Norwalk Community College (NCC) offers more than 50 Associate Degree programs designed to help you succeed in today’s job market. You can use your associate degree as a career credential or continue on for a four-year degree. In fact, many of our graduates do transfer to four-year colleges in their junior year, greatly reducing the overall cost of their college education.
NCC also offers 20 Certificate programs, each designed to help you obtain specific skills, earn an important academic credential, or pursue an interest in greater depth. View our Step by Step Guide here.
Overview of the Application + Registration Process
Applying and registering for classes differs slightly based on your current status. Please click on the tab that best matches what type of student you are to view detailed instructions specific to you.
If you are looking for courses to increase your knowledge and enhance your marketable skills, Continuing Education and Workforce Development courses may meet your needs.
Former students please come to the Records Office with a valid photo ID so we can reset your password for online access to your student account.
For more information on Continuing Education and Workforce Development Courses click here.