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NCC Students Attend U.N. Conference

In early August, ESL Interim Director Hannah Moeckel-Rieke, Ph.D. accompanied eight NCC students to a conference at the United Nations (U.N.) in New York City on “Intergenerational Dialogue on Sustainable Development Goals.” The conference was part of an ongoing effort by the U.N. to update an agreement on sustainable development goals…

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UPass Bus Pass for NCC Students

All students registering for credit classes at NCC for 2017-18 will be charged a $20 transportation fee per semester.  This entitles them to  a UPass, a bus pass which provides discounted transportation with various bus services across the state.  Local transportation providers that accept UPass include Greater Bridgeport Transit (gbt)…

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Extended Studies, Workforce Education Registration Open; Open House Aug. 16

Registration is open for NCC’s Extended Studies and Workforce Education programs for this fall. Staff will also be holding an open house on Wednesday, August 16 to share information about courses, meet staff and answer questions. A wide array of non-credit career development and certificate courses (health care, public safety,…

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Congressman Jim Himes Visits Horizons Program

Congressman Jim Himes visited NCC on July 31 to tour the Horizons summer enrichment program and read a picture book to the children. Horizons National is a tuition-free, academic and enrichment program serving low-income, public school students on the campuses of independent schools, colleges, and universities across the country. NCC…

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Super Saturday Registration Blitz — August 5

A Super Saturday Registration Blitz is planned for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, August 5 in the NCC East Campus Atrium. Super Saturday is a one-day, one-stop advising and registration event held simultaneously at all 12 Connecticut Community Colleges. NCC President David L. Levinson, Ph.D., academic advisors, and staff…

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NCC Extends In-State Tuition to NY Residents

Norwalk Community College now offers New York residents the same low in-state tuition rate paid by Connecticut residents. The move is a new policy announced by the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system extending in-state tuition for residents of neighboring states, including New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Fall…

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