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NMC Update - Aug. 4, 2015 2:30pm

Due to the destructive impact of Typhoon Soudelor, Northern Marianas College today announced that it is postponing Summer 2015 final exams that were originally scheduled for this week. A more detailed announcement about the resumption of finals and other planned activities/events will be made by Friday, Aug. 7, 2015.

The College is continuing its recovery and clean up efforts while assessing the damage from Typhoon Soudelor. College employees are asked to report to work to assist with the clean up and with securing the campus. Please exercise caution when driving to and moving about campus.Thank you.

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