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Atmosphere for Success

Live Where You Can Focus On Education

You are investing time, money and a lot of energy into doing college right. The Residence Halls at Northampton have been designed to help you focus and succeed at NCC.

  • Study lounges
  • No loud Music after 10:00 pm
  • Close to campus
  • In-house dining

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Surround Yourself with Other Students

Do you know how much easier it is to study when everyone around you is already studying? Way easier! Everybody in the Residence Halls is at NCC for the same reasons you are. Surround yourself with people who will motivate you - not distract you.

Get Staff and Upperclassmen Advice

Each floor of the Residence Halls has assigned Mentors and Resident Assistants to make sure your first days at school are exciting instead of terrifying. You are going to do hard things. But, because you live in the Residence Halls, you will have people ready to help you.

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Be Safe

Moving away from home isn't easy, but at the Residence Halls at Northampton it is safe. Surveillance cameras monitor interior public areas and the external parking lots. A security access card is required to gain entrance to the lobby and residence hall wings. And, security officers help to monitor the residence hall complex.

Eliminate Distractions

When you have spent the last two weeks preparing the perfect presentation, you really don't want anybody listening to music until 5:00 am. The Residence Halls at Northampton have simple rules to help everyone focus on getting things done.

How has living on campus helped you?

Noel Subervi

Noel Subervi

"I've learned to manage my time a lot better. It's something that you just become aware of. Living on campus sort of forces you to adapt to a schedule or a routine and stick with it."