“I feel I have a calling to help people. I want to work with the developmentally delayed population. I knew NCC had a great program with instructors who push you to be prepared to pass your RN exam. I appreciate the friendly and accommodating staff at NCC!”

Associate Degree Nursing student
Sheldon, IA


“I chose NCC, because it had all the things I needed to go back to school and work full-time. The instructors have been very helpful and want you to succeed! I like online learning, because it allows me to work during the day and focus on my classes in the evening.”

Health Information Technology Online student
Tuscaumbia, AL


“I wanted to be able to assist people with what they needed and educate them to better their health. I enjoy being able to help people understand their medication and why it is important to take.”

Pharmacy Technician student
Sioux Center, IA


“My mom’s a nurse and she said I was born to be a nurse.  I love helping people. The instructors are great and really care that you succeed!”

Nursing student
Bloomfield, NE


“I was a paramedic in a hospital and wanted to continue my education. The people at NCC are really friendly and want to help you succeed!”

Practical Nursing—Extended student
Hartley, IA


“I went to a four year school, but decided to come home. I like the small class sizes at NCC…it’s the right fit for me. I have a passion for the medical field and the instructors truly want you to succeed!”

Radiologic Technology student
Sheldon, IA


“I was also a medic in the army before coming to NCC, and I have older siblings in the nursing field so I gravitated towards the career. I like helping people. Everyone at NCC has been friendly and helpful!”

Associate Degree Nursing student
Hull, IA

Amalia Feliciano

“The most rewarding thing is spending time with the patients and really getting to know them. If you have a compassionate heart and want to help people, being a CNA is a job for you.”

Sioux Center, IA

Madeline Oostra

“I loved the hands-on training we received and the experienced EMTs who spoke to our class about how to handle different situations. I am studying to become a nurse now and my EMT training is a huge asset.”

EMT, current NCC nursing student
Sheldon, IA