The annual Staff Appreciation Dinner had a far-out 60s theme as faculty and staff who have reached notable milestones in their careers were honored!
Amy R. Van Varick, assistant professor of business law/paralegal, was featured in the 2017 Pennsylvania Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession's 22nd Report Card.
Two alumni of NCC have been chosen for the honor of giving the student graduate commencement addresses at their alma maters Lehigh University and Moravian College.
Dr. Joseph J. Roy, superintendent of the sixth largest school district in Pennsylvania, the Bethlehem Area School District (BASD), will be the Northampton Community College (NCC) spring 2017 commencement speaker. The ceremony takes place on Thursday, May 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Arthur L. Spartan...
Northampton Community College has been awarded $200,000 as part of a Department of Labor & Industry Tech Grant, submitted by the Lehigh Valley Workforce Development Board on behalf of NCC.
There was plenty of fun to be had at Northampton Community College's End-of-the-Year Picnic at the Monroe Campus on May 4.
On April 27, Northampton Community College Monroe honored individuals who went above and beyond at a Student Leader Banquet.
To celebrate the Week of the Young Child, two Pennsylvania state representatives stopped by Northampton Community College's children's centers to read to young students.
In February 2016, NCC and ESU signed an agreement to accelerate the completion of Bachelor of Science in nursing degrees. This May, the first cohort of NCC students will graduate from ESU.
Six members of the Lehigh Valley community, including NCC President Dr. Mark Erickson, competed in the third annual "Dancing with the Lehigh Valley Stars" at the State Theatre on April 27.
It was a proud day for Northampton Community College. On April 27, NCC awarded its top academic honors to students who have excelled. Congrats to them all!
On April 27 the Honors Intercultural Communications class hosted a Syrian cultural appreciation event, a culmination of the class's inquiry into the Syrian-American community in Allentown.
Whether you enjoy eating them or throwing them at a favorite faculty or staff member, the Northampton Community College Psychology Club's "Eat a Pie, Throw a Pie" fundraising event was entertaining.
The Science Club hosted the second annual NCC Science Fair on April 27 at the Bethlehem Campus, featuring research projects in five STEM areas.
The libraries will be open for extended hours during the exam period. Bethlehem Campus: May 1 - 4 and May 8 - 11: open until 11 p.m.; Monroe Campus: May 8 - 11: open until 10 p.m.
NCC students celebrated their achievements in clubs, athletics and more at the annual Student Celebration on April 25 in the Student Life Zone.
The Climate Action Network Club wentto Washington D.C. to support the March for Science. Members of the Political Science Club spent two days touring the Gettysburg battlefield.
Whether you're already an NCC student or home from another college for the summer, there are great reasons to take a summer class (or two!) at NCC.
On April 20, honors program students gave outstanding presentations for the annual Honors Program Student Conference.
The 4th Annual Club Wars took place on Saturday, April 22. Three teams competed in a series of five events, testing the team's logic, teamwork and strategy skills. Points were added up and the Nursing Student Organization took home the trophy and the title of 2017 Club Wars Champions! Congratulat...
Six Serbian educators visited NCC, Kutztown University and East Stroudsburg University from April 8 -16, as delegates through the Open World Leadership program.
For the fourth year in a row, NCC has received national recognition as one of the top ten large community colleges for its effective deployment of technology by the Center for Digital Education.
Best-selling author and environmental activist Bill McKibben spoke at NCC on April 19.
Celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse will headline the 8th annual Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival, June 2-4, organizers announced at a press conference on April 19 at Emeril's Fish House at The Outlets at Sands Bethlehem
Northampton Community College will launch a five-production summer theatre season, beginning on June 15 with "John and Jen."
John Leiser, professor of biology, reflects on the upcoming visit to NCC by Bill McKibben, best-selling author and environmental activist.
The Hal Shaffer Executive-in-Residence at NCC's Monroe Campus, Donald Seiple, Jr., addressed a topic of great interest to many -- the future of healthcare April 6.
For the 27th year, students at NCC exhibited their drawings and won awards at the Patrick J. Kraus Freshman Drawing Competition on April 11.
Two NCC students took home ADDY awards this year from the Greater Lehigh Valley chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
Author, poet, essayist, and Moravian College professor Joyce Hinnefeld at a reading from her novel "In Hovering Flight" at Northampton Community College on April 10. The recording she played captured the delicate, melodious warbling of a wood thrush.
Although he passed away in 2007, NCC professor and poet Len Roberts lives on in his poems and the memories of students and professors, who celebrated him on April 6.
Carol Guzy '77 is the only person to win four Pulitzer Prizes for journalism. She was interviewed on "CBS This Morning" about her work.
Edward Donley, retired CEO of Air Products and friend and supporter of Northampton Community College, died on April 1, 2017.
The annual "Mocktails" event gave NCC Monroe students the opportunity to learn how to make a good impression when mingling and dining with prospective employers or clients on April 4.
Four students at NCC have been named to the All-PA Academic Team by Phi Theta Kappa, the international academic honor society for students at two-year colleges.
Piscataway Indian Nation Dancers and Singers shared their thousands of years of heritage with the NCC community on April 4.
Disaster! Or was it? On March 28, NCC nursing and theatre students took part in a mock mass casualty drill.
William H. Spence, chairman, president and CEO of PPL, addressed the topic "The Energy Sector and Cyber Security: Protecting the Power Grid" March 30 as NCC's Hal Shaffer Executive-in-Residence.
The New Choices program at NCC helps men and women who are changing careers, returning to the workforce, or going back to school find answers to this question.
Train for a career in adventure starting this fall at NCC! We're the first community college in the state to offer a hospitality degree in adventure tourism.
Twelve graduates of NCC's culinary program returned on March 27 for the spring 2017 Robert C. Wood Chef-in-Residence cooking demonstration and reception.
Best-selling author and environmental activist Bill McKibben will present "Reflections on the Climate Fight" on Wednesday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Spartan Center at the Bethlehem Campus. The event will be live-streamed to the Monroe Campus to Keystone Hall, Room 202.
These students visited the Smithsonian's Museum of African -American History.
These students from NCC spent spring break on a service learning trip to Puerto Rico.
The Commuter editor-in-chief and layout editor have won 2017 Student Keystone Press awards.
Northampton Community College's chapters of Phi Theta Kappa received several recognition awards at the Phi Theta Kappa Middle States Regional Convention.
In just 12-weeks, you can be earning $54,000 per year (data source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) as a lineworker. You don't have to scale tall buildings in a single bound, but you do need to climb tall poles, hoist heavy cross bars, and use hand tools that look like they belong to Paul Bunya...
The grant will be used to send students, faculty and staff to Columbia to study sustainable food production methods in use there, and to share models that are being used in NCC's East 40 Community Garden.
Join fellow students, staff and faculty for a day of giving back to the community on Wednesday, April 5.
Ninety-eight students at Northampton Community College (NCC) were recently inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the international academic honor society for students at two-year colleges.
Beta Beta Chi has been named a REACH chapter, a reward that recognizes chapters that excel in membership development.
Troy Tucker, athletic director at NCC, has been named one of four junior/community college recipients of the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year Award by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA).