The 2018 GLVADA Auto Show preview reveals 32 different manufacturers to be featured at the upcoming show.
The 9th Annual Lehigh Valley's Food and Wine Festival planning is underway.
The Spring NCC Leadership Class had the opportunity to attend a leadership conference at Kutztown University.
If you are like a many NCC students, getting scholarship aid can make the difference between continuing to work toward your degree or postponing your college plans. While NCC offers many college-sponsored scholarships for students based on academic achievement, talent, program, major and financial nee...
The Fab Lab held an Open House for community members to checkout what it has to offer
Guest Author, Denis Lewis Patrick, came to NCC's Bethlehem Campus to discuss her writing process.
Both generations, father and son, chose NCC for their ambitious journeys.
Dr. Reverend Calvin O. Butts, III came to NCC to speak on the topic of social change
50 student athletes were honored at a breakfast for achieving a 3.25, or higher, GPA in the Fall 2017 semester
Students who attended this year's Spartanfest and Clubfest had a blast and learned much about ways to get involved on and off campus.
Salvatore J. Panto, Jr., mayor of Easton, spoke at the NCC winter 2018 commencement speaker on 1/27.
Kate Curry and Jeff Boerner collaborated to bring some creative learning tools to the students of Monroe
Congratulations to all of the students who made the Dean's List for Fall of 2017!
If the weather outside is frightful, how do you know if classes are cancelled? Read on to learn the answer to this and other questions that may be on your mind.
Start the semester with these tips on how to balance life in and out of the classroom
A $500,000 RACP grant will enable students to safely walk from the proposed Polk Street parking garage to NCC's Fowler Family Southside Center.
Watch the video for a special holiday greeting from NCC students, faculty and staff
The Holiday Bazaar allows students to shop for gifts to spread cheer each year
Students were invited to combat stress with fun and relaxing activities on Monroe and Bethlehem campuses.
Every year NCC students, faculty and staff gather in the Quad on Bethlehem campus to celebrate diverse holiday traditions
Thanks to a project by NCC's HOPE pantry, 35 NCC studentsand their families got to enjoy a full Thanksgiving meal they might otherwise have missed.
D'Versapalooza had Monroe clubs coming together over culture
Professor Dan Ebner's History of Furniture Class had a special assignment this semester that gave them a true hands-on experience