In accordance with the College and University Information Act of 1989 and the Students Right to Know Act of 1990, Northeast State Community College provides an Annual Security Report and crime statistics. Please visit http://www.northeaststate.edu/police/ and click on "Annual Security Report/crime statistics" to access this report.
Questions regarding security or crime statistics may be addressed to the Northeast State Police Department at 423.323.0255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northeast State has contracted with e2Location to implement a campus alert system that allows students, faculty, and staff to receive updates and emergency alerts on their cell phones, PDAs, and email.
To activate Campus Alert, you’ll need to create a personal account. * Unless you are signing up for email alerts only, please have your cell phone turned on when you register.
* Campus Alert is a voluntary, opt-in system. The system will not be used to send advertisements, and user information will not be shared with third parties outside the college. There is no cost to participate in Campus Alert, other than normal fees your mobile service provider may charge for receiving text messages. If you prefer not to receive text messages, you have the option of receiving only email messages.
Northeast State Community College recognizes its obligation to provide an Environmental Health and Safety program that ensures student and employee safety, protects our environment and promotes sustainability. The Environmental Health and Safety Department is a resource that provides oversight, consultation, policies, training, inspections, documentation and other services to assure that Northeast State Community College complies with federal, state, and local health and environmental requirements. Visit the EHS website for more information. For questions regarding Environmental Health and Safety, please call 423.354.5224 or email email@example.com.
Our goal is to share useful information and relevant programs to support our veterans as they return to civilian careers. Please visit the "Veterans Resources" section for more information.
The Career & Workforce Development Center is the place to start your new career. You’ll find assistance with career planning, choosing a major, co-op opportunities, job search, interview preparation, resume development, and information on the WorkKeys Assessment. Click HERE for further details.
The Career & Workforce Development Center offers workshops on a variety of career development topics. Workshops are offered on a monthly basis to students, alumni, and job seekers from the public. Click HERE to view the schedule of workshops offered each semester.