NCMC Savannah Campus Phase II Renamed

Phase II of the North Central Missouri College Savannah Campus has been named. After a pledge to the Transforming Lives, Empowering People campaign, Phase II will be named the Harry F. Duncan for Nursing & Allied Health Education. The pledge will be directed for both capital support of phase II of the campus and for endowed and non-endowed scholarships for Nursing and Allied Health students graduating from the Savannah School District.

The Duncan Center opened in August as the result of NCMC merging three satellite campuses in the northwest part of its 17-county service region. The merger to a new location included NCMC’s purchase of a property with renovation of an existing facility and construction of an adjoining building for programs currently offered and the ability to offer additional career technical education in a part of the region where economic indicators for employment demands are high.

Savannah native Harry F. Duncan is the founder of the Little Tavern hamburger shops. He was 92 years old when he died in 1992. He is remembered for his love of family, horses, and the community of Savannah.