NCC students, faculty and staff on Bethlehem's Campus participated in the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) Peaceful Silent Sit-in
The Hispanic flag was raised to kick of the start of Hispanic Heritage Month
Vasiliki Anastasakos, professor of political science, and her Women in Politics class at Constitution Day
A student from the welding technology program at NCC helped to design the plaque that industry and manufacturing faculty presented to Just Born at their Bethlehem facility
International exchange students enrolled in programs of study at NCC are here on U.S. Dept of State sponsored grants and are here for 10 months to learn about US culture and contribute to our community while here
Two professors and four architecture students from the National Institute of Technology, Akashi College, Japan, visited NCC as part of a month-long exchange program in Pennsylvania.
Thirty-four practical nursing program graduates from Bethlehem and Monroe were pinned at a ceremony held September 7th.
On Bethlehem's campus, a panel of faculty members discussed what to do with symbols and statues that may be looked as offensive in today's society
Kristen Cervenak was selected to participate in the third year of the "Writing Wrongs" program in Reading, PA.
Dr. Precie A. Schroyer has been promoted from associate professor of English to Associate Dean of Northampton Community College's (NCC) Monroe Campus.
NCC is a Top College for Adult Students Coming Back to College to Continue Their Studies
The Hospitality major appealed to Rachel because she enjoys interacting with and providing service to new people everyday
Monroe's Welcome Back Party had students celebrating the new school year on the beautiful Monroe Campus.
Lisa Glover called NCC her home and dedicated her time here to studies and projects that broadened her knowledge of biotechnology
Kylie wants to bring her lessons learned at NCC to a career dedicated to making connections across the world
Quadfest was tons of fun this year with activities, dancing, food and more for students to enjoy and celebrate the start of the new year!
Rob Hays has a passion for teaching students how to use words to reach their audience in a meaningful way
Hospitality Alumni, Robert van Thiel, puts his degree to good use as the Beverage Director at a local restaurant
Journalism student, Kristen Cervenak, believes in connecting with people and wants her writing to do just that
Sasha Abdalla wants to apply those lessons learned through NCC's global studies major to working with refugees
NCC hospitality major is the first major of its kind at a PA community college to see accreditation from the ACPHA
With decades of law enforcement experience behind her, Vertel Martin is a knowledgeable and engaging criminal justice professor
1. Learn Your Syllabi
Spend some extra time reading your syllabi carefully and you'll reap the benefits all semester long.
2. Plan Your Semester
Take some time to organize your most important tool - your time!
The fall semester begins on August 21. Welcome new and returning NCC students. Have a successful semester!
Nate Jastrzemski wanted to do the best work possible on the job as an editor and NCC helped him fulfill that goal
With the help of NCC, Michael Rex hopes to become a teacher his students can look up to as a mentor
Dr. Vasiliki Anastasakos teaches global studies to students with the goal of open communication and understanding across cultures beyond their own
NCC plays a role in Matt Finley's success as a scientist for a company specializing in molecular diagnostics and life sciences
Hospitality Professor, Rebecca Heid, feels rewarded when her students get the opportunties they deserve after graduating her program
Amber Hess has big plans ahead upon graduation from the Criminal Justice program at NCC
Northampton Community College partners with the Nonprofit Center at La Salle University in leading nine students to successfully earn their certificate in nonprofit management
NCC welcomes Lauren Loeffler, vice president of workforce development in Community Education and dean of Fowler Southside Center; Andre Richburg, executive director of enrollment management; and Eric Rosenthal dean of student success in the Student Affairs Office.
NCC has been awarded $200,000 as part of a grant from the BB&T Economic Growth Fund at the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation. The grant will be used towards the NCC Fowler Family Southside Center's new Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
NCC baseball catcher Angel Lopez was drafted by the MLB and will start his professional career with the Cleveland Indians.
Tracy K. Smith, the nation's newest poet laureate, read from and discussed her work in March 2016 as part of the College's Len Roberts Poetry Day.
Daniel Stevens, an environmental science and biological science major, has been awarded the annual Bethlehem Garden Club scholarship.
NCC students who completed the START hospitality workforce training certificate program celebrated at completion ceremonies on May 31 and June 8.
Tobor the Robotic Dinosaur, created in Northampton Community College's Fab Lab at the Fowler Center, recently returned from an exciting and award-winning trip to the 2017 World Maker Fair in San Francisco!
The 8th Annual Lehigh Valley Food and Wine Festival opened with a demo by Chef Emeril Lagasse!
A recent entry in the Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, written by NCC Dean Robert F. Smith, details the deep connections between the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia.
Northampton Community College's baseball team returned from their first-ever NJCAA Division III World Series.
Congratulations to all our students who were named to the Spring 2017 Dean's List!
They dreamed it, believed it, and achieved it! 786 students, ranging in age from 18-69, including twenty who had achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA, were awarded associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates at NCC's Spring Commencement Ceremony.
After a season-ending loss, NCC's baseball team learned that they had been selected for the at-large berth in the 2017 NJCAA Division III World Series!
NCC's East 40 Community Garden recently received designation as a Monarch Butterfly Waystation from monarchwatch.org, a nationwide effort by the University of Kansas to mitigate a drastic decline in the species.
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.
NCC security and maintenance crews were given live fire safety training on May 16. Check out the WFMZ news report!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Piscataway Indian Nation Dancers and Singers shared their thousands of years of heritage with the NCC community on April 4.
Northampton Community College's chapters of Phi Theta Kappa received several recognition awards at the Phi Theta Kappa Middle States Regional Convention.
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).