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The exhibition “Collecting, Indexing and Reshaping” is a six-person group show curated by and featuring the work of NCC Professor Joe Fucigna. NCC is well represented, as the exhibit also includes work by Chris Durante, NCC Adjunct Art Instructor, and Beau Bardos and Francisco Mandujano, both former NCC art students. The exhibition essay was written … Continue reading “Norwalk Art Exhibit Features Work of NCC Professors and Students”

On Monday, February 28th, Norwalk Transit District (NTD) CEO, Kimberlee Morton, attended NCC’s Town Hall meeting where she presented her proposed plan for the NCC shuttle. The proposal was created after an outpouring of support for the NCC Shuttle began last semester when it was first announced the shuttle would be eliminated. After the original … Continue reading “Norwalk Transit District Presents New Proposal to Replace NCC Shuttle”

Congratulations NCC! The Tree Campus Higher Education program, sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation, has recognized NCC for the third year in a row! The program honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation. NCC is currently the only community college in … Continue reading “NCC Earns Tree Campus Higher Education Status for Third Year”

You are invited to the 2022 Career Expo! WHEN: Tuesday, March 1, from 2:00pm to 4:30pm WHERE: West Campus- CIT Atrium (quiet area in front of the building) & West Cafeteria WHY: Regardless of where you are in your job search, meeting employers is one of the best ways to learn and develop new and … Continue reading “2023 Career Expo”

Musings, NCC’s student literary magazine, is looking for submissions to this year’s literary magazine. We’re looking for poetry, fiction, plays, essays, photographs, paintings, song lyrics, pics of your sculptures! The deadline is February 28. Please send your best work to Questions? You can contact us there as well. Thanks and we look forward to … Continue reading ““Musings” Literary Magazine: Call for Submissions”

For Tuesday, 2/22/2022 Due to critical and unexpected facilities repairs and lack of running water, we are unable to keep the WEST Campus open the remainder of the day.  All WEST Campus classes are cancelled effective 2:00pm and all staff located on West Campus are asked to work remotely for the remainder of their day.  … Continue reading “West Campus Building Closure”

Life can be overwhelming, bet we’re here to help! The following mental health events are free to all students. Contact Allison Sanko at or Wendy Mendes at  with any questions. Learn more about Counseling Services at __________ Opioid 101 The program offers free, friendly Webex sessions with a counselor from the Counseling … Continue reading “Mental Health Counseling Programs”