Certain designated courses of study have special requirements for admission. The college tests and evaluates entering students to place them in the appropriate level courses.