Five students completed machining training to fill high demand job openings in the Lehigh Valley.
Japanese dancers performed and taught the official Tokyo 2020 Olympic dance routine at NCC.
Two NCC alumni and one current staff member made it on Lehigh Valley Business’ annual “Forty Under 40” Greater Lehigh Valley’s Top Young Professionals list.
NCC was one of five community colleges nationwide recognized by the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship as an institution demonstrating entrepreneurial excell...
Chef Keith Taylor of Chefsoul Culinary Productions, Inc. and Zachary’s BBQ wows as NCC’s Chef-in-Residence.
To celebrate the Week of the Young Child, Reibman Hall Children' Center and the Hannig Family Children's Center invited some VIPs to read to the students.
Student Jay Davis was named to the NJCAA Men’s Basketball Division III All-American team, the first in NCC men’s basketball history.
On April 9, five art students were awarded the Kraus Scholarship.
Five Northampton students were named to the All-PA Academic Team and won full-tuition scholarships to PASSHE universities to continue their education.
Students learned from alumni and business professionals while having the chance to network at the Second Annual Spartan Summit on Bethlehem Campus.
Five students will present their scholarly papers at a philosophy conference this April.
Nationally renowned poet Joaquín Zihuatanejo performed at the Len Roberts Poetry Day at NCC on April 4.
In an effort to fight against societal issues, Enough Is Enough Week was held on Monroe and Bethlehem campuses from April 1 -5.
Nine students competed in the CIE’s first business pitch competition on April 3.
Hospitality students hear tricks of the trade from alumni and area professionals in their field.
The Spring 2019 release party for The Laconic honors winners, contributors and staff of NCC's literary and arts magazine.
“You never get cured of autism, but you can learn more and more things,” says Dr. Temple Grandin, world-renowned animal scientist, educator and author with autism.
Kavindu “Kavi” Ade, an activist, arts educator, and nationally recognized poet of Afro and indigenous Caribbean descent, brought their “Gender Genie” tour to NCC o...
Northampton Community College (NCC) celebrated Women’s History Month on March 28 with a talk about a resilient woman. Retired NCC faculty member Barbara Love shared the story ...
Students excelled at the Ethics Bowl at DeSales University on March 27.
Twelve NCC nursing students provided hands-on care for patients at Western Regional Hospital in Belize.
Campus Vote Project and NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education designated NCC as "Voter Friendly."
During a Hack-A-Thon on Bethlehem Campus, students compete to get to the file first.
NCC’s PTK students won many awards at the Middle States Regional Awards Ceremony in March.
The film “Temple Grandin” was shown to a full-house on March 20 at the Banko Alehouse Cinema in Bethlehem, as part of NCC’s 2018-19 humanities series Humanity&rsqu...
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Evan Transue, a speaker for the organization, Minding Your Mind, shared his struggles with mental health issue at NCC on 3/19.
Only one New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar is selected from each state.