Share a Memory
Calling all alumni. As we celebrate NCC's 50th anniversary, share a fond memory, funny anecdote or treasured photo from your days at NCC. Submit your contributions below. If you're willing to lend the Alumni Association your old baseball uniform, graduation tassel, nursing cap or other memorabilia for a display that will show what is was like to be a student when you were here, email Karen Glose, Director of Alumni Engagement at email@example.com to arrange for pick-up or drop-off. That typewriter, stack of punched cards, record album, boom box or transistor radio could amaze today's students!
"My memories? Well, once I got a really spectacular parking space. That was a day to remember. But one of my best memories was shortly after graduating, when I was asked to teach computer graphics at NCC. I was honored and humbled to be considered, and extremely happy to help the college."
Robert T. Stevens, III
B. Braun Medical Inc.
"I have a lot of great memories from NCC, but the one I cherish the most is the day I met my future wife. I was assisting our professor Bruce Wall, and she was a student in his 3D design course. Bruce is officiating our wedding this spring. He instilled a confidence in me that has carried me through your my journey. And he's going to be the officiant at my wedding."
"While in Traci Anfuso-Young's Digital Design and Typography class, several classmates and I created the Wear NCC Proud ad campaign for the magazine. It was a great experience and so much fun working with like minded students. We ended up winning an Addy award for it in 2013! "
Graphics & Marketing Coordinator
Insulation Corporation of America