What Makes Us #NCCproud
Register Now for Winter and Spring
Registration began November 1 for NCC’s Winter Session and Spring semester. Winter Session will be held this year from December 26 through January 12. The Spring 2018 semester begins January 17. View the Schedule of Classes.
Now is the time to make an appointment to meet with your program advisor and discuss your major, select classes, and stay on track to graduate. Find your Advisor.
A Special Message from the NCC President
In light of the Attorney General Sessions’ announcement regarding the future of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), I wish to reaffirm Norwalk Community College’s relentless support for our undocumented students. Existing resources for our DACA students can be found here.
Students seeking additional information and/or assistance accessing community resources can visit the NCC Counseling Department or can contact Wendy Mendes or Andrea Arnold. Please know that we will do everything in our power to protect our students.
David L. Levinson, Ph.D.
President, Norwalk Community College
A Truly Welcoming Community
Norwalk Community College recognizes, appreciates, and values diversity. Students come from all over the world to attend NCC, and the college has become a mecca in Fairfield County for learning and respectful discussion that cuts across social and cultural divides. Our students hail from 87 foreign countries and speak 54 languages. The student body is multicultural and diverse in terms of age, gender, religious beliefs, aspirations and background. NCC is enriched by a wide range of cultural, geographic, socioeconomic, racial and social perspectives.
Scholarships with the Norwalk Community College Foundation
The NCC Foundation’s vision is to expand access to affordable, quality higher education, support the development of a productive workforce, and contribute to the knowledge and well-being of our community.