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NMC Won't Return For Face-To-Face Classes This Semester, Commencement Postponed

By Beth Milligan | March 26, 2020

Northwestern Michigan College announced Wednesday it will not return to face-to-face classes for exams this semester and will postpone its 2020 commencement ceremony. NMC previously cancelled face-to-face classes through April 27 - the last week of the semester - when final exams are scheduled. Students will now not return to campus for exams, which will be held remotely. Instructors will make arrangements between now and then and communicate directly with students.

The 2020 commencement ceremony, originally set for May 2, will either be delayed until August or a double ceremony held in May 2021. All NMC campuses are closed through April 13, including the Dennos Museum and Hagerty Center. All events are cancelled through mid-May, including the NMC Barbecue originally scheduled for May 17.

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