Student Life

Student Engagement and Recreation

Campus activities are coordinated with The Ohio State University at Mansfield to serve all students from both institutions.

  • photo of a sample student id card

    Student ID cards are provided free to all NC State students and must be accompanied by a current validation sticker. The photo ID cards are produced at NC State College’s Cashier’s office in Kee Hall, any time during normal working hours.

    Your New NC State ID…

    • Must be presented at a variety of locations throughout the campus in order to receive services and for campus security. The Campus Recreation Center, various health science labs, the various computer labs, the campus library, and the campus bookstore are a few of the more prominent locations where you will be required to present a valid student ID.
    • Is required to print documents in campus computer labs using Pay to Print.

    Lost or Stolen Card
    Call the number below to report problems if your NC State ID card is lost or stolen.

    Phone: 419-755-4722

  • Your NCSC ID Card can be used to get many local goods and services at a discounted price. To learn more, view the NCSC ID discounts list. (PDF), opens in a new window

    • Bus service for NC State/OSU-M students to and from main campus and Kehoe in Shelby
    • Must have current/valid student ID card with paid fees sticker to ride free
    • For more information call RCT at 419-522-4504 or stop by the Welcome Desk in Kee Hall for a bus schedule

    For special arrangements and/or extenuating circumstances, contact Sandy Hoffman by visiting 156 Fallerius or calling 419-755-4816.

  • This is a FREE service to currently enrolled North Central State students that provides evaluation, brief counseling, and referral services for a wide range of problems and/or concerns. Such concerns may relate to: college adjustment, emotional health, relationships, parenting, sexual identity, test anxiety, finances, or legal concerns.

    The Student Assistance Program (SAP) services are confidential and provided by New Directions, a Mansfield, Ohio counseling agency.


    Persons making use of these services must be students currently enrolled in North Central State College credit classes.


    SAP services are provided free of charge to currently enrolled students. Some limitations may apply to certain services or number of sessions for services.


    For more information, see a Student Success Coach/Advisor in the Student Success Center, or call New Directions at 419-529-9941. You may also visit their website, opens in a new window

  • Information about student health insurance is available at the Welcome Desk in the Byron Kee Center for Student Success. This insurance is not provided by or endorsed by the College.

    • Low cost insurance is offered to students with additional coverage for dependents available upon request
    • Brochures available at the Welcome desk in Kee Hall or go to
    • Insurance is provided by Anthem at 1-888-830-3520 Trevor Corley, Independent Producer