Adrian Yaguez wins a regional coach of the year award in his 10th season as NCC's head baseball coach.
Scott J. Blair became NCC's Chief Diversity Officer just in time for the fall 2018 semester start.
With a growing industry demand on high quality service and production of beer, wine and spirits, a new course offered as a part of either/or an associate's degree and specialized diploma will give students valuable training in their field.
Food truck courses at NCC help students build a foundation for opening their own food truck.
NCC joins forces with Pocono Mountains Hunger Coalition to help children reach their nutrition potential.
Workplaces that employ safety training reduce injury and illness costs by 20 to 40 percent.
In its latest effort to promote student success, Northampton Community College has launched its new Student Success GPS website and program.
Students have been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at Northampton Community College.
NCC baseball earned a spot in the 2018 NJCAA Division III World Series, and they fought hard to stay alive earning a victory over top seeded team.
781 students, ranging in age from 19-71, including 34 who had achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA, were awarded their associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates at the Spring 2018 Commencement Ceremony.
The Spartans are going to the World Series!
The tropics were imported into the Spartan Center for the annual Staff Appreciation Dinner held on May 17!
Two NCC welding program faculty members received awards at AWS District Conference.
The College's ambitious ten-year goal of reducing energy consumption by 20% has been reached; but NCC is not stopping here!
Art students, donning their colorful Big Heads, paraded around the campus before heading into the Lipkin Theatre to present their Big Ideas!
Ryan Bohn, NCC welding instructor and lab assistant, and students helped to re-build a 1948 marquee for the Mahoning Drive-in.
Students in Professor Samuel Chen's class raised money for kids at the Cleveland Clinic to get the chance of a lifetime.
Fine Art students spoke about what it means to be an artist and shared their creations at an Artist Talk on May 3.
Students in a variety of programs at NCC were plastered across a Lanta bus that will be driving around the county.
The documentary film A Mile in Our Shoes had its premiere at NCC on April 28.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for NCC's newest location, the Easton Educational Center, on May 2.
NCC Hospitality Program works with Al-Balqa Applied University (BAU) in Jordan on projects to grow the industry in their country.
NCC distinguished at the 2018 Phi Theta Kappa Catalyst Convention.