Top ten ways to get involved on campus
Enjoy the night life.
Let loose at one of the campus dances, enjoy the great performances of the NCC Theatre and Dance Department, or attend rock, jazz, classical and Latin music concerts.
All from the comfort of your home campus. NCC’s annual Multicultural Fair shows off the incredibly rich diversity of the campus community. These people know how to entertain, enlighten, engage, and eat. Try it—you’ll like it!
From blood drives to the American Heart Walk, you’ll have plenty of chances to help those in need while helping yourself to a little extra happiness.
If it’s in our Firehouse Plaza Art Gallery, it’s either the work of renowned guest artists or our talented faculty and students. Come to an exhibit’s opening event and you might even have the chance to meet and mingle with the artist.
Go from good to great with one of our free workshops on health, finances, academics, careers, and more.
What’s more relaxing and fun than good food and great conversation? That’s what you’ll find at our Top Flight Food Court and cafes.
Participate one of NCC’s intramural sports teams or join one of our more than 20 fiercely competitive NCC Lion teams—some of them national champions. Or come to a game and show your school spirit.
If a great job is what you’re ultimately after, a great resume and interviewing skills, along with your NCC degree, will make you stand out. Our career programs can help you find your direction. Then our job placement program can help you get the job you love.
CNN’s Soledad O’Brien. Sapphire, author of the book on which the movie Precious was based. Former First Lady and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Legendary feminist Gloria Steinem. These are just a few of the riveting speakers who have come to campus as part of NCC’s mentoring and cultural programs.
Try out a club.
We hope you like variety. Choose from more than 110 academic, cultural, religious, political, and athletic clubs and participate in as many club activities as you want. Still can’t find what you’re looking for? You can start your own club, too.