The Office of Information Technology consists of Learning Technology, Media Services, and Information Services. The Information Technology unit is committed to providing students, instructors, and staff with the support, training, and tools necessary for using the latest technologies in support of learning at Northern Marianas College.
Services and Softwares
G Suite for Education
Free easy-to-use tools that provide a flexible and secure foundation for learning, collaboration, and communication.Login Here
NMC Online (Moodle)
E-learning platform that provides access to course materials and tools for communication, collaboration, and more.Login Here
Zoom Client for Meetings
NMC uses Zoom Meetings for online meetings, classes and hosting virtual events for the college and the community.Learn More
Proa Portal (Self-Service)
Proa Portal is NMC's student online portal, where students can register for classes, view class schedules, grades, financial balances, and others.Login Here
Starfish Solutions is a retention solution program that helps to create an online student success environment, facilitating programs such as counseling and advising, tutoring, mentoring, and others–with the aim of improving student success and retention.Login Here
myProa Mobile App
The official mobile app of the Northern Marianas College.
Student Computer Resource Area - On-Campus
We continue to prioritize the health and safety of our NMC students and employees. Because of this, access is limited to students currently enrolled for the semester.
Students are able to “Walk-in” and utilize the Student Computer Resource Areas (IT Open Lab) during business hours indicated below. If you need to attend an online or virtual class, please book a time slot in advance that is close to your actual class time. This will notify staff members to make sure that you have a workstation and your access ready.
This will also allow us to safely provide computer/internet resources following the CNMI Covid19 Task Force's Building Occupancy restrictions currently in place.
What is the Student Computer Resource Area?
The Student Computer Resource Area, also known as the “Open Lab”, is a place where students can use a computer workstation to do school assignments, do research online, attend virtual classes, etc. Students are also able to print assignments and materials that they need. Students are allowed to print a maximum of up to 20 pages a day during the semester. Students can also request assistance with issues regarding their email accounts, Proa Portal access, google applications, and network/domain access.
Student Computer Resource Area Hours:
Open: Mondays through Friday as follows:
To attend Virtual Classes:
8:30am – 5:00pm.**
Time-slots bookings are required for students who want to use the resource area to attend a virtual class on campus. Please book may vary due to available workstations. You will be assigned to a different room so that there are no disruptions or distractions during your virtual class.
Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays or when computer rooms have been reserved for Official College Use.
**Time and Availability may change as needed.
Where can I book a time slot appointment to attend a “virtual class” on campus?
To book a time-slot appointment, please visit:
You must book a time-slot appointment at least 1 day in advance to reserve your slot. This will allow making sure that a space is reserved for your class time.
Access to your NMC student email account is needed to make an appointment. Once you have booked your appointment time slot, an email containing confirmations/cancellations, additional details, and check-in guidelines will be automatically sent to your student email account only. Reminder, if you think you need more than the allotted time slot, book for the next time slot to see if it is available.
Please check-in/out for your appointment slot at the IT Learning Technology/CRC Resource Room located on the 1st floor, Building V, Room V109. The entrance is located on the east side of Building V (below the stairs).
What do I need to bring with me?
Please bring the following items with you:
- A valid NMC Student ID or a government-issued ID;
- A smart-phone to scan and access the electronic log-in/self-check form;
- A BIG SMILE TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY AND YOUR COLLEGUES?
How long can I book an appointment?
Each booking time-slot is 1 hour and 30 minutes long. Please book a time closes to your class-time, if you are attending a virtual class, or need. You may book multiple time-slots.
- Bring with you a valid government or NMC issued photo ID card for confirmation of identity;
- Complete the electronic log-in and Covid19 self-check form at check-in.
- Sanitize your hands and use disposable gloves provided;
- Wear a mask and disposable gloves while in the computer lab at all times;
- You will be assigned to an available computer classroom at check-in;
- If possible, bring your own headsets with mic for sanitary reasons.
Please plan your appointment time slots as close to your class-time or your extended need. For additional assistance, please email the IT Learning Technology:
Recommended Computer Specifications
Updated: October 6, 2022
Approved by: NMC Information Technology Department
Note for PC Users: Windows 11 Professional 64bit-English with the latest build is recommended. If you do not use any specialized administrative software. If an earlier Windows System is required, consult with NMC OIT on installation. Any Form Factor (Tower, Small Form Factor, All-in-One, or Tiny) that conforms to your workspace environment requirements is acceptable. UPS Power Protection is strongly recommended to add your requisitions. Lastly, a standard 1 to 3-year onsite warranty is acceptable to reduce overall costs.
Interim Director / Network Systems Administrator
Daisie Mae Camacho-Renguul
Network Specialist III, Learning Technology
James Deleon Guerrero
Network Specialist II
Michael Joseph Manglona
Network Specialist I
Network Specialist I
Database Administrator I
Administrative Assistant III