Congrats to graduates of NCC's registered nursing program. They achieved the highest pass rate among all of the associate degree nursing programs in the state for 2016-2017.
Six speech communication students participated in NCC's Speech Contest Finals at the Bethlehem Campus.
It was an event designed to revel in similarities - good music, delicious food, lively dancing and pride in heritage -- not differences, when students from Northampton NCC gathered for an International Student Celebration on November 14.
Sean Kernan, mechanical design engineer and instructor at the Fab Lab, built a working violin using the state-of-the-art equipment in NCC's Fab Lab.
Dan Lasko '09 was sworn into the Marines a few hours before the attacks of 9/11 and suffered the loss of his leg just one month after he was deployed to Afghanistan. Today, he is an advocate for other injured vets, has been featured on the Discovery Channel and appeared in Pedigree Dog Food's "F...
Jayson Diaz, first-year student at NCC, joined the effort to help Puerto Ricans pick up the pieces after such a devastating disaster
A grant from the United States Department of Transportation has enabled NCC to offer free commercial truck driver training to current and former members of the military and their spouses and children.
On October 30, PPL made a generous donation to NCC's lineworkers program: a bucket truck that helps lift workers up to access hard to reach places.
Exciting news for NCC and Easton! In 2018, NCC will open an Easton Education Outreach Center on South 3rd Street.
Mother and NCC student, Yahaira Davis, feels that transitional housing has helped change her life
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"Hair" debuted on Broadway the same year as the college opened in 1967
Completion Week was a success for students pledging to complete their journey at NCC
The Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program awarded Katelyn Schoelles with a $1,000 scholarship
NCC held its all-day annual Peace and Justice Conference on October 19. Rinku Sen, senior strategist of Race Forward, gave the Cohen Lecture, which also served as the keynote address.
Two women brought together by a course at NCC decide to share their similar stories surrounding addiction
NCC faculty and staff talk about their experiences as Hispanic Americans as they relate to NCC.
Student Senators officers and members are announced
Just in time for Halloween, people of all ages take a class to create Zombie Masks in NCC's FabLab.
Speakers discussed how the nursing profession has developed over the years and what the future holds for nurses
Students are partnering with a non-profit in Texas to aid in clean-up, distributing supplies and rebuilding in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Dr. Javier Ávila, author, poet, and professor of English at NCC, will present his acclaimed one man show, The Trouble with My Name, on November 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center. Admission is free, but monetary donations and supplies to help rebuild Puerto ...
Dr. Stephen Phillips from the Penn Museum gave a talk about mummies, murder and methods anthropologists developed to evaluate human skeletal remains on October 2.
This year's Spartan Sprint 5K Run/Walk proved to be a successful one with more participants than years prior and money collected for the Spartan Aid Fund.