News Articles

  • MENTOR Health IT Program off to a Successful Start

    Normandale Community College, Lac qui Parle Health Network (LqPHN), Medi-Sota, Minnesota West Community and Technical College (MnWest), South West Minnesota Private Industry Council (SW MIN PIC) and Healthland, who are all partners of the MENTOR Health IT training program, recently celebrated the successful kickoff of the program.

  • Textbook Depot Closed on June 19 Due to Flooding

    The Textbook Depot will be closed the remainder of Thursday, June 19 due to flooding. We hope to be open tomorrow, but students and other customers should check or call ahead before coming to purchase books.

  • Collegeview Road Temporarily Closed due to Flooding on June 19

    The area of Collegeview Road that is by the north side of campus off Palmer Road is temporarily closed due to flooding on June 19.

  • Japanese Garden Book Signing on June 14

    Author Dave Kenney will be signing copies of his new book detailing the history of the Japanese Garden as part of the Japanese Garden Festival on Saturday, June 14.

  • Campus Cupboard Receives Award

    Normandale Community College’s Campus Cupboard received the 2013-14 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Academic and Student Affairs award for Innovative Student Affairs Program.

  • Julie Guelich Named Outstanding Administrator

    Normandale Community College Vice President of Academic Affairs Julie Guelich was named the 2013-14 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) Outstanding Academic and Student Affairs Administrator.

  • Normandale Welcomes President-Elect Joyce Ester

    On May 22, Normandale Community College hosted an event on campus to welcome President-Elect Joyce Ester.

  • Student Named Leader of the Year

    Normandale Community College student Maleah Otterson was named Outstanding Student Leader of the Year for the Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA) at the Spring General Assembly Conference.

  • Outstanding Educator Awards

    Communications instructor Aimee Dubois, economics instructor Anne-Marie Ryan-Guest, and theatre instructor Kurt Schweickhardt were all recognized for their outstanding teaching and exemplary service to students.