NCCC - The Smart Place to Start
Choose from more than 70 high-quality degree and certificate programs. Get the individual attention you deserve. Succeed beyond your expectations. And all for less than what you’d pay at a four-year school.
Whether you’re finishing high school, looking for a career change, or growing your business, NCCC is the smart place to start.
Courtyards & Exterior Walkways
Operations will begin the process of closing the courtyards and exterior walkways for the season on Monday, November 3rd.
Upper deck walkway B-C 2nd Floor will remain open.
Alexis Willard, Class of 2010:
"NCCC is just the beginning. I eventually want to get my doctorate in psychology so coming here will help me save money for the next eight years of school."
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Please join us for a campus visit. Tours are offered Monday through Friday, with the exception of national and institutional holidays. The tour program includes an introductory session that will provide information about admission, athletics, housing, scholarships, financial aid and campus life. In addition a walking tour of the campus and student housing complex is also provided. Please click on the Campus Tour Program button below to schedule your tour. We look forward to seeing you!
Please review the Admissions Checklist before applying to ensure you have the necessary information for Admissions.
To be accepted, view the submission guidelines.
To be accepted, you must:
- Submit your high school transcript, GED or proof of completion of an accredited Associates degree program.
- Demonstrate completion of any prerequisites required by your program of choice
- Send in all official college transcripts from any institution previously attended
- Show completion of College placement Assessments or exemption from testing
You can enroll for the fall or spring semester, depending on program availability.
Applicants must have graduated from an accredited high school or must present verification of a high school equivalency diploma. Applicants without a high school diploma or its equivalent should meet with an admissions advisor to discuss their options.
For further information about applying and the Admissions Office, please click the view more button.